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Sydney Colts - 2015

Discussion in 'Club Rugby' started by Hugh Jarse, Aug 17, 2014.

  1. couldabeen Alfred Walker (16)

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    What about the Rats? They took it to Southern! And Penrith over Eastwood. It is a really good competition this year across all the grades.
  2. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    I suspect the hand of Augustine of Hippo behind the "resurgence" of the Rats yesterday. Whether they can retain that form when ISA Div 1 games resumes remains to be seen.

    Either that or the surf must have been really crap yesterday - Forecast was: "Weak conditions for the weekend and into Monday morning with some possible SSW/S swell for later Monday."
  3. I like to watch Simon Poidevin (60)

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    How many players do you think Auggies have?
    they were credited with the Rats win in 3's on Thursday.
    And now in 1's yesterday.
    Both without their better players who are involved with the Schoolboys tournament this week.
    Don't dismiss the efforts of those Rats who have toughed out a long season.
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  4. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Must have been the crap surf then, or the Hobbits getting lost as they ventured beyond borders of The Shire, or perhaps they may have been detained at Immigration Control at Tarren Point or Narrabeen Bridge. :)

    One wonders how they would have gone in some of the other games if they had retained the services of Jack Hayson after round 4.
    Let's hope the McRaes, Nettletons and others stay local next year.
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  5. couldabeen Alfred Walker (16)

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    Whatever the case, it is very pleasing to seem at this point of the season with a really good win against a strong club. It is a great competition.
  6. Blackers13 Syd Malcolm (24)

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    I didn't see the game, but by all reports the Two Blues really took it to Randwick and led at half time. Final score was a very respectable 26-15 to the visitors.
  7. Craig Hawkings Frank Row (1)

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    Good afternoon Hugh JArse- I am not sure who you are but is it possible to Private message you on this site?
  8. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    Hi Craig. To send a private message, just click on the inbox button on the top right of the screen, just next to your user name. All sorts of pop up windows happen. Just follow your nose from there.
  9. couldabeen Alfred Walker (16)

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    You are in trouble now HJ! Too many jokes about the Shire I suspect. Get a good lawyer and stay calm!
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  10. Monty Python Ted Fahey (11)

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    It doesn't change the order, but the list above doesn't have the Eastwood Colts 1s points v Penrith included. For some reason it took the back office days to put those in. The correct point score for Eastwood is 382 - now correct on RugbyLink: http://www.rugbylink.com.au/common/pages/public/rv/clubchampionship.aspx?save=0&entityid=53029

    Much closer to Southern and not far from Easts. The two losses to Penrith in 2s and 3s didn't help much on this front, however. Seems Eastwood colties numbers are dwindling at the bottom end as the season draws towards finals with injuries and holidays taking their toll. I wasn't out there, but I heard they struggled to find players to get 2 full teams out at Penrith Park, and had forwards filling in some crucial back line positions.
  11. TwoBluesFollower Bob McCowan (2)

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    Dear Ryan09, the Mighty TB certainly did give the Wicks a run for their money. A converted try in the last minute made the score a little more respectable for Randwick, and there were many times after phase after phase that Parra went close to taking the lead in the 2nd half. Both forwards and backs played great rugby and any team for the rest of the season will have to beware. There is still a great chance of the Twoblues making the finals and they will be very competitive. I did give a heads up last post.
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  12. Tah and feathered Watty Friend (18)

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    Plead insanity, it works in the real world or say i wasn't breast fed as a baby if insanity doesn't work
  13. the coach Bob Davidson (42)

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    The other option is to say "I can't remember what happened to the money but I know I didn't do anything wrong" ;)
  14. couldabeen Alfred Walker (16)

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    I was young and naive.
  15. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    The issue with injuries, exams, work, holidays at this time of the year hits all clubs, even those that seemed to have "plenty of depth" in the early rounds.

    Some clubs manage to "paper over the cracks" with AAGPS, CAS and ISA schools players moonlighting from their School programmes, often without the knowledge of the School Coaches.

    Despite being 7th in the Colts Championship, the 3 Woodies teams are well placed be in the Finals series and could finish 4th - 6th in Colts 1, 6th in Colts 2, and 5th - 6th in Colts 3s.

    In Colts Club Championships, I reckon there will still be a fair bit of movement in positions, or the gap between positions, in the middle of the table as the season moves on inexorably toward its conclusion. Each club has a fairly tough final few rounds, particularly given the recent resurgence in form from the M2B and Beasties, and there will be a surprise or two left to come.
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  16. forwards4ever Jimmy Flynn (14)

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    Could someone please tell me if semis are teams placed 1-6 this year, or 1-4?!
  17. Hugh Jarse Rocky Elsom (76)

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    ^^^^AFAIK the finals are top 6 on the competition ladder after round 18.

    In the first week 1 plays 6, 2 plays 5, and 3 plays 4.
    In week 2 the top ranked winner plays the highest ranked loser, and the other two winners play each other.
    The Grand Final is the two winners of the week games.
  18. forwards4ever Jimmy Flynn (14)

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    Thanks Hugh!
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    Round 15 Team Lists

    Randi-Wix v Beasts
    COLTS 1
    Randwick: 1. Campbell Shearer, 2. Nick Koutsoukais, 3. Vuni Fifita, 4. Nick Kellaway, 5. Ryan Powter, 6. Jum Woodhill, 7. Jack Hayson, 8. Daniel Hughes, 9. Tom Wong, 10. Nic Andrews, 11. Matt Crafts, 12. Ben Starkey, 13. Devan Stoltz, 14. Tom Molloy, 15. Ben O'Donnell
    Eastern Suburbs: 1. Matt Hooper, 2. Lindsey Stevens, 3. Archie Hall, 4. Guy Beever, 5. Emerson Adcock, 6. Ben Vincent, 7. Nick Makas, 8. Oli Robinson, 9. Ted Pye, 10. Jack Maddocks, 11. Joe Mackie, 12. Harry Priestner, 13. James Pelowski, 14. Christo Wylie, 15. Alex Newsome

    COLTS 2
    Randwick: 1. Kieran Bonin, 2. Matt Serhon, 3. Ezra Malolo, 4. Brendan Neville, 5. Sam Ellerton, 6. Tom Serhon, 7. Sam Connor, 8. Tim Lee, 9. Lachie Anderson, 10. Kieran Knight, 11. Charlie McKay, 12. Moa Meliepo, 13. Sam Carter, 14. Ned Robinson, 15. Ronald Streeter Mason
    Eastern Suburbs: 1. Jai Gunton, 2. Andrew Crone, 3. Minh Nguyen, 4. James Shipway, 5. Jamie Greentree, 6. Max Hendrie, 7. Ned O'Neill, 8. Dan Howes, 9. Dayne Corbishley, 10. Roy Harrison, 11. Jack Harrison, 12. Harry Tooth, 13. James Manns, 14. Joey Zieme, 15. Michael Copolla

    COLTS 3
    Randwick: 1. Sam Matenga, 2. Michael Midson, 3. Manisela Fetikoa, 4. Andrew Walsh, 5. Alec Corcoran, 6. Cam Mee, 7. Zach Wheeler, 8. Hugh Adamson, 9. Josh Noonan, 10. Lachlan Kenneally, 11. James Douglass, 12. Jordan Holz/Harrison Gould, 13. Hamish Gordon, 14. Tau Penitani, 15. Kingston Day
    Eastern Suburbs: 1. Sandy Butterworth, 2. Julian Horton-Patch, 3. Hugo Mclure, 4. Will Picone, 5. Judd Harvey, 6. Zinny Norman, 7. Charlie Yole, 8. Andrew Spira, 9. James Williams, 10. Roy Harrison, 11. Darby Murphy, 12. James Parrelli, 13. Ned Taylor, 14. Jonathon Bard, 15. Kai Whatmore

    Woodies v Pirates
    COLTS 1
    Eastwood: 1. Rohhan Zebib, 2. Ed Craig, 3. Alex Pappalardo, 4. Daniel Cosgrove, 5. Tim Anstee, 6. Josh Bones, 7. Jacob Bamford, 8. Mark Quadrio, 9. Lachlan Croese, 10. Matt Collins, 11. Joshua Nohra, 12. Brent Whicker, 13. James Sarks, 14. Aiden Hopping, 15. James Day
    West Harbour: 1. Paul Utaatu, 2. Tonga Tangitau, 3. Daniel Gooding, 4. Otto Wendt, 5. Visiano Vaohea, 6. Harvard Mau, 7. Matthias Tutunoa, 8. Ola Moala, 9. Marcellous Rouse, 10. Matt Thomas, 11. Josh Tupuola, 12. D'Rhys Miller, 13. Danny Wilson, 14. Henrik Anthony, 15. Shane Faaui

    COLTS 2
    Eastwood: 1. Liam Northridge, 2. Max Beham, 3. Nareg Nazarian, 4. Henry Walkerden, 5. Sam Frogley, 6. Cameron Goodacre, 7. Zack Simpson, 8. Mitchell Caldwell, 9. Tom Graham, 10. Sam McCaffrey, 11. Tom Koodrin, 12. Cameron Daniels, 13. Joshua So, 14. Tom Nicita, 15. Denzel Singleton
    West Harbour: 1. Sebastian Panama, 2. Jake Donaghy, 3. Jack Ulu, 4. Taani Aitu, 5. Franele Betham-Misa, 6. Doug Paish, 7. Mark Mc Dermott, 8. Peter Johnston, 9. Kobi Bates, 10. Aird Jardine, 11. Tyrell Naleba, 12. Kurt Kerrigan, 13. Viliami Felili, 14. Paul Tau, 15. Matt Vatuinuku

    COLTS 3
    Eastwood: 1. Nick Carone, 2. Michael Arapidis, 3. Aiden Jones, 4. Duncan Ryan, 5. Hugh Elleman, 6. Will McManus, 7. Pat Harrison, 8. Daniel Ryan, 9. Jonas Williams, 10. Jack Quadrio, 11. Will Boscato, 12. Nathan Watson, 13. Daniel Loneragan, 14. Sam Lyndon, 15. Liam Peters
    West Harbour: 1. Sam Naulu, 2. Jimi Valu, 3. Sailusi Lua, 4. Gil Rickey, 5. Brenton Holland, 6. Daniel Baer, 7. Wilson Faasalafa, 8. Craig Behringer, 9. Tom O'Connor, 10. Samuel Temata, 11. Lucas Chao, 12. Connor Moran, 13. David Johnston, 14. Viliami Tupou, 15. Kayne Hodgson


    Shoremen v MMM
    COLTS 1
    Northern Suburbs: 1. Jakob Sedgemen, 2. Evan Pritchard, 3. Jackson McLean, 4. William Finley, 5. Harry Lind, 6. Jack Preece, 7. Will Lindsay, 8. Leon Akopian, 9. Josh Lynch, 10. Jack Clancy, 11. Charlie Oldham, 12. Nic Clancy, 13. Charlie King, 14. Dom Naylor, 15. Josh Cook
    Manly: 1. Scott White, 2. Rohan Hedge, 3. Alefosio Tatola, 4. James Gourley, 5. Kerry Simpson, 6. Matt Schofield, 7. Felix Maddison, 8. Scott Williams, 9. Kerrod Binge, 10. Jack Milligan, 11. Austin Osagie, 12. Brad Clarke, 13. Jed Ibbotson, 14. Isaac O'Shea, 15. Ben Crerar

    COLTS 2
    Northern Suburbs: 1. Jack Halabi, 2. Chris Goldie, 3. Will Adams, 4. Tom Booth, 5. Lochie Moore, 6. Taylor Deer, 7. Matt Psaltis, 8. Sam Cater, 9. Angus Mactavish, 10. Harry Kemball, 11. Hugh Adams, 12. Harvey Duncan, 13. Will Fell, 14. Tommy Gilbert, 15. Jayden Stokes
    Manly: 1. Mitch Beattie, 2. James Campbell, 3. Liam Routledge, 4. Van Stewart, 5. Kevin O'Connor, 6. Nate Becker, 7. Will Cronin, 8. Cyprus Tutunoa, 9. Dante Otto, 10. Louis Dowling, 11. Oscar Mason, 12. Tom Langrell, 13. Jamie Mason, 14. Scott Cleeemon, 15. Dylan Peppernell

    COLTS 3
    Northern Suburbs: 1. Liam Macwhite, 2. George Donnelly, 3. Tyler Key, 4. Lochie Adair, 5. Ed Pollitt, 6. Joey Dawson, 7. Harry Gainor, 8. James Winton, 9. Scott Pater, 10. Hayden Toohey, 11. Denzel Tie, 12. Chris Vandoros, 13. Sean Townsend, 14. Sam Marial, 15. Ollie Beanstead
    Manly: 1. Wes Thomas, 2. James Campbell, 3. Hayden Jones, 4. Jordan Kennedy, 5. Byron Leach, 6. Siaosi Talarico, 7. Max Norrish, 8. Daylee Sumner, 9. Ryan Stewart, 10. Connor McGrath, 11. Liam Hilton-Butt, 12. Sam Coram, 13. Isa Abdoullah, 14. Hugo Lumsdaine, 15. Laurence Gay


    M2B v Highlanders
    COLTS 1
    Parramatta: 1. Jordan Lotoaniu, 2. Seaton Kenna, 3. Sione Fonua, 4. Nick O'Gorman, 5. James Benton, 6. Ben Talamaivao, 7. Riley Jacobson, 8. Liam Faogali, 9. Liam Tully, 10. Clive Poulter, 11. Tariu Afoa, 12. Jacob Tupoula, 13. Niko Uele, 14. Ofa Siale, 15. Nathan Faleafa
    Gordon: 1. Nathan Kelly, 2. Hosea Fotukava, 3. Sean Dillon, 4. Jack Margin, 5. Nick Meagher, 6. Nic Burkett, 7. Jake Pierce, 8. James Lough, 9. Alex Barker, 10. Dave Smerdon, 11. Ben Butler, 12. David Serukai, 13. Sione Afu, 14. Sam Mete, 15. Marcus Hundt

    COLTS 2
    Parramatta: 1. Tai Mose, 2. Jeremiah Letele, 3. Alex Kingston, 4. Chris Tolson, 5. Jacob Delailoa, 6. Jake Digby, 7. Rhys Tribolet, 8. Ramado Tuigamala, 9. Brodie Knight, 10. Damian Mulvanah, 11. Luke Richardson, 12. Luke Delailoa, 13. Luke Parker, 14. Zac Fortini, 15. Jonathan Lagos
    Gordon: 1. Brandon Fernandes, 2. Jono Burke, 3. Mawin Jansen, 4. Josh Roche, 5. James Grant, 6. Lapana Vitale, 7. Sam Hutton, 8. Hamish Phipps, 9. Tom Kennedy, 10. Josh Thorndyke, 11. Penrith Fa'atau, 12. Joe Stageman, 13. Lachlan Brock, 14. Josh Mitchell, 15. Andrew Bligh

    COLTS 3
    Parramatta: 1. Josh, 2. Tom Bonham, 3. Aaron Ilolahia, 4. Ben Stoodley, 5. Caleb Roberts, 6. Damion Mason - Huta, 7. Jake Owen, 8. Jordi Druzinac, 9. Ryan Fitzpatrick, 10. Terry Fanolua, 11. Danyon Morris, 12. Frank Tanginoa, 13. Giorgan Patea, 14. Micah Scott-Vari, 15. Brad Halliwell
    Gordon: 1. Ruben MacKeller, 2. James Kwok, 3. Thomas Parrish, 4. Jack Blamey, 5. Jonah Taylor, 6. Jordan Thomas, 7. Patrick Sutton, 8. Will Makeig, 9. Sam Reimer, 10. Ben Tracy, 11. Sam Frankham, 12. Jackson Garrels, 13. Lachlan Phillips, 14. Dylan Bindczus, 15. David Balcomb

    Hobbits v The Corporation
    COLTS 1
    Southern Districts: 1. Milan Papalii, 2. Oli Takiveikata, 3. Conor Young, 4. Pat Kuenzie, 5. Dan Broady, 6. Lachlan Hennessey, 7. Kurt Rumsay, 8. Raboni Vosayaco, 9. Ben Ridgeway, 10. Rory Davis, 11. Tom Evans, 12. Tom Doyle, 13. Trent Winterstein, 14. Jack Conen, 15. Angus McGrath
    Sydney University: 1. Jay Spencer, 2. Folau Fainga'a, 3. Alexander Masima, 4. Nick Champion de Crespigny, 5. Harrison Williams, 6. Lincoln Whiteley, 7. Jack McCalman, 8. Hamish Dunbar, 9. Nick Duffy, 10. Connor O'Shea, 11. James Kane, 12. Will McDonnell, 13. Jack Redden, 14. Christian Yassmin, 15. Christian Kagiassis

    COLTS 2
    Southern Districts: 1. Joey Tahati, 2. Gareth Thomas, 3. Lachlan King, 4. Karaitiana Sa'u, 5. Josh Lyons, 6. Angus Guthridge, 7. Nic Pennisi, 8. Rhys Schrueder, 9. James Whelan, 10. Brock Hammond, 11. Grant Isles, 12. Tylah Pritchard, 13. Callum Quinn, 14. Gordon Enari, 15. Nathan McIlveen
    Sydney University: 1. Conor O'Doherty, 2. James Margan, 3. Jorden Mose, 4. Lachlan Argiris, 5. Jack Blair, 6. Siaosi Halaifonua, 7. Hugh Summerhayes, 8. George Lehmann, 9. Alexander Jackman, 10. Charlie Friend, 11. Dylan Oldfield, 12. Toby Cooke, 13. Sam Harris, 14. Ahmad Elbatoory, 15. Daniel Calavassy

    COLTS 3
    Southern Districts: 1. Nathan Ford, 2. Henry Robertson, 3. Benet James, 4. Nathaniel Leon, 5. Mitch Whittet, 6. Dawie Erasmus, 7. Evan Jenkins, 8. Jacob Fetui, 9. Ben Lewis, 10. Ryan Sorrell, 11. Andrew Kaine, 12. Lewis Pickering, 13. Cooper Harris, 14. Drew Nuttall, 15. Locky Walsh
    Sydney University: 1. Billy-Jacob O'Connor, 2. Sam Docking, 3. Francis Brown, 4. Thomas Willson, 5. Oliver Maxwell, 6. Vecchio Del, 7. Stuart Mill, 8. Wayne Nevili, 9. Ben Halmarick, 10. Alex Messara, 11. Sam Nery, 12. Sam Renton, 13. Paula Hafoka, 14. Patrick Muller, 15. Jaydon Fa'avae-Eli


    Rats v Emus
    COLTS 1
    Warringah vs The Bye

    COLTS 2
    Warringah: 1. Zac McSwiney, 2. Callum Landry, 3. Matt Pickles, 4. Connor Barham, 5. Lachie MacMahon, 6. Nathan Cotton, 7. Brody Wharepouri, 8. Marcus Kemp, 9. Jonathon Miller, 10. Sam Gainsford, 11. Jake Vale, 12. Billy Simpson, 13. Eserah Chee-kam, 14. Owen Chun, 15. Lachlan Grant
    Penrith: 1. Chaise Taranto, 2. Tametai Lomax, 3. Sinipati Pati, 4. Samuel Hansen, 5. Hamish Milne, 6. Hamish Matthews, 7. Delahoya Manu, 8. Sati Taufa, 9. Sam Limbrey, 10. Ezekial Seia, 11. Ben Meyer, 12. Steve Mate, 13. Ben Valu, 14. Joshua Goode, 15. Ben Ui

    COLTS 3
    Warringah: 1. Zac Tales, 2. Mitchell Jones, 3. Clayton Anastasia, 4. Luke Hurditch, 5. Mike Hart, 6. Jake Boroughs, 7. Eddie Fry, 8. Bryce Renaman, 9. Pat Flynn, 10. Scott Engwall, 11. Charlie Anderson, 12. Joel Mattinson, 13. Connor Bradshaw, 14. Ewan Jamieson, 15. Tom Condon
    Penrith: 1. Zeke Mafi, 2. Trey Ropata, 3. Daniel Vavega, 4. Epati Sale, 5. Leslie Kini, 6. Joshua Goode, 7. Jack Fleetwood, 8. Thorne Piilua, 9. Desmond Tipene, 10. Mitchell Korol, 11. Wiremu King, 12. Ezra Kemp, 13. Bernie Saleve, 14. Poasa Nakairvalu, 15. Ereisky Livi-Papalii
  20. Sideline Eye Darby Loudon (17)

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    Match Reports - Round 14

    Eastwood v Penrith @ Penrith Park

    Colts 1 - bye

    Colts 2
    Eastwood 22 - Penrith 26
    Tough task in a tough week. After playing Manly on Tuesday night and many of the players struggling with injury and sickness, several other changes were forced on the team for various reasons. So some mental toughness was required to compete against a strong Penrith team who as their club’s top team, have some very damaging players.

    Tackling was identified as the key element in our approach to the game, after the dismal defensive effort at Manly Oval 5 days before. Whilst some missed tackles cost us 4 tries, there was a far more committed and gutsy effort in defence and the Penrith boys who did the damage were powerful and dangerous runners. We also put together some promising attack to score 4 tries of our own. The only difference was that all four of our tries were scored in the corner and three of theirs were near the posts.

    Hooker Aripidis, prop Nazarian, lock Frogley, backrowers Caldwell and Anstee all fought hard and were prominent around the field. Half/flyhalf Croese showed his class in so many ways and flyhalf/centre McCaffrey did everything he could to lift his team.

    Eastwood 22 (Joshua So, Denzel Singleton, Tim Anstey, Sam McCaffrey tries; Lachlan Croese 1 goal)
    LOST TO
    Penrith 26 (4 tries, 3 goals).

    Players’ Player: Lachlan Croses & Mitch Caldwell.
    MVP: 3 Lachlan Croese 2 Tim Anstee 1 Mitch Caldwell


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    Eastwood Colties struggled for numbers at Penrith Park last weekend


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    Eastwood colts v Penrith colts at Penrith Park

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    Lineout time for Ed Craig playing 3rd Grade and part of 2nd Grade at T.G.Milner last week

    Colts 3
    Eastwood 5 - Penrith 28

    This was an important match for us but we struggled for player numbers with some of our key players not attending! With numerous players playing out of position and a man short, we were fortunate that some of the second grade colts filled in as needed before playing their own game. Thanks to Sam McCaffery, Tom Nicita, Tom Hudson and Cam Goodacre.

    It was another slow start with Penrith scoring first through good field position brought about by our own errors. We bounced back with a good try to Daniel Ryan from some repeated Alpha plays but ultimately Penrith had too much spark for Eastwood, which is largely a team of forwards with many playing out of position in the backline.

    While the effort from the players was good, we will need to do better this week when we take on a West Harbour team that is equal with us on the ladder.

    Max Beham 3, Daniel Ryan 2, Nathan Watson 1. Players player - Duncan Ryan

    http://www.eastwoodrugby.com.au/civicrm/mailing/view?reset=1&id=280
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