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Sydney Subbies 2019

Discussion in 'Subbies Rugby' started by fkj, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. Rumour Ronald Herbert Moran (7)

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    Leave it to Ron. spies not pies
  2. Heavyd Alex Ross (28)

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    Div 3 Final
    1st grade ROBS vs Iggies - as previously stated cannot see anything than a Deserved ROBs victory here. Ring in or not, Im not sure Iggies have the backline to pile on the points to beat ROBs.

    2nd grade HAC vs ROBs - will take HAC to bulldoze their way to victory after Beecroft trounced Iggies last week. HAC by plenty.

    Colts - Beecroft vs Iggies - even though they were on the receiving end of a 7-1 try drubbing last week I still think Beecroft will be to strong for Iggies. Only question is Beecroft discipline, can get grubbing when under pressure.

    3rd grade Newport vs Iggies - Iggies coming of a brutal encounter which saw them lose 2 players tfor this weekend with blue cards. Will take the big Breakers forward pack to prove the difference in a very tight and tough one.

    Just realised I’ve tipped against Iggies in 3 grades so it is likely they’ll win at least 1/3. Hopefully not 3rds
  3. Pfitzy John Eales (66)

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    Not much to report - he played with us for a few years before going away on his mission (Mormon lad). When he came back he had an itch to play Premier Rugby but couldn't crack Gordon first grade, so headed to Pirates where he had a few mates playing as well.

    Pirates finished for the year and they didn't really do that well (last every comp except Shute where they just beat Two Blues). While he had a few starts for their First Grade - all away from memory - he was mostly 2nd Grade.

    Working in our favour: the outcome of our game was going to change nothing about the finals series. He was out of position as well, and hardly hurting blokes. Played the first half then had to go to his niece's birthday.

    I get the impression he wasn't 100% happy with where the Pirates were at. His brother was playing 3s and 4s over there, and is a gun flanker but kept getting put in the 2nd row.

    Something up at Concord.

    In any case, we'd love to have them back at our club, so got him a run.
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  4. meatpie Allen Oxlade (6)

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    Love it. He is a bloody good kid too. Always looking to help out. I wish him well and hope he finds his way in Shute or at Subbies (which is no doubt at the Rennys) hopefully more of it going forward.

    On a side note, is the Subbies preso night going ahead? Who are the nominees?
  5. HeavyB Fred Wood (13)

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    Didn't get a nod this year - refs obviously all fucked in the head
  6. Rumour Ronald Herbert Moran (7)

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    Blueys, Reddies, Hillies, Robbies, Berries, Liceys, Lionees, Raptees
  7. HeavyB Fred Wood (13)

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    Redfield v Iggies - Iggies to win this, albeit in a tight one (although I hope I'm wrong). J Jenkins will dominate the non-existent Redfield pack on his own.

    First try scorer - J Jenkins
    Last try scorer - J Jenkins
    Man of the match - J Jenkins

    The Redfield #9 is a gun though, maybe he can snipe enough around the ruck to cause problems.

    Iggies don't really have any other players of note. Div 3 is weak enough Jenko can win this off his own bat.
  8. Heavyd Alex Ross (28)

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    Sounds like you have a crush on this guy. Did he play you blokes when you meet Iggies? Surely a mid 30s bloke with a short lived fringe Super Rugby career before disappearing to 2nd Div French rugby cannot prove that much of a handful?
  9. HeavyB Fred Wood (13)

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    haha have you seen the bloke? I'll be honest, I'd nearly turn. very good looking rooster.

    Nah he didn't play either of the games we played them. We had a draw and lost by 1 with a penalty on the bell. They really were not much chop as a side.

    Like I said though, I studied the form and they've gone 4 wins 5 losses and draw without him and 5 wins from 5 matches with him (Including beating Redfield). Thats no coincidence. I've played in some similar 1 man teams and at this level (which is getting worse all the time), they just crush it..

    I saw on facebook yesterday 5 years since the drawn Newport Brothers Barraclough GF. Can't help but think both those sides would put healthy scores on the top Barraclough sides of 2019.
  10. Pfitzy John Eales (66)

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    Subbies Presentation Night: Friday 20th September at Sydney Uni Oval 2 grandstand.
  11. Crashy Jim Clark (26)

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    I remember in the dark years, Subbies held the thing at Club Swans of all fucking places..
  12. Heavyd Alex Ross (28)

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    Got 6 out of the 8 GF finalists right mid season. Might still get the 4 winners correct.
  13. Pfitzy John Eales (66)

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    Div 4: Briars over Berries a bit of an upset in my books. Quins also holding Oatley to zip in 2s was a surprise.
  14. GunnerDownUnder Jim Clark (26)

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    I was there Pfitzy wasn’t a surprise but rather a joke of a referee
  15. Pfitzy John Eales (66)

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    Oh yeah? In what way?
  16. GunnerDownUnder Jim Clark (26)

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    The usual, white player does something and gets a warning. Islander does it he gets a card. The two yellows were soft as was the penalty try. Canterbury were penalised for everything while Briars got away with a lot. Great drop goal to seal it though, and they did dominate the scrum.
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  17. someguy Frank Row (1)

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    I was out there yesterday as well. Canterbury we very lucky not to receive a red card for a spear tackle, and only got yellow. Would hardly call it soft. The other yellow was for taking a players legs out in the air (i think) so warranted once again. Canterbury looked dangerous when they had momentum but briars starved them of possession with great set pieces.
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  18. Heavyd Alex Ross (28)

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    Congrats to Hunters Hill with 4 grades into the GF. 1DIV ready I’d say.
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  19. Pfitzy John Eales (66)

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    I only heard from someone else who was there that one of the yellows was leaning toward a red, so assume that was the one.
  20. Johnny Drama Sydney Middleton (9)

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    Can't say I've ever noticed any of that kind of racism in Rugby.

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