As the parent of a young man who has progressed through uni colts and is now playing grade I totally endorse Bruce's sentiments. My son and his mates grind it out for 11 months of the year while other kids are out having a good time. He thrives in this environment and had said to me he.
It would be a shame to undo all the good work that the Gordon team and management have put in place this year. It takes time to turn a big ship around and Gordon deserve the chance to build on these solid foundations. The one thing they have to do is focus on their juniors, one colts team is not.
Especially as young Kingston got a run and showed some real pace and penetration whereas Betham bumbled through the game before being replaced. Turner might get the call again, who knows how the selectors think, a case of the revolving door in many positions from prop to winger.
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Well done to the Parra management. There is no doubt that they have the cattle to perform well in Colts. Like all young men just leaving school it is a big, unknown world out there and they respond to encouraging and welcoming messages. Of cause this needs to be reflected in the delivery in the.
If we are talking about clubs loosing 15K that seems like pretty small beer compared to the numbers quoted to run a SS club. It seems like the real issue is the absolute pitance that the ARU provides to all clubs, with really only one or two Sydney clubs not doing it tough from what I hear. By.
I understand Tom Wilson will be playing for the students in 2013 and will be attending St Andrews college.
Disappointing to hear that Brogan Roods is tipped to go to the Wicks, he had a wretched season in 2012 but his very limited time on the park for Uni showed he has great potential. I hope.
The program lists them as Henry Devine for Qld and Angus Crichton for NSW. Devine dazzled NSW in the first half, ran great lines at pace, has a wicked step and knows when to pass, the boy clearly is one to watch. Cricthon shone in the second half, leading the NSW in their comeback with a gutsy.
I dropped into the Reds V NSW Schools game today and it was an interesting game of two halves,with Qld dominating the first and NSW the second. The NSW boys were all at sea in the first half, no possession compounded by poor defence in the midfield and out wide. When they did get the ball they.
Here are the Uni awards.
• Craig Fear Encouragement (Grade) Award – Dan Simpson
• Colts Encouragement Award – Finlay McDonald
• 1st Colts Best Fresher – Sam Quinn
• Most Promising Colts Player – Stuart Dunbar
• Most Improved Colts Player – Jack Jones
• Most Improved Grade.
He certainly is a freak. His work rate is a cut above any other forward and he will only get better as he learns to better manage his game plan. At the moment it is raw enthusiam and athleticism, I remember him running down a French winger from behind in the under 20 competition.The guy has.
Norths Colts and their management were a credit to their club this year. well organised, fit and committed. They just came up short on Saturday but I can assure you Uni never underestimated them. Their backs were classy, especially in the centres and the forwards worked tirelessly. In all the.
Sydney Uni were definitely a class above Randwick yesterday, with their forwards totally dominant. The Wicks lost a few key players early on and pulled back some points in the second half with the strong breeze at their back. The Wicks backs held their own in attack but went missing out wide in.
Not sure what the game is with Adrian but his final 15 minutes with Uni colts 3rds on the weekend would suggest he does not have a career in rugby. I have watched this kid since under 12's and if he is a genuine rugby player I will eat my shorts: can't pass, steps into the defence in attack.
They both played against Norths so no excuses, Norths wanted it more on the day. Given that Manly were third on the table before this round Uni are coming into form as expected but Norths have shown they can be beaten. The last two rounds should give a better idea of finals form.