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Southern Inland Rugby 2019

Maulalltheway

Larry Dwyer (12)
Hi Whistle
just found this article in the DA
Not surprised there was no publicity before and after the Tournament after seeing the results
The coach quotes the normal ya da ya da comments but seems like a tounament that nobody really cared about much
Well done to the players who attended

Brumbies Provincial Team beaten in both clashes

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The Brumbies Provincial Team lost both their Capital Cup games on Saturday.

Five members of the Brumbies Provincial Team secured places in the Capital Cup merit side despite two losses in Canberra on Saturday.
The provincial side, featuring plenty of Southern Inland talent, suffered a 24-10 loss to ACT Griffins in their first game before falling 36-10 to the Brumbies under 19s.
Coach Nick McCarthy was still happy with the outing.
"It was tough footy, but we expected that, and I think we did ourselves proud," McCarthy said. "The game against the Griffins I thought we did really well in."
McCarthy thought they really matched the physicality of the Griffins however the under 19s proved too slick.
"The speed they were able to play with and their structures after an extended amount of training proved too fast for us," McCarthy saidSouthern Inland forwards caught the eye with Tom Boyle, Rob Wiltshire and Eroni Naua making the merit side alongside winger Vaughn Scott and Braidwood's Riley Turner.


Spare me the constant moaning.
The boys played against rep sides from a premier comp and did themselves, their clubs and the zone proud.
 

Whistle Happy

Jimmy Flynn (14)
This was the Squad on the Weekend


BRUMBIES PROVINCIAL SQUAD

1. Nathan SEYMOUR (SIRU/Wagga City)
2. Tom BOYLE (c) (SIRU/Albury)
3. Robert WILTSHIRE (SIRU/Wagga Waratahs)
4. Ben CHEETAM (Monaro/Goulburn)
5. Eroni NAUA (SIRU/Leeton)
6. Ashley KENNY (South Coast/Batemans Bay)
7. Luke TURNER (SIRU/Wagga Ag College)
8. Menzies SEUMANUTAFA (SIRU/Tumut)
9. Justin DARIOL (South Coast/Braidwood)
10. Jayden STANTON (SIRU/Wagga City)
11. Jordan LEES (Monaro/Goulburn)
12. Riley TURNER (South Coast/Braidwood)
13. Alec PALMER (Monaro/Goulburn)
14. Vaughn SCOTT (SIRU/Tumut)
15. Callum RAMM (SIRU/Wagga Waratahs)
16. Chris LATU (SIRU/Griffith)
17. Apimeleki KALOUDONU (SIRU/Griffith)
18. Sainivalati RATUDRADRA (SIRU/Leeton)
19. Liam MOWBRAY (SIRU/Wagga Ag College)
20. Andrew GOSLETT (South Coast/Bungendore)
21. Tom HALLAM (SIRU/Canberra Royals)
22. Mikael WEBBER (vc) (Monaro/Goulburn)
23. Lochlan RAMM (SIRU/Wagga Ag College)
STAFF
Head Coach – Nick McCarthy (SIRU)
Assistant Coaches – Michael Nicoletti (South Coast), Will Mitchell (SIRU)
Manager – Jonathon Andreou (SIRU)
 

yourmatesam

Desmond Connor (43)
Massive wraps to Angus Allen who has been named on the bench for the Vikings NRC match this weekend.

Nott behhdd for a kid from Leeton!
 

paul bristow

Darby Loudon (17)
Whatever the outcome of the “capital cup” this year is the “capital cup” the future of representative rugby in Siru?
 

paul bristow

Darby Loudon (17)
Apart from the non trainer/non trialer selection I thought the whole thing worked well, Mauler. I was just interested to know if this is the path we would continue on. If it is the way we are going to go could selectors stick to the rules/guidelines everyone else is expected to follow.
 

Maulalltheway

Larry Dwyer (12)
Apart from the non trainer/non trialer selection I thought the whole thing worked well, Mauler. I was just interested to know if this is the path we would continue on.


im still confused how that is an issue for the ACT Provincial side? Considering this is who played the capital cup?
 

paul bristow

Darby Loudon (17)
I was commenting on the start to finish rep process. On another note Mauler is there any news on the future of CSU Reddies in 2020? Are the other Wagga clubs going to do anything to help CSU in the off season?
 

Maulalltheway

Larry Dwyer (12)
I was commenting on the start to finish rep process. On another note Mauler is there any news on the future of CSU Reddies in 2020? Are the other Wagga clubs going to do anything to help CSU in the off season?


Chatted to a few Reddies fellas at the grandfinal. They're putting steps in place currently. It sounded promising.
On the other clubs, i doubt it, purely because its not their issue to solve. it would be similar to ask what Griffith are doing to help Leeton next season.

We're all so alarmist these days. In 2004/2005 Ag College won 3 1st grade games total, took 18 players to griffith to play 3 grades, The reddies were a dominant force over this period. Its all swings and roundabouts. remember how City were talked up as dead and buried last season. They'll turn it around. I personally feel that the correct bloke is coaching there currently and they have upside.
 

paul bristow

Darby Loudon (17)
Agree Mauler CSU did improve this year but they were still a long way off the pace. Coach Hood is a great person to have try and get Reddies more competitive but think they might not make 2020 without some sort of helping hand.
 

Whistle Happy

Jimmy Flynn (14)
The coaching Merry Go Round has kicked off already for next year
Tumut & Wagga City have already called for nominations for all Grades - it will be interesting to see if both Morgan Grivas (Tumut) and James Curgenven (City) have finished up or both Clubs are just testing the market to see who might be out there
Will Mitchell has finished up at Ag College after last saturday's decider
That leaves Albury (Paul Mesarra), Griffith (Chris Morris), Leeton (Seru Roggo), CSU (Paul Hood) and Waratahs (Richard Skellern) as current leaders still standing at their respective Clubs


Any updates with the Coaching Positions for next season and does anyone know when the SIRU AGM will be held ??
 

yourmatesam

Desmond Connor (43)
http://www.greenandgoldrugby.com/community/threads/southern-inland-rugby-2020.18767/

Let's start heading over to the 2020 thread now folks. AGM Chat, off-season craziness, Coaching merry-go-rounds, post all your wild thoughts over in the 2020 thread now :)

Any updates with the Coaching Positions for next season and does anyone know when the SIRU AGM will be held ??


I see the Steamer's have settled on a new Board (amazingly, they've kept their Coach-come-President at the helm) with stalwart Paul Musarra stepping into a mentoring role.

I haven't been keeping an eye on too much else at this stage of the season and RWC matches etc...
 
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