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Sydney Colts - 2014

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Tah and feathered

Watty Friend (18)
Tips for 1st colts
Uni by 50 over parramatta
Souths by 12 over Norths
Wests by 10 over easts
Manly by 30 over warringah
Randwick by 30 over Gordon
Eastwood by 35 over Penrith
 

Learned One

Allen Oxlade (6)
Big game at Bon Andrews oval between Norths and Souths
Both clubs well performed in all grades with Norths 2nd and Souths 3rd on the Colts club Championships.
Norths are the form team in Colts with Randwick and Souths the next best
I think the winners of this years 1st colts will come from these 3 clubs.


It should be a cracking afternoon of rugby in all colts grades between Norths and Souths. Bon Andrews advantage may get Norths home in a very close 1st colts contest. Difficult to see Norths 2nds getting rolled though.
Looking ahead , it appears Norths have the toughest road home of the leading contenders. Manly and Randwick will be difficult but great preparation for the finals.
With a fair degree of guesswork I still have Norths finishing the regular season in 4th place behind Uni, Randwick and Souths in that order.
Any guesses who Norths would like to play in a semi-final?

I wouldn't take Sydney Uni too lightly though!
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
Round 16 Results Summary

First Grade - W. McMahon Memorial Shield
Sydney University 67 Parramatta 28
Northern Suburbs 46 Southern Districts 29
Eastern Suburbs 34 West Harbour 17
Manly 42 Warringah 12
Gordon 24 Randwick 54
Penrith 0 Eastwood 110

Second Grade - Shell Trophy
Sydney University 56 Parramatta 21
Northern Suburbs 72 Southern Districts 19
Eastern Suburbs 46 West Harbour 12
Manly 47 Warringah 0
Gordon 36 Randwick 24
Penrith 15 Eastwood 55

Third Grade - Bill Simpson Shield
Sydney University 54 Parramatta 21
Northern Suburbs 24 Southern Districts 29
Eastern Suburbs 14 West Harbour 15
Manly 38 Warringah 5
Randwick v The Bye
Eastwood V The Bye

Next Week (Round 17)
Parramatta v Eastern Suburbs
West Harbour v Penrith
Northern Suburbs v Manly
Gordon v Sydney University
Warringah v Randwick
Southern Districts v Eastwood

Edit: Manly vs Warringah Scores updated
 

stonecutter

Chris McKivat (8)
Over the past 2 seasons the Gordon, Penrith and Parramatta clubs have done a good job of re-invigorating their Colts program and are starting to see the rewards of this commitment. One club has seen early success with recognition of one of their young players by gaining high level representative selection.

The unfortunate side to this is that the smell of fresh talent brings out the vultures who struggle to find and develop their own junior base and already contact has been made by 3 clubs to poach the player away from his home club.

Rugby will not survive if these cannibals are allowed to continue feasting on other clubs hard work at no cost to themselves. I have become aware of officials within the NSW hierarchy who are indirectly suggesting that these kids may not be happy if they aren't beating up on other clubs by 50 points each week and of course they could receive better coaching and playing opportunities at another club if they are to move and play 2nd grade behind last years recruits instead of playing against them.

These people are consciously using their positions to influence talented kids away from their home club they should be ashamed of themselves.

We already have a situation where only 3 clubs are serious contenders to win the Shute Shield. Are we not going to be happy until we have a competition played amongst only 4 clubs. History shows that success has been cyclical over the years with clubs rising and falling but not so out of touch from the leaders as it is today.

The clubs who have developed themselves into little super powers should start looking further than their own self interest and recognise that if they don't stop the predatory behaviour then each season will become even shorter and repetitive having to play the same clubs 3 or 4 times.

The ideology of putting all the talent in one place has been shown to be a spectacular failure with direct evidence in Australia's poor performances at recent age restricted tournaments and inability to defeat NZ in a series for over a decade. Kids who only play 1 or 2 tough games a year since they were 16 are incapable of rising to the challenge when confronted by others who have had to fight for the right to be there.

For the good of the game the administration have to get their snouts out of the trough long enough to see that the pyramid of rugby is upside down and has become so negligent of the talent base that feeds the game that it will soon become insignificant within our sporting land if left to self interested jackals.
 

formerflanker

Ken Catchpole (46)
Kids who only play 1 or 2 tough games a year since they were 16 are incapable of rising to the challenge when confronted by others who have had to fight for the right to be there.
Excellent point. The future of Oz rugby revolves around this situation. Resolve it and we will continue to be in the top of world rugby. Ignore it, and........
 

Schoolofhardknocks

Frank Nicholson (4)
2014 COLTS FINALS SERIES VENUES
Match A – Saturday 2nd August – Forshaw Rugby Park – 1 v 6
Match B – Saturday 2nd August – Forshaw Rugby Park – 3 v 4
Match C – Sunday 3rd August – Forshaw Rugby Park – 2 v 5
Match D – Saturday 9th August – Forshaw Rugby Park – Q1 v Q4
Match E – Sunday 10th August – Forshaw Rugby Park – Q2 v Q3
Grand Final – Sunday 17th August – Forshaw Rugby Park – WD v WE
Note: The 3 winners from Matches A, B, C, will progress to the Semi Finals along with the highest placed loser from matches A, B, C who will qualify as Q4. e.g. should Teams ranked 1, 3 & 5 win the semi-finals they would fill QI, Q2 & Q3. As the highest ranked loser Team 2 would fill Q4.
 

Gibbo

Ron Walden (29)
Great effort by Marcus Hundt and Jack Margin from Gordon Colts in the Sydney U-18s team. Knocked off Country well. Marcus was named MoM.
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
Discipline Summary so far: (to end of round 15 only)

Club Discipline Record
Send Off (Red Card)
Randwick: 3, (Colts1: 1, Colts2: 2, Colts3: 0)
Penrith: 3, (Colts1: 1, Colts2: 2)
Southern Districts: 2, (Colts1: 0, Colts2: 1, Colts3: 1) (1 RC is for second YC in the same game)
Gordon: 2, (Colts1: 2, Colts2: 0) (1 RC is for second YC in the same game)
Warringah: 2, (Colts1: 2, Colts2: 0, Colts3: 0)
Eastern Suburbs: 2, (Colts1: 0, Colts2: 2, Colts3: 0)
Eastwood: 1, (Colts1: 0, Colts2: 1, Colts3: 0)
West Harbour: 1, (Colts1: 1, Colts2: 0, Colts3: 0)
Parramatta: 1, (Colts1: 0, Colts2: 0, Colts3: 1)
Manly: 1, (Colts1: 1, Colts2: 0, Colts3: 0)


Sin Bin (Yellow Card)
Southern Districts: 31, (Colts1: 12, Colts2: 9, Colts3: 10)
Eastern Suburbs: 31, (Colts1: 13, Colts2: 11, Colts3: 7)
West Harbour: 23, (Colts1: 10, Colts2: 11, Colts3: 2)
Parramatta: 23, (Colts1: 5, Colts2: 14, Colts3: 4)
Penrith: 20, (Colts1: 9, Colts2: 11)
Eastwood: 20, (Colts1: 5, Colts2: 10, Colts3: 5)
Northern Suburbs: 19, (Colts1: 5, Colts2: 11, Colts3: 3)
Randwick: 17, (Colts1: 8, Colts2: 6, Colts3: 3)
Manly: 17, (Colts1: 10, Colts2: 3, Colts3: 4)
Warringah: 11, (Colts1: 6, Colts2: 5, Colts3: 0)
Gordon: 9, (Colts1: 7, Colts2: 2)
Sydney University: 9, (Colts1: 1, Colts2: 6, Colts3: 2)


Individual Discipline Record:
230 Yellow cards have been issued to 183 players. (out of 974 players)
1 player has 2 received 4 Yellow Cards.
6 players have received 3 Yellow Cards.
32 players have received 2 Yellow Cards.
144 players have received 1 Yellow Card.

18 Red Cards have been issued to 17 Players.
1 Player has received 2 Red Cards. (He was stood down from round 4 to round 8 by his club))
16 Players have received 1 Red Card.
2 Players have received their Red Card because of their second Yellow Card in the game.

Discipline by Grade:
91 Yellow Cards and 8 Red Cards have been issued in Colts 1
99 Yellow Cards and 8 Red Cards have been issued in Colts 2
40 Yellow Cards and 2 Red Cards have been issued in Colts 3
Note: In Colts 3's, there are 2 less games each week due to the Bye.

Discipline by Round:
12 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards were issued in Round 1 (YC: 3 Colts1, 7 Colts2, 2 Colts3 RC: Colts1)
15 Yellow Cards and 0 Red Cards were issued in Round 2 (YC: 8 Colts1, 6 Colts2, 1 Colts3)
19 Yellow Cards and 3 Red Cards were issued in Round 3 (YC: 7 Colts1,10 Colts2, 2 Colts3 RC: 2 Colts1, 1 Colts2)
17 Yellow Cards and 0 Red Cards were issued in Round 4 (YC: 7 Colts1, 7 Colts2, 3 Colts3)
20 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards were issued in Round 5 (YC: 9 Colts1, 7 Colts2, 4 Colts3 RC: Colts2)
17 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards were issued in Round 6 (YC: 6 Colts1, 7 Colts2, 4 Colts3 RC: Colts3)
10 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards were issued in Round 7 (YC: 5 Colts1, 3 Colts2, 2 Colts3 RC: Colts2)
9 Yellow Cards and 0 Red Cards were issued in Round 8 (YC: 4 Colts1, 5 Colts2, 0 Colts3)
13 Yellow Cards and 3 Red Cards were issued in Round 9 (YC: 5 Colts1, 6 Colts2, 2 Colts3 RC: Colts1, 2 Colts2)
25 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards were issued in Round 10 (YC: 12 Colts1, 9 Colts2, 4 Colts3RC: Colts2)
14 Yellow Cards and 3 Red Cards were issued in Round 11 (YC: 4 Colts1, 7 Colts2, 3 Colts3 RC: 2 Colts1, 1 Colts2)
16 Yellow Cards and 1 Red Cards were issued in Round 12 (YC: 3 Colts1, 11 Colts2, 1 Colts3 RC: 1 Colts1)
16 Yellow Cards and 3 Red Cards were issued in Round 13 (YC: 7 Colts1, 7 Colts2, 2 Colts3 RC: 1 Colts1, 1 Colts2, 1 Colts3)
15 Yellow Cards and 0 Red Cards were issued in Round 14 (YC: 7 Colts1, 5 Colts2, 3 Colts3)
12 Yellow Cards and 0 Red Cards were issued in Round 4 (YC: 4 Colts1, 2 Colts2, 6 Colts3)

Who pushes the Laws?
129 Yellow Cards have been issued to Forwards
37 = Front Row, 31 = Second Row, 61 = Loose Forwards​
68 Yellow Cards have been issued to Backs
22 = Halfback/Flyhalf, 17 = Centres, 29 = Back Three​
33 Yellow Cards have been issued to Bench Players

The Worst YC Offenders
Number eight, 22
Left flanker, 20
Right flanker, 19
Fly half, 18
Left lock, Loose head prop, 16
Right lock, Tight head prop, 15
Full back, 12
Left wing, Right centre, 10
Left centre, Right wing, Reserve 3, 7
Hooker, Reserve 1, Reserve 2, 6
Scrum half, Reserve 4, 4
Reserve 8, Reserve 5, 3
Reserve 6, Reserve 7, 2
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
Who has been hassling the Scoreboard Attendants?
(to end of Round 15 - round 16 summary coming soon)

Top 10 Point Scorers
Justin FOURIE, Sydney University, 165 points (21T 30C)
Christian KAGIASSIS, Sydney University, 145 points (11T 45C)
Matthew TEKI, Southern Districts, 143 points (11T 32C 8PG) (missed 6 rounds through Injury)
Kieran KNIGHT, Randwick, 127 points (8T 33C 7PG)
Ben HUGHES, Sydney University, 121 points (21T 8C)
Anthony MANASSA, Eastwood, 116 points (4T 39C 6PG)
Christian YASSMIN, Sydney University, 115 points (23T) (missed 4 rounds through Injury)
John PORCH, Northern Suburbs, 112 points (8T 30C 4PG)
Alex NEWSOME, Eastern Suburbs, 112 points (3T 26C 15PG)
Ellis ABRAHAMS, Manly, 110 points (5T 32C 7PG)

Top 10 Golden Boots
James BENTON, Parramatta, 106 points (35C 12PG) (Front Row)
Alex NEWSOME, Eastern Suburbs, 97 points (26C 15PG)
Anthony MANASSA, Eastwood, 96 points (39C 6PG)
Christian KAGIASSIS, Sydney University, 90 points (45C)
Matthew TEKI, Southern Districts, 88 points (32C 8PG)
Kieran KNIGHT, Randwick, 87 points (33C 7PG)
Kevin WEEKS, Southern Districts, 86 points (34C 6PG) (Second Row)
Ellis ABRAHAMS, Manly, 85 points (32C 7PG)
Chris O'DONNELL, Sydney University, 78 points (36C 2PG)
Joshua FRIEND, Sydney University, 75 points (36C 1PG)

Meat Pies
1892 tries have been scored by 603 players (out of 974 players) [62%].
371 players have not tasted a meat pie [38%].
209 players have scored only 1 try.
405 players have scored 2 or more tries.
273 players have scored 3 or more tries.
187 players have scored 4 or more tries.
57 players are averaging better than 1 try per fortnight.

Top Individual Try Scorers
Christian YASSMIN, Sydney University, 23 tries (missed 4 rounds through Injury)
Justin FOURIE, Sydney University, 21 tries
Ben HUGHES, Sydney University, 21 tries
Austin OSAGIE, Manly, 18 tries
Adrian DELORE, Northern Suburbs, 18 tries
Cyril SAWAKI, Southern Districts, 13 tries
Harrison BLAKE, Manly, 12 tries
Josh PETERO, Southern Districts, 12 tries
Matthew HOOD, Sydney University, 12 tries
Edward ELLWOOD-HALL, Warringah, 12 tries

Club Try Scoring
Sydney University, 290 Tries: (129 Colts1, 94 Colts2, 67 Colts3)
Northern Suburbs, 225 Tries: (89 Colts1, 86 Colts2, 50 Colts3)
Southern Districts, 204 Tries: (100 Colts1, 65 Colts2, 39 Colts3)
Manly, 199 Tries: (75 Colts1, 67 Colts2, 57 Colts3)
Eastwood, 173 Tries: (65 Colts1, 70 Colts2, 38 Colts3)
Randwick, 170 Tries: (87 Colts1, 58 Colts2, 25 Colts3)
Parramatta, 142 Tries: (61 Colts1, 44 Colts2, 37 Colts3)
Eastern Suburbs, 135 Tries: (64 Colts1, 41 Colts2, 30 Colts3)
West Harbour, 127 Tries: (46 Colts1, 50 Colts2, 31 Colts3)
Warringah, 97 Tries: (50 Colts1, 28 Colts2, 19 Colts3)
Gordon, 82 Tries: (48 Colts1, 34 Colts2, Colts3)
Penrith, 48 Tries: (22 Colts1, 26 Colts2, Colts3)


Best Attacks or Worst Defences?
836 Tries in 90 Colts1 games (69.6 average per team) [Average of 9.3 tries per game]
663 Tries in 90 Colts2 games (55.3 average per team) [Average of 7.4 tries per game]
393 Tries in 60 Colts3 games (39.3 average per team) [Average of 6.6 tries per game]

The Ducks Bum Award (tries scored by Opposition)
Northern Suburbs, 110 Tries: (55 Colts1, 28 Colts2, 27 Colts3)
Sydney University, 111 Tries: (59 Colts1, 36 Colts2, 16 Colts3)
Southern Districts, 118 Tries: (46 Colts1, 42 Colts2, 30 Colts3)
Eastwood, 127 Tries: (67 Colts1, 41 Colts2, 19 Colts3)
Manly, 127 Tries: (49 Colts1, 39 Colts2, 39 Colts3)
Randwick, 146 Tries: (41 Colts1, 55 Colts2, 50 Colts3)
Eastern Suburbs, 149 Tries: (44 Colts1, 59 Colts2, 46 Colts3)
Parramatta, 172 Tries: (78 Colts1, 46 Colts2, 48 Colts3)
West Harbour, 178 Tries: (63 Colts1, 55 Colts2, 60 Colts3)
Gordon, 180 Tries: (98 Colts1, 82 Colts2)
Warringah, 218 Tries: (84 Colts1, 76 Colts2, 58 Colts3)
Penrith, 256 Tries: (152 Colts1, 104 Colts2)

The Ducks Bum - by Grade. Tries scored against:
Colts 1
Randwick, 41
Eastern Suburbs, 44
Southern Districts, 46
Manly, 49
Northern Suburbs, 55
Sydney University, 59
West Harbour, 63
Eastwood, 67
Parramatta, 78
Warringah, 84
Gordon, 98
Penrith, 152

Colts 2
Northern Suburbs, 28
Sydney University, 36
Manly, 39
Eastwood, 41
Southern Districts, 42
Parramatta, 46
Randwick, 55
West Harbour, 55
Eastern Suburbs, 59
Warringah, 76
Gordon, 82
Penrith, 104

Colts 3
Sydney University, 16
Eastwood, 19
Northern Suburbs, 27
Southern Districts, 30
Manly, 39
Eastern Suburbs, 46
Parramatta, 48
Randwick, 50
Warringah, 58
West Harbour, 60


Players used so far.
Parramatta: 91 players used
Manly: 90 players used
Sydney University: 89 players used
Randwick: 89 players used
Eastern Suburbs: 88 players used
West Harbour: 84 players used
Southern Districts: 84 players used
Eastwood: 83 players used
Warringah: 86 players used
Penrith: 72 players used
Northern Suburbs: 63 players used
Gordon: 55 players used
 

Redmond

Stan Wickham (3)
What a great article in today's tele by RIchard HInds.
"While the NRL, AFL and FFA - worked hard at the grass roots or at least maintain support, rugby sat back in a leather arm chair and smoked a pipe, deluded by the belief it's big end-of-town benefactors and private school constituency guaranteed prosperity.
 

Brian Westlake

Arch Winning (36)
2014 COLTS FINALS SERIES VENUES
Match A – Saturday 2nd August – Forshaw Rugby Park – 1 v 6
Match B – Saturday 2nd August – Forshaw Rugby Park – 3 v 4
Match C – Sunday 3rd August – Forshaw Rugby Park – 2 v 5
Match D – Saturday 9th August – Forshaw Rugby Park – Q1 v Q4
Match E – Sunday 10th August – Forshaw Rugby Park – Q2 v Q3
Grand Final – Sunday 17th August – Forshaw Rugby Park – WD v WE
Note: The 3 winners from Matches A, B, C, will progress to the Semi Finals along with the highest placed loser from matches A, B, C who will qualify as Q4. e.g. should Teams ranked 1, 3 & 5 win the semi-finals they would fill QI, Q2 & Q3. As the highest ranked loser Team 2 would fill Q4.
Thank you.

Just a quick question though.

Why are ALL the games in the shoire?
 

Lindommer

Steve Williams (59)
Staff member
Clubs apply for finals matches every year. Randwick, Norths, Gordon, Uni, Manly and Easts rarely (if ever) get allocated finals due to the presence of a cricket pitch on the ground and/or the lack of parking. Warringah are hamstrung by the local council who keep ALL the money, Parramatta's ground facilities aren't up to scratch for so many different visiting clubs and Penrith's too far away. That's why Souths, Eastwood and West Harbour end up with most finals matches every year. Rats'd be good for finals if they could ever get the relationship with their council sorted out. It's a great tragedy in Sydney rugby Rat Park is so under-used, solely because of the bloody-minded attitude of Pittwater Council.
 

AussieDominance

Trevor Allan (34)
Clubs apply for finals matches every year. Randwick, Norths, Gordon, Uni, Manly and Easts rarely (if ever) get allocated finals due to the presence of a cricket pitch on the ground and/or the lack of parking. Warringah are hamstrung by the local council who keep ALL the money, Parramatta's ground facilities aren't up to scratch for so many different visiting clubs and Penrith's too far away. That's why Souths, Eastwood and West Harbour end up with most finals matches every year. Rats'd be good for finals if they could ever get the relationship with their council sorted out. It's a great tragedy in Sydney rugby Rat Park is so under-used, solely because of the bloody-minded attitude of Pittwater Council.

Lindommer I believe that relationship was changed this year. The Rats I think pay council $30,000 for the season now to hire and get all the gate receipts and potentially other things like canteen(not sure about these other additional items).

Would have been handsome last weekend for the Rats.
 

forwards4ever

Jimmy Flynn (14)
Lindommer I believe that relationship was changed this year. The Rats I think pay council $30,000 for the season now to hire and get all the gate receipts and potentially other things like canteen(not sure about these other additional items).

Would have been handsome last weekend for the Rats.

Have they managed to outbid St Augustines for 1st use of the ground?
 

Lindommer

Steve Williams (59)
Staff member
Thanks for that AD, been a while since I went to Rat Park. Remember being surprised when a Rat told me about the council running the gate and the canteen. And then the after match function was in a backroom for which the club had a function licence for a small number of events a year, not a licensed clubhouse. The thing which annoys me about the council's past behaviour is the fact Rat park was built be rugby supporters, John Denoon and others, when Warringah came into the competition all those years ago.

Get some finals there next year.
 

Eyes and Ears

Bob Davidson (42)
Thanks for that AD, been a while since I went to Rat Park. Remember being surprised when a Rat told me about the council running the gate and the canteen. And then the after match function was in a backroom for which the club had a function licence for a small number of events a year, not a licensed clubhouse. The thing which annoys me about the council's past behaviour is the fact Rat park was built be rugby supporters, John Denoon and others, when Warringah came into the competition all those years ago.

Get some finals there next year.

IIRC they are playing grade at Rat Park and Manly on the Saturday of week 1 of the finals.
 

Joe Haden

Frank Row (1)
Who has been hassling the Scoreboard Attendants?
(to end of Round 15 - round 16 summary coming soon)

Top 10 Point Scorers
Justin FOURIE, Sydney University, 165 points (21T 30C)
Christian KAGIASSIS, Sydney University, 145 points (11T 45C)
Matthew TEKI, Southern Districts, 143 points (11T 32C 8PG) (missed 6 rounds through Injury)
Kieran KNIGHT, Randwick, 127 points (8T 33C 7PG)
Ben HUGHES, Sydney University, 121 points (21T 8C)
Anthony MANASSA, Eastwood, 116 points (4T 39C 6PG)
Christian YASSMIN, Sydney University, 115 points (23T) (missed 4 rounds through Injury)
John PORCH, Northern Suburbs, 112 points (8T 30C 4PG)
Alex NEWSOME, Eastern Suburbs, 112 points (3T 26C 15PG)
Ellis ABRAHAMS, Manly, 110 points (5T 32C 7PG)

Top 10 Golden Boots
James BENTON, Parramatta, 106 points (35C 12PG) (Front Row)
Alex NEWSOME, Eastern Suburbs, 97 points (26C 15PG)
Anthony MANASSA, Eastwood, 96 points (39C 6PG)
Christian KAGIASSIS, Sydney University, 90 points (45C)
Matthew TEKI, Southern Districts, 88 points (32C 8PG)
Kieran KNIGHT, Randwick, 87 points (33C 7PG)
Kevin WEEKS, Southern Districts, 86 points (34C 6PG) (Second Row)
Ellis ABRAHAMS, Manly, 85 points (32C 7PG)
Chris O'DONNELL, Sydney University, 78 points (36C 2PG)
Joshua FRIEND, Sydney University, 75 points (36C 1PG)

Meat Pies
1892 tries have been scored by 603 players (out of 974 players) [62%].
371 players have not tasted a meat pie [38%].
209 players have scored only 1 try.
405 players have scored 2 or more tries.
273 players have scored 3 or more tries.
187 players have scored 4 or more tries.
57 players are averaging better than 1 try per fortnight.

Top Individual Try Scorers
Christian YASSMIN, Sydney University, 23 tries (missed 4 rounds through Injury)
Justin FOURIE, Sydney University, 21 tries
Ben HUGHES, Sydney University, 21 tries
Austin OSAGIE, Manly, 18 tries
Adrian DELORE, Northern Suburbs, 18 tries
Cyril SAWAKI, Southern Districts, 13 tries
Harrison BLAKE, Manly, 12 tries
Josh PETERO, Southern Districts, 12 tries
Matthew HOOD, Sydney University, 12 tries
Edward ELLWOOD-HALL, Warringah, 12 tries

Club Try Scoring
Sydney University, 290 Tries: (129 Colts1, 94 Colts2, 67 Colts3)
Northern Suburbs, 225 Tries: (89 Colts1, 86 Colts2, 50 Colts3)
Southern Districts, 204 Tries: (100 Colts1, 65 Colts2, 39 Colts3)
Manly, 199 Tries: (75 Colts1, 67 Colts2, 57 Colts3)
Eastwood, 173 Tries: (65 Colts1, 70 Colts2, 38 Colts3)
Randwick, 170 Tries: (87 Colts1, 58 Colts2, 25 Colts3)
Parramatta, 142 Tries: (61 Colts1, 44 Colts2, 37 Colts3)
Eastern Suburbs, 135 Tries: (64 Colts1, 41 Colts2, 30 Colts3)
West Harbour, 127 Tries: (46 Colts1, 50 Colts2, 31 Colts3)
Warringah, 97 Tries: (50 Colts1, 28 Colts2, 19 Colts3)
Gordon, 82 Tries: (48 Colts1, 34 Colts2, Colts3)
Penrith, 48 Tries: (22 Colts1, 26 Colts2, Colts3)


Best Attacks or Worst Defences?
836 Tries in 90 Colts1 games (69.6 average per team) [Average of 9.3 tries per game]
663 Tries in 90 Colts2 games (55.3 average per team) [Average of 7.4 tries per game]
393 Tries in 60 Colts3 games (39.3 average per team) [Average of 6.6 tries per game]

The Ducks Bum Award (tries scored by Opposition)
Northern Suburbs, 110 Tries: (55 Colts1, 28 Colts2, 27 Colts3)
Sydney University, 111 Tries: (59 Colts1, 36 Colts2, 16 Colts3)
Southern Districts, 118 Tries: (46 Colts1, 42 Colts2, 30 Colts3)
Eastwood, 127 Tries: (67 Colts1, 41 Colts2, 19 Colts3)
Manly, 127 Tries: (49 Colts1, 39 Colts2, 39 Colts3)
Randwick, 146 Tries: (41 Colts1, 55 Colts2, 50 Colts3)
Eastern Suburbs, 149 Tries: (44 Colts1, 59 Colts2, 46 Colts3)
Parramatta, 172 Tries: (78 Colts1, 46 Colts2, 48 Colts3)
West Harbour, 178 Tries: (63 Colts1, 55 Colts2, 60 Colts3)
Gordon, 180 Tries: (98 Colts1, 82 Colts2)
Warringah, 218 Tries: (84 Colts1, 76 Colts2, 58 Colts3)
Penrith, 256 Tries: (152 Colts1, 104 Colts2)

The Ducks Bum - by Grade. Tries scored against:
Colts 1
Randwick, 41
Eastern Suburbs, 44
Southern Districts, 46
Manly, 49
Northern Suburbs, 55
Sydney University, 59
West Harbour, 63
Eastwood, 67
Parramatta, 78
Warringah, 84
Gordon, 98
Penrith, 152

Colts 2
Northern Suburbs, 28
Sydney University, 36
Manly, 39
Eastwood, 41
Southern Districts, 42
Parramatta, 46
Randwick, 55
West Harbour, 55
Eastern Suburbs, 59
Warringah, 76
Gordon, 82
Penrith, 104

Colts 3
Sydney University, 16
Eastwood, 19
Northern Suburbs, 27
Southern Districts, 30
Manly, 39
Eastern Suburbs, 46
Parramatta, 48
Randwick, 50
Warringah, 58
West Harbour, 60


Players used so far.
Parramatta: 91 players used
Manly: 90 players used
Sydney University: 89 players used
Randwick: 89 players used
Eastern Suburbs: 88 players used
West Harbour: 84 players used
Southern Districts: 84 players used
Eastwood: 83 players used
Warringah: 86 players used
Penrith: 72 players used
Northern Suburbs: 63 players used
Gordon: 55 players used



I believe CHRISTIAN YASSMIN of UNI has been out for 6 weeks not 4. Remarkable effort by the young talent to still be leading the competition in tries. Future superstar
 

Hugh Jarse

Rocky Elsom (76)
Welcome to Gaggerland @Joe Haden.

The Points summary above was for all games up to round 15.

The NSW Rugby Web site has Christian Yassmin playing in all rounds up to and including round 11. He has therefore missed rounds 12, 13, 14, and 15 (and now Round 16 but the summary has yet to be posted for round 16).

I agree that it is a pretty impressive attacking/finishing performance for this young fellow who has also had the good fortune to be on the end of a fairly impressive and well drilled backline attacking unit.
The Deans of Camperdown must be scratching their heads about the defense though as they have leaked 59 tries (the 6th worst defensive record in Colts 1).
 

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Alfred Walker (16)
easts to beat parra - close one
wests to beat penrith - by 20
norths to beat manly in a close one
uni to beat gordon by plenty
wicks to beats rats by plenty
woods to beat sths by 7

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