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WA FMG Premier Grade 2021

ForceFan

Dick Tooth (41)
Semi Finals - Teams

Kalamunda vs Perth Bayswater – 3:30pm
Harvey Field

Kalamunda

1 Malakai Tuipulotu 2 Benjamin Solomona3 Kieran Hogg 4 Caleb Marr 5 Henare Houkamau 6 Awatea Papuni-Tapa 7 Linton Horsburgh 8 Max Sawers 9 Jack Weir 10 Keano Van Dieman 11 Usaia Ralulu 12 Tearoa Koiatu 13 Kitione Nairuba 14 Reihana Sugden 15 Evan Jordan

Perth Bayswater
1 Benjamin Buist 2 Dante Tatafu 3 Iona Vili 4 Jacob Buist (C) 5 Brandon Olow 6 Joseph Annan 7 Aidan Mcdonagh 8 Otunuku Pauta 9 Joshua Stops 10 Otumaka Mausia (VC) 11 Simon Hrbek 12 Tavish Meade 13 Samuel Beard 14 Samuela George 15 Andrew Ramsden

Wests Scarborough vs Wanneroo – 3:30pm
Sir Charles Court Reserve

West Scarborough
1 Nicholas Mclennan (C) 2 Ford Hemi 3 Christopher Kidd 4 Liam Clews 5 Sean Flatman 6 Chris Tuatara 7 Simione Vuetiverata 8 Paul Hamber 9 Rory Walker 10 Walter Koteka 11 Zachary Barrett 12 Jesse Rihari 13 Joshua Tinomana 14 Kauri Tipene-Grace 15 Lewis Walker

Wanneroo
1 Andre Roux 2 Scott Cornell 3 Maui Te Tana 4 Kyle Seear 5 Bradley Campbell 6 Brayden Karangaroa 7 Darcy Hinkley 8 Mark Cornell (VC) 9 Jared Deacon 10 Ethan Reilly 11 Justin Talemaira 12 Andrew King © 13 Porikapa Tukaki 14 Jaylen Grey 15 Jordan Grattan

Cottesloe vs UWA – 3:30pm
Harvey Field

Cottesloe
1 Adam Fullgrabe 2 Andrew Ready 3 Kaisa Reidy 4 Hugh Huppatz 5 Zane Herrick 6 Peter Kimlin 7 Cohen Masson 8 Tobias Hoskins 9 Rory Edwards 10 Jack McDermott 11 Tommy Fifitatovo 12 Panashe Kamhara 13 Gregory Jackson 14 Alec Fontalvo 15 Scott Nichol

UWA
1 Reginald Churchward 2 Harrison Scoble 3 Thomas Wilson 4 Hendricus van der Heyden 5 Jack Bromley 6 Jordie Bungard 7 Connor O'Sullivan 8 Ben Taylor 9 Brendan Vorster 10 Rory O'Sullivan 11 Jean-Charl Smith 12 Caleb Young 13 Michael Beatty 14 Aidan Higo 15 Hamish Hall

Nedlands vs Palmyra – 3:30pm
Sir Charles Court Reserve

Nedlands
1 Tukiterangi Raimona 2 Sam Kupa-Tinielu 3 Tom Sheminant 4 Drake Robson 5 Zantanamaud Pomare-Tutagalevao 6 Ryan Townsend 7 Antonio Kiri Kiri 8 Aidan Lee 9 Nathan Roberts 10 Sheldon Tarawa 11 James Petherick 12 Jackson Neilson 13 Justin Zietsman 14 Finn O'Callaghan 15 Kauri Cudd

Palmyra
1 Tuhoe Mahaki 2 Sioeli Vaituulala 3 Piersen Kennington 4 Hendrik De Wet 5 Andrew Sanders 6 Jackson Pugh 7 Tyron Law 8 Dylan Cunningham 9 Reece Anapu 10 Jack McGregor 11 Marcus Arrindell 12 Leighton Short (C) 13 Trey Moloney 14 Christopher Miller 15 Manihera Eden
 

ForceFan

Dick Tooth (41)
FMG Finals - Sat 11 September - Hartfield Reserve

10:30 Colts/U18 - Joondalup 26:19 Kalamunda
11:30 3rd Grade - Coastal Cavaliers 36:17 Palmyra
12:15 Women's Grade - Wanneroo 12:16 Cottesloe
12:30 3rd Grade - Associates 10:8 Perth Bayswater
14:00 Res Grade - Nedlands 21:13 Associates
14:00 Res Grade - Perth Bayswater 10:21 Wanneroo
14:30 Championship - Wests Scarborough 60:43 Kalamunda
15:45 Premiership - Cottesloe 19:14 Palmyra (3peat to Cottesloe)
 
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Teh Other Dave

Alan Cameron (40)
Shit. Straight sets? At least no Neddies or Soaks.



I still don't understand splitting the premiership and championship.
 

ForceFan

Dick Tooth (41)
Shit. Straight sets? At least no Neddies or Soaks.



I still don't understand splitting the premiership and championship.

It was all about addressing the issue between the top division and the lower division as there was no Club support for a relegation process.

Gives a chance for the developing community teams to mix it with the top teams and if they are good enough then they could be in the top 6 teams to play off for the Premiership with final order depending upon performance over the last 5 rounds before the finals.

It worked this year as normally Associates would be still in the top division - despite the poor performance.

Unfortunately, the change was made at the same time as a major down-turn in the WA mining industry and the axing of the Western Force so player numbers were decimated.

Still a work in progress but has significant issues that are unlikely to be addressed until after these Covid times.
The top clubs still have more $$s to throw around than the outer-suburb clubs.

Junior Rugby development is working well as attested by the Wallabies squad visits last week.
One significant development is the North Coast club that has started in Butler (nthn growth area) starting at Under 6's to Under 16’s with a goal to field teams through to colts in 2023.
 
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ForceFan

Dick Tooth (41)
Junior Grand Final Results

Friday, 17th of September – Kingsway Sporting Complex

U14 Girls – West Scarborough 0 def by Wanneroo 29
U17 Girls – ARKs 5 def by Wests Scarborough 26

Saturday, 18th of September – Rockingham Rugby Club, Lark Hill

U12 – Rockingham 24 def by Kalamunda 47
U13 – Joondalup Brothers 20 def by Southern Lions 24
U14 – Associates 17 def by Rockingham 19
U15 – Wanneroo 7 def by Perth Bayswater 18
U16 – Joondalup Brothers 15 def by North Coast 19
U18 – Nedlands 17 def by Joondalup 20

Growth appears to be mostly in the outer suburbs.
 

Teh Other Dave

Alan Cameron (40)
Junior Grand Final Results

Friday, 17th of September – Kingsway Sporting Complex

U14 Girls – West Scarborough 0 def by Wanneroo 29
U17 Girls – ARKs 5 def by Wests Scarborough 26

Saturday, 18th of September – Rockingham Rugby Club, Lark Hill

U12 – Rockingham 24 def by Kalamunda 47
U13 – Joondalup Brothers 20 def by Southern Lions 24
U14 – Associates 17 def by Rockingham 19
U15 – Wanneroo 7 def by Perth Bayswater 18
U16 – Joondalup Brothers 15 def by North Coast 19
U18 – Nedlands 17 def by Joondalup 20

Growth appears to be mostly in the outer suburbs.
That makes sense, it's where most of the expats live. I take it they're not all playing at Britannia anymore?
 
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