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(Wyong 27 Terrigal 20). Tries: B.
Butler, W. Meehan, J. Mathews, R. Stephen, C. Turei. Goals:
T. Bowman, R. Stephen. Well another great win. It was a hard game
to pick the man of the match, but I went for Rory. Scoring a try,
kicking a goal and tackled well as did the whole team. Jake made some
fantastic tackels. All in all you all played well. Sorry Jacob and Nathan
couldn’t play they were sick. Special thanks to Debbie, Peter, Jodie,
Warren and all the ladies for their help not only with the game but in the
canteen and barbie.
(Wyong 5 The Entrance 5)
Tries: R. Stephen. Oh
boy what a game! The play went from one end to the other before Rory
scored. Then some weak defence let The Entrance score then the play went
from one end to the other for the last 10 minutes. You all played well but
the man of the match went to Ben Killen with the runner up going to Tyson
Campbell and there is a pat on the back for Nathan playing with his crook
leg. Many thanks to Warren (water boy) or shall I say OLD BOY! Peter and
Debbie for scoring and Jodie the jumper washer. Carol Kelso would like to
thank all player and parents for their get well wishes
The 7/1's had a good win against Umina on
Saturday with a final score of 41-18. The team played very well with some good passing, running and
tackling, and as usual, the game was played with good sportsmanship. Rory
Stephen played an excellent game in support
play and scored two excellent tries. Ben Butler scored 3 tries, and Jacob
Mifsub scored two while Ben Killen and Jake Matthews both scored a try
Willis Meehan was given the "Man of the
Match" award with some excellent tackles. Brendan Pateman also had a terrific game and was
given a "Special Match Award". Tyson Campbell, Nathan
Wilde and Ben Killen made some excellent tackles while Thomas
a great conversion. Thanks boys and keep
up the good work.
The 7/1's had another good win on Saturday, this
time against the previously unbeaten North Lakes. The team played very well with some good passing, running and
tackling, and in an extremely entertaining game ran out close victors
20-18. Jake Matthews played an excellent game with some hard running which
netted him three excellent tries. Ben Butler scored the other try, and was
unlucky to be either pulled down or pushed into touch to stop him scoring
a few more.
Willis Meehan kept up his usual high work rate with some excellent tackles
and big busts "up the middle". Ben Killen made quite a few
telling tackles, while Jacob Mifsud made some great tackles in the third
quarter and threatened to break free on a number of occasions. The boys are
just learning about off-loads, and there was quite a few terrific
"back-up plays" during the game. Thomas, Brendan, Rory and
Nathan also gave of their best, and all in all the boys should be very
proud of their effort.
This long-awaited game was finally played on the
7th July, and was a disappointing loss to the young roos. They weren't
helped by not having a referee ready to take the game, but luckily Craig
Wheatley from the Kincumber side offered to take the 'whistle' (although
we didn't even have a whistle).
The 7/1's had another good win on Saturday, this
time against Erina away from home. The final score was 23-10. The team
kept up their improvement with some good passing, running and tackling. Ben
Butler played a good game with some fast running and evasiveness and scored three excellent tries. Ben
Killeen scored a try, and was joined in the scoring list by Jake Matthews,
while Jacob Mifsub kicked a drop goal conversion. Some great tackles by
the team stopped Erina scoring on a number of occasions.
Ben Killen was man of the match, and Willis Meehan was given best supporting
player. Rory Stephen was captain for the day and was ably supported by
Thomas Bowman, Brendan Pateman, and
The mighty 7/1s suffered their first defeat at
the hands of the Toukley Hawks. Final score and match report to come.
After four hard games during the Vic Saunders
Carnival, you could be excused for thinking the mighty 7/1s would be a bit
tired, but a 49-18 win over Terrigal at Brendan Franklin Oval showed that
they still had a lot of energy. Ben Butler scored 5 runaway tries and
kicked a goal, while Willis Meehan scored 2 blockbusting tries and a goal,
followed by Rory Stephen also with 2 quick-stepping tries and a goal. The
7-1s were grateful for backup from their 7-2 mates, with Jack Waddell,
Patrick O'Neil and Angus Mitchell showing they also had enough energy to
back up. Not to be outdone Ben Killeen, Thomas Bowman and Ben Butler then
backed up for the 8-1s to get a taste of football is like with the
"big boys". Well Done boys a terrific effort.
Report to come.
The game against Umina at Erina Oval started
perfectly for the Roos. Straight from the kickoff Ben Butler caught the
ball on the full then proceeded to evade the defence to score under the
posts. Considering the boys were playing one player short the effort they
put up was nothing short of terrific. Even when they trailed by one point
at the second break the boys would not give up. The ran out worthy winners
47-26 with Ben Butler scoring 4 tries, Jake Matthews 2 tries, Jacob Mifsud
2 tries and Rory Stephen 1 try. Jacob Mifsud then proceeded to kick two
goals and Willis Meehan kicked one goal. Man of the Match was Ben Butler,
with Willis Meehan also getting an award. A terrific in cold and trying