Home games ahead for Nowra Warriors

TOO QUICK: Under 12’s Nowra Warrior Sam Tukuafu makes a break during his team’s valiant loss to Gerringong in last weekend’s junior League round.

TOO QUICK: Under 12’s Nowra Warrior Sam Tukuafu makes a break during his team’s valiant loss to Gerringong in last weekend’s junior League round.

THE Nowra Warrior juniors are gearing up for a big game day this Saturday with six Warrior teams playing at home.  

It will be a test for the new 2014 committee, who warmly welcome opposition teams and supporters to Lyrebird Park this weekend. 

The committee will be looking for parent volunteers to work the canteen and barbeque, so if you are available, please see a committee member or team coach.

New club supporter shirts and club merchandise are available for purchase.

See the club website for details or view in the club canteen.

Results from round three:

10-1 - Warilla 32 defeated Nowra 14 

7-S - Nowra Kangaroos 44 (unrecorded) defeated Nowra Wallabies 14 

12-1 - Gerringong 18 defeated Nowra 6 

8-S - Nowra Kangaroos 26 defeated St Georges Basin 14 

11-1 Milton Ulladulla 30 defeated Nowra 12

8-S Milton Ulladulla Red 38 defeated Nowra Wallabies 10

9-S Batemans Bay Gold 24 defeated Nowra 6

POWER MOVE: Under 12 Nowra Warrior Zeb Maddinson steam rolls over the top of a Gerringong opponent last weekend.

POWER MOVE: Under 12 Nowra Warrior Zeb Maddinson steam rolls over the top of a Gerringong opponent last weekend.

Match of the round

LAST Saturday saw the under 9's Nowra Warriors travel to Batemans Bay. 

The game was an extremely physical one, with players from both teams suffering a number of injuries throughout the game.

The final score was 24-6, a win to Batemans Bay, but it did not reflect the effort, sportsmanship, heart and determination that the Warrior players exhibited throughout the game. 

The only try was scored by Jordan Searle and it was successfully converted by Bailey Van Den Hooven.

The boys played to their assigned positions and made use of developing offloading skills. 

Timothy Hopkins was amazing with a number of ankle tackles, one of which left the other player without his shoe.

There were a number of outstanding players throughout the match. 

Proud coach Dennis Wellington, although happy with all of his boys, named Connor Robson (number 1) and William Daly (number 12) as the winners of the players’ player award.

Thank you to all the parents and supporters that travelled to Batemans Bay with the boys. 

It was great to have our own cheer squad.

For the latest information, results and game photographs log on to www.nowrawarriorsjrl.sportingpulse.net

Play hard, play fair this weekend.

Go the Warrior’s.

Round four draw for Saturday, May 17 

Lyrebird Park Mini

7-S - Nowra Kangaroos v Bomaderry Gold, 9am

8-S - Nowra Kangaroos v Berry, 9.50am

8-S - Nowra Wallabies v Bomaderry, 10.40am

9-S - Nowra v Bomaderry, 11.30am

Lyrebird Park No 1

10-1 - Nowra v Gerringong, 9.50am

11-1 - Nowra v Stingrays, 10.40am

Bomaderry Sporting Complex

12-1 - Bomaderry v Nowra, 9.50am

Ulladulla Sports Mini

7-S - Milton Ulladulla Red v Nowra Wallabies, 9.30am

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