Nowra Warriors show never give up attitude

RUNAWAY: Nowra Warriors Under 8 Kangaroo Isaiah Falzon makes a break during his round four match at lyrebird Park.

RUNAWAY: Nowra Warriors Under 8 Kangaroo Isaiah Falzon makes a break during his round four match at lyrebird Park.

THERE was mixed results for all junior Nowra Warrior teams on the weekend with six Warrior teams playing at their home ground. 

All teams played well and showed plenty of heart along with the proud Warrior never give up attitude. 

The grounds looked professional and perfect to play on. 

Overall it was a great day for the club. 

Thank you to all involved from line markers and ground managers to canteen volunteers, cooks and raffle sellers. 

The committee members and coaches have now received their Nowra Warriors JRLFC club shirts. 

The club appreciate the support and sponsorship of Murphy’s Tyrepower, Matt Dwyer Metal Roofing Specialist and Bomaderry Towbar Centre. 

These businesses kindly provided the money for these shirts.

Play hard, play fair and enjoy your footy.

Go the Warriors.

NEVER GIVES UP: Nowra Warrior under 10’s player Kaijen Johnson shows the never give up Warrior attitude in his round four game.

NEVER GIVES UP: Nowra Warrior under 10’s player Kaijen Johnson shows the never give up Warrior attitude in his round four game.

Results from round four:

U12-1 Bomaderry defeated Nowra 10-8

U7-S Nowra Kangaroos defeated Bomaderry Gold 30-4

U8-S Berry defeated Nowra Kangaroos 22-16 

U8-S Nowra Wallabies defeated Bomaderry 44-8

U9-S Bomaderry defeated Nowra 32-14 

U10-1 Gerringong defeated Nowra 58-6 

U11-1 Stingrays 54 defeated Nowra 54-nil 

U7-S Milton Ulladulla Red defeated Nowra Wallabies 30-22. 

Match of the round

A closely fought round four battle saw the under 12 Bomaderry Swamp Rats take the win 10-8 in their match against the Murphy’s Tyrepower Nowra Warrior Under 12’s last weekend. 

Warrior try scorers Jacob Carpenter-McCoy and Michael Walker kept the Warriors in the game, but the missed conversions would have proved to be the game winning points the team were looking for. 

The team’s organised play, neat defence and fair sportsmanship again shone through, pleasing all that enjoyed watching the entertaining football game.

The Nowra Warriors club and team coach, Ritchie Luland, are particularly proud of all the under 12 Warrior players who are playing in the A competition. 

With so many recent close games, a win is just a week or two away.

The Warriors thanked the Bomaderry Swamp Rats for their sportsmanship, particularly at the completion of the game. 

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

IT’S MINE: Nowra Warriors under 11’s player Jonah Longbottom wrestles with the defence eager to gain any ground during the round four match last weekend.

IT’S MINE: Nowra Warriors under 11’s player Jonah Longbottom wrestles with the defence eager to gain any ground during the round four match last weekend.

Round four draw, Saturday, May 24 

Flinders Field Mod

U12-1 Stingrays v Nowra at noon  

Bomaderry Sport Mini

U7-S Bomaderry Gold v Nowra Wallabies at 9am

U7-S Bomaderry Blue v Nowra Kangaroos at 9.50am 

Ulladulla Sports Mini

U8-S Milton Ulladulla Red v Nowra Kangaroos at 9.50am 

Ulladulla Sports No 1

U10-1 Milton Ulladulla v Nowra at 9am 

Mackay Park

U8-S Batemans Bay v Nowra Wallabies at 9am

U9-S Batemans Bay Black v Nowra at 10.40am 

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