Under 7 Nowra Warrior Kangaroos win local derby

UNPASSABLE: The Nowra Warriors u10’s show some tough defence, stopping any possible offloads from the opposition.

UNPASSABLE: The Nowra Warriors u10’s show some tough defence, stopping any possible offloads from the opposition.

THERE is another big Saturday planned this weekend for the Nowra Junior Warriors with six Warrior teams again playing at their home ground during round six. 

It should be another great day for the club and it will be looking for canteen volunteers on the day.

All teams have been training hard and are eager to impress on the weekend. 

The u12 Murphy’s Tyrepower team are chasing that elusive win and have plenty of enthusiasm and energy to get it. 

Planning is under way for the club’s 50th anniversary celebrations.

If you would like to contribute please see or call Chris Regan on 0412 233 308. The club will keep you posted in “Talkabout” or view the club’s website. 

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

Play hard, play fair and enjoy your footy.

Go the Warriors.

Results from round five

U12-1 - Stingrays defeated Nowra 20-10

U7-S - Nowra Wallabies defeated Bomaderry Gold 28-20

U7-S - Nowra Kangaroos defeated Bomaderry Blue 20-4

U8-S - Milton Ulladulla Red defeated Nowra Kangaroos 26-14

U10-1 - Milton Ulladulla defeated Nowra 70-nil

U8-S - Batemans Bay defeated Nowra Wallabies 24-18

U9-S - Batemans Bay Black defeated Nowra 30-12

U11-1 - Bye v Nowra

Match of the round

Under 7’s 

Nowra Warrior Kangaroos 20 

Bomaderry Blue 8

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: The 2014 u7 Nowra Warriors Kangaroos enjoying their win over The Bomaderry Swamp Rats in round five

WINNERS ARE GRINNERS: The 2014 u7 Nowra Warriors Kangaroos enjoying their win over The Bomaderry Swamp Rats in round five

THE boys travelled to the other side of the river to take on local rivals the Bomaderry Swamp Rats. 

It was a tough start to the game with Nate Stewart and Kobi Hantis making some damaging tackles causing the Swamp Rats to drop the ball. 

A lot of possession led to the Warriors’ first try with Nate Stewart scooting out wide to score in the corner. 

Elijah Guyatt added a further two points with a top conversion. 

The boys then backed up their fine attack by defending well. 

A well deserved man of the match award went to Dylan Davis Stewart for his solid ground making, tackling and chasing defence. 

All the Warriors tried really hard all game and only conceded two tries. 

Coach Matt Guyatt congratulated all team players for their efforts.

Try scorers were Nate Stewart (2), Braiden Stewart (1), Kobi Hantis (1).

Goal scorers were Elijah Guyatt and Nate Stewart.

Round six draw, Saturday, May 31

Bomaderry Sport Complex

U8-S - Bomaderry v Nowra Kangaroos, 9am

Lyrebird Park Mini

U7-S - Nowra Kangaroos v Berry, 9am

U7-S - Nowra Wallabies v Bomaderry Blue, 9.50am

U8-S - Nowra Wallabies v Milton Ulladulla Blue, 10.40am

U9-S - Nowra v Milton Ulladulla, 11.30am

Lyrebird Park No 1

U11-1 - Nowra v APOF, 10.40am

U12-1 - Nowra v Milton Ulladulla, 11.30am

U10-1 - Bye v Nowra 

SMOOTH MOVES: U8 Nowra Warriors Wallaby Sam Chittleborough scores a cheeky try from dummy half against round five opponents Batemans Bay.

SMOOTH MOVES: U8 Nowra Warriors Wallaby Sam Chittleborough scores a cheeky try from dummy half against round five opponents Batemans Bay.

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