THE Nowra Warrior spirit was alive and well last round at their home ground, Lyrebird Park.
The Bomaderry Sheet Metal Under 10 Warriors played their match of the season taking on Warilla in a competitive, crowd-pleasing game.
The warriors held their own fielding only seven players and narrowly going down to Warilla 34-20.
Once again the boys played with their hearts and are proud ambassadors and a credit to the values of The Nowra Warrior Junior Rugby League Club.
The club appreciates the work of coach Sam Yorke and the support behind the team.
Congratulations to all teams who played round 10.
The club also acknowledges the consistency of the u7 Kangaroos and u8 Wallabies, while the improved u11’s have now risen to a fourth place position on their respective ladder.
There will be a game break this week with training to start again on the week starting July 7.
For the latest information, results and game photographs log onto www.nowrawarriorsjrl.sportingpulse.net or like the club on Facebook.
Play hard, play fair and enjoy your footy.
Go the Warriors.
U12-1 Gerringong defeated Nowra 30-6
U7-S Nowra Wallabies defeated Culburra 26-22
U8-S Nowra Wallabies defeated Milton Ulladulla Red 24-18
U8-S Nowra Kangaroos defeated St Georges Basin 18-12
U9-S Batemans Bay Gold defeated Nowra 34-10
U10-1 Warilla defeated Nowra 34-20
U11-1 Milton Ulladulla defeated Nowra 30-18
U7-S Nowra Kangaroos defeated Milton Ulladulla 28-10