U7 Nowra Warriors Wallabies and Kangaroos celebrate wins

YOUNG GUN: Ultra Tune under 7 Wallaby star Kobie Hantis on his way to six tries in the last round.

YOUNG GUN: Ultra Tune under 7 Wallaby star Kobie Hantis on his way to six tries in the last round.

A WINDY, cool Saturday saw mixed results for the junior Warriors last round.

The u9 and u8 Kangaroos came away with close wins.

Two teams were disappointed not to play due to forfeits, they will be extra keen this week.

The upcoming round has the Warriors looking forward to five home games at Lyrebird Park.

The club’s 50th year anniversary celebration day is getting closer.

The Back to Lyrebird Park Day will be held in conjunction with four home ground games on August 2 starting at 9am until about 1pm.

All past junior Warriors, committee members, parents and supporters, along with club sponsors are invited to join us for a morning of entertaining football, a piece of cake and to help the club celebrate 50 years in junior rugby league. Further information and articles will be posted in Talkabout and on the club’s website leading up to the event.

Please save the date.

Matches of the round

THE future looks bright for the Nowra Warriors with both u7 teams having solid wins in their respective games on the weekend.

The Nowra Kangaroos put in a strong performance to defeat St Georges Basin 40–12.

All players gave it their best in attack and defence.

Nate Stewart showed he is a player to watch by scoring four tries.

He was well supported by his cousin, Braiden Stewart, as well as Elijah Guyatt, Cameron Key and Lachlan Fairweather.

The Nowra Wallabies impressed winning 38-14 over Milton.

Koby Hantis starred, scoring six of the seven game tries.

Riley Doyle scored one try with Charlie Braddick, Kodie Brown and Brodie Annen successful with their goal kicking.

Great defence from Tyler Smart, Preston Cowan and Rhory Jones saw minimal points conceded.

Coaches Matt Guyatt and Danny Byrne-Budd are proud of both teams and impressed with efforts week in, week out.

They are pleased that the boys are enjoying their season with many of them only starting rugby league this year.

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.

TEAM SUPREME: South Coast Orthopaedic Clinic under 7 Kangaroos celebrate a solid 40-12 win over St Georges Basin on Saturday.

TEAM SUPREME: South Coast Orthopaedic Clinic under 7 Kangaroos celebrate a solid 40-12 win over St Georges Basin on Saturday.

Results from round 11

U7-S - Nowra Wallabies defeated Milton Ulladulla 38-14 

U7-S - Nowra Kangaroos defeated St Georges Basin White 40-12

U8-S - Nowra Kangaroos defeated Berry 30-26

U8-S - Nowra Wallabies defeated Bomaderry 14-6

U9-S - Nowra defeated Bomaderry 24-22

U10-1 - Gerringong v Nowra - loss due to forfeit

U11-1 - Stingrays defeated Nowra 52-nil

U12-1 - Nowra v Batemans Bay - Nowra won due to forfeit

Round 12 draw for Saturday, July 19

Lyrebird Park Mini

U8-S Nowra Kangaroos v Milton Ulladulla Red, 9am

U8-S Nowra Wallabies v Batemans Bay, 9.50am

U9-S Nowra v Batemans Bay Black, 10.40am

Lyrebird Park No 1

U10-1 Nowra v Milton Ulladulla, 9.50am

U12-1 Nowra v Stingrays, 10.40am

Francis Ryan Reserve

U7-S St Georges Basin Red v Nowra Kangaroos, 9am

U7-S St Georges Basin White v Nowra Wallabies, 9.50am

U11-1 Nowra v Bye

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