Bomaderry Swamp Rats battle the cold

TRY SCORER: Bomaderry Swamp Rats’ Tigh Fordham scores a try in his side’s 34-14 win over Sussex Inlet.

TRY SCORER: Bomaderry Swamp Rats’ Tigh Fordham scores a try in his side’s 34-14 win over Sussex Inlet.

COLD and windy conditions were what Bomaderry Swamp Rats players had to content with for round 11 of junior league last weekend.

ANJ Fabrications under 7 blue team kicked off precedings in fine style defeating Sussex Inlet 34-14.

Brayden Whitfield was too strong powering his way towards the try line to score twice and converted one try.

Kynan Miller had too much pace, racing away to score a double both times out wide.

Jarrah Thomas ran the full length of the field to score right under the post.

Tigh Fordham ran through a gap in the defence to score a try with Taris Butler running around the defence to score his first try out wide for the Swamp Rats.

Eric Shaw took charge and raced around the defence to score out wide.

Great teamwork was on display from all team members.

Shoalhaven Embroidery under 15's travelled to Wonoona and pounced, thrashing the opposition 50-10.

Tyson Simpson was in superb form scoring a hat-trick of tries and making six conversions.

Talon Stewart scored two great tries and was good in defence.

Drew Gough manoeuvred his way through the defence to score a try, Zac Remnant made a great break out wide to run down the sideline and score.

Rory Archer scored his first try of the season after coming back from an injury and celebrated in fine style with a post try dance.

Jack Rombouts converted Rory's try and when Jordan Dickie made a break in play to charge through and score he brought the team total to half a century.

Bomaderry Hotel under 11's travelled to Flinders Field to take on Stingrays and came away with a 30-10 victory.

Brody Davoodi was in fine form scoring a hat-trick of tries.

Alden Johnston played well scoring a double and converted a try during the game.

Adam Kirwin manoeuvred his way around the opposition to score a try and went on to add the extra points.

Troy Wilson converted a try during the game.

Bomaderry Bowling Club under 12's played out a close encounter against Warilla.

Jake Locke was in great form, sealing victory and claiming his third try of the day for the Swampies when in the dying minutes of the game he worked his way around the defence to charge towards the try line to reach out and score the final try.

When Ben Lymbery converted the try he claimed a 22-18 win.

Earlier in the game Joel Horgan also scored a try.

Mammas Italian Kitchen under 9's went down in a narrow 24-22 loss against Nowra.

Luke Kirwin and Ryan Jarman scored a double each for the Swampies and both converted one try.

Lachlan Bartley converted a try during the game.

IGA Bomaderry under 7 Gold team played well but were defeated by Culburra 32-20.

Cooper Carson and Toby Dyball scored two tries each and both converted a goal super effort boys.

Nowra Cranes under 8's were defeated by Nowra 14-6.

Kyle Munro scored the only try for the Swamp Rats and added the extra points.

Manildra Group under 14's started well in their game against Collegians.

Tyson Marshall was first to score after he charged through the line of defence to score a try.

Austin Thompson was next to score when he found a gap in the defence to run through and score.

Lachlan Frew made a move from dummy half to score and Craig Davis manoeuvred his way around the defence to score.

Cohan Simpson converted three goals for the game but Collegians hit back and were eventual winners, defeating Bomaderry 34-22.

Cookes Truck and Tyre Center under 16's were defeated by Albion Park 32-8.

Tristan Wisniewski and Caleb Thompson both scored fantastic tries out wide for the Swamp Rats.

IGA North Bomaderry under 13's were defeated by Albion Park 66-4.

Ky Sims was the only try scorer for the Swamp Rats.

ANJ Fabrications under 10's were defeated by St Georges Basin 30-20.

The club will hold a trivia night on Saturday, July 26 starting at 6.30pm at the Bomaderry RSL Club.

Cost is $10 per person with tables of eight.

This will be a great night filled with laughter, challenges and the odd game or two.

This is the last chance to order club merchandise for this season including hoodies, jackets, polos and sports bags.

Check out all items at the canteen.

For more information, contact the club president Steve on 0403 591 014, log onto the website http://swampies.leaguenet.com.au, or visit the Facebook page Bomaderry Swamp Rats.

Go the Swampies.

Draw Round 12 Saturday 19th July

U7's Bomaderry Gold v Milton Ulladulla, 9am, Bomaderry Sporting Complex

U7’s Bomaderry Blue v Culburra, 9am, Culburra /Crookhaven Park

U8’s Bomaderry v Milton Blue, 9.50am, Ulladulla Sports

U9’s  Bomaderry v Milton, 10.40am, Ulladulla Sports

U10-2 Bomaderry v Stingrays Gold, 9.50am, Bomaderry Sporting Complex

U11-2 Bomaderry v Stingrays Gold, 10.40am, Bomaderry Sporting Complex

U12-2 Bomaderry v APOF, 11.30am, Bomaderry Sporting Complex

U13-1 Bomaderry v Stingrays, 11.30am, Flinders Field No 1

U14-1 Bomaderry v Corrimal, 11.30am, Ziems Park No 2

U15-1 Bomaderry v Warilla, 12.20pm, Bomaderry Sporting Complex

U16-1 Bomaderry v Culburra, 11.50am, Culburra /Crookhaven Park

BREAKOUT: Bomaderry u7 player Jarrah Thomas runs the full length of the field to score his try.

BREAKOUT: Bomaderry u7 player Jarrah Thomas runs the full length of the field to score his try.

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