Bomaderry swamp their opponents

IT was a super Saturday last weekend for the Swamp Rats with all teams victorious in each age group.

TRY TIME: Under seven Bomaderry player Toby Dyball makes a great run.

TRY TIME: Under seven Bomaderry player Toby Dyball makes a great run.

The club is proud of all its players.

The Swamp Rats youngsters were first to kick off with IGA Bomaderry under 7 Gold team playing club mates ANJ Fabrication under 7 Blue team.

A highly entertaining match was played and great sportsmanship being displayed on and off the field.

Club officials were very impressed with both teams.

Kynan Miller scored first for the Blue team and then Toby Dyball hit back for the Golds when he scored a try and kicked the conversion and this gave the Gold team a 6-4 lead.

Then Kynan hit back scoring again but it wasn't long before Cooper Carson hit back scoring for the Golds.

Brayden Whitford made a break in play and scored a try then went onto convert the goal to put the Blues back in front.

However, just before the third quarter Toby Dyball scored a great runaway try to have both teams equal on 14-all.

It looked like the game was going to end up a draw but with only 10 minutes remaining speedster Toby Dyball took charge made a break in play to score his third runaway try for the game and give the gold team an 18-14 win.

Great effort by all players who had the crowd on their feet right until the final bell.

The Shoalhaven Embroidery under 15.1s played a strong and dominated Woonona in all aspects of the game.

The talents of Drew Gough were on display when he scored a hat trick of tries in his sides 32-4 win.

Centre Arepa Ponga-Old scored two great tries out wide and when the Swamp Rats continued to offload this frustrated Woonona.

Talon Stewart continued to dominate when he made a break in play to score a runaway try.

Tyson Simpson manoeuvred his way through the defence before putting on a brilliant side step which delivered the final blow.

Jamie King converted two goals during the game and this was a great performance by the team.

The Bomaderry Hotel under 11s recorded a hard fought 20-16 win over Batemans Bay.

Brody Davoodi scored two great runaway tries for the Swamp Rats.

Adam Kirwin manoeuvred his way around the defence to score and convert a try.

Jordan Mitchell had too much pace after side stepping around the opposition to score his try and Alden Johnston converted the goal.

ANJ Fabrications under 10's played out a 16-all draw against Albion Park.

The Swamp Rats had a 10-nil lead at halftime after Drue Johnston out classed the defence to score two great tries.

Albion Park hit back, but it wasn't long before Ashton Burns put the Swamp Rats back in front when he scored out wide and Jeramiah Welsh converted the goal but the Tigers hit back to even things up just as the full time siren sounded.

Well done the Swamp Rats under 10's.

The Bomaderry Bowling club under 12's travelled to Kiama and won 26-8.

First to score was Brad McGillick when he received an off load near the try line to score out wide.

Jake Locke had too much class manoeuvring his way around the opposition to score two tries and convert one goal.

Speedster Joel Horgan received two good off loads from team mates to score a double and Mitchell Allen made a break in play to score a run away try.

The Mammas Italian Kitchen under 9s had a big win over St Georges Basin 44-10.

Ryan Jarman was outstanding busting through the defence all game to score a hat trick of tries and converted a goal.

Riley Sims and Kyeden Booth were unstoppable scoring two tries each and both converted a goal.

Luke Kirwin's brilliant side step gave him a gap in the defence to run through and score then went onto convert the goal.

Jacob Flentjar and Jayden Cooper-Saunders kicked a goal during the game and it was super effort team.

The Nowra Cranes under 8s defeated St Georges Basin 20-16.

Riley Ingram was too strong busting through the defence to score two super tries, while Kyle Munro made a break in play down the side line and scored.

Max Beck scored his first try for the Swamp Rats after working his way through the defence, which he converted.

Charlie Fuller also converted a try during the game.

The Manildra Group under 14s went down to play Milton Ulladulla for their game and won 22-10.

Speedster Jack McDonell scored a double during the game, while Austin Thompson and Jackson Foster both scored a try and Cohan Simpson converted three tires during the game.

Another big day will be held tomorrow for the Swamp Rats with eight teams playing at home.

Meanwhile, don’t forget the the club will be holding 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.

For more information contact the president Steve on 0403591014 or log onto our website for all the latest information results and game day photographs or visit our Facebook page Bomaderry Swamp Rats for all your latest up to date information.

Go the Swampies.


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