Dolphin Diaries: U16s fight back to take win

U7s Green: Played St Georges Basin. The Dolphins came back in the last quarter to win 60-44. Jenson Coughlan continued to be a handful for the opposition and earned himself player of the week. Riley Spurway played well. 

SLIPPERY: The Under 16s played host to Gerringong in wet conditions. Dolphins' player Dallas Riley-Burns pushes forward. Photo: JAKKI HAYDOCK

SLIPPERY: The Under 16s played host to Gerringong in wet conditions. Dolphins' player Dallas Riley-Burns pushes forward. Photo: JAKKI HAYDOCK

U7s White: Played Sussex winning 74-24. This was arguably the team’s best performance, the highlight being a committed defensive display from the team. Man of the match Logan Jefferson was in the thick of the action, scoring four tries. 

U9s Green: Played Nowra Warriors at Lyrebird Park. In light rain, the Warriors jumped to an early lead of 20 to 8 at half- time. A strong team effort in defence and great attack by Jarelle, Jaxson and Lucas kept the game  competitive. Nowra won 30 to 16. The coach and parents named the team players of the match.

U14s: Played Collegians. With only 12 players and everyone out of position it was always going to be a struggle. Culburra dug deep but on the wrong end of a 19/3 penalty count and losing another player to the sin bin, the score blew out to 40-6 loss. Best for Culburra were Jeremiah Welsh, Aiden Rowley and Jake Meredith. 

U16s: Host to Gerringong. In wet conditions, Culburra made some errors that proved costly as Gerringong raced to a 10-0 lead. The 16s hit back with two tries and a goal to level the half-time score at 10-10. The second half saw both forward packs giving everything. Culburra struck with 2 tries to seal their win. Both coaches agreed it was a first-class game. Culburra 20-10. Tries to Cameron Haydock, Dallas Riley-Burns, Samiu Tukuafu and Trumelong Reid. Kaleb Stewart kicked 2/4.

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