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PREMIER DIVISION: First Grade

The Griffin Legal John I Dent cup premier division first grade has hit the midpoint of the season, with table position and results really starting to matter. Just two fixtures were played this past weekend with Gungahlin, Queanbeyan and Tuggeranong all on a bye. The first of the two match ups saw another repeat of the 2017 Grand Final between Royals and Wests. Royals opened their account in the eighth minute, blindside flanker Dean Paragalli able to slip by his defender on the left flank and dive over for a beautiful score, which Pedro Rolando converted from the touch line. Lincoln Smith snuck through the Wests defence in the 17th minute to double the Royals advantage before Rolando added a conversion and a penalty. The score 17-0 at the half. After the break, the champs turned up the power, adding two tries through their dominate pack before Seth Going finished a length of the field breakaway try to kill of the game. With five to play, Royals players and fans alike were treated to a special moment, captain and club legend Ben Johnston got over for the final score, his first since returning to the side. The final score, 43-0.

The other game in Round 10 saw Uni-Norths travel to Easts. Easts were in good spirits going into the game after touching up Wests in the previous round while the Owls were also buoyed by a win over Gungahlin. It took the Owls just one minute to stamp their authority on the game, the impressive Ben Love racing over to give the visitors a 7-0 lead. Easts responded in the 12th minute to level the scoring before Uni pounced to restore their seven-point advantage. However, Easts returned the favour again, scoring in the 35th minute to draw level with the Owls. After Uni-Norths added a pair of penalty goals, the teams traded tries once again, the visitors third of the day coming in the 47th minute with Easts’ reply coming five minutes later through Mees Erasmus. The scores resting at 21-27, the result was far from cemented going into the last quarter of the game. Uni-Norths got a scrum on Easts five and pushed the home side over the whitewash, Ben Love able to dot down for his second of the day. Easts added a beautiful try after the 80th minutes, but the result was sealed. A massive win for the Owls away from home.

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PREMIER DIVISION - FIRST GRADE 3.15pm, Nicholls Enclosed

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Ray Dobson Alex Small Scott Meakins Oscar Cunningham Marc Berthalot Jake Helgesen Sam O’Leary Rutikha Ilolahia Mitch Ward Josh Gillard Jamie Kotz Mitch Connolly Ali Ngahe Jesse Kemp Luke Duffey

COACH: Dan Atkins

THE LAST TIME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Sione Taufui Sione Lolohea Joel Penders Will Morrison Robbie Hogg Alex Verass Dean Paragalli Richi Mariota Ben Brown Pedro Rolando Hayden Egerton Liam Simonnson Lincoln Smith Seth Going Ben Johnson (c)

COACH: Wayne Southwell CELEBRITY TIPS: Matt Damon (Star of the rugby movie ‘Invictus’)

- ROYALS -

Royals claimed a comprehensive 38-5 win over the Gungahlin Eagles the last time these two sides met. The game, played in Round 3, saw the Eagles compete well for the 80 minutes without ever getting the results on the scoresheet as Royals finishing quality saw them rack up a score, including three tries to Faalelei Sione.

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PREMIER DIVISION

V COLTS

SECOND GRADE

11.50am, Nicholls Enclosed

1.10pm, Nicholls Enclosed

1. Apenisa Driti 2. Ben Wilson 3. Junior Soli 4. Tully Keegan 5. Liam Bashford 6. Connor Jones 7. Nick Rumble 8. Max Swanenberg 9. Matt Clifton 10. Hendrix Beazley 11. Liam Elliot 12. Davey Williams 13. Iai Taupeamuhu 14. Nathan Kelly 15. Sam Hyland

1. Andy Scheele 1. Steve Tora 2. James Pearson 2. Rian Murphy 3. Andrew Rice 3. Chris Grierson 4. Jack Houston 4. Peter Jeppeson 5. Brayton Revell 5. Ben McGee 6. Oliver Miller 6. Andrew Cathie 7. Sam Villata 7. Ethan Jones 8. Tom Iles 8. Lachie Staib 9. Tom Hallam 9. Jonny Pawa 10. Judd Kerrison 10. Dan Garner 11. Ben Cassie 11. Jacob Patmore 12. Harry Quinlan 12. Mick Nicholas 13. Tyler Meredith-Brown 13. Adam Rummery 14. Luci Finoti 14. Josh Watson 15. Luke Nagle 15. Isaac Walker

1. James Bundy 2. Michael Andrew-Copsy 3. Sione Mau 4. Eddie Powell 5. Hugh Cowan 6. TBA 7. Jacob Mann 8. Sam Ulavalu 9. Brady Spackman 10. Sam Ross 11. Ben Carlile 12. Nick Tankey 13. Doug Lancaster 14. Eugene Haigh 15. Nick Jervis-Hamilton

COACH: Troy Atkins

COACH: A Smith/P Maguire

COACH: Mick Burrows, Nigel Mulipola & Paul Driver

COACH: Glen Carey

THE LAST TIME Royals swept the Eagles aside in second grade the last time they met in Round 3, Royals scoring some brilliant tries to win 45 – 7. The Eagles colts charges had a better turn out winning 17-14 in a hard-fought game.

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Griffin Legal John I Dent Cup Team of the Week - Round 10 1. Ben Alexander (Uni-Norths) 2. Samuel Samuelu (Easts) 4

3. Mees Erasmus (Easts)

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4. Will Morrison (Royals) 5. Alex Veraas (Royals)

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6. Dean Paragalli (Royals) 7. Junior Monu (Easts) 8. Ben Love (Uni-Norths) 2 9. Hamish Dawson (Uni-Norths) 10. Tom Gilmore (Uni-Norths) 11. Callum Richardson (Uni-Norths) 12. Mils Finau (Wests) 13. Lincoln Smith (Royals) 14. George Morseu (Easts)

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15. Ben Johnston (Royals) 2 = Number of 2018 Nominations

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NEXT ROUND FIXTURES Saturday 23 June 2018 Premier Division (all grades) – Round 12

Easts vs Wests (Griffith Oval) Vikings vs Gungahlin (Viking Park) Queanbeyan vs Uni-Norths (David Campese)

First Division: First Grade – Round 10

Royals vs ADFA (Dowsett Oval) – 21 June Easts/RMC vs Gungahlin (Griffith Oval) Vikings vs Hall (Viking Park) Queanbeyan vs Goulburn (David Campese) Cooma vs Wests (Rotary Oval) Young vs Uni-Norths (Cranfield Oval)

First Division: Second Grade Round 10

Queanbeyan vs Goulburn (David Campese) Cooma vs Wests (Rotary Oval) Easts/RMC vs Gungahlin (Griffith Oval)

South Coast Monaro Second Division – Round 11

Batemans Bay vs ADFA (Hanging Rock) Boorowa vs Bungendore (Boorowa Showground) Jindabyne vs Gungahlin (John Connors Oval) Taralga vs Braidwood (Taralga Sports Field) Yass vs Crookwell (Victoria Park)

Women’s Division – Round 9

Vikings vs ADFA (Viking Park) Uni-Norths vs Gungahlin (David Campese)

Royals vs ADFA (Dowsett Oval) – 21 June Vikings vs Hall (Viking Park)

Congratulations to Dean Paragalli of Royals who was named the Vodafone Man of the Match for his outstanding performance in the Round 10 clash between Royals and Wests. With thanks to Vodafone Dean receives a set of Samsung LEVEL On headphones for himself and Royals Junior Rugby.

man of the match

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PREMIER DIVISION

V COLTS

SECOND GRADE

12.15pm, Viking Park

1.40pm, Viking Park

1. Ben Pratt 2. John Madjaga 3. Angus Burns 4. Jack Wright 5. Cooper Taeketa 6. Darcy McLeod 7. Isaac Weston 8. Tim Cushan 9. Liam Bevan 10. Billy Carberry 11. Jy Clarke 12. Sam Conti 13. Jack Gilmour 14. Turri Hides 15. Jerry Langu-Borle

1. James Nicholas 2. Lachlan Luchetti 3. Eamon Moore 4. Josh Crone 5. Lachlan Holtz 6. Ben Harris 7. Iggy Bonsembiante 8. Gil Rickey 9. Zac Morgan 10. Hamish Dawson 11. Jibou Fofanah 12. Sam Walsh 13. Lucas Thomson 14. Ben Allen 15. Stirling Doyle

COACH: Brendan Allardyce

COACH: Charlie Fairfield-Smith COACH: Bryce McNicol

1. Liam McGrath 2. Sam Thomas 3. Dan Solofa 4. George Uieleia 5. Tim Spry 6. Ethan Brazel 7. Tim Cushan 8. Andrtew Talaina 9. Lua Vailoaloa 10. Isiah Tittor 11. Turi Hides 12. Trai Henderson 13. Sam Gunning 14. Nic Murray 15. Steve Niovani

1. Reilly Pickering 2. Sam Ogilivy 3. Saul Lopa 4. Drew Powell 5. Nick Watt 6. Charlie Fairfield-Smith 7. Ned O’neill 8. Bhiamie Williamson 9. Paddy Callaughan 10. Gareth Watts 11. Tom Anderson 12. Rob Carver 13. Sam Irwin 14. Andrew Gailbraith 15. Phil Webb

COACH: Wayne Giddings

THE LAST TIME Vikings were able to outlast Uni-Norths the last time these sides met, that game coming in Round 3. A bonus point win for the visitors, the final score 31-15. At Colts, Vikings scraped by the Owls, 14-12 in a heavily contested game at ANU North Oval.

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3.25pm, V

1. Sione Taula 2. Michael Henry 3. Angus Wagner 4. Jayme Field 5. Callum Smith 6. Isiah Tikitau 7. Joey Vejvoda 8. Richard Joyes 9. Ryne Bowden 10. Isaac Thompson © 11. JP Mynhardt 12. Noah Lolesio 13. Ernest Suivai 14. Max Ravouvou 15. Brendan Teauki

COACH: Nick Scrivener

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Match Officials: Referee: Matthew Hogan AR1: Reece Henshaw AR2: Steve Peak


THE ROUND V OW LS

ON - FIRST GRADE

Viking Park

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

CELEBRITY TIPS: Matt Damon (Star of the rugby movie ‘Invictus’)

- VIKINGS-

Isileli Fa James Lynch John-Bosco Tagaloa Dave Verryn Cal Dawson Dan Parete David Bennett Ben Love Lachlan Creighton Tom Gilmore Panashe Kamhara Trent Storen Phil Ferreira Callum Richardson Jordan Thompson

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FIRST DIVISION

The road to fame in rugby starts at grass root level and leads to Premier division, but it doesn’t just happen like that. Grades 5 through 2nd are filled with the lifeblood of the sport, whether the players be young and fresh faced or getting on and trying to stay in touch with their athletic side.

That victory could be key with ADFA sitting four points behind the Whites with two games in hand.

With competition on break for the long weekend, we’ll be taking a look at the upcoming fixtures while casting an eye over the big picture. Ladder position, upcoming key matchups and more.

The other team who could potentially push ADFA out of the top four is the Tuggeranong Vikings who welcome UniNorths to Viking park in Round 9.

League leaders Hall take on Cooma today looking to stay in pole position with playoffs fast approaching. Just two points separate the top three of Hall, Royals and Queanbeyan so every game is vital for finals seeding. Hall will be confident however, wooden-spooners elect Cooma having won just one game this season. Royals face a trip to middling Young while Queanbeyan have already registered their Round 9 result having played ADFA last week, picking up a bonus point win.

Goulbourn will leapfrog ADFA if they can get a result against Easts/RMC on the weekend, the combined club also with a solitary win in 2018.

Vikings represent a split in the table with Gungahlin below them in the table but thirteen match points behind. The Eagles play Wests at Nicholls Enclosed today looking to climb the ladder and separate themselves from Wests who are four points behind. In first division second grade, Gungahlin play Wests, RMC welcome Goulbourn, Uni take on Vikings, Hall come up against Cooma and perched on the top of the ladder the Queanbeyan Whites will match up with ADFA.

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South Coast Monaro – 2nd Division

They may not be first division or located in Canberra, but the South Coast Monaro teams are playing just as hard and travelling farther each week as they work their way up to the big leagues in the capital. With just under half the season to go, there is still a lot of contesting to be done for third and fourth place on the ladder and potentially a shot at Taralga and Crookwell who are 10 and 14 points clear of third respectively.

The northernmost game this week is Yass as they host ADFA who are having a rough season so far without a win to their name. Yass is currently holding fourth down with a comfortable 4-point difference to fifth, but if something were to go wrong this week against ADFA, the ladder could see quite a bit of movement. The same could be said for the Gungahlin and Crookwell match at Nicholls with the Eagles in seventh taking on the top Dogs. Crookwell haven’t lost a game this year and certainly don’t plan to start now, the Eagles will be faced with a hard mountain to climb today. Battling it out for fifth and the best chance to slip into the top four, Bungendore will

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be hosting Batemans Bay as they look to break the current deadlock. Bungendore have a better track record when it comes to points and they’ll have the home crowd, but Batemans could pull ahead and change their season this week with a strong game. Another battle of the B’s will be in Braidwood as they look for their first win of the season against Boorowa. The northerners have three wins under their belt which will give them confidence during their visit, but Braidwood will have a chance this time with the home advantage. Last but certainly not least, Jindabyne will be hosting their target; Taralga. Jindabyne have had a fairly good season so far and could really stir some trouble this weekend if they triumph over second place and bring the point’s gap down a bit. Taralga would really benefit from a win this week though as it would keep them right on Crookwell’s heels. Keep an eye on the Brumbies Rugby Facebook page for the results and good luck to everyone on field today.


Women’s Preview

WOMEN’S RUGBY THE WINNER AS BRUMBIES WOMEN FALL TO FIJI

The Brumbies Women were unable to get a winning result against Fiji Women yesterday, Monday June 11, the final score 33-7. The sun beamed over a buzzing ANU North Oval on the Queen’s birthday, a carnival atmosphere welcoming Fiji to Australia for the first time.

who dotted down for the try of the game.

The game, played with tremendous spirit and fantastic endeavor, saw the Brumbies Women compete furiously for 80 minutes with the international side. Indeed, it took the Flying Fijians twenty minutes to break down the Brumbies down. When they did however, it was spectacular.

However, as the clock hit the 80-minute mark, substitute Ema Masi broke right off the back of the scrum, found halfback Remi Wilton and she was able to sneak over for the Brumbies try, much to the delight of the home crowd.

After the sides had a breather, Fiji really turned on the style. Their try five minutes into the second stanza was simply marvelous. Fiji’s flyhalf, Merewalesi Rokovono – to a spectator, the best player on the park on the day – swept left on the Brumbies 40 metre line. The first-five then threw what was a pearler of a pass to her streaking teammate, the almost equally impressive, Roela Radiniyavuni who steamed towards the line before popping to centre Litiana Lawendrau

With five minutes to play, the Brumbies Women came to life, keen to get a try on the scoreboard to reflect their effort on the day. Battering the Fiji line for phase after phase, it looked like the Brumbies chances had gone.

Not to be outdone, fullback Sammie Wood was able to split the uprights with her conversion attempt leaving a pleasant memory in the minds of the fans and players alike. After the game, the Fiji Women and the Brumbies shared a prayer and a song, before posing for a big group photo, the camaraderie and ethos of our sport in full effect at ANU North Oval. The final score, 33-7 in favour of Fiji, the result’s importance less significant than the display by both sides on the day.

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PREMIER DIVISION - FIRST GRADE 3.05pm, David Campese Oval

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Fred Kaihea Ben Gordon Neori Nadruku Ryan Jones Joshua Townsend OJ Noa Dan Penca Sokai Tai Nathan Exton Zac Tarrant Petau Lefau Keith Morgan Lani Tiatia Jamie Marmont Tom Ruediger

COACH: Paul Dillon

THE LAST TIME

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Tonga Tangitau Ali Johnstone Tauati Chan-Tung Liam Rasch Tristan Stanley Ryan Kiely Mitch Tye (c) Brodie Leber Geoff Cox Drew Southwell Byron Hollingworth-Dessent Mils Finau Charlie Luteru Ben Jager Anau Takiari

COACH: Craig Robberds, Luke Roberts, Junior Luteru CELEBRITY TIPS: Matt Damon (Star of the rugby movie ‘Invictus’)

- WESTS -

Queanbeyan’s scrum was the difference maker the last time these two sides met in the Round 3 clash. A double from Wests centre Paotonu Luteru was not enough to get the home side over the line, as Queanbeyan youngster Will Goddard kicked his side to victory behind their dominant set-piece.

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PREMIER DIVISION

V COLTS

SECOND GRADE

12.15pm, David Campese Oval

1.40pm, David Campese Oval

1. Vincent de Masson 1. Lachlan Coyle 2. Dean Lavaki 2. Matt Taylor © 3. Michael O’Reilly 3. Daniel Vrikic 4. Cameron Thomas 4. Becks Seeto 5. Lachlan Federow 5. James Tuck 6. Montell Boyle 6. Noa Nadruku 7. Josh Connell 7. Kane Kilmister 8. Allan Wratten 8. Wyll Holland 9. Dan Leerdam 9. Lewis Powley 10. Brad Winchester 10. Kyle Shand 11. Mon Sikoulabout 11. Kyle Hanns 12. Sala Patelesio 12. Puni Aupuni 13. Caleb Malisauskas 13. Jasper Mazurkiewicz 14. Aiden Shand 14. Pat Byrne 15. Tyson Cooper 15. Jackson Stuart

1. Jordan Cremerius 2. Jake Gordon 3. Sam Bartholomeusz 4. Michael Gordon 5. Tim Woods 6. Tom Newcombe 7. Daniel Naef 8. Cameron Stanley 9. Jeremy Taylor 10. Billy Chalker 11. Anthony Bozzato 12. Riley Ahern 13. Jake Holland 14. Tony Fifita 15. Ben Pattenden

1. Dave Amosa 2. Liam Bacon 3. Tia Ravudi 4. Kyle Baulman 5. Hayden Scott 6. Sam Simmonds 7. Scott Wilson 8. Sitauti Mailei 9. Caleb Stevens 10. Jack Connell 11. Aaron Malouf 12. Matt Jones 13. Jeremy Sefo 14. Michael Irvine 15. Lincoln Barden

COACH: Daniel Hawke

COACH: Sean Debenham

COACH: Rob McDougal, Craig Bretton, Mike Hogan

COACH: Charlie Eichholzer

THE LAST TIME A strong Queanbeyan side had little trouble dispatching Wests the last time the teams met, the final score 38-7 at Jamison Oval. Queanbeyan’s Colts were too strong for Wests, running up a 74-7 score line away from home.

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GRIFFIN LEGAL JOHN I DENT CUP PREMIER DIVISION FIRST GRADE

LEADING POINTS SCORERS 1. BRENDON TAUEKI (Vikings)

120 PTS

2. PEDRO ROLANDO (Royals)

104 PTS

3. WILL GODDARD (Whites)

53 PTS

4. GEORGE MORSEU (Easts)

44 PTS

5. JAMIE MARMONT (Whites)

35 PTS

6. JORDON THOMPSON (Owls)

35 PTS

LEADING TRY SCORERS 1. BRENDON TAUEKI (Vikings)

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2. GEORGE MORSEU (Easts) 8 3. JAMIE MARMONT (Whites)

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4. JP MYNHARDT (Vikings)

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5. SEB LORRAWAY (Wests) 5 6. RUTIKHA LLOLAHIAÂ (Eagles)

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1st DIVISION TEAMS

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1st Division 1st Grade 3.05pm Young

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Karl Truijens Ed Garraway Luke Fisher Padric Buchi JP Lamilla Davison Adam Butt Michael Dawson Jacob Bindley Rob Singh Craig McMahon Jack Taylor Jason Swain Marc Taylor Tom Milenovic James Knox

COACH: Jim Taylor & Craig McMahon

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1st Division 1st Grade 12.25pm Campese Oval

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Tyrone Dargue Tom Coffey Tangi Maine Daniel Sweeney Braeden Smith Michael Edwards Zach Byrnes Jason Wirangi Ben O’Halloran Fraser Kemp Ivan Fifita Eirene Apineru Dom Finau Simi Latu Angus Balmaks

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC

COACH: Luke Cochrane

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1st Division 1st Grade 11.45am Nicholls Enclosed

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Anthony Thompson Leigh Hancock Alex Tanzer Matt Ward Andrew Gibson Cam McCalister Simon Anau Kane Broderick Jack Freebody Matt Power Warren Netani Anthony McQueen Haiden Ward Matt McKenna Tyrone Anderson

COACH: Shannon Pye

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Nick Rodriguez Chris Curran Brodie Chambers Alex Wilson Adam Blue Tavake Tahola Max Clarke Sam Sitauti Jordan Banks Luke O’Connor Jack Edwards Tyan Vaiouga Aaron Malouf Caleb Tofinfa Des Fagifa

COACH: John Ryan/ Rod Palmer


1st Division 1st Grade 12.15pm Viking Park

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Junior Sotogi Tom Carney Isaac Heslop Lee Boswell James Foster Pou Ahomee Dan Ueleia Matt Wafer Lua Vailoaloa Cameron Shaw Jeremy Mututu Albert Mahanga Andrew Dickson Liam KNife Owen Barker

COACH: Robbie Vejvoda

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Conagh Mcmahon-Hogan Rob Krauss Lachlan Fryer Mac Pophan TBC Doug Morgan-Thomas Fraser Adams Ed Dudley Finlay Doyle Josh Carol-Fajarda Semisi Invarature Richard King Cody Love Andrew Galbraith Will Curruthers

COACH: Rob Krauss

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1st Division 1st Grade 3pm Portsea Oval

EAST/RMC 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Henry Cooper Brad Muddiman Jayden Hunt Boyd Newby Monty Hicks Jordan Wilcox © Brad Clements Mikael Webber Jackson Reardon Ben Todkill Mike Cudaj Curtis Flood Hamish McCormack Matt Spratley Mark Kiamona

COACH: Ben Pearson

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1st Division 2nd Grade 1.30pm Campese Oval

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Damon Mudge James Waters Brett Mitchell Eddie Eteuati Jack Ison Rhyss Bamblett-Clarke Shaun Maloney Tim Macnamara Tristan Ferris Mike Doyle Dominic Finau Nathan Merriman Luke Cochrane Daniel Bevan Jordan Shepherd

COACH: Mike Doyle

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC


1st Division 2nd Grade 10.30am Nicholls Enclosed

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Peter Brown Dom Malouf James Needham Matt Odell Brett McIntyre Nick Hutchinson Steve Holland James Gaukroger Lennox Kemp Tom Scott Tom Hannan Zac Noble Jake Bourne Vinnie Palencia Isaak Baz

COACH: Nick Hutchison

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Jason Pepper Phil Ebbott Chris Rigter Kevin Moran Dave Speldewinde Jacob Alifipo Pat Bacon Ulese Lauvao Steve Amosa Thomas Sauvao Alistair Pardew Peter Matautia Caleb Tofinga Stuart Lolotonga David Dwyer

COACH: Julian Baratta

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1st Division 2nd Grade 10.55am Viking Park

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Robbie McNeil Colin Montgomery Ryan Slater Siaosi Fokololo Joel Morris Pete Conroy Sven Baker Grant Lukins Mitch Bowden Bryce Toatoa Nhat Tran Jack Van Lohuizen Nathan Lumley Nathan Randle Michael Harrison

COACH: Grant Lukins

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Adam Sun Adrian Fitzgerald Jay Perera Danny Meddemmen Alex Robertson Callum Booth Rob Leane Hugh Roberts Sam Burns Alex Sims Solo Invarature Jake Irwin Cam Kerslake Greg Hall Hugh Farquhar

COACH: David Creagh


1st Division 2nd Grade 1.30pm Portsea Oval

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Ben ‘Yogi’ Pearson Nathan Selmes Sam Tabner Louis Williamson Mark Norton John Geroche Grant Mooney Chris Boardman Abe Kara TBC TBC TBC TBC Nathan Stewart TBC

COACH: Sam Tabner

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2nd DIVISION TEAMS

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2nd Division 2.30pm Nicholls Enclosed

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Luke Wild Ash Unicomb Braden Kenny Joe Loeschnauer Ben Stuart Joseph Freemen Oliver Kwong Vaughn Stephen-Smiles Justin Dariol Jay Bartholomew Jacob Bamford Sam Richards Anthony Bell Barry Springfellow Luke Shaw

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC

COACH: Greg Newham

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Women’s Division TEAMS

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Women’s Division 1.30pm Viking Park

V 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Agnes Faigafa Louise Burrows Bree Harris Mary Bullock Emily Brandt Ashlea Bishop Skye Churchill Katie Rose Kiahan Bellchambers Kasey Dragisic Isabel Vargas Carlotta Guerreschi Charlee Hopkins Ane Auva’a Darcy Read

COACH: Darren Goodwin

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Iris Verebalavu Bridgette Cunningham Anna Korovata Courtney Smith Laura Baynes Stacey Delbridge Georgia O’neill Elizabeth Turner Shelley Bradshaw Jane Garraway Dana Lousie-Deklin Jess Howard Paremo Marsh Charlotte Petit-Fraser Claudia Obst

COACH: Paul Crowe/Martin Adams

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COMPETITION LADDERS: 2018 REVIEW 1ST DIVISION COMPETITION

PREMIER DIVISION COMPETITION Team – 1st

W

L

D

Df

BP

Pts

Tuggeranong

6

1

1

145

6

40

Royals

6

2

0

91

5

37

Queanbeyan

5

3

0

-6

5

33

Easts

4

3

1

-32

6

32

Uni-Norths

3

4

1

-3

4

26

Gungahlin

1

7

0

-93

9

21

Wests

1

6

1

-102

5

19

Team – 2nd

W

L

D

Df

BP

Pts

Queanbeyan

8

0

0

133

6

46

Tuggeranong

6

2

0

112

7

39

Uni-Norths

5

3

0

63

6

34

Royals

3

5

0

23

8

28

Gungahlin

3

5

0

-8

6

26

Wests

2

6

0

-145

3

19

Easts

1

7

0

-178

1

13

W

L

D

Df

BP

Pts

Hall

7

1

0

136

7

35

Royals

7

1

0

199

6

34

ADFA

6

1

1

182

8

34

Queanbeyan

6

3

0

101

9

33

Goulburn

5

2

1

77

5

27

Tuggeranong

4

2

2

59

7

27

Gungahlin

2

6

0

16

6

14

Young

2

6

0

-112

6

14

Uni-Norths

2

5

1

-128

0

10

Wests

2

6

0

-204

2

10

Easts/RMC

1

5

1

-93

4

10

Cooma

1

7

0

-233

4

8

Team – 2nd

W

L

D

Df

BP

Pts

Gungahlin

6

1

0

146

7

35

Tuggeranong

5

2

0

109

6

30

RMC

5

0

0

115

4

28

Royals

5

3

0

87

7

27

4

3

0

9

7

27

Team – Colts

W

L

D

Df

BP

Pts

Queanbeyan

Tuggeranong

7

0

1

164

5

43

Wests

4

4

0

14

8

24

4

2

0

-9

4

24

Queanbeyan

5

2

1

107

7

37

ADFA

Royals

4

4

0

-20

5

29

Uni-Norths

3

5

0

-11

3

15

Goulburn

1

6

0

-61

5

13

Gungahlin

4

4

0

15

4

28

Easts

4

4

0

-44

3

27

Hall

1

6

0

-169

1

9

Cooma

0

6

0

-230

0

4

Uni-Norths

2

6

0

-1

9

25

Wests

1

7

0

-221

2

14

WOMEN’S DIVISION

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Team – 1st

Team

W

L

D

Df

BP

Pts

Tuggeranong

7

0

0

453

5

37

Royals

4

2

0

9

3

27

Uni-Norths

3

3

0

64

5

25

ADFA

1

5

0

-303

0

13

Gungahlin

1

6

0

-223

3

11

SOUTH COAST MONARO – 2ND DIVISION Team

W

L

D

Df

BP

Pts

Crookwell

9

0

0

212

8

44

Taralga

8

1

0

281

8

40

Jindabyne

6

3

0

199

6

30

Yass

5

4

0

89

7

27

Bungendore

4

5

0

94

7

23

B’Bay

4

5

0

-19

7

23

Gungahlin

4

5

0

47

3

19

Boorowa

3

5

0

-18

7

19

Braidwood

0

8

0

-347

0

0

ADFA

0

7

0

-538

0

0


BEHAVIOURAL EXPECTATIONS A REMINDER THAT RUGBY AUSTRALIA’S CODE OF CONDUCT STATES THAT ALL PARTICIPANTS IN THE GAME WHETHER A PLAYER, SELECTOR, COACH, TRAINER, MANAGER OR OTHER TEAM OFFICIAL ARE BOUND TO: • ACCEPT AND RESPECT THE AUTHORITY OF THE REFEREE, ASSISTANT REFEREE OR TOUCH JUDGE. • DO NOT ABUSE, THREATEN OR INTIMIDATE, USE CRUDE LANGUAGE OR GESTURES TOWARDS A REFEREE, TOUCH JUDGE OR OTHER MATCH OFFICIAL, WHETHER ON OR OFF THE FIELD. • DO NOT SHOW UNNECESSARY OBVIOUS DISSENSION, DISPLEASURE OR DISAPPROVAL TOWARDS A REFEREE, TOUCH JUDGE OR OTHER MATCH OFFICIAL, WHETHER ON OR OFF THE FIELD. • DO NOT MAKE ANY PUBLIC COMMENT THAT IS CRITICAL OF THE PERFORMANCE OF A MATCH OFFICIAL.

BE POSITIVE & RESPECT THE REFEREE! WE APPRECIATE YOUR SUPPORT IN ENSURING A WELCOMING EXPERIENCE FOR EVERYONE INVOLVED IN OUR GREAT GAME! 43


REFEREES APPOINTMENTS SATURDAY 16 JUNE 2018

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Time

Division

Grade

Home

Away

Referee

3:15pm

Premier

1st

Gungahlin

Royals

Morris, James

1:10pm

Premier

2nd

Gungahlin

Royals

Keane, Reuben

11:50am

Premier

Colts

Gungahlin

Royals

Whyte, Robert

3:05pm

Premier

1st

Queanbeyan

Wests

Hagan, James

1:40pm

Premier

2nd

Queanbeyan

Wests

Beissner, Dennis

12:15pm

Premier

Colts

Queanbeyan

Wests

Huggins, Matthew

3:25pm

Premier

1st

Tuggeranong

Uni-Norths

Hogan, Matthew

1:40pm

Premier

2nd

Tuggeranong

Uni-Norths

Henshaw, Reece

12:15pm

Premier

Colts

Tuggeranong

Uni-Norths

Peak, Steve

Time

Division

Grade

Home

Away

Referee

3:00pm

Division 1

1st

Young

Royals

Palmer, Geoffrey

3:00pm

Division 1

1st

Hall

Cooma

TBC

1:30pm

Division 1

2nd

Hall

Cooma

Zucchetto, Glenn

11:50am

Division 1

1st

Gungahlin

Wests

Tummers, Mitchell

10:30am

Division 1

2nd

Gungahlin

Wests

TBC

3:00pm

Division 1

1st

Easts

Goulburn

Kearns, Nathan

1:30pm

Division 1

2nd

RMC

Goulburn

Gilks, David

12:15pm

Division 1

1st

Queanbeyan

ADFA

Corrigan, Sarah

10:55am

Division 1

2nd

Queanbeyan

ADFA

Stone, Jeffrey

12:15pm

Division 1

1st

Uni-Norths

Tuggeranong

Trill, Dave

10:55am

Division 1

2nd

Uni-Norths

Tuggeranong

TBC

Time

Division

Grade

Home

Away

Referee

3:00pm

Second

1st

Braidwood

Boorowa

Mclachlan, Damien

2:30pm

Second

1st

Bungendore

Batemans Bay

Iodice, Chris

2:30pm

Second

1st

Jindabyne

Taralga

Corin, Greg

2:30pm

Second

1st

Gungahlin

Crookwell

Reedy, Ben

12:00pm Second

1st

Yass

ADFA

Billett, Graeme

Time

Division

Grade

Home

Away

Referee

10:55am

Womens

1st

Gungahlin

ADFA

Mclachlan, Damien

1:30pm

Womens

1st

Uni-Norths

Royals

Fenton, Richard


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