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Saturday 21st June 2014 – ROUND 10 BROUGHT TO YOU BY BRUMBIES RUGBY

JOHN I DENT CUP MATCH OF THE ROUND Gungahlin Eagles v Tuggeranong Vikings 3:15pm Kick Off – Gungahlin Enclosed

Uni-Norths v Wests – ANU North Oval, 3:05pm Queanbeyan v Easts – Campese Oval, 3:05pm Royals – Bye


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John I Dent Cup Preview: Round 10 Saturday, 21st June 2014

Match of the Round:

Gungahlin (3rd) v Tuggeranong (1st) – Gungahlin Enclosed, Gungahlin First Grade: 3.25pm, Reserve Grade: 1.50pm, Colts: 12.25pm

Another great match of the round is on this weekend with a 1v3 matchup between two clubs who will be playing not only for competition points but for the ‘Roman Warcaba Cup’. Gungahlin are fresh coming off a two week break after their round 8 victory over Uni-Norths. That much needed win snapped a 3 game losing streak and has the Eagles back on track to make a return to finals footy. With the super rugby bye, Henry Speight and Josh Mann-Rea will don the Eagles colours, boosting both there forwards and backs. Currently Gungahlin are tied on 29 competition points with Queanbeyan and with Wests and Royals not being to far behind, you can see how vital competition points are becoming with 4 rounds to go. Tuggeranong again proved there stranglehold on the competition with a 29-8 victory over Royals in very overcast conditions. Vikings now have a commanding 14 points lead over nearest rivals Queanbeyan and st Gungahlin and it highly unlikely that Tuggeranong will be prevented from collecting another 1 Grade minor premiership. Like Gungahlin, Vikings will see Brumbies back rower Jarrad Butler turning out for the red and white for the second consecutive week. With regular centre pairing Rodney Iona and Nigel Ah Wong joining the Brumbies for the Singapore 10’s, Willoughby Axelsen will make his starting debut at inside centre, while Ernest Suavai will shuffle in from the wing to outside centre. Boosting an already big forward pack, Siope Naeata will also make his run on debut for Dean Oakman Hunt at second row. This game will be a very physical encounter and will feature plenty of running rugby from two very sharp backlines. The last time these two teams played: Round 5, 2014 (Tuggeranong 45 def Gungahlin 11)

Uni-Norths (6th) v Wests (4th) – ANU North Oval, Turner First Grade: 3:05pm, Reserve Grade: 1:40pm, Colts: 12:15pm

Both teams suffered disappointing losses last weekend and will be out to rejoin the winners circle at all costs. The Owls fell 20 minutes short against Queanbeyan after trailing 16-10 at the 60 minute mark, the Whites ran in 3 quick tries to put the match beyond doubt and keep Uni-Norths winless at home in 2014. Brumby Tom McVerry stood out with strong carries for the Owls and will again feature in their starting line up. With Injuries to forwards Joe Ritchie and Nick Jones, Rueben Heagney and Richard Tamuoepeau will slot into those position, while Liam Gallagher is welcomed back into the side at Fullback. Wests suffered a shock lost to Easts last weekend and will be out to send a message that they are still a threat in the competition with a dominating display against Uni-Norths. Despite the loss, Wests still managed to secure 2 vital competition bonus points lifting them 3 points clear of Royals. With Royals having the bye this weekend, it is a must that the Lions secure any form of competition points. Craig Robberds has made a number of changes this weekend with the return of Jack Pinchin at fullback after a long stint on the side line nd with injury. Also Oscar Wright and Sitauti Mailei have come from 2 grade to fill vacant back row positions. The last time these two teams played: Round 4, 2014 (Wests 32 def Uni-Norths 18)

Queanbeyan (2nd) v Easts (7th) – Campese Oval, Queanbeyan First Grade: 3:05pm, Reserve Grade: 1:40pm, Colts: 12:15pm

This weekend Queanbeyan will be searching for their first win at home this season in a tough battle against a rejuvenated Easts outfit. Last weekend the Whites were able to secure a vital win against Uni-Norths thanks to a flurry of tries late in the second half when the game was in the balance to take the 33-10 win. The 5 tries nd to 1 victory lifted Queanbeyan to the all important 2 place on the ladder. A number of changes have been made for this match up with Robbie Bartlett and Keith Morgan joining the backline and Andy Gosslet, Ben Boyton and Tom G Darmody in the forwards. Easts have joined the winner circle for the first time with an upset 28-26 victory over Wests at Griffith oval. Now that Easts have the monkey off their back, they will be full of confidence they can pull of some more upset and disrupt teams make a charge to the finals. Last year they were able to defeat Queanbeyan at Queanbeyan and will again draw inspiration from that victory. Easts will not have the luxury this weekend of the three brumbies players who played last weekend and have made a number of changes. Clyde Rathbone will return for Easts while Mac Laudenback will slot into fly half from fullback due to an injury to regular starter Darcy Eason,. The last time these two teams played: Round 5, 2014 (Queanbeyan 24 def Easts 17)


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UNI-NORTHS v WESTS Saturday 21st June, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL KICK OFF – 3:05PM REFEREE – James Morris

UNI-NORTHS Navy, Yellow & Green Scott Meakins Sam Rolfe Wesley Malton Charlie Fairfield-Smith Richard Taumoepeau Rueben Heagney David Bennett (C) Tom McVerry Edan Campbell-O’Brien Tom Gilmore Hubert Tsehara Sam Irwin Phil Ferreira James Olds Liam Gallagher Joe Hedger

POSITION 1. L/H Prop 2. Hooker 3. T/H Prop 4. Lock 5. Lock 6. BL/S Flanker 7. OP/S Flanker 8. Number 8 9. Scrum Half 10. Fly Half 11. Left Wing 12. I/S Centre 13. O/S Centre 14. Right Wing 15. Fullback

WESTS Maroon & Sky Blue Ray Dobson Matt Jeremy Tisdall Ben Coutts Dave McKern Alex Giucci Fergus Piekalns Oscar Wright Sitauti Mailei Peter Raines Simon Uphill Drew Southwell Charlie Luteru Junior Luteru BJ Sione Jack Pinchin

Coach

Craig Robberds

Anthony Hayes / Dave Purser

Assistant

Matt Sutherland

Deon Norval

Manager

Trevor Ellis

MATCH FACT Uni-Norths will also be hosting it annual LADIES DAY and FAMILY today to celebrate thank all of the wonderful ladies and families involved in there club. There will be plenty of drinks and tasty treats for all the ladies as well as jumping castle and face painting for the kids and plenty of giver aways. Also ACT&SNSW RU and ACTRRA would like to congratulate James Morris on making his first grade refereeing debut today.


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UNI-NORTHS v WESTS Saturday 21st June, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:40PM Andrew Crozier

Uni-Norths Matt White Sam Ogilvy Josh Collins Peter Curlewis Luke Bray Josh Fraser DJ Mulquiney Reuben Heagney Hensley Peter Sam Burns Nathan Don Don Kais Stanley Susuve Henry Kalua Manu Guise

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Wests

Uni-Norths

Joel Malouf Matt Pankhurst Harry Lloyd Tobi Huho Charlie Eichholzer Percy McCrone Matt Jones Dan Killick-Moran Adam Van Arkel Seb Lorraway

Dave Murray

Isileli Fa Cuan Hablutzel Bill Yole Seamus Leyland Max Bode Callum Ryan Matt Bautz Tyler Bunting Lachlan Creighton Chris Hodgson Jordan Thompson Alec Jones Tom Hall Homas Lomax

15 Coach Assistant

Tony Scott

Wests

Nick Rodriguez Aaron Malouf Nick Sitauti Andrew Currie Ben Abbott Hayden Scott Brock Budworth Mitch Tye Brendan Trudgen Ashley Meek Miles Olleva Tavake Tahola Mark Rousell Michael Irvine Nick Feaks Des Faifaga

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

Sione Fangaiuiha Andrew Parsons Alex McNamara Gareth Watts Anau Takiari

Glenn Croker Luke Roberts

12:15PM Sarah Corrigan

Manager

Darni De Hoopier Dave Carter Sham Rolfe Caitlin Richardson Dave Lane

MATCH PREVIEW The last times these two teams played each there was plenty of running rugby, with both teams scoring 4 or more tries. Wests are coming off a huge win against Easts and will looking to continue their high scoring ability. Uni-Norths still remain winless, but showed an improved effort against Queanbeyan going down 32-14.

This match up will be the colts match of the round with 4 points separating the two teams on the ladder. At present the Owls lead the race as 4 clubs are fighting it out for the reaming 2 spots in the top 4. A win could see the Owls have a bit of distance between Royals, Gungahlin and Wests, while a loss could see them drop as low as 5th. Wests will need a win this weekend if they are to still remain a chance of a finals birth.


UNI-NORTHS v WESTS Saturday 21st June, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL

Third Grade: REFEREE:

12:15PM Marius Shoeman

Uni-Norths Lachlan Fryer Craill Callum Dave Darcy Tatu Parafell Luke Bray Angus Judd James Douglas Craig McKillop Paul Crowe Crutch Hennesy Willy Mendumby John Ramanu Jack Birtwhistle Sam Allen

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Wests

Uni-Norths

Loa Ahosivi Liam Bacon Rikki Lloyd Alex Wilson Jack Ryan Pat Bergman Will Salvestrin Noa Tapa Ben Bidencope Shaun Phelan Michael Patau James Faaeteete Dave Laipato Dean Higham Luke Morrison

John Ryan Rob Krauss John Ryan

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

Tom Perry Matt Holloway Nathan Long Jack Simpson Mike Perks Antinoe Peremou Brendon Lee Jordy Parker Brendo McGrath Alex Sumpter Chris Mayer Cameron Kerslake Ben McDonald Scott Maxwell

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Ollie Hinder

Coach Assistant

Richard Wyche

Manager

10:55AM Stuart Hodge

Wests Chris Rigter Jon Carter Chris Curran Simon Moyle Dave Lane Ken Burton Andy O’Brien Logan Saniko Ritchie Burton Gareth Hutchinson Kyle French Ropati Fesuluai Rae Amosa Phil Milne Rod Palmer

Lloyd Petty Rod Palmer Jason Hinder John Palmer

MATCH PREVIEW The last times these two teams played each the Owls came away with the competition points. Wests now sitting 7 points clear of the Owls in 5th and will need a win this weekend if they are are to remain in touch with the four. Uni-Norths will need to win this match is they are any chance of make the final. Expect both teams to be putting everything on the line this weekend.

Uni-Norths were beating by an impressive undefeated Queanbeyan outfits last weekend 36-19 but again make Queanbeyan work for their victory. Wests though suffered an upset loss to Easts, given Easts their first win. The loss also see’s Wests remain in a tight battle for 3rd and 4th spot on the ladder and will target this game as a must win.


QUEANBEYAN v EASTS Saturday 21st June, 2014 CAMPESE OVAL KICK OFF – 3:05PM REFEREE – Scott Izod

QUEANBEYAN White & Sky Blue Andy Gosslet Tom Dunstan Neori Nadruku Toby Wilson Michael Stolberg Ben Boyton Dan Penca Tom G Darmody Josh White Billy Chalker HP Momsen Keith Morgan Robbie Bartlett Maligi Finau Brendan Spears Adam Fahey

EASTS POSITION Blue, Red and White James Douglas 1. L/H Prop Ted Goener 2. Hooker Pat Lato 3. T/H Prop Dylan Latham 4. Lock Joe Shirley 5. Lock 6. BL/S Flanker George Cross 7. OP/S Flanker Tom Pilkington Jake Visser 8. Number 8 9. Scrum Half Ryne Bowden Marcus Laudenbach 10. Fly Half Matt Guini 11. Left Wing 12. I/S Centre Fabian Tago 13. O/S Centre Clyde Rathbone 14. Right Wing GP Pretorius Josh Munro 15. Fullback Coach

Phil Hopkins

Tony Doherty/Glen Stumbles

Assistant

Matt Brown

Bob Donnelly

Manager

Brian McBride

MATCH FACT Easts defeated Queanbeyan in Round 12 2013 at Campese Oval 25-23 for a memorable victory. Queanbeyan will also be looking for their first home victory of 2014.


QUEANBEYAN v EASTS Saturday 21st June, 2014 CAMPESE OVAL

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:40PM Michael Rahilly

Queanbeyan Jordan Cremerius Matt Connelly Tangi Maine Tony Tarlinton Ryan Jones Sam Boyton Cameron Stanley Aiden Kenworthy Dan Hawke Sam McNeil Zeb Learoyd Nathan Smith Andrew Deamer Jack Bower

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Easts

Queanbeyan

Rob Donaldson Ted Goener Jimmy Curl Jake Visser Joe Beckett Chris Uazbeaga Nick Spokes Gus Lambea Lachlan Glenn Darcy Eason Dan Glablonski Harry Jenkins Dan Bozic Matt Winnel

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

Robert Beath Josh Munro Sam French Phil Hopkins Nick McCarthy Brad Jones Brian McBride

12:15PM Ben Nelson

Tyrone Dargue Jake Gordon Damon Mudge Euan Mckillop Jack Wootton Dylan Jancevski Charlie Valeni Adam Res Mitch Douch Ben Pattenden Ben Todd Riley Ahern Tyran Sullivan Adam Wise

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Easts Joel Garbutt Henri Ritman Josh Kettle Nick Southerland Declon Moore Nick Spokes Chris Uzabeaga James Foote Pete Ethell Tim Turner Jeremy Mututu Harrison Armstrong Carlo Strydom Midson Winnel

Jordan Read Tom Guthrie

Coach Assistant Manager

Sean Debenham Philip Hopkins Tim Hawke Matt Brown John King Nick McCaskie

MATCH PREVIEW Queanbeyan faced a very different Owls outfit last weekend and instead of it being the 70 point thrashing like last time, they were made to work for their 18 point victory. Easts were at the receiving end of a Wests outfit that was on song. This weekend Easts will need to aim up defensively if they are to stop Queanbeyan.

Queanbeyan secured there win against UniNorths with a penalty right on full time to take the game 25-20 in a hard fought encounter. The win has the Whites well clear of 3rd play sitting on 35 points. Easts on the other hand are still searching for their first win of 2014.


QUEANBEYAN v EASTS Saturday 21st June, 2014 CAMPESE OVAL

Third Grade: REFEREE:

12:15PM Rob Nelson

Queanbeyan Andy Fahey Tom Coffey Dave Haskins Josh Townsend Pierre Jennings Tim Godfrey Matt Maloney Grant Jones Duncan Doyle Mike Doyle Doug Lancaster Joe Mullany Gareth Slarke Jack Rowe Fraser Kemp

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Easts

Queanbeyan

K. Vakasiuola B Jones A. Cassidy J Miller M Brown J Cousins/S Gillete Andrew Tozer Š A Edwards/E Fallon J. Cannon M Fallon J Loulatang D Fallon/S Van Meurs S. Sanouka

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

J Duggan/M Bowden

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M. Khandoung/K Gabriel

Tim O’brien Duncan Fallon Tom I Darmody Steve Scott Paul Thomas K. Vakasiuola

10:55AM Damien McGrath Easts

Matt Gibbons Josh Kettle Jason McGuigan Andrew Castrission John Kalolo/Glen Stumbles Michael Castrission Lachlan Wall Julian Cousins Jackson Tahapehi Troy Eldridge Phil Diamond Mitch Callagher/Josh Crockett Matt Rumble Matt Funaki Ian Calligeros Miguel Gonzales Jeremy Taylor Aloesi Moeai Tim Hawke Tom Phelan Mitch Price/Luke Cochrane Tom Guthrie Matt Thorpe Adam Razewski Chris Sparke Keposoa Keposoa/Sam French Dom Fina Adam Doyle Caden Helmers Lisiate Unga

Coach Assistant Manager

Grant Jones DJ Johnson Sione Ashivi Tom Maiau

MATCH PREVIEW Queanbeyan recorded fourth win of the season defeating the Owls 28-19. The 4 try bonus point has The Whites 1 point behind Gungahlin in 3 rd. Easts were unable to contain Wests as they ran 9 tries to 1. Another tough ask for Easts this weekend, but if they get the basics right, they may pull off an upset.

Easts 4th Grade joined the winners circle for the first time this year with an impressive 36-26 over Wests. While the win has not lifted them off the bottom, they will be full of confidence going into this match. Queanbeyan remain undefeated defeating Uni-Norths 36-19 and will be looking to get a bigger gap between itself and 2nd placed Tuggeranong.


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‘SKINS MATCH OF THE ROUND’

GUNGAHLIN v TUGGERANONG ‘Roman Warcaba Cup’ Saturday 21st June, 2014 GUNGAHLIN ENCLOSED OVAL KICK OFF – 3:15PM REFEREE – Brett Bowden

GUNGAHLIN Black & Red Patricio Noriega Josh Mann Rea Liam McGrath Ben McGee Sam O'Leary Xavier Duffy Mesu Dolofoto Rutikha Ilolhia Anthony Dawes Dan Mannix Henry Speight Matt Hawke Mitchell Connolly Andrew Barrell Jordan Fulivai

TUGGERANONG Red & White 1. L/H Prop Sione Taula Michael Henry 2. Hooker JP Pradaud 3. T/H Prop Gareth Clouston 4. Lock Siope Naeata 5. Lock 6. BL/S Flanker Michael Oakman Hunt 7. OP/S Flanker Jarrad Butler Tim Cree © 8. Number 8 9. Scrum Half Blake Henman Isaac Thompson 10. Fly Half Jerome Niumata 11. Left Wing 12. I/S Centre Willoughby Axelsen 13. O/S Centre Ernest Suavai 14. Right Wing Nic Murray Brendan Taueki 15. Fullback

Owen Finegan

Coach

Brad Harris

Adam Connelly

Assistant

Bryce McNicol

Glenn Davis

Manager

Greg Hayes

A SKINS prize pack will be awarded to the player of the match from the SKINS Match of the Round each week.


‘SKINS MATCH OF THE ROUND’

GUNGAHLIN v TUGGERANONG ‘Roman Warcaba Cup’ Saturday 21st June, 2014 GUNGAHLIN ENCLOSED OVAL

MATCH FACT This match between Gungahlin and Tuggeranong will be player for the Roman Warcaba Cup.Roman “Wacca” Warcaba joined Vikings Rugby in the very early 90s as a front row forward. Already an established prop, Wacca was a long serving member of the Royal Australian Navy and reached the rank of Warrant Officer. Wacca was a long time servant of Navy Rugby and the Australian Services Rugby Team and toured too many varied and exotic locations in his Navy career. In 2006 whilst coaching Reserve Grade, Wacca came down with what was originally diagnosed as the flu. It would not leave him and further tests identified that he had developed leukaemia. It was leukaemia that would eventually claim his life on 16 June, 2007, a day Vikings hosted Wests at Viking Park. His funeral was held at RMC Chapel Duntroon. The Chapel was full to capacity with serving and retired military personnel as well as a plethora of those rugby people who knew or knew of Roman. A fitting tribute to a man held in such obvious high regard. Following Wacca's passing, David Ericcson who was involved with Gungahlin at the time, contacted Vikings to discuss an appropriate way the two Clubs might annually celebrate Wacca's involvement with rugby. A cup was decided upon and both Clubs agreed to play for the silverware on an annual basis taking it in turns to host the game. This is the 7th Anniversary of the Cup, and each year Roman’s son Liam has been on hand to play a special part in the day, and on Saturday he once again joins the Clubs to present the Cup to the winning Captain.


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GUNGAHLIN v TUGGERANONG Saturday 21st June, 2014 GUNGAHLIN ENCLOSED OVAL

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:40PM James Waddington

Gungahlin Chris Grierson Alex Small James Campbell Darragh O'Byrne Connor O'Byrne Will Campbell Christian Baseler Jake Helgerson James Gregory Sean Connachie James Lovell Paula Katoa Christiaan Smit Eremasi Kelei

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Tuggeranong

Gungahlin

James Lay Rob Gillespie Ryan Slater Pete Henry Tyler Harris Adam O’Grady Kerry McInerney Atino Vaihu

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

Trent Garrett Andrew Dickson Adam Gowen Dave Wellington © JP Mynhardt Brad Jones

Ryan Goodall Tom Blencowe Tim Davis Brendan Allardyce Tyronne Anderson Paul Simonsson Graham Johnson Nick Wong

Dean Zorzi Ollie Kwong Lachlan Staib Stephen Ivory Jack Huckstep Dan McGaw Ethan Jones Jay Humble Josh Brugman Jye Connachie Adam Rummery Dan Garner

12:15PM Steve Peak Tuggeranong Tyron Jones Connal McInerney Tyrel Lomax Callum Smith Nick Edney Daniel Blackmore Joey Vejvoda James Kazias

Eddie Jones Grant Knight Chris Wellington Joe Langtry James Rumble Ati Lalofau Rhys Burns Elliot North

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James Martin Jack Reid

Coach

Andrew Fleming Ryan Roberts

Assistant

P. O'Neill/S. Davidson Lee Boswell

Manager

Rick Rummery Brett Irwin

MATCH PREVIEW This is the match of the round between the two second grade heavy weights. Gungahlin will be fresh from the competition and club bye they had after beating Uni-Norths in round 8. Tuggeranong showed there class with a 43-0 flogging of Royals. Both clubs are known for their attacking rugby, so expect some outstanding passages of play in this game.

Tuggeranong are the only undefeated side in the colts competition and last week were tested by Royals, but came through with a bonus point victory. Gungahlin are in a tight battle and need a win or bonus points if they are to stay in the four. The last time these teams played Vikings were far superior winning 44-5.


GUNGAHLIN v TUGGERANONG Saturday 21st June, 2014 GUNGAHLIN ENCLOSED OVAL

Third Grade: REFEREE:

11:05AM Rob Whyte

Gungahlin Alipate Luani Ben Lyons Leigh Hancock Tom O’Sullivan Andrew Gibson Luke Elliott Andrew Withers Lachlan Carr Toby Newton McGee Michael McMahon Daniel Griffin Mitch Ward Stefan Tuionetoa Haidn Ward

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Tuggeranong

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

Tom Carney Duane Petersen Salesi Toumoua Scott Irwin Aaron Cherry Tom Tuivaita Steve Pitelli Tim Talua-MacCarthur Carel Swanepoel James Rewi Wetini Steve Niovanni James Tupai Lix Lealiifano John Tietzmann

Matt Power Michael Barnetson Brendan Pye Duane Petersen G. Ward / S. Pye James Rewi Wetini Des Fooks Doug Ivill

Alex Tanzer Chris Powell Luke Wild James Gaukroger Sam Livingston Mark Dawes Luke Zorzi Greg Newham Jack Heffernan Justin Dariol Andy Mahl Brendan O’Neill Harley Tapa Jacob Thomas

15 Coach Assistant Manager

9:45AM Mitchell Tummers Tuggeranong Geoff Adam Jared McHugh Sioeli Tuita Callum Green George Fakalolo D Williams Dave Mailau Andrew Talaina Gavin Sinclair Jack Howard Tim Knight Steve Dewar Toby O'Brien Riley Banks

Matt Shakeshaft Anthony Crowe Mick Ward Grant Lukins Gavin Sinclair Mitchell Perry Peter Chapman

MATCH PREVIEW Like Second Grade these two teams are the competition heavyweights and this is a 1 v 2 match. While Tuggeranong are 8 points clear, a slip up especially this weekend against could see the Eagles within 4 points of Vikings. Tuggeranong held of Royals for a 24-0 victory displaying an impressive defensive effort to hold royals to nil.

Gungahlin currently sit one point outside the top for and an upset victory over Vikings could see them jump into the four. Tuggeranong were far too good for Royals with a 55-7 victory. Vikings scored 8 tries further increasing their positive point differential.


John I Dent Cup Results th Round 9 – 14 June

PREMIER – 1st GRADE Home Team Easts Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Gungahlin

v 28 29 10

PREMIER – 2nd GRADE Home Team Easts Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Gungahlin

v 10 43 14

PREMIER – COLTS Home Team Easts Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Gungahlin

v v v v

v 7 24 19

PREMIER – 4th GRADE Home Team Easts Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Gungahlin

v v v v

v 7 38 20

PREMIER – 3rd GRADE Home Team Easts Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Gungahlin

v v v v

v v v v

v 36 55 19

v v v v

Away Team Wests Royals Queanbeyan Bye

Location 26 8 33

Away Team Wests Royals Queanbeyan Bye

Location 64 0 32

Griffith Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

53 25 25

Griffith Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

57 0 28

Griffith Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

26 7 36

Griffith Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

Away Team Wests Royals Queanbeyan Bye

Location

Away Team Wests Royals Queanbeyan Bye

Location

Away Team Wests Royals Queanbeyan Bye

Griffith Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

Location


WESTS

2014

Western District Rugby Football Club

Sportsman’s Luncheon Friday 4 July, 12pm for 12.30pm start

A free bus will be departing Canberra Southern Cross Club at Jamison at 11.30am (bookings essential) (one way only)

Venue: Canberra Southern Cross Club Woden (92-96 Corinna St Phillip) Dress Code: Neat Casual Ticket prices: $ 120 per person or $1100 for a table of 10 3 course meal including beer, wine & soft drink

Guest Speakers

League Legend Tommy Raudonikis Cricket legend Doug Walters MC David Pembroke

Auction items

• signed and framed 2003 Wallabies World Cup jersey • signed and framed 2014 Brumbies jersey • signed and framed U2 guitar featuring Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton and Larry Mullen Jnr • signed and framed 1982 Kangaroos Invincible’s jersey • 2 grandstand tickets to the F1 Singapore Night Grand Prix (19-21 Sept 2014) plus 2 tickets to the Official F1 After Party at the Ritz Carlton Hotel • Bali Villa Double V - 7 nights for 6 guests (3 bedrooms all with ensuites) - within minutes of Seminyak Beach! • Phuket Hideway - 7 nights for 10 guests (5 extra large bedrooms all with ensuites) • Sanctuary Port Douglas for 7 nights for 6 guests • signed and framed Australian Cricket team 2014 signed cricket shirt • signed and framed Muhammad Ali Everlast Boxing Robe • Fully Catered Open box to Raider vs Dragons (14-18 Aug) for 8 people • plus many more silent auction items

Raffle prize

One (1) economy airfare to London or New York (return) – kindly donated by Maree Van Arkel from McGraths Real Estate Dickson RSVP to Craig Robberds with payment by Tuesday 1 July 2014 Payment by credit card or cash Email: craigrobberds@westsrugby.com.au Mob: 0412744636 | Fax (02) 6251 5423


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Tuggeranong Queanbeyan Wests Last Week 1/3 Total 16/27

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Gungahlin Queanbeyan Uni-Norths Last Week 2/3 Total 17/27

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Caitlyn Chalmers

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Gungahlin Queanbeyan Wests Last Week 1/3 Total 17/27

Tuggeranong Queanbeyan Wests Last Week 0/3 Total 18/27

Man of the match Round 9

CONGRATULATIONS TO Tai Valeni

Tai was named ‘SKINS Man of the Match’ for his outstanding performance in the round 9 clash between Queanbeyan and Uni-Norths. Tai will receive a skins prize pack.


John I Dent Cup Photos By Nick Guoth


MONARO DIVISION COMPETITION FIRST DIVISION: Last weekend’s match of the round was everything we expected between Cooma and Goulburn. The Dirty Red continued there unbeaten run in the 2014 season, but Cooma made them work for the 22-10 victory. This is the first time this year Goulburn were unable to secure a 4 try bonus point. Unfortunately Cooma’s 2nds couldn’t withstand a dominating Goulburn outfit, going down 50-12. Hall’s 31-21 victory over ADFA has seen them leap from 5th to 3rd on the ladder meaning ADFA has dropped to 4th. Hall’s Sevu Camaivurn scored a hatrick in the 5 tries to 3 win. The bushrangers made it a clean sweep winning 2510 in 2nd grade. RMC made easy work of Yass in their 78-7 victory. RMC are also undefeated as well but still have a number of games to catch up on due there unavailability. Yass took the points in 2nd grade with a 14-13 victory over RMC. Round 9’s match of the round is RMC v Hall with both teams looking to secure spots in the top 4. A win by Hall will give them some breathing room for the timing being. Yass has the hard task of taking on Goulburn but will are always a different side when at home. ADFA and will host Cooma in a battle for that 4th spot on the ladder. First Division - 1st Grade TEAM

P

W

D

L

DF

BP

Pts

Goulburn RMC

7 5

7 5

0 0

0 0

259 144

6 3

34 23

Hall

8

3

0

5

-119

5

17

ADFA

9

2

0

7

-132

6

14

Cooma

6

2

0

4

-17

3

11

Yass

7

2

0

5

-135

2

10

First Division - 2nd Grade

SECOND DIVISION: Crookwell and Jindabyne definitely gave the crowd something to watch with their match of the round being decided by 2 points. The Dogs handed Jindabyne there second defeat of the year with a 29-27 victory. Jindabyne have now had consecutive losses and remain third on the competition ladder but there is some distance between them and 1st and 2nd. Crookwell remain on top of the ladder now but have Taralga sitting 1 point behind them after they had the bye. In the final match of Round 6 Bungendore recorder there second win of year with a 29-19 victory over Boorowa. Boorowa still remain winless, but are not far off recording their first win of the season. After Crookwell’s efforts from the weekend they will have the bye in round 7, while the match of the round will be Boorowa and Jindabyne at Boorowa. Jindabyne will be out to send a message they are still competition favourites, while Boorowa may see this as a great opportunity to get there first win. Boorowa are always tough at home and the Bushpigs will need to be on their game if they are to snap this losing streaking. Taralga and Bungendore will face off for the second time this year, this time at Taralga. Last time these two played Taralga won easily 36-5, but the Mudchooks will be confident after securing another win on the board they can match it with the Tigers. Second Division TEAM

P

W

D

L

B

DF

BP

Pts

Crookwell

5

4

1

0

1

59

2

24

Taralga

4

3

0

1

2

46

3

23

Jindabyne

5

2

1

2

1

4

5

19

TEAM

P

W

D

L

DF

BP

Pts

Bungendore

5

2

0

3

1

-42

1

13

Goulburn Hall

7 8

7 6

0 0

0 2

204 98

5 4

33 28

Boorowa

5

0

0

5

1

-67

1

5

Yass

7

4

0

3

-1

3

19

Cooma

6

2

0

4

-69

1

9

RMC ADFA

4 8

1 0

0 0

3 8

64 -296

4 0

8 0


2014 Women’s Competition Round 6 Last weekend the Women’s competition had some great games on offer with Queanbeyan narrowly defeating Jindabyne at Jindabyne 22-14. The Whites also received a much need bonus point, while the Miss Piggies narrowly missed out on a bonus point. Royals continued their impressive season with a comprehensive win over ADFA/RMC 31-0. Royals will have the bye this weekend giving them a break before the final 4 game of the regular season. This weekend Uni-Norths will take on Jindabyne at ANU and will be celebrating the clubs ladies day and Family. Queanbeyan will be at home taking on ADFA and will play in during the Queanbeyan and Easts Premier Division Matches. Women’s Division P

W

D

L

Ft

Ft Ag

B

DF

BP

Pts

Royals

4

4

0

0

0

0

1

105

4

24

Queanbeyan

4

2

0

1

0

1

1

19

2

19

Uni-Norths

2

1

0

1

0

0

2

18

1

13

Jindabyne

4

1

0

2

1

0

1

-38

0

8

ADFA

4

0

0

4

0

0

0

-104

0

0

TEAM

ACT WOMEN’S 15’S REPRESENTATIVE SIDE Congratulations to the ACT Women’s 15’s Representative Side who took on NSW Country on Sunday 15th June at Campbelltown. Despite a very spirited and hard fought effort the girls went down 33-10. Fee Knights and Lani Yabki crossed the line for the ACT side, but the NSW Country girls were far too strong in the end.

Player

Club

Player

Club

Peta Cox

Jindabyne

Fee Knights

Royals

Rhiannon Ford

Royals

Sarah Riordan

Royals

Cassy Van Rythoven

Royals

Alisi Wilson

Uni-Norths

Claire McDonnell

Jindabyne

Lani Yabaki

Uni-Norths

Shellie Milward

Queanbeyan

Hailey Hatcliffe

Queanbeyan

Simone Tate

Queanbeyan

Grace Hamilton

Uni-Norths

Georgia O’Neill

Uni-Norths

Ash Kara

Queanbeyan

Kate Brown

Jindabyne

Jane Garraway

Uni-Norths

Rebecca Maher

Queanbeyan

Kim Ashby

Jindabyne

Carly Hill

Queanbeyan

Stefanie Stewart-Jones

Queanbeyan


PREMIER DIVISION TABLES ROUND 9 Premier - First Grade Team Tuggeranong Queanbeyan Gungahlin Wests Royals Uni-Norths Easts

P 8 7 7 8 8 8 8

W 7 4 4 4 4 2 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 3 3 4 4 6 6

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Fft Ag 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

F 304 188 199 197 205 129 102

A 82 134 172 190 174 258 314

Df 222 54 27 7 31 -129 -212

BP 4t 6 3 5 5 3 1 2

BP<7p

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Fft Ag 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

F 294 266 227 212 149 60 111

A 72 103 87 183 199 354 321

Df 222 163 140 29 -50 -294 -210

BP 4t 6 5 5 3 3 0 1

BP<7p

Df 265 67 -23 -107 46 27 -275

BP 4t 7 3 4 2 3 3 0

BP<7p

0 2 0 1 0 0 2

Pts 43 29 29 26 23 13 12

Premier – Second Grade Team Tuggeranong Queanbeyan Gungahlin Wests Royals Easts Uni-Norths

P 8 7 7 8 8 8 8

W 6 5 5 4 3 1 0

D 1 2 1 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 1 4 5 6 8

0 0 0 1 1 0 1

Pts 41 37 35 24 20 8 6

Premier – Colts Team Tuggeranong Queanbeyan Uni-Norths Gungahlin Royals** Wests Easts

P 8 7 8 7 8 8 8

W 7 6 3 3 3 3 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 1 5 4 4 4 7

NR 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Fft Ag 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 1 2 1 1 1

F 336 157 191 104 190 181 39

A 71 90 214 211 144 154 314

0 0 4 0 1 1 0

Pts 44 35 24 22 20 20 4

*NR = No Result **Loss of 5 competition points

Premier – Third Grade Team Tuggeranong Gungahlin Queanbeyan Royals Wests Uni-Norths Easts

P 8 7 7 8 8 8 8

W 7 4 4 4 3 2 1

D 0 1 2 0 1 0 0

L 1 2 1 4 4 6 7

B 1 2 2 1 1 1 1

F 312 224 163 163 203 116 64

A 70 148 111 162 224 189 341

Df 242 76 52 1 -21 -73 -277

BP 4t 7 6 3 3 4 2 1

Pts 40 32 31 23 23 16 9

BP <7p

1 0 0 0 1 2 0

Premier – Fourth Grade Team Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Wests Royals Gungahlin Uni-Norths Easts

P 7 8 8 8 7 8 8

W 7 7 3 4 2 1 1

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 1 4 4 4 7 5

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Fft Ag 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

B 2 1 1 1 2 1 1

F 269 339 139 187 102 91 75

A 104 92 161 204 220 197 224

Df 165 247 -22 -17 -118 -106 -149

BP 4t 6 8 3 2 1 1 1

BP<7p

0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Pts 42 40 24 23 22 10 9


INTERNATIONAL RUGBY BOARD

Putting players first

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY BOARD Putting Players First ‘Concussion Guidance for the General Public’

CONCUSSION FACTS__________________________________________ • A concussion is a brain injury. • All concussions are serious. • Concussions can occur without loss of consciousness. • All athletes with any symptoms following a head injury must be removed from playing or training and must not return to activity until all symptoms have cleared. • Specifically, return to play on the day of any suspected concussion is forbidden. • Recognise and remove to help prevent further injury or even death. • Concussion can be fatal. • Most concussions recover with physical and mental rest. SYMPTOMS OF CONCUSSION - WHAT YOU ARE TOLD Presence of any one or more of the following signs and symptoms may suggest a concussion: • Headache • Dizziness • Mental clouding, confusion, or feeling slowed down • Visual problems • Nausea or vomiting • Fatigue • Drowsiness/feeling like “in a fog“/difficulty concentrating • “Pressure in head” • Sensitivity to light or noise QUESTIONSTOASK-WHATQUESTIONSTOASK Failure to answer any of these questions correctly may suggest a concussion: • “What venue are we at today?” • “Which half is it now?” • “Who scored last in this game?” • “What team did you play last week/game?” • “Did your team win the last game?” Recognise and remove and if in doubt, sit them out. On field management of a suspected concussion at training or during a match Any athlete with a suspected concussion should be IMMEDIATELY REMOVED FROM PLAY, using appropriate emergency management procedures. Once safely removed from play, the injured player MUST NOT BE RETURNED TO ACTIVITY THAT DAY AND UNTIL THEY ARE ASSESSED MEDICALLY. If a neck injury is suspected, the player should only be removed by emergency healthcare professionals with appropriate spinal care training. Team mates, coaches, match officials, team managers, administrators or parents who suspect a player may have concussion MUST do their best to ensure that the player is removed from the field of play in a safe manner.


NEXT FIXTURES Saturday 28th June PREMIER DIVISION Round 11 Wests Royals Queanbeyan Easts

v v v v

Gungahlin Uni-Norths Tuggeranong Bye

FIRST DIVISION – Round 10 Cooma v Hall RMC v Goulburn Yass v ADFA *match being rescheduled

Jamison Phillip Campese

Cooma Goulburn* Yass

SECOND DIVISION – Round 8 Jindabyne v Bungendore Jindabyne Crookwell v Taralga Crookwell Boorowa v Bye WOMEN’S DIVISION – Round 7 ADFA/RMC v Jindabyne ADFA/RMC Royals v Uni-Norths Phillip Queanbeyan v Bye

ACT Club Rugby would like to thank KONICA MINOLTA, Kingston for their assistance in printing the Stampede for the 2014 season


John I Dent Cup Club Rugby Stampede Round 10