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Saturday 14th June 2014 – ROUND 9 BROUGHT TO YOU BY BRUMBIES RUGBY

JOHN I DENT CUP MATCH OF THE ROUND Uni-Norths v Queanbeyan 3:05pm Kick Off – ANU North

Easts v Wests – Griffith Oval, 3:05pm Tuggeranong v Royals – Viking Park, 3:25pm Gungahlin – Bye


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John I Dent Cup Preview: Round 9 Saturday, 14th June 2014 After the competition bye and with the Super Rugby bye period underway there will 12 contracted Brumbies players taking the field in club rugby this weekend. All clubs playing this weekend will have a Brumby featuring in their side and there will be a number of them turning out for their clubs for the first time this year.

Match of the Round:

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

If this match of the round is anything like the last time these two clubs played, it will be one very exciting and hard fought battle. In round 4 a last minute field goal to Owls Fly Half Tom Gilmore sealed the win for the Owls after Queanbeyan fought back from 16-0 down to take the lead in the final stages of the match. Before the bye Uni-Norths suffered a disappoint loss to Gungahlin 26-10 in what was a must win match for the Owls. st Three 1 half tries to the Eagles proved to be the difference as the second half was end to end rugby with a lot of desperate defensive efforts from both clubs being the highlight. The Owls welcome Michael Dowsett st and Tom McVerry into the side as well at Stee Tiko who will be making his 1 Grade debut. Queanbeyan have had the last two weeks off after their round 7 defeat to Wests and will be refreshed and ready to tackle the back end of the season. The Whites will be boosted by the inclusion of front rower Les Makin who will provide some much need fire power up front. Also the Whites will see the return of not only Leon Power, but local Robbie Coleman as well. Already a dangerous side without Robbie, his inclusion will spark his side as they look to push further up the competition ladder. The last time these two teams played: Round 4, 2014 (Uni-Norths 19 def Queanbeyan 17)

Tuggeranong (1st) v Royals (5th) – Viking Park, Erindale First Grade: 3.25pm, Reserve Grade: 1.40pm, Colts: 12.15pm

Tuggeranong will be celebrating old boys day this weekend as the look to continue their winning ways again last year’s runners up. Vikings sit 13 points clear on top of the ladder and showed there dominance with the 92-0 thrashing over Easts in round 8. Last year’s top try scoring Tim Cree had a field day scoring 6 tries; while Beau Mokotupu and Jerome Niumata enjoyed hatricks in the 14 try romping. Tuggeranong will see contracted player Jarrad Butler turn out for the club for the first time. Royals has felt the ups and downs of Rugby having gone down to Wests 30-19 last weekend in there Round 8 fixture, only to turn that around 4 days later and beat Wests 25-10 in there round 1 rescheduled match. nd th That win now has Royals on 23 points meaning there is two points difference between 2 and 5 at present. Against Vikings, Royals will have a number of big name players out through injuries but Coach Russ Ingram is excited for the players like Dean Paragalli and Connor McGoverne stepping into those positions and the opportunity they get taking on the top team in the competition. The last time these two teams played: Round 4, 2014 (Tuggeranong 26 def Royals 10)

Easts (7th) v Wests (4th) – Griffith Oval, Griffith First Grade: 3:05pm, Reserve Grade: 1:40pm, Colts: 12:15pm

It was back to the drawing board for Easts over the competition bye as Easts look to turn their season around after a demoralising 92-0 defeat at the hands of Tuggeranong. Despite the results, Easts continued to fight it out for the full 80 minutes. This weekend we can expect Easts to come out a different team with the inclusion of a number of Brumbies players as well as playing in front of their home fans. Wests will be disappointed they were unable to secure two consecutive wins against Royals last week which nd would have see Wests jump to 2 on the competition table and given them a buffer between Royals, Queanbeyan and Gungahlin. All 4 clubs are currently fighting it out for position in the top four making competition points ever so valuable. Wests have lost Gareth Bautz and Michael Smith through injury, but will see Jack Whetton and Jesse Mogg start this weekend. The last time these two teams played: Round 4, 2014 (Wests 30 def Easts 7)


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TUGGERANONG v ROYALS Saturday 14th June, 2014 VIKING PARK KICK OFF – 3:25PM REFEREE – Brad Dale

TUGGERANONG Red and White Sione Taula Michael Henry JP Pradaud Gareth Clouston Dean Oakman Hunt Michael Oakman Hunt Jarrad Butler Tim Cree © Beau Mokotupu Isaac Thompson Jerome Niumata Rodney Iona Nigel Ah Wong Ernest Suavai Brendan Taueki Brad Harris

ROYALS POSITION Royal Blue & White Joel Penders 1. L/H Prop Sam Taiseni 2. Hooker Anthony Chan 3. T/H Prop Connor McGoverne 4. Lock Nathan Selwood 5. Lock 6. BL/S Flanker Brendan Woodward 7. OP/S Flanker Dean Paragalli Lachlan McCaffrey 8. Number 8 9. Scrum Half Pedro Rolando Craig McMahon 10. Fly Half Jason Swain 11. Left Wing 12. I/S Centre Robbie Lavery 13. O/S Centre Eddie Lagalli 14. Right Wing Liam Slater Jamie Bodman 15. Fullback Coach

Russel Ingram

Bryce McNicol

Assistant

Joe Kolokihakaufisi / Greg Smith

Greg Hayes

Manager

Chris Beath

MATCH FACT This weekend the Vikings host their Old Boys day, 41 years after we entered the competition and 40 years th since our first grand final appearance back in 1974, going down to Goulburn. 2014 sees the 20 anniversary of our first John I Dent premiership. Under the direction of coach Chris Hickey and captaincy of ex-Springbok st Jannie Breedt the 1 Grade team won its way through to our second grand final in the top grade. With five players from the 1991 runners-up team in the line-up combined with some added experience and quality st youth, the 1994 1 grade team were a formidable team. With a new strip to celebrate 21 years and under the catchcry of “whatever it takes” the Vikings were victorious to win the Club’s first John I Dent Cup, 19-14 over Royals. In 1994 the Club were also successful winning premierships in 2nds and 5ths. st

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This weekend also celebrates 25 years since our first ever wins over Royals with both 1 & 2 grade th defeating the ol’ foe on the 17 June 1989 at a rain drenched Wanniassa Oval (now Viking Park), as well as our first overseas tour. We also celebrate our grand final wins in 1999 (15 years ago in 1sts, Colts and 3rds), 2004 (10 years ago in 1sts, 2nds and 4ths) and 2009 (5 years ago in 1sts, Colts, 3rds and 4ths). st

1 Grade will be debuting the Club’s new “Old Boys” blood & bandages strip – a modern take on the strip worn st st by 1 Grade in the Club’s first 1 Grade premiership in 1994 which will serve as a throwback for Hagars Day this year and into the future.


TUGGERANONG v ROYALS Saturday 14th June, 2014 VIKING PARK

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:40PM Robin Peterson

Tuggeranong James Lay Rob Gillespie Fin Simpson James Foster Siope Naeata Pete Henry Kerry McInerney Atino Vaihu Trent Garrett Willoughby Axelsen Nic Murray Dave Wellington Š JP Mynhardt Brad Jones Tom Blencowe

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Royals

Tuggeranong

Brian Kaio Nathan Regan Feleti Kaihea Hugh Cowan Sam Carter Liam Davis Dan Woodward David Boyle Nick Tankey Reece Coble Chris Russell Sekope Meke Luke McCreath Tom Pritchard Tim Johnston

Brendan Allardyce Matt Weaver David Grimmond Terry Kinnane Nick Wong Luke Fisher

12:15PM Scott Snell

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Kieran Norcott Connal McInerney Tyrel Lomax Callum Smith Daniel Blackmore Joey Vejvoda James Kazias Tyler Harris

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Jack Reid

Blake Henman Š Grant Knight Chris Wellington Joe Langtry Ati Lalofauati Eddie Jones

Coach Assistant Manager

Royals Faalelei Sione Faigalotupeni Nifo Loia Kaihea James Atkins Eddie Powell Justin Holliday Jacob Mann Loia Fotu Brenton Acreman Harry Burey Bryce Gibson Ed Hallisey Otto Wrakonei Josh Thomson Lochie Rebetzke

Ryan Roberts Tom Beinke Weepu Lee Boswell Matt Crowe Brett Irwin Matt Shevlin

MATCH PREVIEW Tuggeranong are sitting 4 points clear at the top and a win this weekend will almost certainly cement there spot in the finals this year. Against Easts Vikings clocked up and 77 point victory which includes a 4 try haul by colts player Jack Reid who had already scored 4 tires early in Colts. Royals scored an impressive and hard fought 27-22 victory over Wests only to have the result reversed in there round 1 make up match 14-8 to Wests.

Both Tuggeranong and Royals are coming off huge round 8 victories and will be confident in the attack. Tuggeranong player Jack Reid had a field day scoring 36 points which included 4 tries against Easts while Royals player Bryce Gibson scored 32 points against Wests, an outstanding effort by both players. The key for both teams in this match up with their defensive efforts in stopping the oppositions attack.


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TUGGERANONG v ROYALS Friday 13th June, 2014 VIKING PARK

Third Grade: REFEREE:

7:40PM Rob Nelson

Tuggeranong Matt Wafer Duane Petersen Ryan Slater Callum Green Jack Cartwright Tom Tuivaita Steve Pitelli Tim Talua-MacCarthur Carel Swanepoel James Rewi-Wetini Steve Niovanni Omar Ramsden Adam Gowen John Tietzmann Michael Barnetson

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Royals

Tuggeranong

Tim Elliott Joel Britten Luke Fisher Tom MacGregor Tim McMahon David Boyle Jarryd Pianca Jordan Paparoa Zac Elliott Ryan Bartley Eugene Haigh Chris Burridge Brendan Russell Jacob Paton Nathan Lalliard

Duane Petersen Mick Burrows James Rewi Wetini Doug Ivill Mike Jensen

6:15PM Anne Nelson Royals

Salesi Toumoua Paul Driver Jared McHugh Brad Smith Alex Bower Joel Symmans Ben Wilcott Steve Reardon Jacob Robertson Jerome Freestone Daley Willison Aedon Koning Harley McDonnell James Douglas Andrew Talaina Rob Knight Gavin Sinclair Robert Singh Jack Howard Adam Butt Riley Banks Jacob Corkhill Andrew Dickson Sio Fotu Steve Dewar Tony McGrath Jordan Knights Solu Feleu Anthony Crowe Gavin Allen

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Coach Assistant Manager

Grant Lukins Jimmy Taylor Gavin Sinclair Vaughan Welch

Geoff Adam Jerome Freestone

MATCH PREVIEW Both 3rd and 4th Grade will have the luxury of play on Friday night at Viking Park under lights. Tuggeranong will be confident after their 73-0 victory over Easts, while Royals will be looking to bounce back after a 31-14 loss to Wests. Both teasm are sitting in the top 4 and a win will be vital as they look to stay in the four.

There are 12 points between these two teams with Vikings sitting in 2nd and Royals in 3rd. Playing a night time fixture mans this match is anyone’s for the taking with different conditions than usual. Both clubs will be excited and looking to secure much needed competition points.


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EASTS V WESTS Saturday 14th June, 2014 GRIFFITH OVAL KICK OFF – 3:05PM REFEREE – Scott Izod

EASTS Blue, Red and White Patrick Latu James Douglas Ruan Smith Dylan Latham Joe Shirley George Cross Jordan Smiler Timi Taipara Ryne Bowden Darcy Eason Clyde Rathbone Fabian Tago Andrew Smith GP Pretorius Stephan Van Der Walt Phil Hopkins

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 Coach

Duncan Fallon

Assistant

Brian McBride

Manager

WESTS Maroon & Sky Blue Sioeli Latu Matt Jeremy Tisdall Ben Coutts Dave McKern Jack Whetton Alex Giucci Fergus Piekalns Uelese Uelese Peter Raines Simon Uphill Drew Southwell Charlie Luteru Junior Luteru BJ Sione Jesse Mogg Craig Robberds

Trevor Ellis

MATCH FACT Easts and Wests will have a combined total of 7 Brumbies playing in this match which is sure to create some very entertaining rugby


EASTS v WESTS Saturday 14th June, 2014 GRIFFITH OVAL

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:40PM Reece Henshaw

Easts Rob Donaldson Ted Goener Jimmy Curl Jake Visser Joe Beckett Chris Uazbeaga Nick Spokes Gus Lambea Lachlan Glenn Marcus Laudenbach Dan Glablonski Tom Pilkington Dan Bozic Matt Winnel Josh Munro

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Wests

Easts

Wests

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Nick Rodriguez Aaron Malouf Nick Sitauti Andrew Currie Ben Abbott Hayden Scott Brock Budworth Eugene Rebsdorf Brendan Trudgen Ashley Meek Miles Olleva Tavake Tahola Mark Rousell Michael Irvine Harrison Armstrong Des Faifaga

Coach

Philip Hopkins Dave Carter

Harry Lloyd Matt Pankhurst Ray Dobson Tobi Huho Dan Killick-Moran Percy McCrone Oscar Wright Sitauti Mailei Ben Bidencope Seb Lorraway

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

Sione Fangaiuiha Andrew Parsons Alex McNamara Gareth Watts Jack Pinchin

Phil Hopkins Luke Roberts

12:15PM Dennis Beissner

Joel Garbutt Henri Ritman Josh Kettle Nick southerland Harrison Jenkins Clayton Meullar Nick Spokes Carlo Strydom Pete Ethell Darcy Eason Jeremy Mututu Tim Turner Ieti Tago Midson Winnel

Duncan Fallon

Assistant

Brian McBride Tony Scott

Manager

Matt Brown Nick McCaskie Dave Lane

MATCH PREVIEW Easts will be looking to respond to their unfortunate loss to Vikings with a much better performance against Wests. Wests currently sit 1 point outside the top 4 and a win will be crucial if they are to continue putting pressure on those above them.

Both Easts and Wests are coming off huge losses and we can expect both teams to come out firing as they look to make amend of those previous performances. Both teams had mass amounts of points scored against them defence will be the focus this weekend.


EASTS v WESTS Saturday 14th June, 2014 GRIFFITH OVAL

Third Grade: REFEREE:

12:15PM Rob Boyes

Easts 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 M. Khandoung/K Gabriel

J Loulatang D Fallon/S Van Meurs S. Sanouka J Duggan/M Bowden

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Wests

Easts

Loa Ahosivi Liam Bacon Joel Malouf Alex Wilson Jack Ryan Pat Bergman Will Salvestrin Noa Tapa Tony Born Shaun Phelan Michael Patau James Faaeteete Dave Laipato Anau Takiari Luke Morrison

Duncan Fallon John Ryan

Josh Kettle Andrew Castrission Michael Castrission Julian Cousins Troy Eldridge Phil Diamond Matt Funaki Miguel Gonzales Aloesi Moeai Tom Phelan Tom Guthrie Adam Razewski Chris Sparke Adam Doyle Lisiate Unga

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

DJ Johnson

Steve Scott

Assistant

Sioni Ashivi

K. Vakasiuola

Manager

Tom Malau

10:55AM David Mason 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 Rod Palmer

MATCH PREVIEW Both clubs currently sit outside the top four, but when both teams are at their best they will mix it with the top teams. Wests need a win to stay in touch with the four and build a gap between Uni and Easts. East though will look to secure their third win of the season and are very capable of causing an upset.

Wests are in a tight battle with Royals and Gungahlin and a win this weekend will give them confidence going into the back end of the season. Both teams have not played each other yet due to a round 4 forfeit by Easts, but both teams have shown improved signs since then.


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‘SKINS MATCH OF THE ROUND’ UNI-NORTHS v QUEANBEYAN SATURDAY 14th June, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL KICK OFF – 3:05PM REFEREE – Brett Bowden

UNI-NORTH Navy, Yellow & Green Scott Meakins Cuan Hablutzel Wesley Malton Joe Ritchie Nick Jones Stee Tiko Tylor Bunting Tom McVerry Michael Dowsett Edan Campbell-O’Brien Hubert Tsehara Sam Irwin Phil Ferreira James Olds Tom Gilmore Joe Hedger

QUEANBEYAN POSITION White & Sky Blue 1. L/H Prop Les Makin Tom Dunstan 2. Hooker Neori Nadruku 3. T/H Prop Leon Power 4. Lock Michael Stolberg 5. Lock 6. BL/S Flanker Toby Wilson 7. OP/S Flanker Dan Penca Tai Valeni 8. Number 8 9. Scrum Half Alex Rowley Billy Chalker 10. Fly Half Maligi Finau 11. Left Wing 12. I/S Centre Robbie Coleman 13. O/S Centre Altus Momsen 14. Right Wing HP Momsen Brendon Spears 15. Fullback Coach

Adam Fahey

Anthony Hayes / Dave Purser

Assistant

Tony Doherty/Glen Stumbles

Deon Norval

Manager

Bob Donnelly

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


UNI-NORTHS v QUEANBEYAN Saturday 14th June, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:40PM Rohan Nishantha

Uni-Norths Matt White Sam Rolfe Josh Collins Peter Curlewis Charlie Chuckles-Smith

Billy Torea DJ Mulquiney Reuben Heagney Hensley Peter Liam Gallagher Allan Sisah Don Don Kais Stanley Simon Howard Manu

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Queanbeyan

Uni-Norths

Andy Goslett Matt Connelly Jordan Cremerius Tony Tarlinton Ryan Jones Ben Boyton Cameron Stanley Tom Gregory Darmody Josh White Sam McNeil Zeb Learoyd Nathan Smith Robbie Bartlett Rob Beath Hamish Ahern

Glenn Croker Sam French Dave Murray Nick McCarthy Brad Jones

12:15PM Ben Reedy Queanbeyan

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Isileli Fa Ed Garraway Bill Yole Max Bode Seamus Leland Sam Ogilvy Matt Bautz Callum Richardson Lachie Creighton Chris Hodgson Jordan Thompson Alec Jones Tom Hall Tom Lomax Justin Dinopolous

Tyrone Dargue Jake Gordon Damon Mudge Euan Mckillop Jack Wootton Charlie Valeni Matt Rumble Dylan Jancevski Mitch Douch Tyran Sullivan Ben Todd Keith Morgan Riley Ahern Jordan Read Ben Pattenden

Coach

Danni De Hoopier

Sean Debenham

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Assistant Spam Rolfe

Tim Hawke

Manager

John King

Caitlin Richardson

MATCH PREVIEW The Owls still remain winless but continue to improve and will look to make amends of the last time they took on Queanbeyan which resulted in a 76-5 flogging. Queanbeyan have enjoyed a two week break after beating Wests easily in round 7 fixture and will be ready to play their remaining 6 games of the regular season.

Uni-Norths colts have strung together 3 wins on the trot and now sit third on the competition ladder. Last time these two teams met Queanbeyan held off a fast finish Owls to win 2419. If this match is anything like their round 4 game it will be very entertaining and one to watch which it why it is colts match of the round.


UNI-NORTHS v QUEANBEYAN Saturday 14th June, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL

Third Grade: REFEREE:

12:15PM Stuart Hodge

Uni-Norths Nathan Long Luke D'Aquino Max Handbreak Luke Bray Louis Harding Angus Judd James Douglas Craig McKillop Paul Crowe Sam Burns Dan O’Brien John Birtwhistle Jack Birtwhistle Rob Craver

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Queanbeyan

Uni-Norths

Andy Fahey Tom Coffey Tangi Maine Josh Townsend Pierre Jennings Tim Godfrey Sam Boyton Matt Maloney Dan Hawke Tom Ian Darmody Jack Bowyer Andrew Deamer Joe Mullany Jack Rowe Fraser Kemp

Willy Mendumb Rob Krauss Tim O’Brien

Paul Crowe Tom I Darmody Paul Thomas

10:55AM Michael Tummers

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

T Perry J Digby D Creagh J Simpson E Burman A Smith L Street J Parker B McGrath A Sumpter A Lilly C Kerslake B McDonald J Siew

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Queanbeyan Dave Haskins/Josh Crockett

Jason McGuigan John Kalolo/Matt Gibbons

Lachlan Wall Darren Bulley/Grant Jones Mitch Callagher/Ben Ruiz

Sam Hartwig Adam Res Duncan Doyle/Bill Baker

Mike Doyle Mitch Price Adam Wise/Matt Thorpe

Gareth Slarke Jeremy Taylor

D West Caden Helmers

Coach

Lloyd Petty Grant Jones

Assistant Manager

MATCH PREVIEW Uni-Norths after a promising start have slipped back in the race for the top 4, but a win this weekend will see them draw the gap closer. Queanbeyan 3rds suffered their first loss last Thursday night to Tuggeranong which has seen the Whites drop to third on the ladder. Expect a tight tussle between the two like they did in round 4.

Queanbeyan’s 4th grade remains undefeated and has all but secured a spot in the finals for 2014. What they need to do is make sure they don’t get to complacent and continue this hot form. The Owls on the other hand will be looking to building from there improved performances from previous weeks and really test Queanbeyan.


John I Dent Cup Results st Round 8 – 31 May

PREMIER – 1st GRADE Home Team Royals Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Queanbeyan

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PREMIER – 2nd GRADE Home Team Royals Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Queanbeyan

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22 7 43

Phillip Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

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Phillip Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

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Phillip Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

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Phillip Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

Location

Location

Away Team

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Phillip Oval Viking Park ANU North Oval

Away Team Wests Easts Gungahlin Bye

Wests Easts Gungahlin Bye

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Location 30 0 26

Away Team Wests Easts Gungahlin Bye

v 14 73 0

PREMIER – 4th GRADE Home Team Royals Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Queanbeyan

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v 62 81 27

PREMIER – 3rd GRADE Home Team Royals Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Queanbeyan

Away Team Wests Easts Gungahlin Bye

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PREMIER – COLTS Home Team Royals Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Queanbeyan

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Location

Away Team Wests Easts Gungahlin Bye

Location

JOHN I DENT CUP RESCHEDULED MATCHES RESULTS Round 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3

Date st 1 nd 2 1st nd 2 Colts rd 3 th 4 rd 3 th 4

Team Wests Wests Easts Easts Easts Gungahlin Gungahlin Tuggeranong Tuggeranong

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Team Royals Royals Tuggeranong Tuggeranong Tuggeranong Uni-Norths Uni-Norths Queanbeyan Queanbeyan

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Venue Gungahlin Enclosed Gungahlin Enclosed Viking Park Viking Park Viking Park Gungahlin Enclosed Gungahlin Enclosed Viking Park Viking Park


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Uni-Norths Tuggeranong Wests Last week 2/3 Total 11/24

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Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Wests Last Week 2/3 Total 15/24

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Queanbeyan Royals Wests Last Week 3/3 Total 16/24

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Man of the match Round 8

CONGRATULATIONS TO Charlie Luteru

Charlie was named ‘SKINS Man of the Match’ for his outstanding performance in the round 8 clash between Wests and Royals. Charlie will receive a skins prize pack.


WESTS

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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

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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

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MONARO DIVISION COMPETITION FIRST DIVISION: Round 7 was a high scoring affair for all the winning teams. All three winning clubs in 21st grade scored over 40 points given them bonus point victories. In the match of the round RMC continued their dominance over ADFA this season with at 47-10 victory Number 8 H. Brown scored a hatrick in an impressive attacking display. RMC second grade ran riot over ADFA with a 77-5 victory.

SECOND DIVISION: In round 5 there was of the upsets of the season with Taralga handing Jindabyne its first defeat in over 2 years. Taralga and Jindabyne have had some great matches over the last 2 years including the 2012 Grand Final. The tigers were just far too good for the Bushpigs outscoring them comfortably 36-10. The result see’s Jindabyne go from 1st to 3rd and Taralga equal 1st.

Goulburn still remain undefeated in both grades with a 43-13 victory is 1st grade and a tough 5-0 in 2nd grade against Hall. Dom Falk for Goulburn starred in 1st grade with an 18 point haul.

Taralga at one stage were down to 13 men and managed to score 2 tries to prevent any possible comeback by Jindabyne. Half Back Tom Croker had a blinder for Taralga scoring 16 points include 1 try, 4 conversions and a penalty goal.

Cooma have found some form after a slow start to the season to win at home against Yass 477.The 6 try effort see’s Cooma jump from last on the table to 4th. However the battle between all clubs for a final spot is very close as they start the back end of the season.

Crookwell defeated Boorowa 25-5 but were unable to secure a bonus point which would have had the dogs in outright 1st place. Crookwell currently have a better points differential is which is what has put them in 1st place above Taralga.

Round 8’s match of the round is Cooma v Goulburn at Cooma. Cooma are a very strong team at home and will be looking to continue their rise up the table. Hall will be at home to ADFA and a loss to either team could see them slip down the ladder. RMC and Yass is also another important match up this weekend with competition points a must for both.

Round 6 match of the round will be Crookwell v Jindabyne. Jindabyne will be looking to bounce back and secure a much needed win while Crookwell will want to further their stamp there dominance on the competition.

First Division - 1st Grade TEAM

P

W

D

L

DF

BP

Pts

Goulburn RMC

6 4

6 4

0 0

0 0

247 73

6 2

30 18

ADFA

8

2

0

6

-122

6

14

Cooma

5

2

0

3

-5

3

11

Hall

7

2

0

5

-129

3

11

Yass

6

2

0

4

-64

2

10

nd

Grade

First Division - 2 TEAM

P

W

D

L

DF

BP

Pts

Goulburn Hall

6 7

6 5

0 0

0 2

166 83

4 3

28 23

Yass

6

3

0

3

-2

3

15

Cooma

5

2

0

3

-31

1

9

RMC ADFA

3 7

1 0

0 0

2 7

65 -281

3 0

7 0

Bungendore will play host to Boorowa and both clubs are in desperate need of a victory, especially Boorowa who are yet to register a victory. This match will be a close encounter as there round 2 encounter saw the Mudchooks edge out Boorowa 15-5. Second Division TEAM

P

W

D

L

B

DF

BP

Pts

Crookwell

4

3

1

0

1

57

1

19

Taralga

4

3

0

1

1

46

3

19

Jindabyne

4

2

1

1

1

6

3

17

Bungendore

4

1

0

3

1

-52

0

8

Boorowa

4

0

0

4

1

-57

1

5


BRUMBIES PROVINCIAL TOURNAMENT Congratulations to the Southern Inland Rams Representative Side who took out the 2014 Brumbies Provincial Tournament in Jindabyne over the June Long Weekend at John Connors Oval. The tournament was between Monaro, Southern Inland and South Coast and some exceptional rugby was played in cold conditions. South Australia also participated in the tournament against Southern Inland and Monaro, however those matches were not officially included as part of the tournament. Saturday 7th June Game 1: Southern Inland 43 defeated South Australia 26 Game 2: Monaro 73 defeated South Coast 14 (3 points – Dave Akkersdyk (Monaro), 2 points – Ashley Kenny (SC) & 1 point – Mick Webber (Monaro) Sunday 8th June Game 3: South Australia 64 defeated Monaro 21 Game 4: Southern Inland 115 defeated South Coast 0 (3 points – Jake Eaglesham (SI), 2 points – Jock Munro (SI) & 1 point – Steve Tracey (SI) Monday 9th June Game 5: Southern Inland 42 defeated Monaro 31 (3 points – Daniel Dowson (SI), 2 points – Dave Akkersdyk (Monaro) & 1 point – Jock Munro (SI) Final Standings Southern Inland – 10 points Monaro – 6 points South Coast – 0 points

Player of the Tournament Dave Akkersdyk – Monaro #7

At the conclusion of the tournament, the Brumbies Provincial team (made up of Southern Inland, Monaro and South Coast only) was be selected and will take on the Australia Police Representative Team as the curtain raiser to the UC Brumbies vs. Western Force at GIO Stadium on Friday 11th July. Congratulations to the following players who have been selected in the 2014 Brumbies Provincial Representative Team.

PLAYER

Zone

PLAYER

CLUB

Stuart Garrett

SIRU

Jayden Hunt

Monaro

Jock Munro Aaron Macdougall Ash Levferve Phil Johnson Tanian Naude David Akkersdyk Jake Eaglesham Jack Burey Mick Webber Ryan Morgan Marika Vunibaka James Curgenven Matt Caldwell Dan Rawaqa

SIRU SIRU SIRU Monaro SIRU Monaro SIRU SIRU Monaro SIRU SIRU SIRU Monaro SIRU

David Hook Harry Cook Ashley Kenny Jordan Wilcox Aiden Greaves Jayden Stanton Steve Tracey

Monaro SIRU South Coast Monaro Monaro SIRU SIRU

Richard Turnbull (Coach) Hugh Palmer(Ass Coach) Peter Armstrong (Ass Coach) Tom Adamson (Manager) Matt Turnbull (Trainer)

SIRU SIRU SIRU SIRU SIRU


PREMIER DIVISION TABLES ROUND 8 Premier - First Grade Team Tuggeranong Gungahlin Queanbeyan Wests Royals Uni-Norths Easts

P 7 7 6 7 7 7 7

W 6 4 3 4 4 2 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 3 3 3 3 5 6

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Fft Ag 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

F 275 199 155 171 197 119 74

A 74 172 124 162 145 225 288

Df 201 27 31 9 52 -106 -214

BP 4t 5 5 2 4 3 1 1

BP<7p

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Fft Ag 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

F 251 234 227 149 148 50 97

A 72 89 87 156 173 290 289

Df 179 145 140 -7 -25 -240 -192

BP 4t 5 4 5 3 2 0 1

BP<7p

Df 252 62 -18 59 -107 -19 -229

BP 4t 6 3 4 3 2 2 0

BP<7p

0 0 2 0 0 0 2

Pts 38 25 24 24 23 13 7

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

P 7 6 7 7 7 7 7

W 5 4 5 3 3 1 0

D 1 2 1 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 1 4 4 5 7

0 0 0 1 1 0 1

Pts 36 32 31 20 19 8 6

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

P 7 6 7 7 7 7 7

W 6 5 3 3 3 2 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 1 4 3 4 4 6

NR 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Fft Ag 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

B 1 2 1 1 1 1 1

F 298 132 171 165 104 128 32

A 46 70 189 106 211 147 261

0 0 3 1 0 1 0

Pts 39 31 23 20 18 15 4

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

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

P 7 7 6 7 7 7 7

W 6 4 3 4 2 2 1

D 0 1 2 0 1 0 0

L 1 2 1 3 4 5 6

B 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

F 288 224 135 163 146 97 57

A 70 148 92 138 217 161 284

Df 218 76 43 25 -71 -64 -227

BP 4t 6 6 2 3 3 2 1

Pts 35 28 26 23 18 16 9

BP <7p

1 0 0 0 1 2 0

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

P 6 7 7 7 7 7 7

W 6 6 4 3 2 1 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 1 3 3 4 6 5

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

Fft Ag 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

B 2 1 1 1 1 1 1

F 233 284 180 113 102 72 39

A 85 85 149 125 220 161 198

Df 148 199 31 -12 -118 -89 -159

BP 4t 5 7 2 2 1 1 0

BP<7p

0 0 1 0 0 1 0

Pts 37 35 23 23 18 10 4


John I Dent Cup Photos By Nick Guoth – Uni-Norths v Gungahlin (Rd 8)

2014 Women’s Competition Round 5 The only match that took place before the June long weekend break was Royals v Queanbeyan at Royals. Royals have continued their hot start to the season with a 36-5 victory over the defending champs. Centre Sarah Riordan starred for Royals scoring a hatrick in their 6 try romp.

This weekend QBN will travel to Jindabyne and both teams will look to continue their winning ways. Royals will take on ADFA at Viking Park as Royals men’s team take on Tuggeranong. Women’s Divisions

Uni and ADFA/RMC did not play as that match is being rescheduled. P

W

D

L

Ft

Ft Ag

B

DF

BP

Pts

Royals

3

3

0

0

0

0

1

74

3

19

Queanbeyan

3

1

0

1

0

1

1

11

1

14

Uni-Norths

2

1

0

1

0

0

1

18

1

9

Jindabyne

3

1

0

1

1

0

1

-30

0

8

ADFA

3

0

0

3

0

0

1

-73

0

0

TEAM

Queanbeyan and ADFA/RMC played there round 2 catch up game last Thursday night and it was the Whites who came away with the 3614 victory. Nikki Stanley scored three of the six team tries.


2015 Easts Rugby Canberra Head Coach Position Easts Rugby Canberra is currently seeking a Head Coach for the 2015 season. Primary roles and responsibilities: 

to lead the coaching team responsible for the senior squad;

plan the coaching programme for the season;

plan, prepare and deliver individual coaching sessions for the Club’s senior squad;

ensure that all sessions are designed to develop the skills and understanding of the players in the squad;

evaluate all coaching sessions and games with the coaching team and players; and

provide feedback to coaches, players and, where appropriate, committee members.

By negotiation, additional responsibilities will include: 

undertaking player recruitment in accordance with an agreed budget;

engaging with local community to promote Easts Rugby to the u20 age group; and

undertaking player management activities in coordination with the Easts Board of Management.

Applications, which should outline relevant experience and credentials for the position, will close on Friday 27 June 2014 and should be addressed to club@eastsrugbycanberra.com.au. It is the club’s intention to have the position filled by mid August 2014. The club can offer salary (commensurate on experience), and assistance in job seeking for those applicants wishing to relocate to Canberra. For more information, please email club@eastsrugbycanberra.com.au.


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.


The Gungahlin Eagles would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support in 2014

PLAYER & SUPPORTER SPONSORS ActewAGL Assure Financial Services Brian Grants Kitchens McDonalds Gungahlin Oz Approved Home Loans Tim & Tanya Hutchison Dobinsons Café & Bakery Foxy’s Landscapes Generation Alliance ACT Sport & Recreation

Martinos – Hair & Grooming for Men Canberra Urology LJTJ Podiatry Professionals Bakers Delight Dominoes Pizza Trev’s @ Dickson Gungahlin Electrical Acacia Lansdscapes

Professional Plant Supplies JC Maulers Rodger Bartholomew Menswear Supply Chain Logistics T.J.S. Services People Bank Canberra Security Doors & Screens WTJ Electrical Kazar Slaven CE Industries


NEXT FIXTURES Saturday 21st June PREMIER DIVISION Round 10 Gungahlin Uni-Norths Queanbeyan Royals RMC ADFA Yass

v v v v

Tuggeranong Wests Easts Bye

FIRST DIVISION – Round 9 v Hall v Cooma v Goulburn

Gungahlin Enclosed ANU Griffith

RMC ADFA Yass

SECOND DIVISION – Round 7 Boorowa v Jindabyne Boorowa Taralga v Bungendore Taralga Crookwell v Bye WOMEN’S DIVISION – Round 6 Queanbeyan v ADFA/RMC Queanbeyan Uni-Norths v Jindabyne ANU North Royals v Bye

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


RESULTS & NOTES


2014 John I Dent Cup Club Rugby Round 9 Stampede  

John I Dent Cup Clug Rugby Rounnd 9 Match Day Program

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