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Thursday 24th & Saturday 26th of April 2014 – ROUND 3 BROUGHT TO YOU BY BRUMBIES RUGBY

JOHN I DENT CUP MATCH OF THE ROUND Tuggeranong v Queanbeyan 7:40pm Kick Off – Viking Park Thursday 24th April

Gungahlin v Wests – Gungahlin Enclosed, 3:15pm Uni-Norths v Royals – ANU North Oval, 3:05pm Easts – Bye


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John I Dent Cup Preview: Round 3 Saturday, 26th April 2014

Match of the Round:

Tuggeranong (3rd) v Queanbeyan (2nd), Viking Park – Thursday 24th April First Grade: 7:40pm, Reserve Grade: 6:15pm, Colts: 4:50pm

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Tuggeranong and Queanbeyan have agreed to play there Round 3 fixture for 1 grade, 2 grade and colts rd th under lights at Viking Park on Thursday night while 3 and 4 grade are to be rescheduled for a later date. This match under lights is going to be a block buster of two competition heavy weights and will give both clubs an early indication of where they are at early in the season. Vikings started off their title defence with a solid 39-14 win over Uni-Norths at ANU. Tuggeranong got off to a good start scoring early points putting the Owls on the back foot from the start. This week though will be a much tougher test especially in unfamiliar match play conditions for both clubs. Tuggeranong will be without Australia u20’s squad members Joe Powel and Rowan Perry and have called in Clinton Dale and Kerry Mclnerney to replace them. Hooker Michael Henry also returns this week from injury and will booster Vikings forward pack and lineout set piece. Queanbeyan kicked started their quest for John I Dent glory with an impressive 38-17 win over 2013 runners up Royals. New recruit Michael Stolberg starred for the Whites and received the Skins Man of the Match award. Centre HP Momsen also put in a solid game for Queanbeyan scoring 18 individual points while his twin brother Altus scored a double. Look for Queanbeyan to try and dominate up front with their huge forward and unsettle Vikings. The last time these two teams played: Round 18 2013 (Queanbeyan 29 def Tuggeranong 28)

Uni-Norths (7th) v Royasl (5th), ANU North Oval, Turner First Grade: 3.15pm, Reserve Grade: 1.50pm, Colts: 12.25pm

Uni-Norths have gotten off to a slow start for 2014, but have shown signs of improvement compared to that of 2013. The Owls finished off strongly in their matches against Tuggeranong and Gungahlin, but early points conceded proved to be the difference in the end. This weekend’s match will be another test for the Owls, taking on last year’s runners up. A win for the Owls will see Royals suffer consecutive loss for 2014 and put Uni-Norths on track for a break out season. Royals will be out to secure their first win of 2014 after a disappointing loss to Queanbeyan at home in round st 2. Two serious injuries to 1 graders Sekope Meke and Ben Leaper, both who are now recovering well, see a reshuffled side, with Craig McMahon returning to fly half, and Brumbies Haru Tatekawa moving from 10 to inside centre while Tyson Tamihere comes into the second row. Both teams will come out firing and will look to their backlines to capitalize on the hard work done by there forwards as they aim to join the winners circle. The last time these two teams played: Round 18, 2013 (Royals 59 def Uni-Norths 39)

Gungahlin (1st) v Wests (4th), Gungahlin Enclosed First Grade: 3.05pm, Reserve Grade: 1.40pm, Colts: 12.15pm

Gungahlin have started off their season with a bang, winning their first two games with bonus points. The Eagles made easy work of East’s with a comprehensive 46-14 win before out enthusing the Owls in the first half to win 31-14. The Eagles have been again been bolstered by the inclusion of 4 brumbies players, while Matt Hawke, Mesu Dolokoto, Mitch Connolly and Xavier Duffy all who were apart of the ACT VX’s program have lead from the front. Brumby Lionel Cronje has starred at fly half for the eagles and it was evident against Uni-Norths scoring 21 points. Wests start to the 2014 season has been less than ideal having not played a game since there last trial against Royals in late March. While they have not been able to get any game time under their belts, Wests will have had plenty of time to work on key areas and prepare for this weekend match. Craig Robberds has made one change to his side that was meant to take the paddock in round 1 with Montana O’Neil slotting onto the wing and Drew Southwell moving from the win to fullback. The last time these two teams played: Round 18, 2013 (West 46 def Gungahlin 19)


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“SKINS MATCH OF THE ROUND” TUGGERANONG v QUEANBEYAN THURSDAY 24TH APRIL, 2014 VIKING PARK KICK OFF – 7:40PM REFEREE – Dom McCarthy

TUGGERANONG Red & White J Lay M Henry JP Pradaud G Clouston M Oakman Hunt D Oakman Hunt K McInerney T Cree C Dale I Thompson A Dickson R Iona E Suavai J Niumata B Taueki Brad Harris

QUEANBEYAN White & Sky Blue 1. L/H Prop Andy Goslett 2. Hooker Adam Kennedy 3. T/H Prop Les Makin 4. Lock Toby Wilson 5. Lock Michael Stolberg 6. BL/S Flanker Tim Macnamara 7. OP/S Flanker Dan Penca 8. Number 8 Tai Valeni 9. Scrum Half Alex Rowley 10. Fly Half Billy Chalker 11. Left Wing Keith Morgan 12. I/S Centre Altus Momsen 13. O/S Centre Hp Momsen 14. Right Wing Jamie Marmont 15. Fullback Brendan Spears Coach

Adam Fahey

Bryce McNicol

Assistant

Tony Doherty/Glen Stumbles

David Assenheim

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.


TUGGERANONG v QUEANBEYAN 24th April, 2014 VIKING PARK

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

6:15PM Brad Dale

Tuggeranong M Wafer R Gillespie F Simpson J Cartwright S Naeta S Hagisawa A O’Grady A Vaihu T Garrett J Rewi Wetini B Jones D Wellington N Ah Wong N Murray

Queanbeyan

Nick McCarthy

Nick Wong Brad Jones

4:50PM Denis Beissner

Tuggeranong

Tom Dunstan Matt Connelly Tangi Maine Josh Townsend Matt Maloney Ryan Jones Cameron Stanley Tom G Darmody Dan Hawke Sam McNeil Doug Lancaster Josh White Robbie Bartlett Robert Beath

T Blencowe Maligi Finau Brendan Allardyce Sam French Taishi Furukawa Paul Simonsson

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

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

K Norcott C McInerney T Lomax C Smith D Blackmore J Kazias J Place T Harris B Henman G Knight J Worman J Langtry M Malatase C Wellington

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Queanbeyan Neori Nadruku Jake Gordon Jordan Cremerius Euan MacKillop Jack Wooton Mitch Sullivan Charlie Valeni Dylan Jancevski Mitch Douch Hamish Ahern Tyran Sullivan Riley Ahern Jordan Read Caden Helmers

J Reid Abram Kara Ryan Roberts Sean Debenham

Assistant

Lee Boswell Tim Hawke

Manager

Brett Irwin Phil Hawke

MATCH PREVIEW Like Colts, we have a rematch of last year’s Grand Final. Tuggeranong and Queanbeyan both secured bonus point wins against their round 2 opponents. Fresh from the Easter break, we can expect both teams have been working on key areas of their game in order to secure early competition points.

Vikings showed there class in round 2 against Uni-Norths piling on 48 point in the second half to win 58-16 after being behind 11-10. While Queanbeyan started off their season with a hard fought win over Royals 13-5. In a rematch of last year’s Grand Final, we can expect this match to be a lot closer than the 41-8 victory to Tuggeranong


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GUNGAHLIN V WESTS

26th APRIL, 2014 GUNGAHLIN ENCLOSED OVAL KICK OFF – 3:15PM REFEREE – Brett Bowden

GUNGAHLIN Black & Red Ruaidhri Murphy Josh Mann-Rea Patricio Noriega Will Yeo Sam O'Leary Xavier Duffy Mesu Dolofoto Rutikha Ilolhia Conrad Hoffmann Lionel Cronje Christiaan Smit Matt Hawke Mitchell Connolly Andrew Barrell Jordan Fulivai

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 Sioeli Latu Matt Carl Elliott Ben Coutts Dave McKern Alex Giucci Matt Ryan Gareth Bautz Uelese Uelese Peter Raines Simon Uphill Montana O’Neil Charlie Luteru Junior Luteru Gareth Watts Drew Southwell

Owen Finegan

Coach

Craig Robberds

Adam Connelly

Assistant

Matt Sutherland

Glenn Davis

Manager

Trevor Ellis

MATCH FACT After playing last Thursday night under lights, Gungahlin have another opportunity to play at the new Gungahlin enclosed oval. In 2013 West and Gungahlin played 3 times with the Lions taking the honors with 2 wins. The round 8 match was one to remember with Wests winning 22-17at Jamison.


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GUNGAHLIN v WESTS 26th April, 2014 GUNGAHLIN ENCLOSED OVAL

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:50PM Michael Rahilly

Gungahlin Sione Taufui Alex Small Liam McGrath Andrew Gibson Josh Bowles Christian Baseler Will Campbell Ben McGee Sean Connachie Dan Mannix James Lovell Paula Katoa Luke Duffy Ryan Goodall

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Wests

Gungahlin

Joel Malouf Matt Pankhurst Ash McGeown Tobi Huho Charlie Eichholzer Dan Killick-Moran Fergus Pieklans Sitauti Mailei Ben Bidencope Luke Morrison

Percy McCrone Andrew Parsons Alex McNamara Ben Sione Anthony Dawes Gus McKerchar

Tim Davis Luke Roberts Tyronne Anderson Graeme Cook Graham Johnson Tony Scott

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

Conor McGeechan Ethan Jones Lachlan Staib Stephen Ivory Andrew Anderson Josh Slarke Jay Humble Callum Murphy Josh Brugman Dan Garner Adam Rummery James Rumble Nat Rizzo Rhys Burns

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James Martin

Coach

Andrew Fleming

Assistant

P. O'Neill/S. Davidson

Manager

Rick Rummery

12:25PM Owen Keane Wests Hugo McDermott Aaron Malouf Nick Rodriguez Eugene Rebsdorf Ben Abbott Hayden Scott Brock Budworth Mitch Tye Jack Hobbs Ashley Meek Miles Olleva Dion Amosa Mark Rousell Michael Irvine Moi Kaufononga Dave Carter

Ron Meek

MATCH PREVIEW Gungahlin 2nd grade are off to a great start with 2 bonus point wins against Easts and Uni-Norths. With four brumbies players in 1st grade this week, the Eagles have a very impressive line up. Wests on the other hand are yet to play a match due to rescheduling and the bye in round 2. Expect Wests to be raring to go and kick start their season with a bang.

Gungahlin’s colts like there 2nd Grade are also off to a great start with 2 wins in a row. Last Thursday night they played against Uni-Norths and showed they are a much improved side winning 33-28. Wests though suffered a disappointing loss to Royals last Wednesday night and will be looking to bounce back immediately.


GUNGAHLIN v WESTS 26th April, 2014 GUNGAHLIN ENCLOSED OVAL

Third Grade: REFEREE:

11:05AM Steve Peak

Gungahlin

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Wests

Gungahlin

Rikki Lloyd Douglas Kim Mark Rowbotham Keenan Troth Jack Ryan Oscar Wright Liam Bacon Adam Gow Tony Born Jack Ellis-Flint Anau Takiari James Faaeteete Matt Jones Jeremy Sefo Haidn Ward Ryan Marias

Leigh Hancock Iveni Tuitupo Chris Grierson Pat Harding James Gaukroger Leka Hakaumotu Luke Elliott Brendon Pye Toby Newton McGee Matt Power James Gregory Mitch Ward Daniel Griffin Tom Hyland

Brendan Pye John Ryan

9:45AM Chad Burnell Wests

Chris Rigter Adrian Webb Chris Curran Brad Burgess Alex Wilson Fred Hess Andy O’Brien Simon Moyle Chris Ashmore Gareth Hutchinson Ewan Colloff Simon Trewin Ritchie Burton Phil Milne Andy Mahl Rod Palmer

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

Alex Tanzer C. Powell / B. Lyons J. Campbell / L. Wild Tom O'Sullivan Phil Hammond Edwin Hay Mark Dawes Derek Leefe Stefan Tuionetoa Justin Dariol Chris Faaee Harley Tapa Justin Dariol Jacob Thomas

15 Coach

G. Ward / S. Pye

Assistant

Des Fooks

Manager

Mick Ward Rod Palmer

Mitchell Perry John Palmer

MATCH PREVIEW Gungahlin currently sit 2nd on the ladder with an impressive 31-7 win over Easts. The win saw two Eagles players score doubles in their 5 tries to 1 victory. Wests suffered a heart breaking loss to Royals last Wednesday night, going down 2215 as Royals scored on the bell with the score locked at 15 all.

The Eagles are yet to play a game this season, with a forfeit in round 2 by Easts, but had a strong showing in trails leading up to the season. Wests suffered a loss in their first game of the season against Royals 19-5 and will be fresh form there round 2 bye and Easter break.


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UNI-NORTHS v ROYALS 26th APRIL, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL

KICK OFF – 3:05PM REFEREE – Scott Izod

UNI-NORTHS Navy, Yellow & Green Scott Meakins Cuan Hablutzel Wes Malton Joe Ritchie Richard Taumoepeau Tylor Bunting Tom McVerry Bhiamie Williamson (C) Edan Campbell-O’Brien Tom Gilmore Wily Fine Samuel Irwin Liam Gallagher Phillip Ferreira Jackson Te Huki Joe Hedger

ROYALS POSITION Royal Blue & White 1. L/H Prop Feleti Kaihea Nathan Regan 2. Hooker Anthony Chan 3. T/H Prop Nathan Selwood 4. Lock Tyson Tamihere 5. Lock 6. BL/S Flanker Steve Sione 7. OP/S Flanker Brendan Woodward Lachlan McCaffery 8. Number 8 9. Scrum Half Pedro Rolando Craig McMahon 10. Fly Half Jason Swain 11. Left Wing 12. I/S Centre Harumichi Tatekawa 13. O/S Centre Ed Lagalli 14. Right Wing Liam Slater Tim Cornforth 15. Fullback Coach

Russel Ingram

Anthony Hayes / Dave Purser

Assistant

Joe Kolokihakaufisi

Deon Norval

Manager

Chris Beath

MATCH FACT The Owls and Royals played each other three times last year with Royals winning all three matches. There Round 4 clash was played as a curtain raiser to the Brumbies v Force game. In their round 18 match Royals won 59-39 in a high scoring affair.


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UNI-NORTHS v ROYALS 26th April, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL

Reserve Grade: REFEREE:

1:40PM Rohan Nishantha

Uni-Norths Josh Collins Luke D’Aquino Wes Malton Peter Curlewis Angus Judd Nick Jones David Bennett Charlie Fairfield-Smith Brett Nicholas Royce Bua Dan O’Brien John Ramanu Simon Howard Will Mendumb Andrew Garvey

Colts Grade: REFEREE:

Royals

Uni-Norths

Faalelai Sione Sam Taiseni Brian Kaio Jake Bindley Connor McGoverne John MacPherson Ed Larkin Jon Andrew-Copsy Nick Tankey Jamie Bodman Chris Russell Gintarou Takahashi Luke McCreath Tom Pritchard Tim Johnston

Glenn Croker Matt Weaver Dave Murray Terry Kinnane Luke Fisher

12:15PM Andrew Crozier Royals

Peni Nifo Kurt Schmylo Loia Kaihea Eddie Powell James Atkins Loia Fotu Jacob Mann Hugh Cowan Brenton Acreman Harry Burey Lochie Rebetske Bryce Gibson Ed Hallisey Jacob Corkhill Jordan Thompson Otto Wrakonei

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

Isileli Fa Ed Garraway Max Bode Seamus Leyland Callum Richardson Lachlan Watt Matt Bautz Tom Harding Seth Stoltenberg Justin Dinopolous Reuben Kua Tom Hall Alec Jones Tom Lomax

15 Assistant

Dan Hooper Tom Beinke Sam Ralph Matt Crowe

Manager

Kaitlyn Rolfe Matt Shevlin

Coach

MATCH PREVIEW Uni-North’s are off to a slow start with 2 losses, but will ready to bounce back this weekend against Royals. A couple of late try’s from Gungahlin blew the score out in last Thursday match but the Owls were in the game. Royals have only played the one match against Queanbeyan going down 28-19 in a hard fought encounter. Look for Royals to try and dominate early in the forwards to give their backs plenty of front foot ball.

The Owls aren’t off to a good start with consecutive losses to Vikings and Gungahlin. Uni-Norths did manager to secure 2 bonus points against Gungahlin but ill discipline was a major issue for them. Royals have had mixed results going down to Queanbeyan in a tight match before scoring a bonus point win over Wests. Both teams have big forward packs so we can expect a physical battle.


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UNI-NORTHS v ROYALS 26th April, 2014 ANU NORTH OVAL

Third Grade: REFEREE:

12:15PM Reece Henshaw

Uni-Norths Max Cusack Rob Krauss Luke D’Quino Jake Collins Dave Darcy Stee Niko Tom Mulquiney Reuben Heagney Paul Crowe © Tom Hennessey Sam Cameron Johnny Ramanu Jack Birtwhistle Remmi Sam Burns

Fourth Grade: REFEREE:

Royals

Uni-Norths

Tim Elliott Damian Ramsden Luke Fisher Tom MacGregor Tim McMahon Jarryd Pianca Dan Woodward David Boyle Zac Elliott Nathan Lalliard Solu Feleu Chris Burridge Brendan Russell Bobby Dalton Eugene Haigh

Rob Krauss Mick Burrows

Royals

Joel Symmons Jim Taylor Lachie Smith Jerome Freestone Tom Rebetzke Aedon Koning James Douglas Brendan Maher Robert Singh Josh Staniforth Nettie Sokising Tony McGrath Luke Colquhoun Fiama Manu Angus Forsyth Vaughan Welch

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

Lachie Fryer Matt Holloway © Laurie Walker Mike Parks Jack Simpson Craig McKillop Lewis Street James Douglas Alex Sumpter Sean Bedford Chris Mayer John Brennen Ben McDonald Sam Allen

15 Coach Assistant

Mike Jensen

10:55AM Anne Nelsone

Manager

Lloyd Petty Jimmy Taylor Vaughan Welch Jerome Freestone

MATCH PREVIEW The Owls 3rd grade team has started in fine form with an upset victory over Vikings in round 2.UniNorths were able to sustain the pressure from Vikings to hold on in a memorable 14-7 victory. Royals though went down to defending champions Queanbeyan in round 2 but will be confident after there stunning last minute victory against Wests last Wednesday night.

Both Royals and Uni-Norths have started the season with a loss, but Royals bounced back defeating Wests in there rescheduled match where as Uni are yet to play there rescheduled match. Both clubs have big numbers in 4th grade and have a mix of both youth and old heads. Like 3rd grade this will be a close battle between the two sides.


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John I Dent Cup Results th Round 2 – 12 April

PREMIER – 1st GRADE Home Team Royals Uni-Norths Easts Wests

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PREMIER – 2nd GRADE Home Team Royals Uni-Norths Easts Wests

v 19 13 0

PREMIER – COLTS Home Team Royals Uni-Norths Easts Wests

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v 11 14 7

PREMIER – 4th GRADE Home Team Royals Uni-Norths Easts Wests

v v v v

v 5 16 0

PREMIER – 3rd GRADE Home Team Royals Uni-Norths Easts Wests

v v v v

v v v v

v 12 10 0

v v v v

Away Team Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Gungahlin Bye

Location 38 39 46

Away Team Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Gungahlin Bye

Location 28 39 64

Phillip Oval ANU North Oval Griffith Oval

13 58 15

Phillip Oval ANU North Oval Griffith Oval

24 7 31

Phillip Oval ANU North Oval Griffith Oval

50 43 20

Phillip Oval ANU North Oval Griffith Oval

Away Team Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Gungahlin Bye

Location

Away Team

Location

Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Gungahlin Bye

Away Team Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Gungahlin Bye

Phillip Oval ANU North Oval Griffith Oval

Location

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Grade

Home Team

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Away Team

Location

16 April Colts Wests 17 v Royals 27 ADFA th rd 16 April 3 Grade Wests 15 v Royals 22 Southwell Park th th 16 April 4 Grade Wests 5 v Royals 19 Southwell Park th st 17 April 1 Grade Gungahlin 31 v Uni-Norths 14 Gungahlin Enclosed th nd 17 April 2 Grade Gungahlin 36 v Uni-Norths 19 Gungahlin Enclosed th 17 April Colts Gungahlin 38 v Uni-Norths 28 Gungahlin Enclosed st nd Note: Fixtures between Easts v Tuggeranong, Royals v Wests (1 & 2 Grade) & Gungahlin v Unird th Norths (3 & 4 Grade) are still to be rescheduled.


PREMIER DIVISION TABLES ROUND 2 Premier - First Grade Team Gungahlin Queanbeyan Tuggeranong Wests Royals Easts Uni-Norths

P 2 1 1 0 1 1 2

W 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 1 1 2

B 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

F 77 38 39 0 17 14 28

A 28 17 14 0 38 46 70

Df 49 21 25 0 -21 -32 -42

BP 4t 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

BP <7p

Pts 10 9 5 4 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

P 2 1 1 0 1 2 1

W 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 1 2 1

B 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

F 100 28 39 0 19 32 0

A 19 19 13 0 28 75 64

Df 81 9 26 0 -9 -43 -64

BP 4t 2 1 1 0 0 0 0

BP <7p

W 2 1 1 1 0 0 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 1 1 2 1

B 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

F 48 13 58 32 17 44 0

A 28 5 16 30 27 91 15

Df 20 8 42 2 -10 -47 -15

BP 4t 1 0 1 1 0 1 0

BP <7p

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 1 1 0 1 1

B 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

F 24 31 33 15 14 7 7

A 11 7 39 22 7 14 31

Df 13 24 -6 -7 7 -7 -24

BP 4t 1 1 1 0 0 0 0

BP <7p

Pts 10 9 5 4 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

P 2 1 1 2 1 2 1

Pts 9 8 5 5 4 2 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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

P 1 1 2 1 1 1 1

W 1 1 1 0 1 0 0

Pts 9 5 5 5 4 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 1 0

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

P 1 1 1 1 2 1 1

W 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 1 1 0 1

Fft 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

Fft Ag 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

B 1 0 0 1 0 0 0

F 50 43 20 5 31 0 10

A 12 10 0 19 55 20 43

Df 38 33 20 -14 -24 -20 -33

BP 4t 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

BP <7p

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pts 9 5 5 4 4 0 0


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Queanbeyan Gungahlin Uni-Norths Last week 2/3 Total 2/4

Tuggeranong Wests Royals Last Week 1/3 Total 2/4

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Tuggeranong Gungahlin Uni-Norths Last Week 2/3 Total 2/4

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Queanbeyan Wests Royals Last Week 2/3 Total 3/4

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Man of the match Round 2

CONGRATULATIONS TO MICHAEL STOLBERG

Michael was named ‘SKINS Man of the Match’ for his outstanding performance in the round 2 clash between Royals and Queanbeyan. Michael will receive a skins prize pack.


John I Dent Cup Photos By Nick Guoth – RD 1


MONARO 1st DIVISION & WOMEN’S COMPETITION FIRST DIVISION: Monaro First Division will have another competition bye this weekend, but a number of rescheduled matches will be taking place this weekend. ADFA and RMC 1st Grade had the honour in playing the curtain raiser before the ANZAC game between the Brumbies and the Chiefs. This is a great opportunity and experience for both clubs especially on such a significant day. RMC will then have to back up on Sunday to take on Yass in there round 3 rescheduled match. The games will be played at Yass with 2nd Grade kicking off at 1:30pm and 1st Grade at 3:00pm. Last Sunday, ADFA travelled to Goulburn to play there round 11 rescheduled game and the 1st grade match was a tight affair. The match was a replay of last year preliminary final and the clubs did not disappoint. Goulburn held on for a 29-28 thanks to a double to winger Rob Sheekey. ADFA’s fly half Jared Lewthwaite starred scoring 11 of the 28 points, and converted all 4 tries. In 2nd Grade Goulburn were far more superior defeating ADFA 49-0. The Dirty Reds scored 7 tries, with 2 players scoring doubles. Winger Brandon Courts was outstanding for Goulburn, scoring a double and kicking 7/7 to finish the game with 24 points. 1st Grade TEAM

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D

L

FFT

DF

BP

Pts

Goulburn Yass ADFA

2 1 1

2 1 0

0 0 0

0 0 1

0 0 0

50 42 -1

2 1 2

10 5 2

RMC

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Cooma Hall

0 2

0 0

0 0

0 2

0 0

0 -91

0 0

0 0

2nd Grade TEAM

P

W

D

L

FFT

DF

BP

Pts

Goulburn Hall RMC Cooma Yass ADFA

2 2 0 0 1 1

2 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 1 1

0 0 0 0 0 0

70 24 0 0 -45 -49

2 1 0 0 0 0

10 5 0 0 0 0

WOMEN’S DIVISION – Pre Season 7’s The Women kick started their pre season 7’s carnivals at ANU on the 12th April with all clubs except Royals taking part. Uni-North’s, Queanbeyan, ADFA/RMC & Jindabyne all played each other with Queanbeyan being the only team undefeated. Queanbeyan defeated Uni-Norths in a battle of the heavy weights, before making easy work of both Jindabyne and ADFA/RMC. Uni-Norths were outplayed by Queanbeyan in their first match, but bounced back to secure wins over ADFA/RMC and Jindabyne to finish off on a high in front of their home fans. ADFA/RMC was the real improvers and has benefited majorly with the combination of both ADFA and RMC. While they went down to both Queanbeyan and Uni-Norths, the score lines were respectable and a lot of promise was shown. ADFA/RMC finished off strong with a hard fought victory over Jindabyne. The girls from ADFA/RMC had a number of supporter come along to watch them and in the end helped get them across the line. Jindabyne unfortunately finished off the carnival with no wins, but were able to identify key areas they will need to work on before the 15’s season gets under way and were able to introduce a number of new girls to rugby. ACT Rugby Union would like to thank UniNorths for hosting the carnival and thank all that participate. The next carnival will be Saturday May 3rd at Queanbeyan’s Campese Field where the girls will play a number of 10’s matches in the lead up round 1 the following week.


NEXT FIXTURES Saturday 3rd May PREMIER DIVISION Round 4 Queanbeyan Wests Royals Gungahlin

ADFA

v v v v

Uni-Norths Easts Tuggeranong Bye

Campese Jamison Phillip

FIRST DIVISION – Round 3 v Hall ADFA*

*Played on Friday 2nd May

Goulburn Yass

v v

Cooma RMC

Goulburn Yass**

**To be rescheduled

SECOND DIVISION – Round 1 Crookwell v Taralga Crookwell Bungendore v Jindabyne Jamison Boorowa v Bye WOMEN’S DIVISION Pre Season 10’s Carnival - Queanbeyan

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


RESULTS & NOTES

John I Dent Cup Stampede Round 3 2014  

2014 John I Dent Cup Club Rugby Round 3 Match Day Program

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