UN­DER-15S

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

THE Un­der-15s

Sharks trav­elled the Redlynch Ra­zor­backs to Mann St last

Fri­day night to With for the sec­ond take on

sev­eral players time this sea­son. to move into the

un­avail­able, the start­ing line-up op­por­tu­nity for

bench players line-up the boys was on of­fer,

were keen as and with a reshuffl streak. mus­tard to con­tinue

ed their win­ning In­struc­tions be­fore

the game, was the big Redlynch to play as

fast as we can for­ward pack work. and

make ke In greasy con­di­tions

there was dropped the game, but ball

when the Sharks from both teams used his bulk got an op­por­tu­nity,

and early in n the barged over Ham­bone McLean board for the from dummy half n Sharks. to put first points

on Quin­lyn Can­non

was again out­stand­ing op­por­tu­nity for at half­back

his out­side backs cre­at­ing de­fend­ers in the and is prov­ing loads of

team chop­ping to be one the “Mr Da­m­age” twice

down for­wards best Cur­tis Hober smashed

his size. invit­ing the op­po­si­tion ev­ery­thing non-stop that

to run at him, ran near him ef­fort, ex­haust­ing

while Jag­gar Ablett Williams and him­self

put in an­other Jake in de­fence and 16-0. Todd both scored at­tack. Levi be­fore half­time

to make the score The sec­ond half

saw the Sharks for­wards, but main­tain their

it was the ef­forts in­ten­sity in praise. of our out­side the backs that deser

ve Redlynch de­cided

to go wide and look­ing to score at­tack the

some points. flanks of the Sharks Wynn Adams stopped

the Pigs’ at­tack gutsy de­fence on sev­eral and showed clean oc­ca­sions

with some to his wing. hands scoop­ing

up the ball off Is­sac Win­spear

kicks was awe­some rock solid on his

at full­back and wing pulling off Ta­heega Sav­age op­po­si­tion and some great was Ethan Ross con­tin­u­ally tack­les

on his larger How­ever, the Sharks

does a great job went to sleep Redlynch out wide.

in the last 10 scored three tries min­utes scor­ers were mak­ing the fi­nal and

Quin­lyn and Dwar score 24-18. Jake Creek. Other try McCo­mack was

man of the match de­fence which for his

saw sev­eral Redlynch mas­sive ef­fort worked hard for for­wards in

the full game leave the field, work put in at show­ing im­proved and he train­ing. fit­ness from his

hard

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