Jnr Sharks put the bite on

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - SPORT -

UN­DER 7

THE un­der 7’s Broth­ers White didn’t show so the whole game was against Broth­ers Blue. Man of the Match Fletcher Mac­Don­ald was strong in de­fence. Beau Paulke was the re­cip­i­ent of the Coaches award for his hard train­ing ethic. All up, Moss­man were the vic­tors with 40-24 win against Broth­ers. Tries were scored by David Neller (2), Jack Hat­field (1), Wy­att Louri­gan (6), Matthias Jack­o­nia (1) and Jessie Frisina (1). EJ Bowen, Jack Hat­field, Wy­att Louri­gan and Matthias Jack­o­nia were bril­liant at tack­ling and Leilani Pitt was bril­liant all over the field. UN­DER 8

The Un­der 8s had an­other great vic­tory this week­end, de­feat­ing Broth­ers 24 to 16. The Brother’s side had a fire in their belly and were de­ter­mined to beat the Sharks but the Sharkies were just too good with tries from Kye Dury (2), Tyson Os­borne, Malachi Jako­nia, Brodie Fran­cis and Kahlen Marr. De­ter­mined ball run­ning from Jay­den earned him this week’s Man of the Match and the Coaches Award went to the un­stop­pable Kye for his out­stand­ing 26 tack­les and two tries. UN­DER 9

MAN of the Match re­cip­i­ent Ethan Pitt directed the team around very well. Lafe Hat­field had an­other out­stand­ing game in at­tack and de­fence. The team will have to put in a much big­ger ef­fort at train­ing if they are to turn their sea­son around. UN­DER 10

The Un­der 10’s won on a for­feit against Broth­ers Blue. UN­DER 11

Un­der 11’s 1-6 win against Sub­urbs was built on poor ball dis­ci­pline but out­stand­ing de­fence. With the local boys un­de­feated and head­ing off to Townsville for the Lau­rie Spina Cup, the team re­ally has to learn to com­plete their sets as their de­fence will be tested. Man of the Match Lach­lan Buzza leads the team in de­fence ev­ery week with his hard run­ninge. Coaches men­tion to new sharky Jai Miller who made some good tack­les and Pay­ton Adams who turned over the ball late in the game but made up for it with a clas­sic front on tackle to turn over pos­ses­sion. UN­DER 12

The Un­der 12’s were back in form on Satur­day against Kan­ga­roos. Austen Tay­ley was sen­sa­tional and al­most un­stop­pable. Kan­ga­roos started out re­ally strong, but the Moss­man Boys showed them that they were big­ger and fit­ter. An­thony Slaw­son was tack­ling hard and Scotty Bowen took some great catches in his first game of the sea­son. Tries to Zachary Os­borne (2), Austen Tay­ley (2), Phoenix Solomon (1), and con­ver­sions by Zachary and Trazane Cob­bFis­cher saw the Sharks win 24 -14. UN­DER 13

The u13’s had their first loss of the sea­son go­ing down to reign­ing pre­miers, Kan­ga­roos, 30-14. The boys failed to com­plete the first set from the kick off ,which led to a Kan­ga­roos try in the first 5 min­utes. This set the tone for the next 20 min­utes and Roos ran in 4 more unan­swered tries be­fore Wayne Oui crashed over to get the Sharks on the board. Man of the match went to the big lit­tle man, Eli­jah Royee ,who played his last game for the Sharks and player’s player again went to Wayne Oui. UN­DER 15 THE Sharks lost to their arch ri­vals Ivan­hoes on the week­end.

The same mis­takes seen all year ap­peared and they found them­selves on the back­foot as the Ivan­hoes raced to an 18-0 lead af­ter twenty min­utes.

The fi­nal score was 28-16, Jake McCor­mack scored twice and Dwar Creek scored once, Quin­lyn kicked two goals. Dwar Creek was awarded man of the match for his great ef­fort.

Break on through: Wy­att Louri­gan, Un­der 7

Tack­led: Leilani Pitt, un­der 7

Ready to pass: Pay­ton Adams, un­der 11

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Australia

© PressReader. All rights reserved.