Junior Sharks match reports
twice crossing the try line on both sides of the field only to be tackled over the sideline.
In the end the Kangaroos were just too good.
All the boys played some great footy at times, with Man of the Match going to Laquan Warrick, with special mention to Ethan, Kane, Braxton and Matthew. chance of beating a well-drilled team like the Kangaroos.
At halftime Kangaroos were on top in every department and it showed on the scoreboard.
What happened in the last 20 minutes showed the crowd how devastating and creative the Sharks Under-10s can be when given the right motivation.
They came out swinging and stepping their way through the Kangaroos led by Bronson Ryan and Zac Jenkins.
Rayden Walker came back from injury and demonstrated what a lethal runner he is by scoring a try when it was really needed.
Mason Young played another steady game giving good service from dummy half while Braxton Wienert and the other Under-9s as usual backed up from their game and made great contributions. Remo Gibson’s 70m run was one of the highlights of the game.
When the final hooter rang Mossman had run Kangaroos down and won 32-28 which many people have rated as one of the best games of the year.
The man of the match has to be shared this round between Bronson Ryan and Zac Jenkins. Redlynch.
With better ball security the team is now scoring a lot of points and their defence is rock solid as it has been all year led by man of the match performances from Payton Adams and Sean De Munk. Both boys are not very big but push themselves every week for the team and are really playing with a lot of confidence as is the rest of the side.
The boys next week have a chance to finish the regular season undefeated but the team’s main goal this season was to make the final and are happy to have achieved that.
Now focus moves to finals and they know steady improvement is needed to compete with rivals