UWS Hawkesbury

14 August 2002

UWS Hawkesbury

 

Round 3 Blue Mountains vís UWS Hawkesbury


Clark Cup

 

UWS have handed the Blueys their first defeat this season. The Blueys had the edge in the 1st half when winger Ross Kerkham brang the crowd to its feet with a boost of speed down the side line and touched down in the corner. However Ill-discipline throughout the second stanza  proved especially costly letting in 4 unanswered trys. The blueys bounced back with 2 penalty goals but this was not enough and went down
24-11 congratulations to Nathen McGuire who played his 100 game.

B& F: 3. Nathen McGuire 2. Jonathan Collins 1. David Orr

Players Player: Jonathan Collins
 

 Farrant Cup

 

Continuing to dominate 2nd grade gave UWS a rugby lesson in the polished 20-12 victory now being the only undefeated side in the competition. The forward power of Grant Opie and the Faapoi brothers gave the blueys backs plently of possession to show of their skills and they did this in stlye with trys to Darren Thomas, Stephen Fria and Afolau Afolau.

B&F: 3. Grant Opie 2. Danial McSpadden 1. Mitch Power

Players Player: Dayne Nichols

 
 
 

Campbell Cup

 

3rd  Grade extended their unbeaten run with a 33-10 victory in prefect conditions at Lapstone Oval. The Blueys exploded with five tries once again Tim Farrugia was amongst the scorers with two while Daniel McGlinn Afolau Afolua and Daniel Wirght kept the scoreboard ticking over. With a bouns point sees the blueys on top of the competition ladder.

B&F: 3. Josh McPherson 2. Afolau Afolau 1. Stewart Lamont & Clayton Higgins

Players Player: Josh MacPherson 
 
Nicholson Cup


Coach Mick Haumu had plenty to celebrate in the 4th Grade fixture not only was it his 250 appearance for the Blueys but his charges put the cleaners through UWS with a solid 26- 0 victory. Stand out players were James Field, Richard Moss and Kristian Jeffrey.

B&F: 3. James Field 2. Richard Moss 1. Kristian Jeffrey

Players Player: David McCulloch

 

 


 




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