Results did not go our way earlier day but each match was keenly contested then seconds made sure their undefeated record stayed intact but what a way to finish on "Brad Brown Day" with firsts running riot to record a morale boosting 43-5 landslide win.
The Blueys first XV ran out against the undefeated home team with confidence that feeling well justified as the boys put on a clinical display of Rugby with a well- toned mixture of class and brilliance. Leading the way Brad Brown of course the legendary loosey was in everything scored the first try converting the last from the sideline sending a flick pass to give junior to give him a five pointer and from start to finish was the class act that made all at the ground so aware of how much we will miss him. However Browny was not on his own Krolly put in a five star effort that only he can Junior demolished the Hills pack Kiwi stood out in an injury affected backline and of course Jeff Kondek kept up his rich vein of top form. of late Stunning display of footy the boys are now in second place and have two home games against Uni and St Pats to come if they can keep up and improve on the standard of Rugby played last Saturday anything is possible.
(D Kroll2 Junior,Browny,Ikanbrodo Saiyasi 2 tries Kroll 4 Brown 1 cons.D Kroll pen.
B&F 3 B Brown 2 D Kroll 1 C Lukins J Kondek PP Brad Brown.
Once again ground out a solid but deserved victory with 19-10 win their fourth in a row. While they are not blowing sides away they are playing with solid structure and most importantly they are undefeated because not only their ability of course but also their total comittment.So many stars against Hills Joel Togo was a stand-out the forward pack again was in sensational form blokes like Matt Wilton and Paul Danby taking it to the opposition all day Wade and Harry were great and of course Emasi Baleivalu had the crowd on their feet whether no matter whether it was attack or defence.
BM 19 (E Baleivalu 2 E Little tries L McNicol 2 cons.
B&F 3 J Togo 2 M Wilton 1 W Murphy H Kirkwood PP Emasi Baleivalu
Were beaten by the better team on the day when they went down 38-26,but as the score indicated they did not go down without a fight .They showed plenty of class at different stages but the rub of the green went the victors way. Without a doubt the Blueys best was Patrick Bowle ,whose style of footy is indicative of this teams mindset he rolled up his sleeves all day took the hard yards and played well above his weight and was a more that worthy man of the match award winner although injured in the act Connor Lowe provided a big match highlight with an awesome kick and chase try.
BM 26 (C Lowe 2 L Frank C Lock tries C Lowe1 B Borg 2 cons).
B&F 3 P Bowler 2 L Croft 1 L Frank PP Patrick Bowler
Thirds suffered their first loss of the season going down 16-10 in a hard fought top of the table clash but as result of this match they were made more aware of where they are as a team at the moment. They paid the price for a slow start but still stuck to their guns and made the winners fight all the way the awesome Ian Docherty was outstanding on the day Bully played his usual inspiring footy and Trent was a tower of strength along with the rest of the childs clan and all fingers crossed for a speedy recovery from the injury Trent sustained.
BM 10 ( TChilds T Wiseby tries)
B&F 3 I Docherty 2 T Childs 1 B Bull PP Ian Docherty.
Being 19-0 at halftime was a poor start to the day. However to their credit the boys came back in the second spell and poured on the pressure but just failed to run down the home team. Annoying result but there was still plenty of positives none better the white hot form showed by Garrie Mcewan he is just producing the goods week after week playing great Rugby and put in yet another five star effort against Hills.
BM 19 (A Bissett 2 W Murphy tries K Doyle 2 cons)
B&F 3 G McEwan 2 W Murphy 1 J Needham B&F Garrie McEwan