Big wins for St Marys Rugby League

St Marys Rugby League Club secured three minor premierships on the weekend, with strong victories against Glenmore Park.

A grade, reserve grade and under-17s all topped the table after the regular season, with semi-finals taking place on August 24.

A Grade

A Grade thought their game would be an easy one but it took 10 minutes for Liam Bastian to open the scoring, before Rohan Madgwick, amazingly, missed the conversion.

Another seven minutes passed before Luke Nadurutalo scored and again Madgwick failed to convert and Saints lead 8-0 after 20 minutes.

Then the floodgates opened and to make the half time score 34-0.

Again it took 10 minutes to reopen the scoring, with Dylon Gilbert crossing for one of his three tries on the day. Final score was 62-0 with 15 minutes left on the clock.

Dylan Gilbert was Man of the Match.

Reserve Grade

Reserve grade scored early and were up 68-6 with time left on the clock, but the boys were keen to get a run after Windsor forfeiting last week and the bye next week.

Henry Fui Lemi managed two of the 12 tries scored. 

Clint Lovering kicked six goals, Gordon Toomalatai three goals and Junior Pati kicked his 1st ever conversion. Ben Bragg received the Man of the Match award.

St Marys Rugby League Club sewed up three minor premierships on the weekend with strong victories against Glenmore Park.

A grade, reserve grade and under-17s all topped the table after the regular season, with semi-finals taking place on August 24.

A Grade thought their game would be an easy one but it took 10 minutes for Liam Bastian to open the scoring, before Rohan Madgwick, amazingly, missed the conversion.

Another seven minutes passed before Luke Nadurutalo scored and again Madgwick failed to convert and Saints lead 8-0 after 20 minutes.

Then the floodgates opened and to make the half time score 34-0.

Again it took 10 minutes to reopen the scoring, with Dylon Gilbert crossing for one of his three tries on the day. Final score was 62-0 with 15 minutes left on the clock.

Dylan Gilbert was Man of the Match.

Reserve grade also scored early and were up 68-6 with time left on the clock, but our boys were keen to get a run after Windsor forfeiting last week and the bye next week.

Henry Fui Lemi managed two of the 12 tries scored. 

Clint Lovering kicked six goals, Gordon Toomalatai three goals and Junior Pati kicked his 1st ever conversion. Ben Bragg received the Man of the Match award.

C Grade

C grade scored after 2 minutes with Gillespie cruising through after some uncommitted defence by Glenmore Park, which set the tone for the game. St Marys lead 42-0 at half time and recorded the 62-0 mercy scoreline 15 minutes before full time.

Zac Roberts scored a double and a few extra players managed to kick a conversion.

Man of the match was Cameron Collins.

17/1s played second last Glenmore Park, coming off the back of a couple of good wins. 

St Marys wanted to finish the season off on a high and did that, winning 62-0. The 13 players to start the game were found thanks to Mitch Butfield and Atah backing up from under-16s.

Man of the match today was Tyrone Roche, with good games from our halves Jarome Broadbridge and Jayden Murphy-Hinton.

C grade scored after 2 minutes with Gillespie cruising through after some uncommitted defence by Glenmore Park, which set the tone for the game. St Marys lead 42-0 at half time and recorded the 62-0 mercy scoreline 15 minutes before full time.

Zac Roberts scored a double and a few extra players managed to kick a conversion.

Man of the match was Cameron Collins.

Under-17s

Under-17/1s played second last Glenmore Park, coming off the back of a couple of good wins. 

St Marys wanted to finish the season off on a high and did that, winning 62-0. The 13 players to start the game were found thanks to Mitch Butfield and Atah backing up from under-16s.

Man of the match today was Tyrone Roche, with good games from our halves Jarome Broadbridge and Jayden Murphy-Hinton.

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