Discussion in 'NSW Cup / Juniors' started by ALX25, Oct 17, 2017.
Agree. I got last weekends games and times from Wests. Pathetic
Havent seen anything re a draw as yet - my understanding is that there are trials over the next two Saturdays at Chester Hill against Parra then Cronulla.
100% dogs play parra next Saturday at Chester hill then the dogs matts and Sg ball play the sharks on the 2nd of feb also at Chester hill
Matts and Sg ball Round 1 starts on The 10th of feb against the roosters at Henson park matts kick off at 11:30 followed by Sg ball
Thanks - you need to be on the Dogs payroll!
Good to see the best back and the best forward were ours.
@r_m_i if you happen to get a draw with information/dates/times, I'll be more than happy to pop it up on our social media pages, as well as feature it on the forums here.
Like many others I'd love to see more support for the lower grades.
Imagine being able to say "hey that's John Smith.. I remember seeing him play for SG Ball, and now he's playing first grade".
Not a problem once I get some info about the juniors I will update it straight away..
I found the draw on forums unlimited but it won't open for me try ur luck
The only difference in Harold matts is they have a bye in round 9
cheers mate looks like they've got a tough draw
Cheers Mate ..... venue information is the only thing missing it seems.
Once I get that give me some time to go through and I can probably get a thread with all dates/times/etc and them publicise that across our social media pages.
Harold matts will be playing at 1230 tomorrow and Sg ball to follow no under 17's game parra don't have enough 17's to fill in a side due to them pushing all there 17's boys up to Sg ball
Both HM and SGBall were impressive in trials against Parramatta. Both squads had wins(?). (SGB all were up 7 tries to 4 when I left & Only downside were injuries.
Diddly was there anyone that impressed you from both squad in particular
Others who know players names or who had access to team sheets would have a better idea BUT overall impression was that in contrast to previous years both sides were more than competitive and, whilst basic, the handling was so much better. They did far more than just one out hit ups and kick. The SGBALL side scored some extremely good tries, particularly the first half squad. The number 6 in the SGBAll took the line on well - as he did last week, the dummy half did some good things with the ball as well. Unfortunately Kurt Picken was injured and helped off the field. Early days but good signs.
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