Match Reports - 11th & 12th September 2021

13 Sep 2021 in Club News

Match Reports - 11th & 12th September 2021 Match Reports - 11th & 12th September 2021
Wigan St Judes ARLFC – Match Reports
Saturday, 11 September 20211st TeamLeigh MinersAway0-46Judes 1st team ended the regular season in defeat at Leigh miners
The effort and team spirit was once again 1st class but unfortunately that wasn’t quite enough,Stand off Gary Macmahon once again won the MOM but special mention has to go to Dave Fagan ,Chris Rowe and Joey Brady who all worked tirelessly , big raps go out to under 18s players Callum silcock, Brook waterworth,Rio Roberts all three having great games and James Worthingtons return to the club on debut looking good
Masters player and former club captain Shaun Hilton came out of retirement to help out the boys and had a good solid game
We can look forward now to next season when we return to proper league structures
Up the judes
Saturday, 11 September 2021MastersBlackpool FestivalAway0-0Judes masters played the annual national masters festival in Blackpool and played two games against Great Britain Police and a combined Hull, York and Leeds team. Played in great conditions.

Judes tries on the day came from Steve Makinson, Paul McCormick and Matt Leigh.

Special mention to Darren Davies who made his judes masters debut.
Sunday, 12 September 202110's - GoldsNewton StormAway40-16A fresh Sunday morning in St Helens as we met with Newton storm. Judes kicked off the game, Newton Storm knocking on straight away. Judes played the ball, an excellent pass and a great run from Zak Lushchan to score in the first minute. Paddy Kelly converted. 0-6. Both teams drove the next couple of sets up the field, without a score. Before Judes let a Newton player slip through to score a try. No conversion made. 4-6. A few dropped balls from Newton, gave Judes the advantage over the next few sets, but no score. I really don’t think the lads had woken up with it being an early start. But some amazing tackling from Declan Haskayne keeping the Newton team at bay. Half time Newton Storm 4 Wigan St Judes 6. A quick half time team talk, boosted the Jude’s team, more composure from the boys as well as watching the play more. Some excellent running and organization from Zak Lushchan helping Jayden King over the whitewash, Will Cobley converting. 4-12. Judes kept Newton out of the next set, but with fancy footwork from Will Cobley dancing over the try line. Zak Lushchan converting 4-18. Judes forced an error as they applied pressure to the Newton team, Judes turn with the ball, some excellent running and passing of the ball to send Jayden King over for a try. Henlea Baynham converting 4-24. The try of the week came next, Jayden king kicking on the last, Will Cobley can read him like a book and followed the ball, the ball bounced perfectly into Will’s hands to send him crashing over the try line. Jayden king converting. 4-30. 2 tries back-to-back from Newton, converting both 16-30 Again, some great teamwork from the boys, reading each other, sending Jayden King over for his hat trick, Toby Hutchinson narrowly missing the conversion. 16-34 The last try of the game came from the mighty Elliot Molineux, who believed that he could, and he did, running down the wing scoring a full length try. Alfie Jennings converting. 40-16. Full time score Newton storm 16, Wigan St Judes 40. An excellent team effort especially as they all woke up for the second half. Man of the match: Zak Lushchan Opposition Man of the match: Will Cobley Top Tackler: Declan Haskayne Well done to all the players and a massive thank you to parents and grandparents for supporting the team.
Sunday, 12 September 202110's - MaroonsOldham st annesAway30-6Maroons travelled Cross to oldham massive defence on show in the last two games only conceded 10 points but attack again passing from oliver williams to send joel deacon through without a hand touching him what a ball from the young standoff that was the highlight off the game but st judes too strong for OSA but some great rugby from them a really good team

tries today x1 Wood deacon x3 louie skellon x1

conversions wood deacon skellon williams flynn

Liam wood Opposition one at March
louie skellon Man of the match
george stuart parent player
joel deacon top tackler
Out anding effort effort charlie heaton

Sunday, 12 September 202111'sThatto HeathHome12-12Judes resumed the season after the summer break with a tough match against St Helens rivals, Thatto Heath. It took a bit of time for Judes to find their feet in the game with this being their first ever 13-aside match and the introduction of a second marker.

Thatto Heath piled on the pressure in the first ten minutes and managed to take an early lead. However, Judes worked hard to stay in the game and Joshua Stott was particularly lively especially when he chased his own last-tackle kick and forced Thatto Heath into an error under the sticks. The lads capitalised on this and forced several repeat sets on the Thatto line with Ben Green eventually getting over the line only for the try to be disallowed.

Judes were 12 points down at half time but came out much more determined in the second half with good strong running from the forwards and some solid tackling all round.

Layton Dewhurst worked hard in the second half to create opportunities with the ball and eventually put a perfectly timed kick through for centre, Ben Green, who beat several defenders to ground the ball for Judes' first try of the game. The try was converted by Layton Dewhurst.

This was quickly followed by a second try as Layton Dewhurst sidestepped his way through the defence to bring Judes to within two points of Thatto Heath. Layton was, once again, on form with the boot and was able to convert his try and bring the scores level.

The Judes lads worked hard in defence in the last few minutes of the game and were able to keep Thatto away from the tryline and the match finished as a 12-12 draw.

Parents mom - -JOSHUA STOTT
Magic moment- Layton Dewhurst
Sunday, 12 September 202112's - MaroonsLatchford GiantsHome40-6Judes took on Latchford down at Parsons Meadow and ran out comfortable winners by 40-6.
Judes tries came from Thomas Farrimond (3), Ellis Corfield, Connor McCarthy , Reuben Charnock. Billy Baxter 100% with the boot. MVP was Thomas Farrimond for his three well taken tries.
Sunday, 12 September 20219's - GoldsHalton Hornets RedsAway44 - 20Another great game today. All kids turned up ready to get stuck in and give their all.
It was a tough game which saw us having to show our strong defensive side. Every player played their part in defending and it really did pay off. Our attack showed great determination and team work.
We also had Thomas making his debut today.
Well done to everyone of you.
Captain - Aidan Heaton
Try scorers - Jacob Daven (5)
Ronnie Baynham (3)
Aidan Heaton (2)
Harrison Kear (1)
Player of the match - Jacob Daven
Best effort - Harrison Kear.
Parents player - Thomas Gregory
Opposition player - Thomas Gregory
Sunday, 12 September 20219's - MaroonsWesthoughton lionsAway24-8Lola leading the team out at todays match. Close defensive game on both sides. Some great rugby on display by all. Try scorers Sam, Kian, Leo. Trophy winners Oscar, Sam and George. Mention also to Nathan, Leo, Charlie and Ethan.
Sunday, 12 September 2021NewbeesInce Rose Bridge NewbiesAwayNaA fantastic effort from every single player today on their first full game of newbies rugby league.
Every player worked tirelessly in defence making some fantastic tackle and give the Ince attackers no room to get through. The defence for both matched was well organised by Captains got the day Bobby Walker and Theo Jones
In attack every single person was constantly asking to take the ball in and the effort and drive to get the team further up the pitch was a joy to watch.
Ince were a fantastic well drilled opposition who tackled incredibly well and ran the ball in with purpose every time.
The 2 matches were a joy to watch and both teams have an extremely bright future.
Tries were scored by
Oliver Scott x3
Finlay Horrigan
Finley Penman
Harry Traynor
George Unsworth
Lenny Hancock

Congratulations to Finlay Horrigan and Lenny Hancock who were awarded player of the match from their games
Congratulations to Adam Green and George Unsworth for winning top tackler of the day
Congratulations to Oliver Scott and Harry Traynor for opposition Player of the match.
Well done to all the lads who played to the end.


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