Match Reports - 24th-31st October 2021

01 Nov 2021 in Club News

Match Reports - 24th-31st October 2021 Match Reports - 24th-31st October 2021

Match Reports - 24th-31st October 2021

Wigan St Judes ARLFC – Match Reports
Sunday, 24 October 20219's - GoldsHaydockHome44 - 12It was our last game of the season and we were ready to have a great game and that is exactly what we did! From the start we dug in deep with our defence with some great tackles being made by all.
I can not say enough how proud I am of this team, they have listened at training and took on board everything they have been told. This has definitley played off and can be seen each week.
Well done Golds!
Captain - Harrison Kear
Try scorers - Isaac Atherton (1) Aidan Heaton (6) Jacob Daven (2) Dalton Jones (1) Ronnie Baynham (2)
Players of the Match - everyone!
Saturday, 30 October 20219's - MaroonsHeysham atomsHome32-16Great last game of the season today for the maroons. Our solid defence won us the game after a close first quarter. Some unbelievable tackling on display. Few kids getting hat tricks too. Try scorers - Tommy, Sam, Oscar and Leo. Trophy winners - Tommy, Blake, Oscar.
Sunday, 31 October 202112's - MaroonsOldham St AnnesAway26-4They did it! Judes Under 12 maroons won the cup against Oldham St Annes in an enthralling final played at Pilkington Recs Judes fell behind early on but that seemed to galvanise the team with lads putting their bodies on the line. Jude’s tries came from Ellis Corfield (3), Joel Makin, Zac Dennett, with Billy Baxter converting 4 tries . Ellis Corfield walked away with the man of the match
Sunday, 31 October 202114'sBlackbrookHome18-4Well on a very wet Sunday morning at the meadows WSJ took on Blackbrook .
WSJ still have players down with injuries and illness but turned up willing to give Blackbrook a game .
We started slow and Blackbrook made us pay by scoring 1st but the Judes lads were in no mood to let them get away .
Judes dug in , hit hard and threw the ball about well leading to a 18 - 4 win .
Blackbrook coaches gave M.O.M to Jaiden D
We've given M.O.M's to Conner , Alfie T and Maison
A special mention to the wobble head twins , Joe and Alfie N , hope your necks are ok, they were big hits and well done lads .
Massive well done , a great game and a well deserved win against a good Blackbrook side
Sunday, 31 October 202110's - GoldsWaterhead WarriorsAway6-26Judes headed down the M62 to visit a wet and windy Waterhead. It was touch and go if the game would be on as over night they had seen extreme weather conditions, luckily the weather had calmed down slightly before our drive over. In very muddy conditions Waterhead kicked off to Judes, Judes receiving the ball and through the slutch, trekked up the field, running hard, passing the ball about before getting it to Will Cobley who went over for the first try of the day, Will Cobley converting. 0-6 Waterhead ran back at the Judes boys just as fast and just as hard, they were excellent at getting the ball away, running in a try straight away, with the conversion 6-6. Judes just couldn’t break the line as they tried each time they had the ball. Waterhead ran in 2 more tries before the break, converting 1 of them. 16-6 Half Time: Waterhead 16 – Judes 6. No half time team talk could make the Judes lads buck up, they had already lost their heads. But we went again, Judes kicked off to Waterhead, collecting the ball Waterhead ran down the field, passing the ball amazingly, with a team who could all read each other. A big hit from Tommy Gun, forced Waterhead to knock on as they went to put the ball down on the try line. It was a hard struggle and Judes couldn’t get out of their own half, before a kick down field, Waterhead got the ball ran hard but again knocked on just at the try line. Another hard slog to try and get up the field, Jayden King tried a kick and chase, but the Waterhead boys were all over it. They ran through our Judes defense and scored a try without being tackled. Conversion made. 22-6. The boys couldn’t break the Waterhead defense. Another hand over, Waterhead made it look to easy as they powered through for another try. Conversion missed. 26-6. The final set of the game and it was Judes ball. They passed the ball out more, used some fancy foot work, passing the ball to Freddie Davies who got them up the field with a big run. The ball was passed again a few more yards made, before Freddie received the ball and powered over for the final try of the game. Conversion missed. 26-10. Final score 26-10. AWARDS: Opposition man of the match: Tommy Shaw Top Tackler: Henlea Baynham Man of the Match: Ollie Caddick. Be


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