10 Oct 2022 in Club News
Match Reports - 6th-9th October 2022
|Wigan St Judes ARLFC – Match Reports|
|MATCH REPORT DATE||TEAM||OPPOSITION||VENUE||SCORE||MATCH REPORT|
|Thursday, 6 October 2022||13's - Golds||Crosfields vipers||Home||22-12||Crosfield vipers who are coming up into division 2 asked us for a friendly game|
With only 14 lads available our Jude’s lads where going to have to dig deep for the full game
Jude’s dominated from the start with some great rugby on show in attack and defence
Going into half time at 12-0 it was looking all 1 sided as crosfields didn’t get near our line
Crosfields never gave up though Jude’s lads had started to tire but still got another 2 try’s on the score board leaving it 22-0
Crosfields got 2 late try’s with the game ending
Massive well done to Brad banks (coaches mom) playing his first game at stand off with him and Kian seddon at scrum half looking like a great pairing
Will birkett x2
Oscar roper 3
Away mom was Izaak duell and deacon charnock
|Saturday, 8 October 2022||Newbees||IRB||Away||x-x||Judes newbies made the short trip over to Ince Rose Bridge to play two great games of rugby. This team is getting better each week and love to defend their line! Judes tries from across the matches came from:|
Trophies went to:
Opposition player of the match - Zac Skellon/Charlie Pendlebury
Coaches awards- Teddie Rannard/
Joey Pendlebury/Noah Hitchen
Parents player - Cooper Wardman/Harry Gibson
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||10's - Golds||Wigan St Cuthberts||Home||32 - 4||A chilly start to the morning but with a full team we were ready to put into practice what we had been learning in training this week.|
As the game went on, our defence got stronger and stronger; and apart from a try early on, we managed keep the opposition out. Not many games left in this season but still time to keep getting stronger as a team. Keep up the hard work Golds.
Captain - Isaac Atherton
Try scorers - Rhys Hilton (3), Jacob Daven (2), Dalton Jones (1), Owen Collier (1), Luis Atkinson (1).
Conversions - Rhys Hilton, Dalton Jones, Isaac Atherton, Jacob Daven, Luis Atkinson, Kenzie Phillips.
Player of the match - Rhys Hilton
Best Effort - Lewie Tyrer
Parent's Player - Kenzie Phillips
Opposition Player of the Match - Ronnie Baynham
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||11's - Golds||Folly Lane||Away||32-12||Judes headed over to folly Lane for the reverse fixture of the season.|
Henlea Baynham X2
Goals converted by:
Declan Haskayne X2
Opposition man of the match: Henlea Baynham
Man of the match: Ollie Caddick
Top Tackler: Archie Unsworth and Will Cobley.
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||11's - Maroons||Leigh east||Home||16-16||The maroons were at home today against a big powerful leigh east team and it was a very physical battle two good sides giving everything they had but some dubious decisions by the young ref for both teams but did extremely well being his first game for him so massive well done but game was a tough Contest with the game ending in draw|
2x joel deacon
1x trent baybutt
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||12's||Orrell St James||Home||12-6||Jude’s welcomed orrell down to the meadow in what was a great game played in good spirits. Both teams were equally matched matching run for run and tackle for tackle.it was a lovely ball through hands to the wing that allowed Ethan to break the dead lock with Conner making the tricky conversion taking us in 6-0 at halftime. Much the same in the 2nd half with orrell keeping up the pressure almost scoring off an interception a great try saving tackle off Jamie held them out how ever orrell managed to get over the line and convert to bring us level 6-6 . Orrell kick to Jude’s was taken by George who passed to prop Harvey who ran through the orrell pack to score a 90 m try that was converted by Conner to end the game 12-6|
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||15's||Woolston Rovers||Away||18-12||St Judes v Woolston Rovers NWC Cup final|
Two evenly matched teams met today after a long hard season having both won 1 each in the head to heads. With silverwear at stake Judes looked fired up from the get go. A fiesty start saw big hits from both sides before St Judes made the break through with a Kian Stanton try converted by Deecan Snape. However silly mistakes allowed Woolston too much possession and they crept into an 8-6 ht lead.
The 2nd half was saw Judes take control and blast back with Jaiden Drachenberg converting his own try to edge back in front before a well worked Connor Roberts try under the sticks again converted by Drachenberg extended the lead to 18-8 and Judes looked in control, a controversial late Woolston try in the corner made for a nervy last 5mins but Judes held firm for a well deserved victory bringing the cup home to complete a successful season for the club.
Try scorers Kian Stanton, Jaiden Drachenberg, Connor Roberts
MOM Jaiden Drachenberg
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||7's||St Pats||Home||40-40||It was cold and windy down at Keats avenue today and we had 20 eager excited kids ready to play the game they all loved so much.|
We split into two teams and had to borrow a player or 2 to St Pats our lads don’t mind.
There was some exceptional big tackles from little Zach today he was going for the big lads with no fear. Bobby, Henry, Joseph, Carter and George doing some great tackles and big runs.
Finley H and Finley P do what they do best and run hard and fast. Josh doing a great job again in his tackling as he always does. Daniel again doing some fantastic runs and great tackles. Christian also doing some fantastic tackles for the team.
Oliver S, Harry, Elliott, Patrick, carter and Theo all do so fantastic runs with the balls and get some great hand offs out to their team mates.
Our trophy winners those week were
Opposition - Finley H, Jacon L
Top tacklers - Christian, Henry M B
Coaches - Zachary , Finley P
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||8's||Ince rose bridge||Home||18-15||Game 1|
A good defensive display set up a good win for the lads with mom performances from Brandon McCabe, Kai Riley and Joe Haughey, all 3 players making some outstanding tackles during the game.
The forwards set the platform for try scorers, Harry Hunter 3, Harrison Cartwright 2, Luke Shelmerdine 2, Kai Riley 1 and Joe Haughey.
Mom’s josh Davies, Isaac Burchall and Matthew Deluce.
Tries from Burchall 2, Davies 4, Hogarth Ward, cooper Corfield and Matthew Deluce.
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||9's - Golds||Wigan St Patricks||Away||X X||We made the short trip over to St Pats this morning for our penultimate match of the season. We also welcomed Joey back after a spell out with an injury. What a match it was!|
The match was a close encounter with both teams putting big shifts in defensively throughout the game. Jacob was on hand to finish good passing moves for our tries today. We also went close with a few more efforts that were ruled out for infringements.
The St Pats team put together some good moves to get over the line too.
All in all, this was an excellent display of junior rugby, played in the right spirit and both teams should be proud of their efforts today!
Players of the match
Joey for a great match on his return from injury, played a great game with the ball and was strong in his defence.
Jacob for a strong display with the ball, sticking to his position really well and being in the right place at the right time
Leo for another brave performance, tackling anything in sight and not taking a step back
Phoebe for a strong running performance, passing out the ball for good tries and good defensive efforts
|Sunday, 9 October 2022||9's - Maroons||Westhoughton Lions||Home||8-10|
A hard fought contest for the Maroons today against an organised and defensively solid Westhoughton side who we always enjoy good tight games against. For the first two quarters it was a case of you score we score but by the third quarter Westhoughton had taken control of the game but in true Judes spirit the Maroons never gave up on the game bringing it back to make the score line close.
Tries were scored by Jacob x4 Stanley x2 Daniel x1 Alfie P x1.
Massive shoutout to player of the match Lydia Ridyard who stuck her hand up to take some tough drives in against some lads three times her size which took real guts and character.
Great building blocks put in place today for Burtonwood at home next week.