Reports - 3rd 4th - 10th 11th July 2021

12 Jul 2021 in Club News

Reports - 3rd 4th - 10th 11th July 2021 Reports - 3rd 4th - 10th 11th July 2021

Reports - 3rd 4th - 10th 11th July 2021

Wigan St Judes ARLFC – Match Reports
Saturday, 3 July 2021A TeamWest Bank AAway44-12St Judes A team remain joint top of the NWML Division 4 after a 44-12 away win against a determined West Bank side.
Tries scorers for St Judes were Barry Rothwell (2), Tom Owen, Jacob Dugdale, Danny Clayton, Dave Fagan, Joey Brady, and Connor Parkinson. Scott Robinson converted 6 from 8 goals.
Best for St Judes were Barry Rothwell, Chris Pimblett, and Jacob Dugdale.
Sunday, 4 July 2021Under 9's - GoldsClock Face MinersAway24-40Difficult game with a much better second half. Well Done to Aidan Heaton on his debut and to all the players for their hard work and determination. A big thank you to Harrison Kear for stepping up and helping the opposition who were left short after injury.
Captain - Mason Ash
Try Scorers - Aidan Heaton (3), Harrison Kear (1), Luis Atkinson (2), Dalton Jones (1).
Player of the match - Aidan Heaton.
Team Player - Jack Mason.
Parents Player - Rhys Hilton.
Saturday, 10 July 2021MastersBoothstown MastersHome0-0Judes masters took on Boothstown Masters down at Parsons Meadow. The game started in the rain and finished in the sunshine as both teams played some entertaining rugby league. Judes tries came from Steve Makinson, Chris Cobley, Paul McCormick, Jon Gavin and Ian Fitzhenry
Saturday, 10 July 20211st TeamLeigh MinersHome10-58The first team at home started the game brightly against Leigh miners with Ryan wood scoring a great try after good approach work from the forwards and good hands from the backs wood finished the move in the corner
Miners replied with two converted try’s before prop Tom Owen went in close to the sticks and Ben Fisher kicking the goal 10-12. This was as close as judes got to miners eventually losing 10-58
Under 18s player Ryan wood making his first team debut had an outstanding game pushing m-o-m stand off Gary McMahon all the way for the honour
Others deserving a mention Forwards Tom Owen,Danny Fallon ,Danny Clayton and backs Barry Rothwell,Joey Brady
Up the judes
Sunday, 11 July 2021Under 9's - MaroonsBank quay bullsAway32-4Great rugby played today, some brilliant defence displayed. All the kids got stuck in with some super tackles and great yards made on the attack. Trophy winners - Jack, Oscar, Charlie, Blake, Nathan. Try scorers - Lola, Leo, Nathan, Sam, Blake, Jack, Kian, George.
Sunday, 11 July 2021Under 9's - GoldsWigan St PatricksHome68-52Always a pleasure to play against this team. Despite only having a small team they give their best and gave us a great game. Everyone really gave 100% and everyone had a go at playing for the opposition. Well done to Reegan who made his debut for us today. Every single one of you made us proud today.
Captain - Luis Atkinson
Try scorers - Ronnie Baynham (3), Aiden Heaton (6), Dalton Jones (2), Luis Atkinson (3), Jacob Daven (3).
Player of the match - Luis Atkinson
Team player - Finley Buckley
Parents choice - Aiden Heaton
Sunday, 11 July 2021Under 8's - GoldsShevington SharksHomeX XA brilliant morning of rugby down at St Judes. Both teams got lots of action as we split in to two smaller pitches and played some brilliant rugby against a team that liked to pass the ball, so keeping up with tackles was a challenge.

The kids had big smiles at the end and were played with a great attitude.

The opposition coaches picked George and Phoebe as their players of the match and me and Chris picked Leo and Oscar as our players of the match.
Sunday, 11 July 2021Under 12's - MaroonsShevington SharksHome38-4Today at Parsons Meadow was a fixture against Shevington Sharks Blues for our Maroons. It seems like a lifetime since their previous match so it was good just to get the lads on the pitch again. Because of isolations, it seemed to be 11 v 11 but at least they could make a game of it.
With a few of Maroons lads isolating, it was a good opportunity for some quality game time for the newer, inexperienced members of the squad.
A fast start for Judes and just as night follows day, the inevitable happened and Ellis Corfield scored a try. As Billy wasn't playing, Lewis got the chance to impress in the kicking role and he most certainly didn't disappoint kicking over the conversion. 6-0.
Great tackling by Jack Worthy and Jacob got the Maroons on the attack again with some great interplay Jacob went over to increase Judes lead.10-0
Some great running from Edwin, Thomas and Joel and Judes were on the front foot again. Ellis getting the ball and weaving his way through the Shevington defence to double his total for the day. Lewis calmly kicking over the conversion. 16-0. Some good running from Zac and also Scott pushed Judes near to the try line again, ball given to Ellis and he was over for a first half hat trick. Lewis converting again 22-0 at the break.
Another fast start in the 2nd half by the Maroons and some powerful running from Thomas to Jack Worthington to go over in the corner. Great rugby. 28-0 with the conversion.
Shevington then attacked well and deserved a try for their effort through the game with limited players to choose from. 28-4
Then some great passing and Jacob gave the ball to Kaden to go on a mazy run and to go over for his first try. Great to see his reaction to that. Well done. Lewis again with his trusty right boot. 34-4.
Some great running and Caleb was in the clear to go over for his maiden try. 38-4. Some strong defence on the goal line by the Maroons and Lennon with a great try saving tackle in the corner forcing the error from Shevington.
Final score 38-4 to Judes.
Overall a great team perfromace today. All the lads gave it their all and it will give added confidence to the lads getting their first tries today. Can't fault the defence either. Bodies put on the line to keep it down to just one try conceded. Oh and guess what? It's coming home.
Sunday, 11 July 2021Under 11'sBlackbrookHome16-28St Judes started well against a strong looking Blackbrook team. Good, strong running in the opening minutes and solid defence allowed Judes to get on top. A great kick from Layton Semmens was chased down field with the Judes defenders pinning Blackbrook behind their own line. From this, Judes took possession and quick hands put Ben Green in the corner for the first try of the game. Blackbrook followed up with their first try but good line defence from Judes prevented Blackbrook from getting over again.

Judes second try was a full length spectacular from Ben Green who went in under the posts. Layton Semmens added the conversion. A second Blackbrook try followed but Judes continued to pile on the pressure as Harvey Wolfenden crashed over from short range. Layton Semmens added the conversion and Judes went into half time in the lead.

Unfortunately for Judes, Blackbrook came out determined in the second half and managed to level the scores with an early try. Judes had three repeat sets on the Blackbrook line but just couldn't manage to get over. The Judes forwards worked hard in the middle to defend against some strong running from the Blackbrook pack but Blackbrook managed to take the lead mid-way through the second half and sealed the win with a further try.

A good all round performance from both teams provided for a very entertaining game.

Players' man of the match: Ben Green.
Coach's man of the match: Layton Semmens.
Parents' man of the match: Harvey Wolfenden.
Magic moment: Ben Green.
Sunday, 11 July 2021Under 10's - MaroonssaddleworthHome26-18Wigan st judes u10s maroons played there first game back after 3 weeks off with tries from

1 x Joel deacon 3 x from meallan ward 1x Jake critchley

conversions joel deacon Liam wood oliver williams jake critchley

Opposition MOM Meallan ward

MOM oliver williams

top tackler louie skellon

Outstanding effort Rowan thomas

and harry kerfoot

Sunday, 11 July 2021Under 10's - GoldsHaydockAway52-10A very humid morning at Haydock for the gold’s team.
Haydock kicked off, Judes collected the ball, a couple of great tackles from Haydock before Jayden King ran down the wing to score in the corner, Will Cobley converting. 0-6.
A couple of sets each with no score. Before Judes got the ball back again Jayden running down the wing scoring his second in the corner, Zak Lushchan converting. 0-12
Haydock with the ball their number 4 was amazing using her fancy feet to get through the Judes defense, working as a team, they managed to score and convert. 6-12.
Some amazing defense from Judes keeping Haydock out on their own line.
Again, Judes with the ball, the boys put some great yardage in, Zak Lushchan pumping his legs to get over for a try. Missed conversion 6-16.
Haydock did some great running again before knocking on the ball. Judes returned with a try from Jayden King, Jayden converting his own try. 22-6
Half Time Haydock 6, Wigan St Judes Gold’s 22.
2nd Half Judes kicked off to Haydock, Judes knocked the ball on, Alfie Jennings ran really well to take himself over for a try, conversion missed. 26-6.
A few mistakes from both teams, knocking on and forward passes. Judes got their heads together, worked tremendously as a team to score again, it was Jayden King down the wing, Paddy Kelly converting, 6-32.
Haydock’s return of the ball took themselves over to score right under the posts, 10-32.
Next set, some grafting from the boys as the heat was creeping up. Freddie Davies powered himself with some great running and pumping of his legs, taking himself straight under the post. Alfie Jennings converting 10-38.
Haydock just couldn’t make it out of their half, Judes team spirit was as high as ever, organization was amazing, to pass the ball out to Will Cobley, who took himself over the white wash. Declan Haskayne converting. 10-44.
Judes defense was just too good and they wouldn’t allow Haydock to score.
An amazing run with some ducking and diving, from Henlea Baynham, he danced his way over for a try, conversion missed. 10-48
The final try of the game came from Declan Haskayne in the last seconds, missed conversion. 10-52.
Final Score Haydock 10 – Wigan St Judes Golds 52.
Man of the match: Jayden Johnstone.
Opposition Man of the match
Top Tackler: Will Cobley.
Special mention to: Archie Unsworth, Ollie Caddick and Paddy Kelly on their debuts


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