Category Archives: Under 14

Warriors vs Belmont North at Belmont

The under 14s played an exceptional game with only 10 men against a full strength Belmont.
The score line of 42-10 speaks volumes for the Warriors crossing for two tries and threatening the Sharks on several more occasions.
Tries to both Bryson Stevenson and Khelan Stevenson were well deserved and executed. Kegs also converted one from two.
A strong sense of teamwork prevailed amongst the Warriors. The lads are to be congratulated for their on field conduct against a Belmont team showing frustration on a number of occasions in the second half.
Strong performances from Alex Rooke, Josh Haskins and Jack Fisher formed the backbone of the defending effort.
Ryan Wilson and Damon Bolland taking the challenge up to the Sharks throughout the game.
Great solo tackles by new recruits Hayden Badior, Josh Hayward and Kurt Wallace show the level to which these fellas are stepping up.
Brandon Brando, as fullback, showed the pace at which he could cover the field.
Throughout the under fourteens played with full effort and ran down every break Belmont North made.
Congratulations to Scotty and the lads for conduct on field. I have rarely seen a game played with as much effort, the teamwork outstanding. Hold your heads high. Sean Wallace

Dungog Warriors Under 14’s vs West Maitland

The Warriors under 14 team travelled to McKeachie’s Complex to play West Maitland.
Our first full strength team for the season saw the game played in trying conditions. In heavy drizzle visibility was obviously reduced as West Maitland crossed for their first try in minutes after the kickoff.
Keen words from Craig and Jason saw the Warriors quickly regroup and step into stride. Khelan Stevenson crossing for a try and followed up with the conversion.
Huge efforts in attack came from Jack Walters, Alex Rooke, Ryan Wilson and Drew Grant. Bryson Stevenson quick to back up with Josh Hayward broke the Wests attack at play after play.
Josh Haskins and Brando Brandon setting play, seeing Wyll Darr cross the line on three occasions in exception team play and individual ability.
Again Jack Fisher proved his ability as an all round player and Damon Boland making three tackles in succession saw the Warriors dictate the terms of play.
The signature step of Kurt Wallace and consistent plays of Hayden Badior ensured the Warriors won both the mental game and the point score at 22-16.
Congratulations Pup and Ajax, the under 14s are developing sound skills and more importantly a sense of sportsmanship beyond their years. Sean Wallace