Match Reports - 15th & 16th May 2021

17 May 2021 in Club News

Match Reports - 15th & 16th May 2021 Match Reports - 15th & 16th May 2021

Match Reports - 15th & 16th May 2021

Wigan St Judes ARLFC – Match Reports
Saturday, 15 May 20211st TeamWoolston RoversHome8-34A young st judes side started brightly against a good woolston rovers , with a high completion rate and sustained pressure judes scored first after 20 mins with a try wide out by Lewis melling,woolston responded with a couple of converted try’s just before half time 4-12, woolston started the second half strong there left edge causing judes a lot of problems scoring a further two converted try’s to lead 2-24, judes responded with try by Reece storey ,8-24, the next score was to be the game breaker with both teams going well it went woolstons way Troy brophy going over for his second try, a last minute try from woolston completed the scoring 8-34
Saturday, 15 May 2021A TeamGarswood StagsAway28-24St Judes NWML team came away 28-24 winners in an hard fought local derby away at Garswood Stags.
This superb game was nip and tuck throughout with the lead changing hands several times. St Judes were forced to dig deep in the later stages of the game, and hold off a Garswood fight back to run out deserving 28-24 victors.
Try scorers for St Judes were Joe Sumner, Scott Robinson (2), Chris Pimblett, & Zack Lee. Ben Fisher kicked 4 Goals.
Best for St Judes were Dec Parkinson, open age debutant Joe Sumner, Scott Robinson, & Chris Pimblett.
Saturday, 15 May 2021Under 8's - GoldsInce Rose BridgeHomeX XToday was the toughest test the kids have had as a group. They kept going until the end and have plenty to learn from the game today, which will stand them in good stead for the future. I couldn't be more proud of them all.

The kids worked hard throughout the game making tackles and keeping moving forward with the ball even after picking up bumps along the way.

Player of the match was Ronnie for keeping going after getting injured.

Opposition player of the match was Joey after some great tackling and carrying the ball.

There's a couple of weeks gap in matches now so plenty of opportunities to put in to practice what we learned on the pitch today.
Sunday, 16 May 2021Under 12's - GoldsThatto HeathAway10-18Bit of a slow start for the Jude’s golds today and just couldn’t bring it back in time against a good Thatto Heath team
we go again next week in the cup

Try scorers
Mason Chisnall 1
Izaak duell 1
Oscar roper 1
Sunday, 16 May 2021Under 15s - MaroonsLeigh EastHome6 - 44Not a good day down at the meadow today for the lads. What difference a week can make? The lads were the total opposite of the team that walked out last week against chorley. Only superb interception and leg race to the line stopped the lads from being niled. Hopefully this could be a wake up call for them going forward this season.
Sunday, 16 May 2021Under 18'sFolly LaneAway66-10Judes recorded their first win of the season today and just like the battle we came away worthy winners 10-66.

Judes tries came thick and fast from the very first set. Great off-loading of the ball left to right, to our winger Declan, who still had 2 defenders to deal with before crashing over to score. A strong run from the restart by Rio saw the ball reefed, but the call went against us, putting Folly Lane on the attack in our half. They headed for the corner, but our defence held firm and forced them into touch before scoring. Strong defence on show today from Judes stick Folly Lane in their half and force a knock-on giving us ball in a great position. Great running from both Ryan and Logan today who both went close to the try line, but it was Callum who came away with the spoils, diving over under the sticks to record his first of a first-half hattrick! Minutes later he was diving over again and was definitely up for this game today. Folly Lane restart and a brilliant break by Ryan from fullback, put in a good off-load to our supporting half Brook, how came onto the ball at pace and steamed to the line to score. On the restart, Ryan receives one round the chops and is awarded a penalty for the bell ringer. Off he went doing what he does best, sniffing out a gap to shoot through and score and recorded the first of his hattrick. Huge up and under from Callum saw Folly Lane spill the ball and TJ went steaming onto a ball and looked poise to score, unfortunately the pass was deemed forward and turned over to the opposition. Folly Lane tried to break our defence down, but our line was solid today. They even tried a chip over, which Ryan collected round his feet and took off at speed to put us back in an attacking position and after some crisp ball movement, the ball went out to our ever supporting Josh who set off to record his 4 pointer. Judes also showed good scrambling defence today and when Folly Lane did attempt to break, our lads were more than capable of snuffing it out. We end the first half with a final score from our number 6 Callum who backed himself from half-way to out run the defence and even brought it back under the posts, converting his own try he was on fire, scoring a hattrick and nailing all 7 conversions first half, helping Judes dominate the half 0-42.

Judes give a penalty away which wasn’t the start we wanted, Folly Lane opted for a kick to touch, but the ball didn’t make it and Liam plucked it out the air and got us back on the attack. Judes are awarded another 6, but one play is all that’s needed when our prop Tom proved too much to handle and went on a blistering run and crashed over. Judes were looking to attack the line every set, this time our opposition defence held firm and forced James to grubber, which unfortunately just ran dead. Folly Lane reply and within seconds we are defending our line, quick hands from Folly Lane looked like the ball had gone to ground, but the decision went their way and gave them a repeat set and were close enough to the line to go over and score. Judes kick off to restart, Folly Lane let the ball bounce and Rio was the first to react swooping on the ball. The ball is played to Ryan, who showed his amazing footwork to dart through the defence and score his second. Rio followed up shortly after when Folly Lane drop the ball and he scooped it up and set off like Usain Bolt untouched to the line. Folly Lane did have another say in the game when they forced their way up the other end to score their final points of the game. All our lads ran well today and Ben Hardy made great impact off the bench and almost burst over the line himself. After a break in play up stepped our worthy Man of the Match Ryan, who I’d asked to score a hattrick and he obliged in the dying seconds of the game. Callum kicked the conversion and was 100% with the boot today, racking up an impressive 34 individual points tally. This brought the game to an end with a much needed win for Judes 10-66.

A dominant team performance from the lads, everything on the pitch just clicked today, no mean feat scoring 66 points, but every lad was hungry for the win and every lad played their part in the game. Well Done to all concerned on a superb win, you’ve now shown us what you are capable of, so more of the same next week please!
Sunday, 16 May 2021Under 10's - MaroonsPilkington recsHome18-16try scores joel deacon x1 meallan ward x1 aaron barker x1

converted 1 joel deacon Oliver williams ryley flynn

early start this morning against a very strong pilks team all the lads played out there skin everyone putting great effort and determination to win a very close game well done to every player UTJ

Sunday, 16 May 2021Under 9's - GoldsWidnes Moorfield tigersHome56 - 35Another great team effort today. Every player gave 100% and never gave up. Every week they keep improving and are getting stronger as a team.
Captain - Finley Buckley
Try scorers - Jacob Daven 5, Ronnie Baynham 4, Luis Atkinson 4, Mason Ash 1.
Man of the Match - Jacob Daven.
Best effort - Grayson Stazicker.
Parents player - Ronnie Baynham


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