Match Reports - 28th & 29th July 2023

31 Jul 2023 in Club News

Match Reports - 28th & 29th July 2023 Match Reports - 28th & 29th July 2023

Match Reports - 28th & 29th July 2023

Wigan St Judes ARLFC – Match Reports
Friday, 28 July 2023A TeamInce Rose Bridge AHome22-22Wigan St Jude’s NWML played out an entertaining 22-22 draw on Friday evening against local rivals Ince Rose Bridge in their Alliance league clash at Parsons Meadow.
Try scorers for St Jude’s were Oliver Wright, Aaron Smith, Logan Johnson, and Rio Roberts, with Roman Shinks adding 3 goals.
Best for St Jude’s were Aaron Smith, Logan Johnson, & Oliver Wright.
Saturday, 29 July 20231st TeamMyton warriorsHome10-29It was a bad loss for Jude’s 1st team at home to myton warriors
Judes had a lot of field position in the first half but the ball handling /decision making /finishing were well bellow there normal standards
Judes missed a lot of try scoring opportunities before myton scored on 25 minutes 0-4
On 34 minutes backrower Calum palmer scored a great try converted from the touchline by Baz Rothwell 6-4 halftime
Judes started the 2nd half better with Joey Brady racing 40 meters dummying the myton fullback and beating the cover defence to score 10-4
But that was last points for Jude’s , myton scored 25 unanswered points to win the game 10-29
Judes front row Mackenzie Davies and Reece Stanton worked tirelessly along with Jacob Dugdale, Kieran Rennox and centres Joey Brady and Brogan Turner
Congratulations to Sam Goldthorpe making his Ncl debut
Top meters went to Joey Brady 145 m
Reece Stanton 105 m
Brogan Turner 100 m
Top Tackles Kieran Rennox 27
Reece Stanton 23
Mackenzie Davies 22
Ncl player of the match outstanding Reece Stanton
Game sponsor Titan steel Projects owner Ian worthington chose as player of the match McKenzie Davies who had a massive game
Saturday, 29 July 2023MastersNorth Wales / BoothstownAway0-0Judes masters took the road again as they took on North Wales and Boothstown. Both games were played in great spirit. Judes tries on the day came from Tommy Gallagher (3), Craig Horrigan, Steve Makinson and Paul McCormick


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