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Date Played Opposition Game Type For Against Result
Apr 06 Berkeley Vale Competition 58 0 Win
Apr 14 Woy Woy Competition 56 0 Win
Apr 19 Bye Bye 0 0 Bye
Apr 28 The Entrance Competition 0 6 Loss
May 05 Terrigal Competition 14 4 Win
May 19 Ourimbah Competition 28 0 Win
May 26 Northern Lakes Competition 32 0 Win
Jun 02 Kincumber Competition 28 4 Win
Jun 16 Erina Competition 30 4 Win
Jun 22 Berkeley Vale Competition 52 0 Win
Jun 29 Woy Woy Competition 48 0 Win
Jul 07 Bye Bye 0 0 Bye
Jul 14 The Entrance Competition 18 0 Win
Jul 21 Terrigal Competition 0 6 Loss
Jul 27 Ourimbah Competition 46 0 Win
Aug 11 Northern Lakes Competition 26 0 Win
Aug 18 Kincumber Competition 38 0 Win
Aug 25 Erina Competition 18 6 Win
Sep 08 Terrigal Minor Semi 6 4 Win
Sep 15 The Entrance Major Semi 10 22 Loss
Sep 22 Terrigal Final 10 0 Win
Sep 29 The Entrance Grand Final 10 4 Win

Competition, Semis and Finals Statistics
Wins Losses Draws   For Against

  Report - Apr 06 League-Ladies-Tag vs Berkeley Vale , Result: 58 - 0 Win

Wyong scored twice in the opening four minutes. Erin Kessler and Kelsey Clark finished some direct play which had the home team retreating and making quick defensive decisions under pressure. Sarah Dimech converted both tries to give the Roos an early 12-0 lead.

Georgia Corbett hit a hole off Sarah, burst into the backfield then passed to Shae Slattery in support. Shae was well tagged, but a quick right side spread allowed Erin Kessler to cross. The conversion attempt was unsuccessful. Wyong 16-0.

Gabriella Young scored wide on the left after swift ball movement put the centre in space on the outside of her marker. The conversion attempt was waved away. Wyong 20-0.

The visitors had no difficulty advancing the ball upfield. Shae strolled through the defence which failed to move forward from the goal line. Sarah converted. Roos 26-0.

Gabi Keevill stepped past a group of Panthers resting on their heels to score Wyong’s sixth try. The teams went to the break with the Roos ahead 30-0.

Just three minutes after the break Teearna Langbridge scythed through a gap behind the ruck and motored to the line. Teearna’s attempt to convert her own try was memorable for the wrong reasons. Three minutes later Erin was released down the western touchline. As the cover converged Erin passed infield to her sister Kristen who raced away to score. Erin converted. Wyong 40-0. Erin then took advantage of the tiring defence which appeared glued to its goal line. Roos 44-0.

Gabi Keevill grabbed her second in the 38th minute. The green and gold controlled possession and field position then worked over the defence by swinging the ball from one side of the field to the other. Sarah’s conversion attempt rebounded off the upright. Wyong 48-0.

Teearna then capitalised on a strong run and quick play the ball by Kristen, jumping out of acting half and punching between the posts. Sarah converted for a 54-0 lead. Erin finished another right side spread to complete the 58-0 scoreline.

This performance was measured and deliberate. Each action had a purpose. The execution and attention to detail was first class. Having regard to the number of new faces in the squad and the limited pre-season trials, Coach Reed will be happy with the way the Ladies went about their business in this match.

Teearna was voted Players’ Player and Sarah received the Coach’s Award.

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