Special thanks to all our Financial Partners
2023 Grand Final Winners of...
Inaugural Joy Johnson Cup (Women's 7s)
Robertson Cup (Colts)
Grand Finalists in Barraclough Cup (1sts)
Blue and White Ball
Was held on Saturday 28 October 2023 12.30pm - 6.30pm
Newport Surf Club
Missed the Presentation?
Or with video included below (but not on phones)
Who won the Awards in 2023?
State Recognition of
Newport Breakers Rugby Club's Women’s Team
Check out the letter below from Rory Amon, our MP, and no doubt many of you would have seen his congratulations speech in Parliament. Our thanks go to Rory for the recognition, and another congratulations to all involved in the women’s team on this historic win.
Want to be a Touchy?
Please distribute this to your coaches (current or future):
Level 2 Coaching Course coming up in mid-November.
There is no cost for Subbies coaches who complete the course. (Otherwise cost is $500)
To enrol, simply contact:
Coach Development and Education Manager
0475 773 637
Newport's Colts brought home the Robertson Cup, with a 14 -12 victory against Lindfield at the new Concord Oval on Saturday.
With our girls already holding the Joy Johnson Cup, we can be very happy with our season - considering difficult beginnings.
Our Barraclough Cup (1st Grade) side went down to Lindfield 25 - 5, submitting to 25 points against a high wind in the 1st half, but should be proud to have won the 2nd half 5 - 0.
Vice President Alan Jones wrote...
Colties certainly played with aplomb all day but the panic stations set in when Junior Wilco was binned with 8 to go..
Our wonderful scrum absorbed the punishment and we ran out joyful winners..
Credit to Hanley as the Robertson Medal winner following on from Groomy as the Barraclough Medal winner 2022..
History being made just like Sarah winning the Joy Johnson Medal and our wonderful gorgeous girls winning the Joy Johnson Cup..
Tough for Barraclough defending a heavy South Wester breeze in the 1st half..
Played strong but the Soldiers just capitalised on field position..
Won the 2nd half 5 nil with superb and judicious kicking from the Allen Bros..
Plus a magnificent opportunistic try from Baumy in the corner..
We can all hold our heads and achievements this season high..
From a great start to the season and then losing players from injuries and travel we certainly came home STRONG..
Certainly augers well for next season..
Congratulations to Jack Hanley, voted Subbies Colts Player of 2023
across all Clubs.
Colts Skipper Tom Donahoe leads his team out through Newport, then Hills supporters
Below - Can't publish "Hit of the Year" yet,
But, Seva Rokoduru and Jed Cram get my vote for "Clean out of the year" in the Barraclough Cup Grand Final...
In the previous week..
JED's CALL OUT...
Massive training attendance at Porters tonight.
Jed is calling for an equally massive attendance of supporters for our Grand Finals at Concord on Saturday.
Two buses - details below - hop on eveyone!
Time for a beer or two with your mates between Colts and 1st grade. It's a fantastic new venue and should all be a Blast.
Both the Colts (Robertson Cup) and 1st Grade (Barraclough Cup) registered wins against UNSW to reach the Grand Finals next Saturday 19 August 2023 at the new Concord Oval complex.
Colts Kick off at: 11.40 am. 1sts Kick off at: 3.00 pm.
Colts got home 10-8 whilst we thought 1sts had it won 25-24 in the 80th minute.
BUT! - It went on to the 93rd minute! with UNSW adopting a policy of taking penalty after penalty as scrums (they had a heavier pack).
Finally Newport's loose head prop Max Fletcher was yellow carded though he gained a B&F point for a massively gutsy effort.
Facing a forfeit if we couldn't contest the scrums - Jed Cram ran on to hold a scrum that finally satisfied the Ref.
AND THEN! UNSW spun the ball out for 32 tackles - finally infringing at Newport's line. Newport's 5/8 Jeremy Allen had only to kick it out for the gutsiest win most of us have ever seen.
Both Colts and 1sts will face Lindfield in the Grand Finals and two supporters buses will be available from Porter Reserve at 10.10am and 10.30am.
Cost this time: $20 return.
Kick offs as said: 11.40am and 3.00pm.
Here's a very short clip of two scrums near the end of the game...
Below: Newport's 1st Grade Lock - Ek Lambert-leplastrier breaks from a maul and shows his intent - for the try he is about to score under the posts.
Below are AJ's excellent words - taken from Facebook.
I think he should have the last say on the day...
Alan Jones is at Bantry Reserve.
And if you didn't know - AJ sponsors our club as Peninsula Palms...
THEY WON IT!
Our Womens' 7s took home the Inaugural Joy Johnson Cup - winning their Grand Final 27-5 and 31-7 against Lindfield at Daceyville last Saturday 29 July
The Girls were waved off at 1.30pm and were watched via Cluch TV on the Clubhouse Deck.
Their bus returned in the evening
to Rapturous Applause and Celebrations
And here's the happy winning coaches of our girls...
Scotty Williams and Shane Pretty...
And Newport's W7s captain Sarah Randal was presented
with the Joy Johnson Cup - by Joy Johnson.
But, she also received the Joy Johnson Medal for being voted
Best & Fairest by all teams.
See the W7s Departure & Presentation by Joy Johnson...
Highlights from the Girls previous Semis v St Pats Sat 22nd...
Previously, 1st Grade won 19 - 5 away at Epping
And the Colts won 38 - 0
Highlights of the 1st Grade are below, and well worth a look...
PREVIOUS SATURDAY - 8th July...
Was home to UNSW with mixed results...
1sts - Barraclough Cup: Lost 0 - 36
2nds - Stockdale Cup: Lost 28 - 40
Colts - Robertson Cup: Won 21 - 20
3rds - Blunt Cup: Won 41 - 0
W7s - Joy Johnson Cup: Won 20 - 0 v St Pats
W7s - Joy Johnson Cup: Won 29 - 0 v UNSW
And it was our MO DAY when we remembed Moape Ravuvu...
Best Songs ever...
MO Day - 8th July - Crowd shots,,,
Earlier - 1st July at Lindfield
Our Girls won both their games against Lindfield Blue and Lindfield White (Saving us from a Clean Sweep)...
Sat 1st July
Cam's Footage of our tries from the day at Lindfield...
EARLIER - 24 June - Remembering Will Townsend...
SATURDAY - 24 June - Highlights of 1st Grade...
Also on 24 June - Piggy's 450th game in 3rds...
AND - Here are the Highlights of Colts v Hills...
PREVIOUS WEEK - Sat 3 June
Men Away v Briars and Results were...
1st Grade - Newport 15 v Briars 16
2nd Grade - Newport 7 v Briars 47
Colts - Newport 47 v Briars 5
3rd Grade - Forfeit
Womens 7s at Porter Reserve v St Pats...
Result: 24 -12 win to the Breakers. Well Done Girls!
THE OPENS - Junior Under 18s & next year...
Colts - played on Sun 4th June at Porter Reserve
They won 33 - 7 against Sylvania. Well Done Guys!
Future Colts - here they are running on - in a tunnel of Under 15s who also had a big win and then sang the Club song...
They then played Eastwood on Sunday 25th June winning 60-5 !!
Previously - Sat 27 May
Was a Bus trip to Hawkesbury Valley...
3rd Grade - Won 62 - 0
Colts - Won 47 - 7
Women 7s - Won 26 - 12 v LinW at Daceyville
2nds - Lost 27 - 12
1sts - Won 32-17
Earlier - Sat 20 May
was home to the Epping Rams, but also...
Domestic Violence Awareness Day...
We showed we are committed to tackling domestic abuse in the community through The Grand Stand Program.
Our first grade side wore special socks to mark the occasion.
Report on the day by Jim Allen...
Mixed results on the weekend boys. Very proud of Colties and extremely proud of 2nd Grade. A lot to like about that win - good chat on tbe field , Tommy B ’s leadership , Harry H’s speed ……
This weekend is a BUS trip to Hawkesbury - a freebie !!!!
These trips are GOLD - unless you have a good reason to drive and I can’t think of any, get yourself on the bus boys
See you Tuesday night
Previously - Sat 13 May was away at UNSW
Tries/Highlights from all the games...
including the W7s played at Lindfield v LinW & LinB
have been archived here
PREVIOUSLY on 28 April...
For the new Ladies Clubrooms...
Friday 28 April 2023...
It's hard not to see a GREAT future for the Breakers after witnessing events at the Launch.
A Great Sunny evening for the Women who enjoyed having the Australian 7s team come and help with training after the official launch.
Under 15 Girls and Boys were there - with coverage by the ABC of their planned Tour to Fiji - a major fundraising achievement.
Shots are below and more are here
But also - see 80 shots (this week only) on: Pittwater Online News
(Thank you again to Alison Guesdon of PON)
PREVIOUS SAT 29 April was at home v Lindfield
W7s were also at home v UNSW & Linfield W
3rd Grade - Lost 0 - 6
Colts - drew 12 - 12
Women 7s - (3 x 14min 7s v Lin White & UNSW - Great Show - Won 20 - 0 v LinW)
2nds - Lost 7 -38
1sts - Lost 5 -23
The Ists (Barraclough Cup) suffered poor luck - losing their 5/8 to injury in the previous week and their Half-back to a broken nose in the 1st half. But other than that they still seemed good for a win - until an untimely intercept late in the 2nd half.
We'll be back!
Highlights can be viewed here
Shots of the Crowd are below and more are: here
22 April 2023 v Hills
Away at Yattenden Oval
W7s were away at UniNSW v HH & Uni
1st Grade - Barraclough Cup - Newport wins 31 - 12
2nd Grade Stockdale Cup - Newport wins 25 - 19
Colts Robertson Cup - Newport wins 19 - 3
W7s - result unknown
Highlights taken from Cluch...
FIRST GAME WAS AT HOME
Sat 15 April 2023 v Briars
Spectacular Results - a Clean Sweep...
1st Grade - Barraclough Cup - Newport wins 60 - 7
2nd Grade Stockdale Cup - Newport wins 14 - 12
Colts Robertson Cup - Newport wins 58 - 19
3rd Grade Blunt Cup Newport wins 24 - 7
The 1st Grade team was...
1 Ryley Hayes 2xT 16 Josh Baczkowski T
2 Tenny James 17 Olly Webster
3 Jordan Rides 18 Will Evans
4 EK Lamber-Leplastrier 19 Liam Brown
5 Matt Alexander 20 Zac Telfer C
6 Brighton Caldwell
7 Byron Scott T
8 Callum Bowden
9 Seb Allen
10 Jeremy Allen 3xT 4xC
11 Ned Ritchie
12 Connor Bradshaw T
13 Sam Wayling
14 Ollie Osborn
15 Taigh Van Schowen 2xT
One Minute Remembrance for Terry O'Sullivan (Tezza)...
Peter Berry (right - who scored Newport's first ever try) + Geoff Hookham (who converted it) - present jerseys to our first-time 1st Graders...
Highlights (all Tries) from 1st Grade Cluch footage are here...
Meet again - our ex-Wallaby - Peter Carson and his son Sam at the ground
with 1st Grade Coach Jim Allen on left
Note that all the Reunions have been moved to 29 July (Sponsors & BBs day)
TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS!
Calling all Players to Porter Reserve, Newport
6.30pm Tuesdays and Thursdays
WOMENS' 7s JOY JOHNSON CUP 2023...
This new subbies comp will be a weekly round robin series of 3 x W7s games to be played by 3 clubs within one hour - likely to be between Colts & 2nds at home games
This week they will be playing away at Epping v Lindfield B and Hunters Hill
A simplified draw can now be viewed here
SAT 15th APRIL...
Our Breaker Ladies travelled to Boronia Park...
They suffered a 34 - 10 loss to Lindfield Blue
But enjoyed beating them in the last game 10 - 5
As they say: "You're only as good as your last game"
Footage is on Cluch
Photo below courtesy of Shane Pretty (on right)...
FIRST FIXTURE PLAYED ON SAT 1st APRIL
Our Breaker Ladies travelled to Lindfield for a 3 team round robin series bravely fought in the rain between Newport, Lindfield and UNSW
1. Lara Grzechnik
2. Sarah Randall 1 Try
3. Luca Wannell
4. Isabella Huggins
5. Madison Hunt 2 Tries
6. Renee Ramsay
7. Zeantel Diokno 1 Try
8. Holly Lay 1 Try
You can watch them all on CLUCH TV though you may need a new
coupon allocated to you for 2023 (from our Secretary)
Calendar of 2023 Fixtures... View as PDF
Vice President Alan Jones wrote:
It was a fabulous performance considering the deplorable wet conditions..
We will grow and improve very quickly after this display of running rugby..
Particular thanks to Coach Scotty Williams who has stepped up to the role as well as being Club Secretary.. And we now have a Joy Johnson Cup to chase..
THE NEW BREED OF BREAKETTES..
WE WANT YOU – WOMEN'S 7’s RUGBY PLAYERS – NEWPORT RU BREAKERS
No experience required
Great way to get fit, meet people, develop skills, confidence
Fantastic social scene
Trial games/7’s tournament from 11th March (also 18th & 25th March)
Competition from Mid-April
Fantastic new facilities specifically for the ladies rugby team
Located at one of the most scenic grounds in world rugby – NEWPORT BEACH!
Training 6.30pm Tuesday & Thursday @ Porters Reserve, Newport
Unsure? Well - How about you come down to Porters Reserve, meet current members of the Breakers; these ladies welcome the challenges of getting fit, developing skills, and being competitive once that whistle is blown! However, once the game is over, welcome the benefits of being part of a social rugby club has to offer off the field as well.
Come on, come give it a try!
Further information, please contact me -
Secretary – Newport Senior Rugby Club
Tel: 0427 010 375
TRIAL GRADE GAME PLAYED
SATURDAY 26 MARCH v HILLS
Held at Yattenden Park, Baulkham Hills
No Video but Coach Angus James wrote afterwards...
Thanks to Kurt Stevenson, Charlie Lee, Jordan Rides, Josh Smyth, Cal Bowden, Tom Bowden, Bryton Caldwell, Tim Anstey, Seb Allen, Zac Telfer, Connor Bradshaw, Sam Wayling, Harry Condon, Cam Pitts and Taigh Wade who all fronted at Hills today. Even though we weren’t playing Hills top side, it allowed us to blow the cobwebs out and try a few things. Although we were only14 most of the time (hope the shoulders OK Harry Condon), we were able put on about 8 tries to 1 against a big Hills side with a 10 person reserve bench.
Quote of the day - Tim Anstey - "Gee I haven't been hit like that for a while", complete with huge smile on his face.
Welcome to Newport Rugby Taigh Wade - I think we found a new 15 for the club who scored 2 great tries, one off a well worked sideline ping pong play with Harry Condon. Taigh is here from WA where he played grade and is living in Avalon. Another new player was Charlie Lee, who at 49 played all 50 minutes enjoying the contact and a few hit ups. Great to see Kurt Stevenson back at Newport rugby after a successful sevens campaign with Newport earlier in the year.
In three weeks we will be at Porters for the opening game of the season against Briars - get to training this week boys, lots of work to do - its building. Im excited.
VIDEOS of earlier Trial v Colleagues
held at Forest High School are available here:
VIDEOS of Trials v St Ives and Woy Woy
held at Home are here:
(TO BE INSURED FOR TRIALS)
Fees aren't due yet, but you must register and it's free
Full instructions are here
To this year’s travellers...
Had some feedback that there’s a trust issue with our Recruitment Officer, Tenny James! For once he’s telling the truth, and the Club is offering a ‘Pay half / Play half’ subs for the Euro Travellers. Hence sign up today! And get your Newport Rugby Euro Pass to save a $100 and play for the greatest rugby team in Australia 😊
+61 412 375 743
NEW CLUB CAPTAINS ANNOUNCED...
Two GREAT CLUBMEN are sharing the job...
Will Evans and Finn Ambler
DRAW FINALIZED BY SUBBIES!...
The Div2 Draw (below) has been be finalized by Subbies and can now be viewed on their website
April 1st is a Bye for us (at our request - there's a Wedding).
So, we begin our Season after Easter - at Home on April 15th
Events have now been added.
Note that the Reunions are now all moved to 29 July (Sponsors & BBs Day)
Jake wrote on Facebook...
As so many know, Sevanaia Piceful had a Stella game with our 7s boys in scorching heat last Saturday, however he put his body on the line, ending up with a pretty badly broken arm.
Seva has always been the heart beat of our club and has always backed his team mates week in week out.
This is going to cause the big fella to be out of work for a good while and due to his VISA situation, won’t be able to get much help to look after the family.
Seva has another one on the way and 5 mouths to feed, including epic mini Seva who is on the path to be a bloody Wallaby in 2 years. Please give him a hand and have his back like he has had ours…
Chalk up another Grand Final!
The Breakers did it again - collecting a cheque for $1000 from Col Crawford BMW -- a major sponsor of the Warringah Rats,.
View videos of the games here
Earlier on Sat 18 Feb 2023 - Warringah 7s
The President wrote...
Good luck to the Mighty 7s tomorrow at Rat Park, remember Matty Wello will be there to help out on regos for the coming season.
Sign up boys and girls, the early bird sign up is on offer again this season; and in addition there will also be a reduced rate for the guys travelling this season… basically ‘play half a season and only pay a half season rate’
Get down, it’s going to be great rugby and a great season launch party!
It was as forecast - Sunny and 32 degrees with a Promo Party by the Gage Roads Brew Co
3 x Mini Swimming Pools (Bring swimmers)
Free Beer Tastings
Games & Prizes
The Newport squad for the day was:
We played games in between others involving Shute Shield Grade and Colts sides as well as Womens and School Teams (including a Newport Junior side). Jam packed action from 8am to 6pm in the evening, with beers, pools and DJs on the Hill to keep us entertained between Newport games.
Our games and results were as follows...
8:36am Pool Game 1 – Forrest (Front Field) Won 38 - 0
10:24am Pool Game 2 – Manly Savers (Main Field) Won 53 - 0
12:12pm Pool Game 3 – Lindfield (Front Field) Won 17- 5
5:00pm Final - was Breakers v Forest (Main Field) Won 14 - 0
6:12pm Presentation (Main Field)
Earlier - Saturday 11Feb 2023 - Hamilton 7s -
All Footage and Images shot on day are here
Something old, something new, but always BLUE (&white)
Announcing the new Coach – Simon Kacimaiwai
(Pictured above with his future Breakette! - Alara)
We are pleased to announce Simon Kacimaiwai as the new co-coach (forwards) for 1s and 2s this year. This is truly an outstanding appointment.
Simon will join Jim Allen to form a dynamic coaching partnership for the Club.
Simon is a Rugby Australia Level I & II Qualified coach.
Some of you may remember Simon from his time at the Rats where he was head coach for Colts when both Jeremy Allen and Tim Anstey passed through the program on the way home to Newport Rugby via grade at the Rats.
Simon has spent over 30 years coaching and as a representative selector within the ISA, GPS and CAS 1st XV school competitions including Oakhill, Waverley, Sydney Boys High School and Cranbrook Colleges as well as in the Shute Shield competition as Colts head coach with Eastern Suburbs, Sydney University & Warringah.
When asked his coaching philosophy Simon responded that “his focus is on developing the ‘whole’ player through a coaching approach that is player & team centered and by encouraging individuals to achieve their potential at all levels of rugby”
We are excited about the combination of Jim and Simon coaching 1s and 2s, but recognize from last year the difficulties this presents on game days to provide coaching support to 2s when 1s are warming up. Accordingly, Jim and Simon will be supported with game day bench and coaching from Angus James and Alex Baczkowski who are returning with Tom Allen to coach Colts this year.
Excitingly, Kiwi powerhouse Captain/Coach Nathan Knight will run 3s again with the assistance of Tom, Alex and Angus on game day.
Adding to the player experience will be a program on Tuesday nights of ‘Friends of the Newport” as guest coaches, including the like Eddie Wayling, Tony Hayes (“industrial fridge”) and other old rugby heads who have played years of Shute shield rugby between them.
New Ladies Block nears completion...
Here is the 2022 NRC Annual Report
which Jake presented at the AGM
Also of interest - the Subbies Report...
Some Shots from our Blue & White Ball...
Congratulations to all Award Winners
and well done Greg Lee for a Great Speech
Blue & White Ball - Reflections Movies...
See our Cricket teams perform to
"C'mon Aussie C'mon C'mon"
Part 1 (17 mins)
Part 2 (17 mins)
B & W Ball - 2022 Presentation Awards (+2020 Awards)...
Shots from our Grand Final Day...
by Greg Lee - 1st Grade Coach in 2022...
Like me - you may have missed seeing the links (below) to this Podcast done by Greg Lee following the Grand Final. Very easy on the ears and well worth a good listen, when you have time...
New Episode Greg Lee - Tales of a Community Coach. Fresh off a premiership victory with the Newport Breakers Rugby Club, Greg discusses the benefits and tackles the big issues involved with coaching adult community sport.
From the Coach...
WHAT A RIDE…
Family isn’t always about blood, it’s the people in life who want you in theirs and you want in yours.
11 months ago I went from possibly taking a year off from coaching to being welcomed into a new rugby family.
It all started with answering a phone call from a club president, some bloke called Jake Osborne, who I’m now proud to call a good mate. He has been absolutely amazing to work along side. Apparently, when he was checking out my credentials I got a reasonable wrap from the Godfather himself, AJ Alan Jones, whom I’ve know for well over 20 years.
We set some goals, made sure we were on the same page and set out to win a club champions and try and pick up a few premierships in the process - what club doesn’t? You’d be mad if you didn’t!
It appears a few things worked out OK. All our teams managed to finish in the top 3, which delivered a club championship. Two sides were minor premiers. All teams played in semi finals for a place in their respective grand finals. Two sides secured a grand final berth and one team won a premiership.
A lot of moving parts and way too many individuals to thanks on a social post, but a collective thank you to all the players, coaches, team managers, game day managers and caterers, ball boys, committee administrators, supporters and sponsors. You all contributed to another fine moment now etched in the history books that nobody can take away.
Despite our 3rd XV being pipped at the post in the final 2 minutes of their grand final, they had a fabulous season playing some exciting rugby and deserve to be congratulated for their consistent effort.
To our 1st XV, an eclectic band of tenacious warriors who were all committed to the cause. It’s been a pleasure helping to guide you through the season and develop a slightly different brand of Breakers’ Rugby. The squad aptly led by two of the toughest warriors I’ve had the pleasure to coach and all of this would not have been possible without them, captain Seb Allen and vice captain Byron Scott. Well played gentlemen.
As a squad, you did it and deserve to bathe in the glory you created. Club Champions, minor premiers and major premiers. To top it off, Sam Groom, our fullback, who unfortunately dislocated his shoulder during the game, won the esteemed Barraclough Medal for the MVP of the year voted on by the referees each week.
Thanks to Jimmy Allen who looked after all our backs’ play. Thanks to John Glen, our trusty team manager who made sure the sidelines were operational. Thanks to Laura Grace, our sports trainer who used more strapping tape than an Egyptian embalmer to keep the boys on the paddock. It would be remiss of me not to mention Ben Bidencope, our preseason S&C coach who changed the way we dealt with functional strength, movement and fitness. Finally, thanks to my better half and head of my back office operations, Mich Judd who has long supported my passion for the sport we both love.
2022 - GRAND FINALS...
Blunt Cup - 3rds v Hills was at 10.15am
Barraclough Cup - 1sts v UNSW was at 3.00pm
Both at TG Milner, Eastwood
3 Buses went out there
1sts (Barraclough Cup) won 17-12
3rds (Blunt Cup) lost 5-7
Both games can be viewed on Cluch
All Cam's Video clips and Photos from the day were recorded here
1st Grade's Grand Final footage and Presentations are now in this Movie...
3rd Grade's Grand Final is captured by Cam in this Movie...
September 2022 From the President...
Two in the GF! What an achievement.
Yesterday proved that Newport is exactly what our reputation suggests. A force to be reckoned with. Whilst we dropped out in a couple, we have two teams through and its set up a great day at TG Milner next Saturday.
To the teams that were knocked out yesterday, we fell one game short of the big dance. Its not a season to be knocked and a massive thank you to everyone that contributed.
3s step up against Hills is a huge battle. Our boys played with such energy yesterday and they are a band of brothers who will stick by each other through anything
1s showed an amazing amount of gumption yesterday and go up against UNI in a giant GF which the boys will be up for.
This Friday night the club will organise a GF dinner for all wanting to get involved in the teams and their partners.
Saturday there is a players bus and a supporters bus heading out before we head back to the club to drink all of the alcohol left.. and send off 2022 in style
Everyone get down there next Saturday and be ready to help the two grades at training this week for their preparation
Teams selected for the Grand Final...
1st XV at 3.00pm... 3rds at 10.15am
1. Dave Hart Max Fletcher
2. Jed Cram Ollie Pound
3. Riley Hayes Nathan Knight
4. Tom Land Seva Rockaduru
5. Matt Alexander Kemba Vuata
6. Tom Bowden Zac Meacham
7. Byron Scott Seb James
8. Tim Anstey Dylan Farrell
9. Seb Allen Ken Vuata
10. Jeza Allen Tom Allen
11. Nick Fretton Josh Kamara
12. Remy Kovacevich Teks Mafileo
13. Tom Fahey Ben Bond
14. Louie Keysell Tom Condon
15. Sam Groom Willie Dunn
Around the Crowd at out last home game of 2022...
See more? All crowd shots (cropped/enhanced) are here
Previous Saturday 3 Sept 2022 - Finals...
1sts, 2nds, Colts and 3rds played knockout finals in atrocious conditions at Norford Park.
3rd Grade (Blunt Cup) won 15 - 7 against UNSW
Colts (Robertson Cup) lost 19 - 20 v Eastern Suburbs (Penalty on bell)
2nds (Stockdale Cup) lost 25 - 0 v UNSW
1sts (Barraclough Cup) won 13 - 3 v Lindfield
All games were live on Cluch
Video clips of the day were also recorded here
Teams that played in last week's finals...
1st XV at 3.15pm... 2nd XV at 1.45pm Colts at 12.15pm 3rds at 11.00am
1. Sam Macarthur Jordan Rides Zane Farquharson Brendan S Williams
2. Jed Cram Will Evans Kye Gale Ollie Pound
3. Dave Hart Dylan Matthes Oliver Webster Nathan Knight
4. Tom Land Mark Burns Tom Whalan Seva Rockaduru
5. Matt Alexander Matt Andrews Liam Brown Callum Bowden
6. Tom Bowden Josh Baczkowski Jackson Upton Zac Meacham 1C 1P
7. Byron Scott Bryton Caldwell Jack Schofield Seb James
8. Tim Anstey Tennyson James Ben Minness 1Try Kemba Vuata
9. Seb Allen Ken Vuata Zac Telfer 1C Ken Vuata
10. Jeza Allen 2P 1C Jake Osborne Tom Baum Denny Keogh
11. Nick Fretton 1 Try Cameron Pitts Frank Kamara 2 Try Josh Kamara
12. Remy Kovacevich Chandler Walton Will Golden 1C Teks Mafileo 1Try
13. Tom Fahey Lachlan Grant A Soprenic Ben Bond
14. Louie Keysell Tom Condon Oliver Osborn Jacob Ferris
15. Sam Groom Sam Wayling Michael Vicini Willie Dunn 1Try
16. Matt Andrews Charlie Einspinner Hugo Regan Dylan Farrell
17. Oliver Webster Marcos Delana Theo Lloyd Tom Allen
18. Unassigned Cooper McMichael Cam Matthews
19. Zac Hill Eliki Sagoa
20. Tom Condon
21. Max Fletcher
Later - TriTag starts on 18 October 2022...
Previous Saturday 27 Aug 2022...
Our 2nd Grade (Stockdale Cup side) have won their Elimination Final 15 - 10 against Sydney Harlequins and go through to join 1sts, 3rds and Colts who now all play Finals at Norford Park
Win and they go through to Grand Finals at TG Milner, Eastwood.
View the 2nds game from the sideline on Cluch (with the Duckman)
Or the Full game from the try lines was recorded by Cam here
Previous Saturday 20 Aug 2022...
Massive Day winning all grades to become
Club Champions for 2022
Also Minor Premiers in 1st & 3rd Grades
It was home to Hawkesbury Valley
Hats off to them for staying back late with their coach after losing all grades.
Our 1st grade had a hard time defeating them 32 - 28 to become Minor Premiers for 2022
ALL Newport's teams will now be in the Semis commencing next week.
Videos and Photos...
1sts, 2nds, and Colts were available live on Cluch
3rd Grade - full game is here
Colts highlights are here
2nd Grade highlights are here
1st Grade highlights are here
Speeches and some Boat race are here
Crowd shots (cropped/enhanced) are all here
1st Grade: Won 32 - 28
2nd Grade: Won 47 - 17
3rd grade: Won 26 - 0
Colts: Won 52 - 5
4th Grade: Won 28 - 0 (Forfeit)
Teams that played Hawkesbury Valley...
1st XV at 3.15pm... 2nd XV at 2.00pm Colts at 12.45pm 3rds at 11.40am
1. Sam Macarthur Jordan Rides 1Try Zane Farquharson Max Fletcher
2. Jed Cram Will Evans Oliver Webster 1 Try Ollie Pound
3. Dave Hart 1 Try Dylan Matthes Jonah Watkin Brendan S Williams
4. Tom Land Mark Burns Tyson Farrell Seva Rockaduru
5. Matt Alexander Matt Andrews Liam Brown 1 Try Callum Bowden
6. Tom Bowden Charlie Einspinner Jackson Upton Zac Meacham 3C
7. Byron Scott Bryton Caldwell Jack Schofield Seb James
8. Tim Anstey Tennyson James Ben Minness 2 Try Dylan Farrell
9. Seb Allen Ken Vuata Zac Telfer 1P 2C Hugh Sweeney
10. Jeza Allen 2P 3C Jake Osborne 1Try Tom Baum Denny Keogh
11. Nick Fretton 2 Try Cameron Pitts Frank Kamara Jese Wainibuli
12. Remy Kovacevich Chandler Walton2T 6C Will Golden 1 Try Teks Mafileo
13. Tom Fahey 1Try Sam Wayling 1Try A Soprenic 1 Try Ben Bond
14. Louie Keysell 1Try Hugh Sweeney Oliver Osborne 1 Try James Finn
15. Sam Groom Lachlan Grant Michael Vacini 1 Try Cam Matthews
16. Unnassigned Frank Kamara 2Try Kye Gale Ken Vuata 1 Try
17. Sam Wayling Sevanaia Rokoduru Zac Hill
18. Ken Vuata Tom Whalan Tom Allen 1 Try
19. Jake Osborne Theo Lloyd Eliki Sagoa 2 Try
20. Matt Andrews Denny Keogh
21. Tennyson James Aiden Whereat
22. Jordan Rides Cooper McMichael 1 Try
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