Adam Bowles rips through a tackle.Against the odds and some key players out with injuries the Beaudesert Warriors under15s were victorious again this week winning 12-nilover Palm Beach Alleygators.
The wet weather rolled in and settled over Logan City’s Meakin Park delivering slippery conditions and soggy underfoot but this did not dampen Warriors high spirits and confidence after a strong win against Tamborine Mountainlast week.
Uncontested scrums were requested by Alleygators,which made coaches Jed Edwards and Tom Jellie quick rethink on strategy saw a reshuffle of the back line with the addition of Jack Wallace and Kyle Rimmer.
The first half the forwards kept it tight running it up the middle so the backs could get clean ball and according to the game plan strong pick and drives from the forward pack led by Dylan Hahn and Lachlan Muir afforded Kyle, Jack and Jeremy Smith the space to break the advantage line.
A gap opened up and Alex Gilliland sprinted through to get the first try of the match.
Peterson Gilbert and Antony Wedhorn were quick to breakdowns pressuring Alleygators and forcing errors and turnover of the ball in the Warrior’s favour.
With half Harry Watts controlling the ball, backs were then able to get some open field advantage and the ball flowed out to Micah Jackson to run down the line and score in the corner.
A successful conversion byJeremysaw half time score 12-nilto the Warriors.
The rain continued and the second half began.
Both teams were struggling with fatigue and the greasy conditions brought on a contest of ball retention and a comedy of errors and that’s where the game stayed.
Full time whistle sounded with final score remaining at 12-nilto the Warriors.
Overall teamwork and the solid defence of Adam Bowles and Brad Wedhorn were commended by coach Edwards.
Player of the match was awarded to Jeremy for his hard tackling, discipline and work over the ball.
Adam Bowles, Jeremy Smith, Harry Watts, Jack Wallace and Peterson Gilbert. play defence on Saturday.
The under 12 Beaudesert Warriors team fell 38-29 tothe Palm Beach Alleygators on Saturday in what was always going to be a game between two evenly matched teams.
The Warriors skipped out to an early lead with a lange range try to number Eight, Tasi Robbie.
This seemed to kick the Alleygators into action though and they scored the next three tries to jump out to a handy lead.
With a change in tactics the Warriors side started to run the ball from the set pieces and this paid dividends as Reagan Callaghan crossed for quick two tries of his own to make the halftime score 19 to 17.
Following up from his strong game last week, Jacob Reid made large inroads through the Alleygators mid field defence with some powerful surges up field. One of which resulted in Josh Koplick crossing in the corner for his first try of the season.
The Warriors grabbed the lead back when Reagan sliced through the defence again for his third try of the match.
This lifted the Warriors forward pack and with Harry Marshall and Kreedence Locke’s power game coming to the fore big metres were being made up the middle of the field.
With 10 minutes left on the clock and the Warriors looking like taking out the game, Palm Beach hit back with a quick try to even the scores.
The Warriors were starting to tire and Palm Beach sensed this by moving the ball wide to score a late try to seal the win.
The final score was 38-29 to Palm Beach with Reagan and Harry named player of the day for the Warriors.
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