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    RWO Game Day Thread - Round 8 - 12-14 June

    All grounds are open and there's a full round in all grades this weekend.


    FIXTURES 13th – 14th JUNE 2015

    Friday 12th June

    Rosedale Park
    19:30 Moorebank Magpies v Campbelltown Blues (White Jumper) Under 19s Division Two


    Saturday 13th June

    Bargo Sportsground
    14:00 Wollondilly Knights v Campbelltown Blues Division Four

    Bensons Lane

    14:10 Nor-West Jets v Gosford Wildcats Division Three
    12:00 Nor-West Jets v UTS Bats Division Five

    BISP No.2
    14:10 Blacktown Magic v North Shore Bombers Division Two
    12:00 Blacktown Magic v Randwick City Saints Division Four
    10:00 Blacktown Magic v Newtown Breakaways Women's Division Two

    Gipps Rd Oval
    14:10 Holroyd Parramatta Goannas v Southern Power Division One
    12:00 Holroyd Parramatta Goannas v Southern Power Division Four

    Greygums Oval
    14:30 Penrith Rams v Randwick City Saints Division Two
    12:30 Penrith Rams v East Coast Eagles Division Three
    10:30 Penrith Ramettes v UTS Shamrocks Women's Division Two
    8:30 Penrith Rams v Southern Power Under 19s Division Two

    Henson Park
    19:30 Sydney University v East Coast Eagles Division One
    17:00 Sydney University v East Coast Eagles Premier Division
    15:00 Sydney University v South Coast Thunder Under 19s Division One

    Mahoney Park
    13:00 Newtown Breakaways v Wollongong Saints Women's Division One

    Mike Kenny Oval – Top
    14:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Macquarie University Division One
    12:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Western Suburbs Magpies Division Three

    Mike Kenny Oval – Bottom
    14:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division Five
    12:30 Pennant Hills Demons v Western Suburbs Magpies Under 19s Division Two

    Olds Park
    14:10 St George Dragons v UTS Bats Premier Division
    12:00 St George Dragons v UTS Bats Division One
    10:00 St George Dragons v East Coast Eagles Under 19s Division One

    Pioneers Park
    9:00 Randwick City Saints v Camden Cats Division Five

    Rosedale Park
    15:00 Moorebank Magpies v Camden Cats Division Two
    13:00 Moorebank Magpies v Camden Cats Division Four
    11:00 Moorebank Magpies v Auburn Giants Women's Women's Division Two

    St Pauls Oval
    11:00 Sydney University Bombers v Macquarie University Women's Division One

    Sydney Uni No.1 Oval
    14:30 Sydney University v UTS Bats Division Three
    12:30 Sydney University v North Shore Bombers Division Four
    9:00 Sydney University v Penrith Rams Division Five

    Village Green
    14:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Balmain Tigers Division One
    12:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Balmain Tigers Division Three
    10:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Balmain Tigers Division Five
    8:30 UNSW/ES Stingrays v Western Wolves Women's Division One

    Weldon Oval
    17:10 Manly Warringah Giants v Pennant Hills Demons Under 19s Division One
    14:30 Manly Warringah Giants v Western Suburbs Magpies Premier Division
    12:30 Manly Warringah Giants v Western Suburbs Magpies Division Two
    10:30 Manly Warringah Giants v Macquarie University Division Four
    8:30 Manly Warringah Giants v UNSW/ES Stingrays Women's Division Two


    Sunday 14th June

    Village Green
    14:10 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v North Shore Bombers Premier Division
    12:00 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v North Shore Bombers Under 19s Division One

    Bye
    Pennant Hills Demons Premier Division
    Southern Power Women’s Division One
    Gosford Wildcats Women’s Division Two
    Holroyd-Parramatta Under 19 Division Two
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    There's talk about whether the standard of footy is as good as ever or not. The answer is that it's hit and miss. There are times when one sees a good contest, but other times when one sees a poor-standard or lopsided game. And you can't always predict which way it's going to be.

    I took a drive down to Olds Park today and caught a cracker of a game between St George and UTS - I'll have some pics when this week's RWO report is up. St George led by seven points at the last change, but the Bats kicked the first three goals of the last quarter and looked set to pull off a boilover when they led by 12 points; and still leading by 11 as the clock ticked past the 20 minute mark.
    But a long goal from nearly 50 out, and then an advantage goal after a push-out saw the Dragons regain the lead in the dying moments and hang on for a 2-point result. Plenty of momentum swings and highlights; played hard but in great spirits and enjoyable to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norris Lurker View Post
    There's talk about whether the standard of footy is as good as ever or not. The answer is that it's hit and miss. There are times when one sees a good contest, but other times when one sees a poor-standard or lopsided game. And you can't always predict which way it's going to be.

    I took a drive down to Olds Park today and caught a cracker of a game between St George and UTS - I'll have some pics when this week's RWO report is up. St George led by seven points at the last change, but the Bats kicked the first three goals of the last quarter and looked set to pull off a boilover when they led by 12 points; and still leading by 11 as the clock ticked past the 20 minute mark.
    But a long goal from nearly 50 out, and then an advantage goal after a push-out saw the Dragons regain the lead in the dying moments and hang on for a 2-point result. Plenty of momentum swings and highlights; played hard but in great spirits and enjoyable to watch.
    And on the other hand Manly played We$ts today down at Weldon.

    Manly looks OK, some big bodied players and very quick speedy style of play. Lots of kids in that side. Decent level of intensity and physicality overall. Not exactly a great facility but adequate enough I guess.

    I hope that the licensed club at We$ts isn't tipping too much into their player budget this year because they were truly awful and anyone who thinks the standard of the league has improved should go and what that mob sometime. They had some OK players of course but overall they were a very poor advertisement for the NSWAFL. Overall they looked like a complete rabble to be honest, their coaching staff seemed clueless and bereft of ideas.....

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    I'll have this week's report up today. Sorry it's late - I was in Melbourne yesterday & my flight back was delayed, and by the time I got home I was too buggered to finish it.
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    Australian Football. It's what makes our country great.

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    Norris do not apologise for willingly doing a job no one else is rushing to undertake. Good work as ever.
    Last edited by often_confused; 15th June 2015 at 03:10 PM. Reason: typo

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