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Thread: RWO Game Day Thread - Round 10 - June 27-28

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    RWO Game Day Thread - Round 10 - June 27-28

    Fingers crossed the weather behaves itself this week. If it does, these are the week's fixtures:

    Saturday 27th June

    Bargo Sportsground
    10:00 Wollondilly Knights v North Shore Bombers Division Four

    Gore Hill Oval
    14:30 North Shore Bombers v Pennant Hills Demons (Blue Jumper) Premier Division
    12:30 North Shore Bombers v Penrith Rams Division Two
    10:30 North Shore Bombers v East Coast Eagles Under 19s Division One

    Greygums Oval
    14:10 Penrith Rams v Pennant Hills Demons Division Three
    12:00 Penrith Rams v Campbelltown Blues Under 19s Division Two
    10:00 Penrith Rams v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division Five

    Gwawley Oval
    14:30 Southern Power v East Coast Eagles (Alternate Jumper) Division One
    12:30 Southern Power v Blacktown Magic Division Four
    10:30 Southern Power v Newtown Breakaways Women's Division One
    8:30 Southern Power v Pennant Hills Demons Under 19s Division Two

    Harrington Park
    12:00 Camden Cats v Nor-West Jets Division Five

    Mahoney Park
    10:00 Sydney University v Camden Cats Division Four

    Mike Kenny Oval - Top
    9:30 Pennant Hills Demons v South Coast Thunder Under 19s Division One

    Mona Park
    10:00 Auburn Giants Women's v Newtown Breakaways Women's Division Two

    Picken Oval
    14:10 Western Suburbs Magpies v St George Dragons Premier Division
    12:00 Western Suburbs Magpies v Camden Cats Division Two

    Pioneers Park
    14:10 Randwick City Saints v Blacktown Magic Division Two
    12:00 Randwick City Saints v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division Four

    University Oval
    16:10 Macquarie University v St George Dragons (Red Jumper) Division One
    14:00 Macquarie University v Campbelltown Blues Division Four
    12:00 Macquarie University v Wollongong Saints Women's Division One

    Village Green
    14:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Sydney University Premier Division
    12:30 UNSW/ES Stingrays v Sydney University Bombers Women's Division One
    10:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Sydney University Division One
    8:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Sydney University Division Three

    Waverley Oval
    14:30 UTS Bats v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Division One
    12:00 UTS Bats v East Coast Eagles Division Three
    10:30 UTS Shamrocks v Blacktown Magic Women's Division Two
    8:30 UTS Bats v Randwick City Saints Division Five

    Weldon Oval
    17:10 Manly Warringah Giants v Gosford Wildcats Women's Division Two
    14:30 Manly Warringah Giants v East Coast Eagles Premier Division
    12:30 Manly Warringah Giants v Moorebank Magpies Division Two
    10:30 Manly Warringah Giants v Moorebank Magpies Division Four
    8:30 Manly Warringah Giants v Sydney University Under 19s Division One

    Sunday 28th June

    Henson Park
    14:30 Balmain Tigers v Pennant Hills Demons (Red Jumper) Division One
    12:30 Balmain Tigers v Pennant Hills Demons Division Five
    10:30 Balmain Tigers (Yellow Jumper) v Gosford Wildcats Division Three

    Picken Oval
    14:10 Western Suburbs Magpies v Nor-West Jets Division Three
    12:00 Western Suburbs Magpies v Holroyd Parramatta Goannas Under 19s Division Two

    Village Green
    14:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v Sydney University Division Five
    12:30 UNSW/ES Stingrays v Moorebank Magpies Women's Division Two
    10:30 UNSW/ES Bulldogs v St George Dragons Under 19s Division One


    Bye
    UTS Bats Premier Division
    Western Wolves Women’s Division One
    Penrith Ramettes Women’s Division Two
    Moorebank Magpies Under 19 Division Two
    Australian Football. It's what makes our country great.

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    One milestone worthy of a mention is Frank Kalayzich will be umpiring his 500th Premier Division game. Remarkable longevity in that in a typical weekend he will control a game in which most of players weren't born when he made his senior debut.
    Umpiring can be a thankless business; and it's the nature of the game that we tend to notice the occasional calls they get wrong more than the vast majority they get right. But without the umpires there would be no game - and to control 500 of them at the senior level is a remarkable achievement.
    Australian Football. It's what makes our country great.

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    Australian Football. It's what makes our country great.

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