Annual Zone Awards 2012
South Coast Rugby Union presented their annual awards last Saturday at Bombala – after completion of the preliminary finals.
On behalf of all Zone Executive, committee, players, coaches, referees and supporters Peter Ryan (President - South Coast Rugby Union) congratulates the following individual awards winners for season 2012;
· Zone Representative Player of the Year – Raymond Kading (Bombala)
· Zone Highest Point scorer 2012 – Pat McMahon (Broulee) 118 points
· Zone Highest Try scorer 2012 – Justin Austin (Broulee) 16 tries
· Zone Best & Fairest 2012 – James Thomas (Batemans Bay)
Results - Saturday 25th August 2012
Minor Semi Final - Bombala "Bluetongues" 46 defeated Milton "Platypus" 17
Scores were locked at 17 all at half time but Bombala clicked into good running Rugby with all members of the team wiiling to support any breaks in the second half to record a comfortable win. Bombala now advance into the final next week with Milton now to contest the Plate finals
Major Semi Final - Broulee "Dolphins" 45 defeated Batemans Bay "Boars 5
Broulee travelled with good numbers and never looked troubled in an afternoon when they again attacked from all parts of the field with success. Broulee now move straight into the Grand Final with Batemans Bay left to regroup and play Bombala this weekend.
Next weekend - Saturday 1st September - all games at Hanging Rock Oval, Batemans Bay
1.00pm - Plate Final - Milton "Platypus" v Narooma "Whales"
3.00pm - 1st Grade Final - Batemans Bay "Boars" v Bombala "Bluetongues"
1st - Broulee
Winner major semi
GF 1st Grade
2nd - Batemans Bay
Winner 1st Grade
3rd - Bombala
4th - Milton
5th - Narooma
This Saturday 25th August 2012 both the Major & Minor semi finals will be held at Bombala.
Kick Off times
1.00pm – Bombala v Milton (Minor Semi)
3.00pm – Broulee v Batemans bay (Major Semi)
Results - Rd 14 - Saturday 11th Aug 2012
Broulee "Dolphins" 48 defeated Batemans Bay "Boars" 14
Undefeated Broulee continued on the 2012 dominant path with another strong display of attacking Rugby and plenty of tries. A day became difficult for Batemans Bay with a first half send off of a player with the team then playing one man short.
Bombala "Bluetongues" 43 defeated Narooma "Whales" 26
Bombala are hitting some good form towards the end of the season with a solid win away from home. Bombala continue to build momentum towards the business end of the season and will figure strongly during the finals.
Milton "Platypus" had the bye
Broulee "Dolphins" 70
Batemans Bay "Boars" 45
Bombala "Bluetongues" 40
Milton "Platypus" 29
Narooma "Whales" 19
Results – Rd 13 – Sat 4th August 2012
Bombala “Bluetongues” 53 defeated Milton “Platypus” 10
The Bluetongues have hit some great form in the run into the finals with another good win at home. Milton couldn’t get there best team to travel and Bombala entertained the home crowd with plenty of good tries.
Batemans Bay “Boars” 36 defeated Narooma “Whales” 24
A game that provided plenty of tries from both teams that seen the ball thrown around at every opportunity. Narooma put in a gutsy effort to keep in touch until the final ten minutes.
Broulee “Dolphins” had the bye
Broulee “Dolphins” 69
Batemans Bay “Boars” 50
Bombala “Bluetongues” 40
Milton “Platypus” 25
Narooma “Whales” 20
South Coast Rugby Union 2012
Next weekend – Rd 14 – Saturday 11th August 2012
Narooma v Bombala at Dalmeny
Batemans Bay v Broulee at Batemans Bay (don’t miss this one…)
Milton has the bye
Results - Rd 12 - Sat 28th July 2012
Bombala "Bluetongues" 15 defeated Batemans Bay "Boars" 12
Bombala show cased plenty of attacking flair & skill in front a good crowd at Delegate in freezing conditions to defeat the visiting Boars. Bombala scored 2 first half tries and the Batemans Bay team responded with 2 second half tries but a penalty conversion mid way through second half by Bombala gave them the win.
Broulee "Dolphins" 29 defeated Milton "Platypus" 10
Broulee remain undefeated season 2012 as they again provided there home crowd supportes with some quality Rugby tries. Milton again showed there season improvement and provided strong opposition for most of the game.
Narooma "Whales" had the bye
Broulee "Dolphins" 65
Batemans Bay "Boars" 45
Bombala "Bluetongues" 35
Milton "Platypus" 25
Narooma "Whales" 19
Next weekend - Rd 13 - Saturday 4th August 2012
Bombala v Milton at Bombala
Batemans Bay v Narooma at Batemans Bay
Broulee has the bye
Results - Rd 11 - Sat 21st July 2012
Milton "Platypus" 38 defeated Batemans Bay "Boars" 21
Milton continue to build a strong side and put in there best performance for many years to defeat last seasons premiers. 2 first half intercept tries converted to Milton gave them confidence and momemtum to go on with the job in the second half.
Broulee "Dolphins" 80 defeated Narooma "Whales" 0
There seems no stopping a rampaging Broulee team that continues to run in plenty of tries each week. Broulee controlled the game from start to finish against a Narooma team that never stopped trying
Bombala "Bluetongues" had the bye
Broulee "Dolphins" 60
Batemans Bay "Boars" 44
Bombala "Bluetongues" 30
Milton "Platypus" 25
Narooma "Whales" 15
Next weekend - Rd 12 - Sat 28th July 2012
Bombala "Bluetongues" v Batemans Bay "Boars" at Delegate
Broulee "Dolphins" v Milton "Platypus" at Broulee
Narooma has the bye
Results - Rd 9 - Sat 30th June 2012
Broulee "Dolphins" 28 defeated Batemans Bay "Boars" 20
Broulee remain undefeated for the season with a terrific win at home against neighbours Batemans Bay. This game was exciting and entertainig from start to finish with both team providing hard hitting defence, great attacking raids and some good tries scored. The first half set up Broulee win with them going into the break 15 - 0 but the Bay fought back in the second half - cant wait for the next clash.
Bombala "Bluetongues" 93 defeated Narooma "Whales" 7
Bombala scored one of there best at home wins in their 15 year history (celebrating 15 year birthday this year) with them putting the top Clubs on notice that they are still genuine title contenders. Narooma travelled with good numbers but couldn't match the size and speed of the Bluetongues attack.
Broulee "Dolphins" 50
Batemans Bay "Boars" 40
Bombala "Bluetongues" 26
Milton "Platypi" 15
Narooma "Whales" 15
Next weekend - Rd 10 - 7th July 2012
Milton v Narooma at Milton
Broulee v Bombala at Broulee
Batemans Bay has the bye
Results Rd 8 - Sat 23rd June 2012
Bombala "Bluetongues" 50 defeated Milton "Platypus" 29 at Bombala
Batemans Bay "Boars 62 defeated Narooma "Whales" 0 at Dalmeny
Broulee "Dolphins" had the bye
Broulee "Dolphins" undefeated 37
Batemans Bay "Boars" 33
Bombala "Bluetongues" 18
Milton "Platypus" 9
Narooma "Whales" 9
Next Weekend - Rd 9 - 30th June 2012
Broulee v Batemans Bay at Broulee
Bombala v Narooma at Bombala
Milton has the bye
Results - Rd 7 - 9th June 2012
Broulee "Dolphins" 37 defeated Milton "Platypi" 17
Milton scored 2 quick early tries then lead for all the game until the last 10 minutes when 2 late tries by Broulee got them the points and kept there season undefeated. Milton now have a very competitive side and will worry a lot of teams in the second half of the competition.
Batemans Bay "Boars" 47 defeated Bombala "Bluetongues" 10
Bombala played far better then what the scoreline suggests - they scored the first try of the day but couldn't contain the speed of the Bay outside backs.
Narooma "Whales' had the bye
Broulee "Dolphins" 34
Batemans Bay "Boars" 28
Bombala "Bluetongues" 13
Narooma "Whales" 13
Milton "Platypuss" 9
Next Weekend - Rd 8 - 23rd June 2012
Milton v Bombala at Milton
Narooma v Batemans Bay at Dalmeny
Broulee has the bye
South Coast Rugby Union Results – Rd 6 – 2nd June 2012
Broulee “Dolphins” 51 defeated Narooma “Whales” 8
Broulee confirmed their competition favouritism for 2012 with and impressive win away from home were there backs and forwards combined well in a strong win
Batemans Bay “Boars” 43 defeated Milton “platypi” 15
Milton competed well for most of the game however the Batemans Bay experience showed when counted – the Batemans Bay team constructed a number of early tries through patience and strong defence
Bombala “Bluetongues” had the bye
Broulee “Dolphins” 29
Batemans Bay “Boars” 23
Bombala “Bluetongues” 13
Milton “Playtpus” 9
Narooma “Whales” 9
Next weekend 9th June 2012
A general bye over the long weekend to allow the South Coast “Marlins” representative team to compete in the Brumbies Provincial Championships at Wagga – this is a 3 day carnival with South Coast to play both Southern Inland and ACT Monaro.
South Coast Rugby Union - Round 6
Batemans Bay v Milton – Friday 1st June 7.00pm at Hanging Rock Oval, Batemans Bay
Narooma v Broulee – Saturday 2nd June 3.00pm at Dalmeny
Bombala has the bye
Results - Rd 4 - 19th May 2012
Broulee "Dolphins" 42 defeated Bombala "Bluetongues" 14
Broulee continued there undefeated run 2012 with a solid win away from home. Bombala competed well in patches but found the speed of the Broulee backs to hard to handle early in the game with Broulee scoring 4 first half tries
Milton "Platypus" 36 defeated Narooma "Whales" 27
Milton recorded there first win for the season plus claimed a bonus point in an impressive win. Milton enjoyed having a full strenght team for the first time this season and put in an enthusiastic effort for the entire 80 minutes. The lead changed regularly throughout the game with Milton scoring 2 late tries to grab the points
Batemans Bay "Boars" had the bye
Next weekend 26th May 2012
A general bye in the competition allowing the South Coast "Marlins" Rugby Union representative team to prepare and train for the June Long weekend when they will compete in the Brumbies Provincial Champioships at Wagga. South Coast Rugby Union Coach Matt Ryan has announced a strong 26 players squad that includes 8 players each from Broulee & Batemans Bay, 5 from Bombala, 3 from Milton and 2 from Narooma. The squad will train this Saturday at Hanging Rock Oval, Batemans Bay from 12.00 midday.
South Coast Rugby Union Senior Draw 2012
Please see the attached draw - South Coast Rugby Union Senior Draw 2012
2012 South Coast/Monaro Talent Centre Squad
Congratulations to the following players who have been selected in the squad:
South Coast Senior Competition
Rugby Union continues to grow on the NSW South Coast, with the competition having expanded in recent years despite the large following of soccer, AFL and rugby league in the area.
The competition features seven teams as far south as Narooma and as far North as Milton.
Other teams in the competition include Braidwood, Batemans Bay, Broulee, Bermagui-Cobago and Bombala.
Please click here to download the 2011 South Coast Rugby Union Draw.
Preliminary Final Results - 27th August 2011
Grand Final - Sat 3rd September 2011 - 1st Grade
Batemans Bay "Boars" 29 bt Broulee "Dolphins" 3
Batemans Bay were menacing all day running in 5 tries during the game with No 8 James Bell crossing for 3. Batemans Bay lead 14 - 0 at half time. Broulee clearly missed Captain Coach David Fleming who withdrew before kick off with an injury.
This completes a successful 2011 South Coast Rugby Union season with Batemans Bay now holding the 1st Grade Ted Eager Shield, The Viking Shield and The Minor Premiership Shield.
2011 Zone Awards
Congratulations to the following players who won South Coast Rugby Union Awards for season 2011 at the presentation held Saturday;
Zone Representative Player 2011 - David Silversides (Batemans Bay)
Highest Point Scorer - Tyrone Thomas (Narooma)
Highest Try Scorer - Tyrone Thomas (Narooma) and Cory Maddison (Batemans Bay)
Zone Best & Fairest - Ashley Kenny (Batemans Bay) and Nigel Booking (Narooma)
South Coast Rugby Union Results Round 2 - 28th April 2012
Batemans Bay "Boars" 30 beat Bombala "Bluetongues" 17
Batemans Bay ran in 4 tries to Bombala's 3 to grab an important away from home win. The young Bay team took a good lead into the half time break but a yellow card to a player early in the second half gave Bombala the advantage they were looking for and they clawed there way back into the game.