Rep Rugby Creates Results

Camden are off to great start to season 2013 following their 4 try, 26-0 victory over Tech Waratahs at Camden on Saturday. With Illawarriors and likely Cockatoos Captain Gavin Holder producing yet another Man of the Match performance and Fly-Half Ben Greentree adding much stability and guidance, the Rams now find themselves at the top of the table. With all other Round 2 matches washed out, their win creates a situation where all other clubs now have someone to chase. After showing plenty of promise in 2012 the Rams will be very happy with the start to their season.

Camden now head off to Ocean Park next week for the Match of the Day against Shamrocks. Lets hope the weather holds off this week for what should be a bumper game.

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Camden dominate Tech in Rainy Round 2

While all the grounds on the coast were unplayable due to the heavy rain on Friday night and Saturday, Camden was spared the worst and was able to host the only rugby played in the Illawarra yesterday.

In 1st Grade, Tech Waratahs were only able to field four or five of last year's Grand Final team and went down to a convincing Camden 26 - 0. Camden scored four unanswered tries and Tech never really threatened Camden at any stage. As always, Tech was able to put up a fight in the forwards but will need to bolster their back line if they are to return to their winning ways. For Camden Gavin Holder produced a Man-of-the-Match display again, while Ben Greentree was given too much space and allowed to direct the show behind his forwards.

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Vikings off to a Good Start.

vikings logo 0Vikings got its 2013 Season off to a successful start with three wins on a sunny day at Bowral in the First Round. It's certainly more enjoyable for coastal teams to play their away games against The Bowral Blacks early in the season.

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Premiers go down to Camden

2013 34 April 13 Camden V AvondaleAfter a pleasant sun-filled drive along Picton Road and through the beautifull setting of Douglas Park, I arrived at Camden Rugby Park looking forward to an enjoyable afternoon at the rugby.  Camden were up against last years Premiers Avondale in round 1 of the 2013 IDRU Builders Club Premiership and expectations were high. What I got however was a fumble fest.

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Debutants Star in Shamrocks Win

Shamrocks snuck home against a very determined Shoalhaven at Shoalhaven Rugby Park today; 36-29. It was a very torrid affair at times with both sides never giving an inch. The difference was the strike power of the Shamrocks and some great displays from our new recruits – Sam Latu, Frank Roberts and Lucas Webb. It was a 5 try apiece affair with the difference being the accurate and reliable boot of Shamrock No 10, Alyd Owen.

debutantsThe day started off with a loss for the Rocks Colts in a high scoring game, 38-33. Seconds didn’t fare much better, being soundly beaten 29-10. Both games were entertaining but the difference in intensity and skill was evident when the ‘BIG’ Boys ran out onto the field for the First Grade fixture.

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Shamrocks win inaugural Shamrocks Tens

tensThe best Colts in the IDRU were on display at Ocean Park in the Shamrocks Tens played on Sat 6th April. It was a 10 a side with 10 mins each way. Shamrocks Green were victorious being undefeated all day but they did have some close ones with them scraping home by a point in their last game against a very good Engadine side.

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