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Match Photos - Women v Waverly June 16 2012

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Some photos of the Women's match against Waverly can be found here.

 

Match Photos - Round 8 v West Harbour June 2 2012

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Iese Leota was dynamic against West Harbour today.

Iese Leota was dynamic against West Harbour today.

Some photos from today's matches against West Harbour can be found here.

 

 

Damien Fakafanua Selected for Tonga

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Congratulations to Damien Fakafanua on his selection for Tonga in the upcoming Pacific Nations Cup.  This is a well deserved selection recognising the sizzling form that Damien has displayed this year.

 

 

 

Match Photos - Round 7 v Gordon May 26 2012

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Tui Fa'asisila scores against Gordon

 

Some photos from today's matches against Gordon can be found here.

 

 

 

Two Blues In Match of the Day this week

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TWO BLUES IN MATCH OF THE ROUND THIS WEEK

 

Following our promising start to the season the Parra Two Blues will be featured in the ABC TV Match of the Round this week against Gordon at Chatswood Oval. The Two Blues will be looking to get back on the winners list after two narrow losses in recent weeks to Easts and Premiers Eastwood last week.


Below is the ABC preview of the match.

 

 

Women's Match Report v Rockdale 19th May

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WOMEN'S MATCH REPORT V ROCKDALE MAY 19

 

 

With three scheduled games for the weekend, a physical midweek encounter with competition leaders Sydney Uni and coming away with a 12 all draw it was only fitting for the coaches to rotate the team for the home game against Rockdale.

 

As expected Rockdale started strong with great ball movement in their backline. It was evident they had a few representative players amongst their team.

 

This however was no match for the ladies of Merrylands RSL Rugby Park. The forwards made their presence felt with bone crunching tackles lead by Tasha Leota and barnstorming runs in the middle of the paddock by Farlane Wineera. The backline not to be outdone, powered on by player of the match Hanna Sio out-paced and out-maneuvered the opposition.

 

At the final whistle Parramatta were too strong winning 72 to 5.

 

Special mention goes out to all the girls who played in the Sydney representative team against the British Army on Sunday morning. There's no doubt that the strong representation of Parra girls helped Sydney win the game. Congratulations to the real winner, Women's Rugby !!

 

Mopes Latu

Coach

Match Photos - Round 6 v Eastwood May 19 2012

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Sam Yakopo

Sam Yakopo

Photos from today's matches against Eastwood can be found here.

 

 

Match Photos - Women v Rockdale May 19 2012

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Some photos from today's Women's match against Rockdale can be found here.

 

 

Match Photos - Round 5 v Easts May 12 2012

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Trent Hoscher scores a beauty against Easts.

Trent Hoscher scores a beauty against Easts.

Photos from today's matches against Easts can be viewed here.

 

 

Round 4 Match Report v Warringah

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MATCH REPORT – FIRST GRADE – PARRAMATTA V WARRINGAH, 5 MAY 2012

 

Parramatta 22 Warringah 18

Thommo was away this week learning how to spell. In his absence, our President, Geoff Baldwin submitted the match report.

The resurgent Two Blues, contesting the Noddy Sawtell Cup, held out the Green Rats to secure a third win on the trot, for the first time since the early 1990s. 

Parramatta started indifferently, and apparently without the sort of spark that characterised last week's win against Penrith. Kicking radars were not working, with three penalty attempts (Parramatta two, Warringah one) unsuccessful within the first 15 minutes. The first scrum did not come until the 16th minute, following a good tackle by Mika Polota-Nau.

Soon afterwards, though, Warringah took the lead through a try by David Feltscheer, converted by Hamish Angus. With about half an hour gone, Parramatta regained some ground with a Tom Woods penalty, but shortly afterward Parramatta was penalised for being off their feet, and Warringah extended its lead to 10-3.

As half-time approached, Parramatta replied with good pressure, but without converting that into points. The Warringah defence had Parramatta's midfield attack accurately covered, shutting down any potential moves. Just before half-time, Tom Woods had another shot at a penalty goal, but missed. At half-time, the score remained 10-3.

Parramatta came into the second half with fresh energy, and a great hit by Adam Coleman was followed in the fifth minute by a try from Ryan Aniseko. Tom Woods converted, and the scores were locked up at 10-all. In the 10th minute, great Parramatta defence held Warringah up over the try line, but a penalty was conceded, and Warringah were ahead again, 13-10.