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Junior Lineout 2006

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									                                                                                                         Number 5
CLUB CONTACTS
President: Russell Ingram 0414 425 970 Registrar: Sheena Lambi: 0429 338 526 Secretary: Graeme Rowland 0407 417 64


                                             Next Committee Meeting
          Monday 12 June at The Sports Club Kaleen – Everyone is welcome – we’d love to see you.

PROFILE OF THE WEEK
Name: Andrew Dawson

Involvement with junior rugby:
Manage the Norths Owls Under 9s

What do you do during the week:
Media adviser for the House of Representatives

Best rugby moment:
Being at Lansdowne Road, Dublin, to watch the
Wallabies beat the All Blacks in the 1991 World
Cup semi-final.

Best rugby player:
Stephen Larkham

Best life moment:
Besides marrying my beautiful and incredibly
patient wife Lucy, I must rate watching my Unders
9s actually pass the ball a very close second.                    DO YOU KNOW THE NORTHS CLUB SONG
                                                                  (sung to the tune of Auld Lang Syne)
Life long dream:
Playing on the wing for the Brumbies                              We’re a jolly bunch of fellas
                                                                  And each one is a star
Favourite movie:                                                  And if you want to join us
Love Actually                                                     You’ll find us at the park
                                                                  And if you want to join us
Favourite album:                                                  You’ll find that we’re alright
Supertramp – Crime of the Century                                 Cause we are the boys from the
                                                                  Mighty Green and White
Favourite restaurant:                                             Should old acquaintance be forgot
Da Cellini                                                        Keep you eyes on the Green and White
                                                                  Green and White, Green and White, Green and
Nickname/s:                                                       White.
Dawso

Hobby:                                                            TRIVIA FOR THE WEEK
Devising new ways to tell seven-year-olds why
they should clean-out                                             The biggest score racked up by any rugby team
                                                                  is 142-0, Australia vs. Namibia, in the 2003
Quotable quote:                                                   World Cup.
“Whatever you are, be a good one.” Abraham
Lincoln US President
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Thanks also to Peter Blackshaw Real Estate, Vesties Red Granite, Stadium Turf Management, Magnet Mart, CPI Paper and
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MATCH REPORTS
Under 7’s                                                     Under 8’s
The North’s Under 7’s Owls team had a great                   The U8 Green team played at Nicholls against
contest against the Gunghalin Eagles at Nicholls              Gungahlin on Saturday at got away with a slender
on Saturday. The Eagles attacked strongly and                 victory. Nick Chenery opened the try scoring with
held their defensive line tight, making it one of the         4 consecutive tries and was the well deserved best
toughest games we’ve had this year. However,                  and fairest. Isaac Godfrey (best try of the day
Caleb Fischer showed his amazing attacking skills             award) then took over from Nick and went over for
again, which he has produced all season, to get               two and Nathan Kennedy not to be out done
the Owls on the scoreboard. Campbell Baird was                scored the decider. We were ably led by Jack
always there in support, looking to attack the line,          Wilson as captain who earned his most improved
and William Harlum and Ned Miller were never far              player award. Ricky Dawson was instrumental in
behind running good support lines. Sam Mickelson              our new quick phase play and ensured rapid
was great in cover defense and made many try-                 distribution of the ball at every opportunity. Jordan
saving tags, while Jack Miller, as always, gained             Adams make several darts up the field and was
many meters in attack by running straight towards             unlucky not to have gone over at least twice.
the try line. This week he scored his first try and it        Alexander Bucknell ensured quick phase play and
was well deserved. We welcomed to the team                    set up several tries with his inspired passing. The
Ryan Copland, who shows great potential for the               Coach was delighted with the new look rapid ball
season ahead. Jake Dooley was this weeks                      distribution from the lads which had the opposition
winner of the Encouragement Award because not                 perpetually offside. The lads made great efforts to
only did he tirelessly continue the solid defense             remain onside in defence and their defence was
and great tagging that he has shown since the first           generally solid. This was easily our best game of
round, but this week he also began to shine in                the season and promises for a lot more tries
attack and spectacularly scored his first try by              throughout the year. We still need to space out
diving over the line. Past winners of the                     and form a line in both attack and defence to play
Encouragement Award include Caleb Fischer and                 even better. Well done lads.
Sophie Haylan, who both show excellent skills in              Angus
attack and defense, and work as a founding
combination for the team. Chris Pesic was the                 Under 9’s Green
Round 3 winner for many reasons, including his                What a week can do. The North's Under 9 Green
sportsmanship towards his team mates. The                     side registered its first win of the season 20 to 15
team has shown great improvement in just 4                    against Gungahlin at Nicholls. It was a pleasure to
weeks and we look forward to the rest of the                  see all the boys skill levels improve as the game
season.                                                       went on. The boys looked for support at every
Jen and Lauren                                                opportunity, and the commitment to the ruck and
                                                              maul situations was fantastic. Special mention to
                                                              Nathaniel (Best & Fairest for the day) who scored
                                                              two tries, with the second try being the match
                                                              winner on the bell. The forwards led the way from
                                                              the start with Andrew, Daniel, Michael, Lachlan
                                                              (one try) and Nathaniel taking the ball forward and
                                                              providing good second phase ball for the backline
                                                              to make inroads. The backs supported the
                                                              forwards well all day with Aaron, Ty, Scott
                                                              (received the great play award), Jayden and
                                                              Edmund all pitching in with some fantastic inroads
                                                              into the Gungahlin defence. It was great to see all
                                                              the boys take the ball forward, look for support, and
                                                              when tackled, look to lay the ball back for the next
                                                              phase to start and also in defence the boys tackled
                                                              anything and everything that moved, with Lachlan
                                                              making some fantastic cover tackles. The training
                                                              is starting to pay off, so I will see you all on
                                                              Wednesday for training and then we front up on
                                                              Saturday against North’s White at Southwell Park.
                                                              Well done boys.
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Under 9’s Black Division                                      a nasty bicycle accident. Three try hero Mack
NORTHS OWLS 2 vs NORTHS WHITE 3 Round                         Hansen won the prized Blockbuster award along
Four U9s North Division                                       with Ben Morters for fearlessly charging into his
                                                              bruise brother twin Josh on the Norths 3 side after
“Nobody who ever gave his best regretted it.”                 a penalty tap.
George Halas - NFL coach The Norths Owls 2
under-9s side won a testing local derby against               This weekend Norths 2 Owls U9s plays Wests 1
Norths White 3 in another see-sawing encounter at             at O’Connor Oval No. 1 at 9:30am. Norths 1
Southwell Park last weekend. After a tight first              Green play Norths 3 White at Southwell Park.
half, Norths 2 ran away with the match scoring                Thanks also to mums such as Marion Mendoza
seven tries to two. The match was thrilling open              and Alison Larkins for helping out in the canteen
display of running rugby thanks mostly to the                 and also barbecue king Ian Fowler. A special
brilliant refereeing efforts of a father of one of the        mention must also be made of John Mendoza’s
Norths 3 girls. The U9s match started at a furious            last minute coaching of the Norths 2 U8s side that
pace with the likes of Rylan Gibson and George                thrashed Gungahlin at Southwell Park after the
Davis on the rampage for Norths 2 forcing Norths              U9s game. His stunning debut and mastery of
3 to defend their line desperately. Eventually                tactics certainly has David Morters very nervous.
dynamic Norths 2 forward Daniel Clayton scored                Unfortunately John, whose boy Dan plays U9s,
the opening try. Norths 3 struck back through the             can’t take charge for this weekend’s game against
hot-stepping halfback Harry, who also converted               Yass in Yass so we do need a parent to guide this
his try for a 7-5 lead to the Whites. Owls flyhalf            hugely talented array of U8s try scorers this
Mack Hansen darted his way down the sideline to               weekend. Norths 1 U8s plays Queanbeyan at
set-up a try to the irrepressible George Davis.               Southwell Park and Norths 2 U8s are at Yass.
Hansen slots the goal. Whites No. 8 Caleb                      Andrew Dawson
countered with a superb try after another
blockbusting run through the Owls defences. He
converted for a 14-12 lead to Norths 3.                       Under 10’s Gold Division
Courageous and tireless Owls forwards such as                 Its been a long hard road for the under 10's so far
Ben Morters, Dan Mendoza, Michael Fowler and                  this year with three crunching games against some
Joe Wells responded to the challenge by cleaning              formidable foes in the black division. A baptism of
out to maintain steady possession. This helped                fire for some of our new players who hadn't really
Mack Hansen strike back with a brilliant try of his           set foot on a rugby field before the pre season
own. Davis slotted the extras. In the try of the              competition. But our boys have weathered the
match, Owls centre Rylan Gibson took the Caleb’s              storm and all the hard yards paid dividends on the
long kick-off on his tryline and then proceeded to            weekend with a convincing victory over Jindabyne
beat all 10 Norths 3 defenders and their coach                in their first Gold Division game. Norths got onto
Natalie too after a deceptively fast long striding            the front foot right from the start of the game and it
gallop upfield that resembled French great Serge              wasn't long before the back line was producing
Blanco at his best in the 1980s. Norths 2 had a 24-           some good pass and support combinations which
14 lead at oranges (thanks Angus Baird). Norths               went on to produce six tries for the game from the
2 start strongly in the second half with hard-                likes of Hayden Hacker,Nicholas Van Aalst, Jamie
running Tully Keegan desperately looking for his              Kotz and David Holgate. Our forwards did a good
debut try – unfortunately ring-in hooker Hamish               job securing the ball with some excellent cleanout
Dawson and his new Norths 3 team-mates kept                   work starting to become second nature to the
bundling him into touch. Again Keegan cleaned                 team. The good work from forwards such as
up some scrappy Owls ball and ran it straight back            Shaun Kingham Edwards and Scott Humphries at
at the Whites forwards and past a flailing Dawson             the rucks and mauls gave our backline the
for his first try. He slotted the extras for a 31-14          opportunity to organize and combined with some
lead. The likes of Jack Hugonnet, Paris Larkins               well timed passses from Bayley Graham and Rhys
and Fraser Baird began finding inroads in the                 McCarthy kept the opposition guessing. A good
defences to help set up another two tries to the              win to the team! We've still got a long way to the
explosive Mack Hansen who just loves attacking                finals but its great to see skills being taught at
the shortside. Afterwards the 41 -14 win was                  training are finding their way onto the field on
trimmed of all goals for a 35-10 win. In a                    game day! Well Done Boys!
stunning comeback George Davis won the play of                Mark Lewis
the day trophy after weeks on the sidelines due to

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Thanks also to Peter Blackshaw Real Estate, Vesties Red Granite, Stadium Turf Management, Magnet Mart, CPI Paper and
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Under 11’s Black Division                                     and appreciating Junior Rugby. There are
SCORE NORTHS 12 GRAMMAR 22                                    many clubs around Canberra that should take
                                                              a leaf out of Canberra Boys Grammar and
Top of the table clash, in the Back division Under            Norths Junior Rugby on how to play and
11’s. As a coach this was a game I was really                 support this game!
looking forward to. Unfortunately the day had a               Dave Wilcox
disappointing start. As I pulled into the Grammar             (love you Rusty)
car park, amongst the Beamers, Mercs and a few
Range Rovers, I was asked to remove my 99
model Toyota Hiace by five chauffers because
there was a chance there owners cars might catch
poor mans syndrome. Once I had removed my
Hiace to Charnwood I joined the boys for the
match of the round. As I shook hands with the
Grammar Coach I was informed that I must
address him whilst on Grammar grounds, either as
Sir, Mr Ingram or Rusty. Kick off was delayed by
ten minutes, as we had to wait until the Grammar
boys had finished with their Psychologists,
Personal Trainers, Masseurs, and have their boots
cleaned. The 1st half all the Norths boys played
great, with the green team down 12-7 at the break
thanks to a barnstorming try to Malo and
conversion to Jak. As I gathered my team for the
half time pep talk, we noticed the Grammar boys
siting around their laptops analysing their first half
performance, whilst eating cucumber sandwiches
and drinking Earl Grey tea. What was even more
bizarre, was their coach, Sir Rusty was drinking a
glass of Dom Perignon whilst resighting paragraph
one, chapter two of Hamlet. Kick off to the 2 nd
half saw a much more aggressive and determined                Under 12’s Black Division
Norths out fit. The 2nd half seemed to last an                Norths 17 def. Easts 12
eternity with every stoppage in play the Grammar              A great gutsy win by the team on the weekend at
parents would run on to the field to replace divots.          Southwell Park. The whole team were great in
Norths unfortunately lost the second half 10 to 5             defence from the start, and it was clear it was
with Malo scoring his second try. As a team we                going to be a close game against Easts. Thanks
must learn not to panic in the oppositions twenty-            to a couple of breakaway opportunities in the first
two. As I believe we blew at least four tries                 ten minutes Miles Ollevou was able to cross the try
rushing our options. Overall it was a fantastic               line twice and place the pressure on Easts. But
performance by the whole side which I am proud                Easts quickly responded five minutes later with an
of. No standout performers as everyone gave a                 unconverted try of their own. The remainder of the
100%. Rusty the Grammar coach asked me to                     first half remained a tightly contested time by both
pick Grammars best player which I was happy to                teams, with both teams falling off some of their
do but a bit surprised when I found out their player          tackles. In the second half the backs showed
of the day was to receive a round the world plane             better team structure and yardage, marked by
ticket for him and his family.                                another try by Miles, which Josh Brugman
                                                              converted. The forwards showed plenty of grit,
The only truth about this match report is the                 with special mention to Jesse Scott’s contribution.
score line and the way my boys played.                        Easts responded with another try which they also
I have coached junior rugby union for five                    successfully converted. Well done boys –
years now, and in the true spirit of the game I               remember when we have the ball and use it as a
have never come across friendlier opposition                  team in the backs we will look dangerous!!!
players and parents and both should be                        Best & fairest – Josh Brugman, Player of the
commended. As vice president of Norths                        match – Jesse Scott
Juniors I would sincerely like to thank the                   3 tries to Miles Ollevou.
Norths and Grammar parents for supporting                     Peter Gillard
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Thanks also to Peter Blackshaw Real Estate, Vesties Red Granite, Stadium Turf Management, Magnet Mart, CPI Paper and
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Under 13’s
The U13s continued their winning ways with a                  ACCORDING TO VICKY (new column)
comprehensive 50 – 7 victory over St Edmunds 4.
The most pleasing effort of the win was the                   It saddens me to write that last weekend, the
emerging team cohesion and recognition by the                 Canterbury Crusaders won yet again another
boys of their roles and responsibilities. In particular       Super 14 final against the Wellington Hurricanes.
the support at the breakdown improved                         There is nothing that a Brumbies supporter should
dramatically and the backline demonstrated                    hate more than the Canterbury Crusaders, except
attacking potency with crisp passing. The overall             maybe the Waratahs. They are a particularly
attacking play was straighter and harder with 8 tries         insufferable breed of rugby team, which is not
being the result. Our two regular try-scoring                 considerably surprising since they are of course
machines, Tom Robinson & Tom Burke, both                      New Zealanders. The final was played in
scored again while Matt Murray & Oliver Klenthis              extremely thick fog that engulfed the field, stadium
got 2 each. We also had two first-time try scorers            and players. The final score was 19-12, and the
for the season. Halfback Mitchell Southwell was               two teams were still locked at 9 all with 15 minutes
too fast for the St Eddie’s defence, running away             to go. Congrats for the Hurricanes, who were
from 3 or 4 of them from a ruck 30m out. And Jack             playing their first Super 14 final.
Mitchell got a rush of blood, catching a kick-off on
the run on the full, kept going to halfway, and then
was there to finish it off 2 or 3 phases later with a
barnstorming 20m run to the line. Our defence
also continues to improve, though there were many
missed tackles because players were trying to go
too high. There was one excellent period of
defence where we kept St Eddies from scoring
when they had two penalties in a row right on our
line. But later in the game, too many players stood
and watched in the same situation and let them get
a soft try. This week we also welcomed two new
players, Ricky and Darcy, who both fitted in nicely.          (just one of) Vicky’s great rugby moments
With 18 members of the squad now we are well
placed to cover absences when they occur. The                 In 1994, playing against the All Blacks. Back when
achievement award for the week went to five-eighth            George Gregan actually had hair and was playing
Daniel King who is growing in confidence and                  in his debut year in professional rugby. It was a
organised the back-line well.                                 Bledisloe Cup match, the Wallabies were holding a
                                                              precarious four point lead, and there was less than
                                                              a minute left on the clock. All of a sudden, All
Draw for Saturday 3 rd June                                   Blacks winger Jeff Wilson made a clean break to
                                                              the corner. There were absolutely no Wallaby
Under 7s (kick off 9.30am)
                                                              defenders in sight, until, at the last possible minute,
North’s Vs Queanbeyan 2 @ Southwell Park
                                                              George Gregan comes flying from the other side of
Under 8s (kick off 10.30am)
North’s green Vs Queanbeyan 2 @ Southwell Park                the field, and cleans up Jeff Wilson just before the
North’s white Vs Yass @ Yass                                  try line. One of the greatest tackles of all time, and
Under 9s (kick off 9.30am)                                    helped to cement George Gregan into Australian
North’s green Vs Norths White @ Southwell Park                and International rugby.
North’s Owls Vs Wests @ O’Connor
Under 10s (kick off 9.30am)
North’s Gold Vs Gungahlin @ Southwell Park
Under 11s (kick off 9.30am)
North’s Black Vs Marist @ Southwell Park
North’s/Yass Gold Vs Easts @ Curtin
Under 12s (kick off 10.30am)
North’s Gold Vs Royals @ Rivett
Under 13s (kick off 10.30am)
Norths/Gungahlin Green have a BYE



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McDonalds Dickson, Capital Trophies and Sportswear, Copyquik, ABE Fire Protection

Thanks also to Peter Blackshaw Real Estate, Vesties Red Granite, Stadium Turf Management, Magnet Mart, CPI Paper and
Myer Cleaning Services
RECIPE OF THE WEEK

SOUP and we are cooking with ANTHONY

The Big Red Soup                                              Why? what this does is concentrate all the sucrose
3 Spanish Onions                                              in the toms and makes them sweet. Then once
4 Carrots                                                     they cool process in a blender and stand aside till
4 Celery Stalks                                               ready to use.
2 Red Capsaicin                                               Place a large pot on stove add olive oil. Then
1kg of Roma Tomatoes or at least four cans of                 dice 2 onions, carrots and celery. Add onions and
good quality tomatoes pureed in a blender.                    caramelize. Add carrots cook till brown and then
Hand full Rosemary                                            add celery and cook five minutes. Add five litres of
4 Cloves of Garlic                                            water and allow to reduce by half.
1 Red Chilli                                                  Strain stand aside.
1 1/2Tea spoon salt (Maldon or Murray River Salt)             While this is cooking cut red caps in half and
Some fresh Basil                                              place under grill till black place in a plastic bag or
Pint of thick Crème                                           container and leave aside to sweat. Remove skins
Olive oil table spoon                                         and place in blender.
50g of sweet paprika                                          Quickly rinse pot dice remaining onion and cook
                                                              with garlic rosemary and basil and half a tea spoon
Set oven to 100C cut tomatoes in half and scatter             of salt. Then add stock and bring to boil. Reduce
salt and drizzle a small amount of the oil over the           heat you just want this to simmer. Add toms and
toms. Place toms in oven and cook for at least an             red caps and cook for a further half hour. Then
hour then crank it up to 180C for half an hour.               add paprika and crème. Voila allow simmer for
                                                              half an hour and serve with good sourdough bread.




                                                              CANTEEN
                                                              Teams that are on canteen duty need to provide 2
                                                              parents for the time allotted, and could this please
                                                              be followed up by the managers.

                                                              Round 5 - 3rd of June
                                                              9.00am - 9.30am - under 7's
                                                              9.30am - 10.00am - under 9's Green
                                                              10.00am - 10.30am - under 10's
                                                              10.30am - 11.30am - under 8's Green

                                                              Please note the canteen will close at 12noon on
                                                              Saturdays , so if Walla Rugby people want any
                                                              purchases please come before 12. A big thanks
                                                              to those that have been helping out in the canteen,
                                                              it's nothard, and it is much appreciated, as our
                                                              canteen profits go towards trophies, etc for our
                                                              much loved Junior North Owls.

                                                              Liz Rebetzke




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Thanks also to Peter Blackshaw Real Estate, Vesties Red Granite, Stadium Turf Management, Magnet Mart, CPI Paper and
Myer Cleaning Services
WEBSITE !
www.northsjuniors.rugbynet.com.au
Complete draws and competition ladders are also now available on the Brumbies website as well.

Under 10’s fitness training
Under 10’s fitness training CONTINUES– FRIDAY NIGHT GAMES at Southwell Park 4 to 5.15pm
please note BBQ on Saturday JUNE 3RD BYO all you need
for further information contact team manager Bernard Edwards on m) 0400692135 p) 62486830
email) Bernard.edwards@adi-limited.com or kingham@netspeed.com.au

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
The Owls supporters jumpers are available now. Adult sizes are priced at $80.00, with smaller junior
sizes costing $70.00. Please talk to your coach or one of the committee members if you are interested.

LOST and FOUND PROPERTY
Left at Training 1 Red Jumper with Skulls and 1 Piping Hot Jumper. If your Child has lost any items of
clothing, there is a chance it could be in our Lost Property Box. The Box is starting to fill up so help us to
empty it, you can ask at the Canteen on Game Day or call Graeme 0407 417648.

TICKET FOR SALE
We have one extra ticket to the England match which we are willing to sell cost price its a silver family ticket
for the June12th match if you could pass this information on they can contact me on 62474635.




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Thanks also to Peter Blackshaw Real Estate, Vesties Red Granite, Stadium Turf Management, Magnet Mart, CPI Paper and
Myer Cleaning Services

								
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