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Match Day 8-5 September 2020

Updated: Sep 6, 2020


  • U6 Blue Yarrawarrah Tigers 44 Cronulla Caringbah 56

  • U6 Yellow Yarrawarrah Tigers 52 Engadine Dragons 44

  • U7 Red Yarrawarrah Tigers 8 De La Salle 84

  • U9 Taren Point/Tigers BYE

  • U10 Yarrawarrah Tigers 18 Engadine Dragons 0

  • U12 Silver Tigers/Bulldogs 16 De La Salle 16

  • U12 Gold Tigers/Bulldogs 14 De La Salle 6

  • U13 Yarrawarrah Tigers 4 Como Crocs 26

It was another perfect weekend for footy and the Tigers U6 Yellow and U10 teams enjoyed a couple of important wins as did the merged U12's Gold team with the Bulldogs. The other merged U12's Silver team had a draw but all other Tigers teams faced defeat. The U6 Yellow's were this weeks pick as Game of the Day and these Tigers Cubs did not disappoint, putting on a try fest and scoring over 50 points.

U6 Blue Yarrawarrah Tigers 44 Cronulla Caringbah 56

This was a close game and the U6 Blue's turned in another great team performance. Aston Gibbons scored 7 tries following on from his 8 tries last week. Logan Estcourt scored his first ever try for the Tigers and Hayden Walker chipped in with a double and Zach May also got on the scoreboard. Logan was awarded the Player of the Game for his try and all round play and Zachary May was awarded the Spirit Award for his running, tackling and support play.

U6 Yellow Yarrawarrah Tigers 52 Engadine Dragons 44

The U6 Yellow's got back to winning ways after some close defeats in recent weeks. The whole team was up for this game and there were some standout performances from Charlotte Dart scoring 8 tries and Charlize Dance controlling the Tigers defence by tackling any Dragons player who got close to the try line. Kade, Jake and Marley also scored some great tries and the big news of the day was that Joshua Dart played his first full game for the Tigers, never leaving the pitch and staying on for the full game. Charlotte was awarded Player of the game for her try scoring feat and Josh was awarded the Spirit Award for playing his first full game. There will be plenty of celebrations in the Dart household this evening.

U7 Red Yarrawarrah Tigers 8 De La Salle 84

The U7 Red team came up against a formidable De La Salle team and were soundly beaten. Jaimee May-Kane and Flynn Bults were the sole try scorers for the Tigers and despite the defeat, the U7's kept playing until the final whistle. The whole team played well but were just unable to make any headway against a rampant De La Salle team. Lennix, Noah, Harrison and Malachi never gave up and kept making runs and Aston, Hayden and Ruben all helped out in defence. Next week is another game and the U7's are looking forward to being back at Yarrawarrah Oval.

U10 Yarrawarrah Tigers 18 Engadine Dragons 0

After the heroics of last week, the U10's turned in another nail biting performance narrowly defeating an enthusiastic Dragons team. The Tigers missed 3 conversions and went into the final quarter 12-0 ahead and with everything to play for. Kiedis Cowie scored the all important 4th try in the final quarter which was confidently converted by Lewis Amesbury. Kiedis had a great game and turned in a Player of the Game performance scoring two tries and Dane Buman's defence was also a highlight. There was also some grit shown by the U10's this week and Zac Porters cover defence featured preventing two certain Dragons tries. That's two wins on the bounce now for the Tigers which should give them some confidence going into the important game next week against the table topping Aquinas Colts.

U12 Silver Tigers/Bulldogs 16 De La Salle 16

U12 Gold Tigers/Bulldogs 14 De La Salle 6

U13 Yarrawarrah Tigers 4 Como Crocs 26

This game pitched the first and second placed teams against each other and it was a real arm wrestle of a game despite the scoreline. The first quarter was a real defensive battle with neither team giving any ground and maintaining their defensive lines until Como set up a good play to score in the corner and take a 6-0 lead into the break. The Tigers hit back in the first minute of the second quarter, with Zinzan Delaney-Fielding scoring after some good work from the Tigers, swinging the ball from left to right and back to the left allowing Zinny to find a gap and score in the corner. Kobi Porter pulled off an amazing tackle in goal to prevent the Crocs scoring a certain try but unfortunately the good work was wasted as Como scored off the next set to take 12-4 lead into the half-time break.

The third quarter was pretty much like the first with both teams strong in defence until Como scored a soft try late on to take a 16-4 lead. In the final quarter Como put on another two tries with the Tigers defence tiring and eventually holding on for a 26-4 win. Despite the scoreline the Tigers were always in this game but were just unable to get a break or worry a determined Como defensive line. These two teams will meet again in the Grand Final in three weeks time and hopefully the Tigers can use this defeat as motivation for a better GF performance.

Two weeks of the regular season to go and a big weekend of home games next week, when all but 2 of the Tigers will be playing at Yarrawarrah Oval. We can't wait to welcome all teams for what will be our last home games of the season and we hope to send all teams off in style.

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