Three chosen for Western Rams
League Tag star Sophie Stammers, along with senior Bears players Rakai Tuheke and Lochie Hobby will be having a busy two days of football this weekend having been chosen to play in the first round of the Western Rams Country Championships against Monaro in Cowra this Saturday, and fronting up again on Sunday in Oberon for the group 10 clash.
The League Tag kick off at Sid Kallas oval at 11:00am and the under 23’s at 12:00pm.
Hockey side showing promise
Blayney’s women’s hockey side is going great guns this year with some very close losses countered by some emphatic wins.
At their first match on the April 23 the new side lost 0 -1 against Waratahs Blues but stormed home three days later during a deferred match against Kinross smashing them 7-0.
With the taste of victory sweet on their lips they convincingly beat City Zenas 5-1 on April 29.
Cyms Green were just a little bit too good for the side and Blayney fell by the wayside, losing to Cyms, 2-0
Team manager Gerry Hunter said that the girls had shown some great match results so early in the competition.
“With a lot of new players it has taken a few weeks to get to know each other, and to find some match fitness,” she said.
“The young girls have improved out of sight with Abbey Connolly, Callie Nichols, Madi Bullock, Ainsley Hamson, Emily and Kimmy Anderson all showing great improvement and drive.”
Their next game is Round 6 Saturday 13th May at 1pm against Canobolas Nomads.
Titan Sports Academy - July
Titan Sports Academy are looking to hold a two day Oztag and League Tag clinic in Bathurst over the 2017 July school holidays where they’ll learn all aspects of the games.
The popular clinics book out very early and to secure a place it’s recommended to book as soon as possible by contacting them by email on firstname.lastname@example.org