Bowral’s big day on home turf

The Bowral Rugby League Old Boys.
The Bowral Rugby League Old Boys.

Bowral Rugby League Club will host a major day of home game action at Loseby Park on Saturday, July 22. 

The day will be a a real smorgasboard of Rugby League talent.

Game day will begin with the under-6s at about 8am.

Under-6s coach Mick Galvin said has really enjoyed their season so far. Always a highlight on any day, the under-6 team’s running and passing has improved immensely.

The next game will be the Bowral under-7s.

This team is another coached by a Bowral Old boy in Andrew Murdoch.

Andrew’s team has been scoring a lot of tries in recent weeks and are holding onto the ball well.

The under-9s will be next to take the field to complement the mini sides.

Coach Gordon Woodman is really pleased with the development of this mini team.

Gordon has moulded them well to move onto the mod stage of Junior Rugby League next year.

The next game will be the under-10s in the mod division. 

Coach Daniel Ismail said he couldn’t be more proud of this team.

The kids were short on numbers at the start of the season but stuck together and are now a real chance for a semi-final position. 

The under-14/16 girls league tag side will be next to play. 

This has been a great concept, and in its first year of competition has provided a great pathway for young woman in Rugby League.

The Bowral girls are among the youngest team in the competition and are slowly developing over the season.

Last week’s game was by far their best running in a couple of really good tries, with the game in the balance until well into the second half.

The Under 11 side has had a fantastic year so far, and the team should be very proud of the way they have played so far this year.

So far they have lost only four games.

One of the highlights of the season has been the dedication to training that the team has shown, and this has been an obvious factor to the performance on the ground.

The under-12 team have the bye but will all be present on the day to support their Bowral friends in the other games. 

Following on from this, the club expects to see a great game of rugby league from the joint Moss Vale/ Bowral under-16 side.

This team has a great array of talented young men, so it will be a much anticipated game.

The final game of the day is one that has caused a lot of interest around the shire. 

The Bowral Old Boys will take to the field against the Moss Vale Old Boys.

This game will commence at about 2.45pm and will complete a great day of rugby league in Bowral

Both these teams will also travel to Young later in the year for the annual Young Masters Carnival.


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