Dungog under-13s league team went on to win their grand final match against West Maitland on the weekendThe under-13s Warriors played West Maitland in the grand final on Saturday and won 22-8.
While the game was won in defence, both teams must be given credit for a full speed, and best effort until the full time siren.
Best player of the day awarded to Wyll Darr, who scored a try and conversion. with a strong game in attack and defence.
With a game plan that involved West’s covering Wyll at every opportunity, the Warriors quickly learned opportunities in attack came from hands wide of the centre.
Broc Hunt was instrumental in three tries. He stood strong against the West Maitland defence, with quick hands and action and set up both Alex Rooke and Josh Haskins for tries.
Both Josh and Alex read overlap opportunity after Wyll had occupied four of the West Maitland defenders.
Jack Walters continued to enjoy the play up front.
Following coach Scott Fishers’ instruction to the letter, Dog opened the defence, and was also rewarded with a try.
Performance of the day, and probably his best game of the year, would go to Jordan Pike.
Jordy had a cracker of a game in defence, covering every overlap.
Likewise Jack Fisher also played his game of the season, running confidently, opening gaps and covering tackles in ability beyond his years.
Ryan Wilson continues to grow in confidence and held the West Maitland line down.
Drew “The Tank” Grant took the West Maitland to task and took the wind out of their sails.
Kurt Wallace made a number of great tackles, pulling up a number of wide runs and capped a great game with a confident dash on the wing.
Jack Falconer stepped up, keeping the West’s defence under wraps and Damon Boland had an exceptional game making a number of straight, strong runs out of dummy half.
Brandon, playing full back, again had a great game taking a kick at extension, arms back above his head, with the execution of a NRL player.
Khelan Stevenson again proved his ability on the boot with two conversions from two.
Bryson Stevenson continues to shine with raw talent. Bryson demonstrating how quickly he can get to full speed, and read the defence.
Hunta Saunders played with strength and effort for the entire time, showing his ability and adaptable nature in both attack and defence.
Angus Smith-Morgan again stepped up to every hit delivered by the West’s front row.
Gus and Hunta put many of the West’s players on their backsides.
Josh Mate continues to grow in confidence and ability, taking one on one tackles with determination and grit.
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