TheYass Real Estate Rams had a tough assignment for their first game, travellingto Canberra to play the well-drilled Gungahlin Eagles. Led out by captain SamClark, the Rams were quickly on the back foot, with first half tries toGungahlin.
TheRams fought back, with tries to Clark and Ollie Bucknell, but were eventuallyoverwhelmed by the Eagles who ran home winners eight tries to two. CoachChrisso praised Jack Reeks for his strong defence and Harrison Locke, AxelHealy, James Longley for their commitment up front. Ben Bingley, Riley Glover,Clancy Shannon and James Faulder all hit the ball up well and Fraser Weller wasbusy at the scrum base. The final score was 40-10.
TheYass Rams showed why they were Yass’ ‘Team of The Year’, defeating the Royalsin a grand final rematch 54-0 at the weekend. George Walker and Tom Careyshowed they’ve lost no pace or strength to dominate in the centres, tacklingwell and running hard to score tries. Andrew McFarlane had a great gamedirecting the forwards and showing great pace to score out wide. Hunter Gilliesindicated he will be dangerous all year and Charlie Crozier looks to be aclassy asset to the backline. Rory Walsh led the way in attack and was rewardedwith a bullocking try. Darcy Bush, Angus Barber and Jerome stood up to a muchbigger pack, while Sean Harris and Packy were fearless in defence. Georgekicked all but one of his conversions and Rory earned player’s player.
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