Author: Phillip Hawke

The Whites have won two 2019 premierships with fourths beating Wests 22-5 and colts defeating Royals 27-21 at Erindale. Both winning sides showed composure and class in tight contests and the class stood out. Fourths Hahn player of the match Dan Penca just pipped Tim Woods for the honour with...

Sleepless nights, coach stress and everyone training is the fever of the grand final week. Fourths are fighting fit after another grueling week of on-field training, X-fit and post training discussions at home base, The Royal Hotel. Fourths meet Wests just after breakfast at 9.30 and then colts at 11.30...

The Whites’ colts bolted to a 33-0 lead by half time against a Gungahlin and went on to win 40-26 to make the grand final for the third year in a row. Reserve grade could not match a talented Eagles side and went out 20-51 after a season...

Reserve grade has a few injury issues with flanker Lewis Bozzato and prop Sam Bartholomeusz fighting time to get fit. Bozzato is more than likely to miss this week with coach Dave Carter to call on big Sam Perkins and Dan Penca to fill the...

The colts had to overcome two yellow cards, a penalty try and an unbelievable penalty count to defeat the much loved Erindale when Haloti Fonua kicked a penalty, yes-we did get one, after the bell. The 24-21 score was as gutsy as the reserve grade...

Fourths move into the 2019 grand final after beating Tuggers 15-5 at the takeaway capital of the world, Erindale. Tries to fullback Aaron Robinson and centre Dan Penca and a penalty and conversion to the fullback captured the win. It was the defence that held for long periods and...

The Whites have followed ACT qualification rules to the letter and have all players qualified for the final series. Only colt BJ Jimenez will miss a game due to a suspension. He will be available next week. Reserve grade looks likely with Steven Prail and Rowland Mateyama returning...

Finals showdown Four from five teams head into the semi-finals this weekend with fourths in the major semi on Saturday while reserves, colts and thirds face sudden death minor semi-finals. Fourths face Tuggeranong at 9.25 at Erindale then on Sunday colts play the home side at 11.15, reserves play Royals...

Third grade centre John Steele kicked two penalties, one on the bell, to take his side to a another semi-final winning over Hall 18-15. Earlier in the day fourths ran riot beating Royals 46-0 at Phillip. Dan Hawke went back in time Next weekend fourths will play...