Settled sides fighting for points

Settled sides fighting for points

Two of the second grade back bone

Two of the second grade back bone

Second placed Queanbeyan (24 points) play third placed Royals (22 points) at Campese Oval on Saturday which is also sponsors’ day.
Both sides have fairly settled teams with virtually the same line-ups from the round one clash which the Whites won 30-15. Injuries have hit the home side with Danny Matthews, Dan Penca, Keith Morgan and Sokai Tai looking to get game time over the next few weeks.
The Whites could be lucky and have Brumby flanker Michael Wells for the game and he has been simply the best in the last couple of weeks.
Sitting on top of the ladder is Tuggeranong on 26 points and Gungahlin are fourth on 18.
Second placed seconds (23 points) play the fourth placed Royals (17 points). Again the Darren Bully coached team is settled with half Daniel Hawke and five eighth Josh White steering the side around. Matthews is at fullback as he makes his bid for the top side and centre Morgan will give the opposition a few headaches.
Colts have been unlucky just losing two matches against Gungahlin and then Tuggeranong. Currently they sit in fourth spot (13 points) well behind the undefeated ladder leaders Royals on 29 points. The inclusion of the talented Josh Wells at fullback will give the side a real boost.
Thirds are equal third on 18 points with Royals out of the four. Hall is proving the team to beat sitting on 30 points. Grant Jones has moved into the coaching role with Craig Sebbens shifting to assist in fourth grade.
Fourths are third on 23 points and Royals are equal fourth on 20. Again the team has been virtually the same week in and week out. Healthy numbers in the club has also meant fourth graders train. Centre Riley Ahearn is back. Ahearn’s size and build is admired by the bevy of beauties that support the Whites and he also has untapped talent that has to be released.

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