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    Quote Originally Posted by lonegull View Post
    Mdrew would Solomon Torrens be a chance for a development contract next year with the first grade
    mdew might be able to add to this but I think our development players for next year at this stage are Lofi, Tristan Powell & JC
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    Spot on HS. Lonegull, Solomon Torrens is contracted to the end of 2021 and is still U20 eligible next season.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hail Sezer View Post
    mdew might be able to add to this but I think our development players for next year at this stage are Lofi, Tristan Powell & JC

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    Round Ten of the 2020 Group One U15 competition on Saturday saw Titans contracted Lachlan Offley start at fullback and score as Ballina defeated Clarence Coast 32 – 10.

    In total in the 2020 Group One regular season U15 competition Lachlan Offley scored thirteen tries (130% strike rate) and kicked a conversion to finish the regular season with fifty four points.

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    Round Ten being the final Group One U13 regular season round over the weekend did not see a slow down in Dylan Watkins try scoring and points scoring in a 24 all draw with the Clarence Coast Magpies. Dylan Watkins scored sixteen of his sides points (67%) from three tries and two goals.

    In total in the 2020 Group One U13 competition Dylan Watkins scored a staggering twenty nine tries (290% strike rate) and kicked fifteen goals to finish with 146 points to average just under three tries and 14.6 points per game.

    Dylan Watkins also played in three U14 Group One matches scoring four tries.

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    Round Eight of the 2020 NRRRL U18 competition on Sunday saw Jedd Windle who is still U16 eligible start in the second row and score for Byron Bay as they defeated Marist Brothers Lismore 28 – 14.

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    Exciting Titans linked PBC second rower Maverick McCarthy was one of the reasons that PBC made it all the way to the Renouf Cup Grand Final. Unfortunately PBC went down in heart breaking fashion 10 – 8 to Marsden State High School with the Brisbane based school scoring a late try in the left corner saw PBC lose in heart breaking fashion. Maverick McCarthy started the Renouf Cup Grand Final at right second row.

    Maverick McCarthy was prominent for PBC throughout the regular season rounds of the 2020 Renouf Cup including scoring tries in Rounds One, Two and Five against Marsden State high School, Keebra Park State High School and Wavell State High School respectively.

    Maverick McCarthy’s try in Round One against Marsden State High School was an impressive individual effort. After receiving the ball around forty metres out Maverick McCarthy stepped off his left foot to beat the first Marsden defender and break into space before suing a left arm fend to get rid of the fullback comfortably to score about ten metres to the right of the uprights.

    In Round Two against Keebra Park State High School, Maverick McCarthy received the ball around twenty metres out and two passes off the ruck, immediately shrugging up an attempted tackle around his chest before breaking away down the right touch line to easily out pace the cover defence and he was able to bring the ball around to put it donw approximately fifteen metres to the right of the uprights.

    Maverick McCarthy scored his third and final try of the 2020 Renouf Cup competition came in Round Five as PBC defeated Wavell State High School 28 – 12. Maverick McCarthy, playing on the right, burst through the Wavell defensive line around twenty metres out before beating the fullback by stepping off his right foot to beat the fullback.

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    Powerful Titans contracted front rower Larry Siala continued his outstanding 2020 season starting in the front row for Norths Blue as they defeated Norths Gold last Friday night in Round Eight of the U15 Ipswich Junior Rugby League competition.

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    Powerful Titans linked left second rower Sam Stephenson was a constant handful for opposing sides in the 2020 Renouf Cup school boy side and he was one of the reasons that PBC made it all the way to the Renouf Cup Grand Final. Unfortunately PBC went down in heart breaking fashion 10 – 8 to Marsden State High School with the Brisbane based school scoring a late try in the left corner saw PBC lose in heart breaking fashion.

    As noted above 2020 saw Sam Stephenson play for PBC in the 2020 Renouf Cup school boy competition, including starting at left second row in the Grand Final against Marsden State High School.

    Sam Stephenson was prominent for PBC throughout the regular season rounds of the 2020 Renouf Cup scoring or recording a try assist in each of the five 2020 Renouf Cup regular season rounds.

    In Round One as PBC went down to eventual Grand Final opponents Marsden State High School, Sam Stephenson showed the rest of the competition what they would be up against when in the first half he broke the Marsden Right side defensive line with a powerful run that started in his own territory and was able, under heavy pressure get a great pass away to his left on the halfway mark to centre Tyler Small who ran fifty metres to score in a tough 44 – 20 loss.

    Round Two as PBC defeated Keebra Park State High Schol 22 – 20 saw Sam Stephenson score a try as well as recording another try assist. The try assist resulted from powerful surge to break through the Keebra Park right side defense around seventy metres out with Sam Stephenson charging forty metres down field before drawing the fullback and passing to his left to send Tyler Small away down the left touch line.

    Sam Stephenson’s Round Two try came in the second half. PBC threw the ball from one side of the field to the other, Sam Stephenson received the ball as PBC started to through the ball back to the right, shaking off one attempted tackle before veering to his right and charging fifteen metres to score five metres to the left of the uprights.

    Sam Stephenson added two tries and two try assists to his outstanding 2020 Renouf Cup season in Round Three as PBC defeated Coombabah StateHigh School 40 – 12.

    Sam Stephenson’s first try assist of the match came after he broke through the Coombabah defese around seventy metres out before drawing the fullback and passing to his right to his half back who was able to score under the posts. Sam Stephenson’s second try assist came after another long break, this time starting sixty metres out with Sam Stephenson charging down field and then drawing the fullback and passing to his left to send Tyler Small away to score.

    Sam Stephenson’s first try of the match came thrugh sheer brute strength and power. Sam Stephenson took the ball from a PBC penalty tap ten metres out from the Coombabah line and charged straight and hard to crash over five metres to the left of the uprights.

    Sam Stephenson’s second try of the match was scored near where he put the ball down for his fist one. After sending the ball to the right, the ball came back to the ball, finding Sam Stephenson in space and he ran twelve metres to dive over.

    PBC defeated Forest Lake State High School 22 – 4 with Sam Stephenson scoring and adding another try assist in Round Four. Sam Stephenson’s try assist was as a result of a one armed offload to his left winger to score after Same Stephenson broke through the line.

    Sam Stephenson scored in the match when he broke through the line on the left side of the field, before veering to his left away from the cover defence to score ten metres in from the left corner post.

    Sam Stephenson finished off the 2020 Renuf Cup regular season in Round Five against Wavell, PBC won the match 28 – 12 with his fifth try of the season when he did what he had done all season and that was to break through the oppositions right side defence. Against Wavell, Sam Stephenson broke the line from around thirty metres and was unstoppable on his way to score PBC’s first try of the match.

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    Titans contracted Rowan Mansfield made his much deserved NRRRL First Grade debut on Sunday in Round Eight of the 2020 NRRRL competition off the bench as Ballina defeated Northern United 52 – 12.

    In the preceding Reserve Grade match Rowan Mansfield had started at fullback (his first NRRRL Reserve Grade start) and scored as the Seagulls went down 20 – 16 to Northern United.

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    Young centre Nathaniel Ord had a great finish to the 2020 Group One U16.5 season scoring four tries for the Kyogle Turkeys as they defeated Casino RSM 58 – 0.

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    Ziah Piggott finished the 2020 Group One U16.5 season, starting from the bench and scoring for the Kyogle Turkeys as they defeated Casino RSM 58 – 0.

    In total in the 2020 Group One U16.5 competition, Ziah Piggott scored three tries.

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    Young second rower Zac Toole scored last weekend for Ballina as they went down 28-17 to Clarence Coast, tomorrow he will start from the bench in the U16.5 Grand Final against the same opponents.

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    In Round Ten of the Group One U16.5 competition last weekend Reece Noble started at lock and scored for Ballina as they went down 28-17 to Clarence Coast, tomorrow he will start at lock once again in the U16.5 Grand Final against the same opponents.

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    Titans linked Kye Cooper will start at five eight for Ballina in the U15 Group One Grand Final against Casino RSM tomorrow and then be on the bench for the Seagulls in the U16.5 Grand Final against the Clarence Coast Magpies.

    Last weekend in Round Ten of the Group One competition, Kye Cooper made his Group One U16.5 debut off the bench as Ballina went down 28-17 to the Clarence Coast Magpies.

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    Exciting Ballina five eight Dylan Watkins will start at five eight for Ballina as they take on the Grafton Ghosts in the Group One U13 Grand Final tomorrow.


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