Brothers Red v Cootamundra Blue (10am, Mullins)
Brothers Green v Kangaroos Red (10am, Barber)
Brothers v Cootamundra Blue (11am, Mullins)
Brothers v Cootamundra White (12 noon, Barber)
Brothers Red v Cootamundra (12 noon, Mullins)
Brothers Green v Cootaumundra (1.05 pm, Barber)
Brothers v Cootamundra Blue (1.05 pm, Mullins)
Under 10: Brothers v Cootamundra (11am, Weissel)
Under 11: Brothers v Cootamundra (12 noon, Weissel)
Under 12: Brothers v Cootamundra (11am, Martin)
Under 13: Brothers v Cootamundra (12 noon, Martin)
Under 14: Brothers v Temora (2.10 pm, Martin)
Under 15: Brothers v Cootamundra (2.10 pm, Mortimer)
Under 12: Brothers v Cootamundra (2.10 pm, Weissel)
Under 16: Brothers v Cootamundra Whie (10am, Martin)
Group 9 Game Times:
A reminder that Group 9 will play Group 20 this at Griffith Rugby Oval, Griffith.
Kelly Cup Group 20 v Group 9
1.30 pm - Under 16’s 2.45 pm - League Tag 3.40 pm - Under 18’s 5.00 pm - Seniors
First Grade Report: Brothers v Southcity
South City showed us the importance and advantage of a quick play the ball which created an almost unstoppable momentum. The momentum created allowed room for their outside backs and quicker man to cause us a lot of problems out wide.
South City were able to break a lot of one on one tackles which is an area that will need to be improved to win football games.
We were unable to match the enthusiasm of South City who were prepared to fight for every inch and demonstrated what type of attitude will be needed to match it with the top teams in the comp. At times we seemed content to be spectators and lose concentration on the fundamental simple tasks at hand.
We have some players each week putting in great efforts while some have work to do.
We have learned a few valuable rugby league lessons and will continue to work on them and improve
A positive was our completion rate with the footy was a lot better but attacking is only half the game and the work on fixing our defence will commence on Tuesday.
A big thank you to all those from the club and all the 26 agencies, especially Betty Egan from the LAC, who did a fantastic job with the Let’s Tackle Domestic Violence round. The club is very proud to be putting something extremely worthwhile back into the community with this important and great program.
There were more than 70 volunteers from agencies being hands on in tackling domestic violence on the day who hopefully enjoyed the footy as our guests as well.
GROUP NINE RESULTS – Round 3
Southcity 44 d Brothers 16
Cootamundra 40 d Gundagai 32
Kangaroos 62 d Young 16
Albury 52 d Temora 12
Junee 28 d Tumbarumba 10
Southcity 34 d Brothers 18
Gundagai 20 d Cootamundra 0
Kangaroos 22 d Young 4
Temora 26 d Albury 4
Junee 18 d Tumbarumba 12
Southcity 30 d Brothers 16
Cootamundra 64 d Gundagai 4
Kangaroos 36 d Young 6
Albury 38 d Temora 10
Brothers 20 d Southcity 10
Cootamundra 24 d Gundagai 16
Young 62 d Kangaroos 0
Temora 22 d Albury 0
Junee 90 d Tumbarumba 0
Brothers 60 d Southcity 0
Cootamundra 30 d Gundagai 6
Kangaroos 24 d Young 0
Temora 24 d Albury 6
Tumbarumba 30 d Junee 0
Group 9 League Tag Representative Team
Please find below the LeagueTag Team that has been selected to take on Group 20 at Griffith on Saturday 18th May 2013.
Congratulations to our Brothers girls Bridget Horsley, Gabrielle Hurst, Bridget Hurst, Tarnii Price, Sarah Stewart and Gabby Suckling all being sected in the representative side.
The side will train at Parramore Park, Wagga Wagga, next Wednesday night 15th May 2013 at 6.30pm
Congratulations to all players on their selections
GIO launches Origin first NSW VB Blues supporters' initiative
6 May 2013: GIO, official partner of the NSW VB Blues, has launched a major leveraging program for the 2013 Holden State of Origin series.
Under the mantra "In NSW We Trust", GIO is urging Blues fans to 'pledge their trust' in the Holden State of Origin side via their campaign website trustnsw.com.au.
"Fans who register their support for the team will have their name printed inside the numbers on the actual NSW playing jerseys," said GIO Marketing Advisor, Sponsorship, Mark Condon. "What better way to prove to the team that you are behind them, than by having your name appear on their jersey?"
All fans that pledge their trust for the Blues will go into the draw for the Ultimate State of Origin package to Game III including attendance at the Blues' last training session, game day dressing room tour and behind the scenes access as the squad arrives for the match.
A regional NSW roadshow will be supporting the program visiting 16 locations. The roadshow will give junior rugby league players the opportunity to record a video message for the team and participate in NRL activities. The roadshow will culminate with a precinct activation to be unveiled at the first match of the Holden State of Origin Series in Sydney on 5 June.
For more information visit: www.trustnsw.com.au. Media contact: Mark Condon, GIO Marketing Advisor, Sponsorship, 0405 299 489