Exciting draw in Sale touch

CHUMPIES and JTT played out an exciting 4-4 draw in Sale and District touch last Wednesday.

Chumpies’ Harley Conway-Jones showed his pace when he ran down JTT players on several occasions.

JTT’s Chris Katal showed his class with his ball handling skill.

Henry Ropeti scored three tries for JTT and Leland Kingston one. For Chumpies, Samuel Laidlaw scored two tries, and Conway-Jones and Alysha Dunn one each.

Best players were Sam Nelson, Conway-Jones and Dunn with Zoe Gillies won the encouragement award.

NAGLE College, without coach Bryan Smith, recorded its third win for the season after defeating the Gippsland Grammar Swans 6-1.

Connor Mclean scored three tries for Nagle, Kobi Laudani two and Oscar Smith one. David Commins was the Swans’ only scorer.

Best players were Laudani, McLean, Commins, Jess Herbert and Shae Haney with Kate Tong winning the encouragement award.

ST Dam showed Porky’s Pines a clean pair of heels when it scored 11 tries to four in a fast and furious game.

St Dam led 6-2 at half-time before scoring another five to two in the second half.

Chris Gascoigne scored three tries, Craig Campbell and Jacob Harrap two each with one each to Mel Gascoigne, Ashley Howells, Katherine Mullett and Steve Wright. For Porky’s, Rebecca Mazengarb, Craig Roberts, Alyssa Stanley and Brett Towers scored one try each.

Best players were Harrap, Roberts and Mel Gascoigne.

THE young Gippsland Grammar Barbarians team defeated an enthusiastic Phoenix team 16-2.

For the Barbarians, Lachlan Buck scored six tries, Josh and Logan Deschepper three each and Ben Howes, Jake Meade Leah Stoffels and Justin Mitchell one each. Ursula Barnsley and Matthew Lever scored Phoenix’s tries.

Best Players were Logan Deschepper, Matthew Lever, Buck, Ursula Barnsley and toffels with Ben Howes winning the encouragement award.

SWITCHED On Installation recorded its fifth win of the season with a 6-3 victory over CAT’s.

David Svarc scored three tries for for Switched On, Josh Woods two and Brenton Foster one. James Melville has made a welcome return to the CAT’s team with a try with Adrian Whittaker scoring the other.

Best players were Svarc, Woods, Melville, Casey Byron and Tracey Harper with Jalen Werahiko winning the encouragement award.