Junior Rams Season Ends

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As the Yass-Rosary Rams took to the field at Canberra Grammar on Saturday, you could feel the intensity from both teams as they geared up for the semi-final. Marist was the only team to beat the Rams in both meetings during the season and the boys wanted to see that streak end. Marist was quick off the mark with a fast first try but missed the conversion.  The Rams worked hard to keep Marist in check with one more try given away during the first half. Tom Carey was able to break free several times but only managed to cross the try line once with a conversion by George Walker.

Tom Carey. PHOTO Kim Gourlay

Tom Carey. PHOTO Kim Gourlay

As the second half began, the Rams were pressured by a well drilled Marist team. Despite all of their hard work, they were unable to score. Marist found the try line another two times during the

Patrick McPhillips. PHOTO Kim Gourlay

Patrick McPhillips. PHOTO Kim Gourlay

second half. As the game wound to a close, the Rams continued to fight until the final whistle. Marist took the game 26 – 7 and the U12 Yass-Rosary Rams were finished for the season.

The Player’s Player was awarded to Shaun Harris while the Coaches chose to praise all the players by awarding the Coaches Player to the entire team stating that everyone had given their best effort on the day.

George Walker.  PHOTO Kim Gourlay

George Walker. PHOTO Kim Gourlay

The U12 Yass-Rosary Rams had a fantastic season this year and it was wonderful to interact with and watch these talented young men play. Congratulations, Rams on an impressive season!

Shaun Harris. PHOTO Kim Gourlay

Shaun Harris. PHOTO Kim Gourlay

Kim Gourlay

Kim Gourlay moved to Australia 21 years ago and has lived in Yass for the last 5 years. She started photography as a young apprentice to her father as he travelled the state of Colorado taking landscape and nature photographs. As photographer, she attends many of the local events to help preserve the history of the Yass Valley. Kim has also volunteered as a member of various committees and associations, including the Mt Carmel College Ltd Board of Directors. She is also a member of YassArts organisation. She loves living in Yass with her family and is committed to seeing it remain a strong, thriving community it is today.

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  1. Mitchell

    August 26, 2015 at 7:00 pm

    What a good hit in that last picture there. Lovely technique!

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