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2022 ACT u18 Schoolboys Trials

ACT u18s v Queensland (Photo : Steve Montgomery)
ACT u18s v Queensland (Photo : Steve Montgomery)

2022 ACT u18 Schoolboys Trials

Author : crrl.com.au

2022 ACT u18 Schoolboys Trials

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The Under 18’s ACT Schoolboys trials will be held at NSWRL Headquarters (Eade Street, Bruce 2617) on Wednesday 27th April 2022.

Registrations must be completed prior and ground will be open from 4:30pm for a 5:15pm start.

Players will be placed into positions in teams and asked to do a warm up, some drills and competitive games. This will be followed by a trial match.

2011 ACT U18s at the ASSRL Championships (Photo : Steve Montgomery)

2011 ACT U18s at the ASSRL Championships (Photo : Steve Montgomery)

2011 ACT U18s at the ASSRL Championships (Photo : Steve Montgomery)
All players must wear the appropriate playing apparel (boots, footy shorts, socks and mouthguard etc). Players requiring strapping will need to take care of their own needs prior to the trial. Trainers will be on site to assist only.

Permission from your school principal must be obtained in order to trial.

All athletes from all sports are welcome and encouraged to trial.

Download the registration form here.

Please note registration is required prior to the trial. No form no trial.

For further inquiries please contact nicholas.whatman@cg.catholic.edu.au

Former ACT u18s representative jack Wrighton lines up with the Australian Schoolboys

Former ACT u18s representative jack Wrighton lines up with the Australian Schoolboys

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ENGLAND ACADEMY 38
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS 30

The Australian Schoolboys came up on the wrong end of the scoreboard in the first test against their England Super League rivals following a pulsating game at Leigh’s plush Sports Village.

After being caned in the penalty count in the first half, the Joeys showed tremendous resilience to level matters at half-time and twice held convincing twelve point leads in the second half only to fritter away possession and opportunity.

In doing so, England grasped the initiative and finished strongly with the last three tries of the game.

England opened the score after two minutes when two quick penalties from the whistle of test referee Steve Ganson saw them march 60 metres upfield.

The first came on the back of a high tackle from prop Matthew Groat but the second was a harsh call and as a result the Joey’s temporarily lost focus which allowed Sam Powell to grasp the advantage… MORE

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