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Amazons match report

Chelmsford 12- 0 Woodbridge

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On a gloriously sunny but windy day Woodbridge Amazons travelled to Chelmsford confident of a win. With three forwards unavailable the back row was again rearranged with Zyanya Brooks and Pauline McKiernan  making their 1st starts for the Amazons at 2nd row. Woodbridge were caught napping in the 2nd minute of the game as the Chelmsford full back ran in a try from their 10m line. Read the rest of this page »

Warriors match report

Ipswich YM 30 v Woodbridge Warriors 17

By Ali Draper

Ipswich YM continued their winning streak with a bonus-point victory at home over a tough Woodbridge side.

Woodbridge were quickly put on the back foot from intensive YM pressure.  Despite brave defence, including a heroic try-saving tackle from JP Hart, YM were first to score with a forward-generated try finished by Robin Collard in the 20th minute. Woodbridge were swift to respond with three points from a penalty thanks to the boot of captain Jamie Smith.

The very strong YM pack dominated the scrums and line-outs throughout the half, allowing the back line to continuously chisel away at Woodbridge’s defence. Eventually Aquila Toro found a gap and crossed the line in the 25th minute to put YM 10 points ahead. This lead was extended with a try a piece for Andrew Cooke and Matthew Rolf; these were accompanied by a single Tom Potter conversion. The half concluded with YM leading 22-3.

The second half was deadlocked until YM full-back John Flynn scored a well-deserved try in the 57th minute. Despite the 24-point deficit, Woodbridge never allowed their heads to fall and began to constantly push the hosts down the field until Smith added to his points tally with a converted try.

Eager to maintain momentum, the attack continued until Connor O’Reilly, who recently made his British Army U23s debut, startled the crowd and the opposition with an 85m run through numerous tackles to score under the posts; Smith converted.

Richard Lea’s yellow card meant the home side finished the game with 14 on the pitch. The match ended with Harry Crush converting a penalty to seal a 30-17 victory to YM.

‘Player of the Match’ was awarded to YM full-back John Flynn.

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Wheelchair Warriors first competitive test

First game lost 26-59
Second game lost 18-19
A definitely improving trend

Youth Dev’t Festival a winner

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Woodbridge RUFC Development Festival 2014

YDF 2014 programme cover FINAL webWe would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to the Woodbridge RUFC Development Festival 2014.   Good luck to everyone, we hope you all enjoy the day – the weather at least looks to be playing     ball this year!!

just a few reminders :

10:00     Coaches and refs meeting on clubhouse steps.

10:30     First games start.

Please bring change of shirts in case there is a clash.

We also use this opportunity to develop young referees.  Please be understanding, supportive and patient with them.

Be supportive of other teams and prepared to lend players if requested so every team can compete if short ( at u7 we will operate a babas side so support if you can).

The Code of Conduct should be followed, otherwise a yellow card may be awarded.

Please keep off the pitches and stay a metre back from touchlines during matches.

Parents must remain on site whilst their child(ren) are playing in festival

Click here for Directions (Postcode IP12 2PP) and Parking –  Please be on site in plenty of time, matches start at 10:30. 

Parking area is approx. 5 mins walk from club, please allow extra time, there is a drop off point specifically for any disabled spectators just to the side of the ground.

Do not enter main club entrance but continue just past club to where our parking marshals will direct you to the AMPLE parking in field beyond the club.  There is a set down area near to the club for a quick or disabled drop off, but NO parking in surrounding lanes or on road side.

Dogs on leads are allowed at club but must be kept off the playing areas.  Do not leave dogs in vehicles.

Programme and Parking £2

Once again, good luck to everyone.