Round 6 vs Central Coast Centurions

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Round 6 vs Central Coast Centurions

Post by Redszone on Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:52 am

WA Reds Look to Securing Third Home Win
The Cash Converters WA Reds have a good chance to take out their third win for the season this week against the Central Coast Centurions at home.
The Centurions have been struggling a bit in recent weeks and with just one win to their credit this season, it should favour the home side. They will also be at the end of a longer road trip than other visitors to the West.
The Reds who have also struggled, did put in a good game last week when going down to Illawarra. There will be key areas Coach Adrian Korn will want to get right and it was not helped with the news that half Jaline Graham will sit this week out due to suspension.
The side still looks good, but it is the balance which will be the key, with players being shuffled around a bit, to compensate for Graham and recent injury issues.
From last week’s game, I know that Korn will have drilled the players about keeping the intensity in attack and working extra hard to get back to the line and defend the ruck, and area that is causing most concern.
It is hoped that the local rugby league fans will again be out in force this week to see the game.
The game kicks of 11.00am at Ken Allen Field in Hilton.

Team List
Fullback1 Daniel Westerduin
Wing22 Luke Turner
Centre3 Anthony Poi
Centre 4 Louie David
Wing5 Dylan Rintoul
Five-Eight2 Luke Turner
Half6 Eddie Proudler (c)
Front Row8 Kieran Culgan
Hooker9 Kaine Buckwell
Front Row10 Tom Fry
2nd Row11 Clinton Strickland
2nd Row12 Jordan Boland
Lock13 Ethan Reynolds (vc)

Interchange15 Mikey Gray
Interchange16 Jason Doran
Interchange17 Ross Mati-Leifi
Interchange18 Lachlan Pattison
Interchange20 Ryan Woodruff

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Re: Round 6 vs Central Coast Centurions

Post by Redszone on Sat Mar 26, 2011 12:42 pm

Full time Score,

Western Australia Reds lost to Central Coast Centurions 30-22.
Halftime Score the Reds were leading 12-10

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Post by grared on Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:23 am

Bad luck to the boys, they really needed to win that one.

Were there any more injuries????

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Re: Round 6 vs Central Coast Centurions

Post by Redszone on Mon Mar 28, 2011 11:23 am

WA Reds Miss Out on Home Opportunity
An exhausted and disappointed Cash Converters WA Reds again paid for lapses in the game losing to Central Coast Centurions 22 to 30, in a game they should have won.
With the bulk of the play, it was disappointing for the local side making simple errors near the try line which gave up four potential scoring chances.
It took 24 minutes in the first half before the Reds posted their first points after they allowed 10 points to the opposition who made the most of their limited opportunities.
Eddie Proudler broke through first followed by Ross Mati-Leifi to give the Reds a 12 – 10 lead at half time.
The Reds scored first in the second half going to a 6 point lead after four sets in the Centurions half. They then maintained control of the ball for the next 10 minutes, before letting the game slip away.
The Central Coast who never gave up gave them a lesson in discipline and endeavour running in three unanswered tries and then a penalty goal to hold a 30 to 16 lead.
A late try to Clinton Strickland and conversion to the Reds made the score line a bit better.
Coach Andrew Korn was disappointed with the loss, but was happy that the effort was there for most of the game.
“They tried hard but again it was the lapses that cost us and we cannot afford it at this level. The boys are tired and disappointed because they know the effort they put in this week.”
“We were a little down on players losing two halves this week.”
Best players for the Reds were Ross Mati-Leifi, Tom Fry and Louie David.
Next week the Cash Converters WA Reds take on second placed Newcastle Knights at Energy Australia Stadium

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Re: Round 6 vs Central Coast Centurions

Post by Redszone on Mon Mar 28, 2011 4:41 pm

grared wrote:Bad luck to the boys, they really needed to win that one.

Were there any more injuries????

The game was played in over 40 degrees heat, dehydration and heat stroke were issues within the game.

No players left the field with any injuries during the game.

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