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Ride for Bella

This Saturday The Snowy Mountains Motorcycle Club will be holding a ride to raise funds for young Bella Riehs, Bella was born with numerous medical problems and has endured many trips to hospital for various...

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1996 Re-Union

This Saturday 7th of May the Premiership Winning team from 1996 will be celebrating 20 years since their successful season. Many of the past players will return to enjoy the stories of past triumphs and...

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.Bushpigs Go Back to Back.

Bushpigs Go Back to Back

  The Jindabyne Bushpigs recorded another win on Saturday, running away 41-19 victors over Yass Rams in Yass.   After three straight home games, this was an important match for the Bushpigs. Last week’s victory over Boorowa was...

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This Weekend's Games: 7th May 2016

This Weekend’s Games Bushpigs vs Batemans Bay 2.30pm @ Jindabyne U16  Miss Piglets vs Batemans Bay 1.30pm  @  Jindabyne U14 Miss Piglets vs Batemans Bay 1.00pm @ Jindabyne U14 Piglets –Bye U12’s vs Vikings @ Gowrie 11.30am Bushpigs Hiace 12...

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Jindabyne Rugby Union Club

Ride for Bella

This Saturday The Snowy Mountains Motorcycle Club will be holding a ride to raise funds for young Bella Riehs, Bella was born with numerous medical problems and has endured many trips to hospital for various reasons. The ride will finish at the oval on Saturday afternoon, there are 2 raffle ticket packages that people can purchase and these are avail at the bar on Saturday, please help us raise some money to assist as best we can.

Bushpigs Go Back to Back

 

Scoreboard vs YassThe Jindabyne Bushpigs recorded another win on Saturday, running away 41-19 victors over Yass Rams in Yass.

 

After three straight home games, this was an important match for the Bushpigs. Last week’s victory over Boorowa was the team’s first win of the season so they needed a strong performance on the road to continue their momentum.

 

 

It was a fierce contest in the first 20 minutes with plenty of feeling at the breakdown. The home side had most of the territory and possession through penalties, however, Jindabyne went into the break leading 12-7  on the back of itsdominant forward pack, who again won two tight-head scrums over its opposition.  Tallow Baillie crossed for the team’s first try, with Jarrod “Pippy” Cummins sneaking over in the corner to continue his try-scoring form in his debut season.


The second half opened up for the Bushpigs with the backline causing plenty of problems for the Rams’ defense out wide. Flanker Nelson McFee notched up his first try of the season, and centre Adrian Butters was again strong, bagging two. Fullback Lucas Rixon saved a certain try with an intercept that resulted in his own five-pointer, 60m down the field. Rob Morris rounded out the result with a try and three conversions for the day.

 

Coach Matt Caldwell was pleased with the result, especially with the team missing some key personnel from the previous week.


Coach’s points went to Tallow Baillie (3 points), Lucas Rixon (2 points) and Adrian Butters (1 point), and Players’ Player was awarded to second rower, Simon Rudd.


This Saturday 6 May, the Bushpigs return home to John Connors Oval with a 2:30pm kick off against Batemans Bay.

 

1996 Re-Union

This Saturday 7th of May the Premiership Winning team from 1996 will be celebrating 20 years since their successful season. Many of the past players will return to enjoy the stories of past triumphs and catch up with where the club is at these days.

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