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Vawdon Cup 2017

Fixture results and Player of the Season points from the 2017 Vawdon Cup.

Premier League – VC Round 9
Manly Sea Eagles 5 defeated Newcastle City Knights 4
Touchdowns: Laura Peattie 2, Shellie Davis, Steph Maiolo, Pihuka Duff
Player of the Season Points: 3 Shellie Davis 2 Sam Rodgers 1 Laura Peattie

Division 1 – VC Round 9
Manly Sea Eagles vs Cronulla Sharks
Touchdowns: TBA
Player of the Season Points: TBA

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round 9
Manly Sea Eagles 6 defeated Northern Beaches Renegades 3
Touchdowns: Anna Forrest, Francesca Curtain, Gracie Carpenter, Millie Durdevic, Tia Young, Macy Carrothers
Player of the Season Points: 3 Brearna Nathan 2 Macy Carrothers 1 Tia Young
Coaches Award: Gracie Carpenter

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 9
Manly Sea Eagles 2 defeated by Carlingford Cyclones 5
Touchdowns: Maddi Binding, Sara Ryan
Player of the Season Points: 3 Maddie Binding 2 Sara Ryan 1 Laila Pincus

Premier League – VC Round 8
Manly Sea Eagles 8 defeated Canterbury Bulldogs 3
Touchdowns: Zara Nicholas 3, Sam Rodgers 2, Bec Beath, Steph Maiolo, Tayla Clifford
Player of the Season Points: 3 Brittney Clifford 2 Tayla Clifford 1 Shellie Davis

Division 1 – VC Round 8
Manly Sea Eagles 8 defeated Canterbury Bulldogs 3
Touchdowns: TBA
Player of the Season Points: TBA

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round 8
Manly Sea Eagles 9 defeated Easts Roosters 5
Touchdowns: Maddie McGrath 2, Teagan Long 2, Millie Durdevic, Anna Forrest, Brearna Nathan, Francesca Curtain, Audrey Little
Player of the Season Points: 3 Maddie McGrath 2 Macy Carrothers 1 Millie Durdevic

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 8
Manly Sea Eagles 4 defeated Hills Hornets 2
Touchdowns: Ollie Wood, Sabrina Zochling, Maddie Binding, Jordan McMahon
Player of the Season Points: 3 Georgie Forrest 2 Jordie McMahon 1 Josie Carlisle

Premier League – VC Round 7
Manly Sea Eagles 9 defeated Parramatta Eels 0
Touchdowns: Yasmin Meakes 4, Shellie Davis 2, Emma Williams 2, Laura Peattie
Player of the Season Points: 3 Shellie Davis 2 Yasmin Meakes 1 Chloe Cheney

Division 1 – VC Round 7
Manly Sea Eagles 6 defeated Northern Suburbs Bears 4
Touchdowns: Amelia Suters 2, Claudia Mete, Jennaya Wiggins, Lucy McDonald, Sariah Paki
Player of the Season Points: 3 Lucy McDonald 2 Claudia Mete 1 Alysse Cooper

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round 7
Manly Sea Eagles 9 defeated Parramatta Eels 3
Touchdowns: Mia Wilson 2, Tianah Geros 2, Caitlin Hickey, Anna Forrest, Isabella Geros, Brearna Nathan, Millie Durdevic
Player of the Season Points: 3 Kiiahla Duff 2 Isabella Geros 1 Tianah Geros

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 7
Manly Sea Eagles 2 defeated by Central Coast Dolphins (2) 5
Touchdowns: Maddie Binding, Georgie Forrest
Player of the Season Points: 3 Maddie Binding 2 Gracie Carpenter 1 Malayiki Russell

Premier League – VC Round 6
Manly Sea Eagles 9 defeated Central Coast Dolphins 1
Touchdowns: Bec Beath 2, Sam Rodgers 2, Pihuka Duff 2, Hannah Dyball, Tayla Clifford, Chloe Cheney
Player of the Season: 3 Hannah Dyball 2 Danni Davis 1 Zara Nicholas

Division 1 – VC Round 6
Manly Sea Eagles 3 defeated by Hills Hornets 4
Touchdowns: Charmayne Nathan, Sariah Paki, Billie Taylor
Player of the Season: 3 Lucy McDonald 2 Tina Clancy 1 Sophie Wickham

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round 6
Manly Sea Eagles 5 defeated Central Coast Dolphins 1
Touchdowns: Millie Durdevic 2, Audrey Little, Teagan Long, Maddi McGrath
Player of the Season: 3 Teagan Long 2 Millie Durdevic 1 Macy Carrothers

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 6
Manly Sea Eagles 2 defeated by Wests Magpies 5
Touchdowns: Maddie Binding 2
Player of the Season: 3 Jamie Brown 2 Sailor Perrett 1 Georgie Forrest

Premier League – VC Round 5
Manly Sea Eagles 14 defeated Easts Roosters 5
Touchdowns: Sam Rodgers 5, Steph Maiolo 4, Shellie Davis 2, Hannah Dyball, Nicky Albery, Laura Peattie
Player of Season Points: 3 Tayla Clifford 2 Sam Rodgers 1 Chloe Cheney

Division 1 – VC Round 5
Manly Sea Eagles 2 defeated by UNSW Bullets 6
Touchdowns: Alysse Cooper, Billie Taylor
Player of Season Points: 3 Sariah Paki 2 Mia Wilson 1 Tina Clancy

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round
Manly Sea Eagles 6 defeated Easts Roosters 2
Touchdowns: Bella Geros 2, Tia Young 2, Millie Durdevic, Maddie McGrath.
Player of Season Points: 3 Kiiahla Duff 2 Caitlin Hickey 1 Tia Young

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 5
Manly Sea Eagles 3 defeated Northern Suburbs Bears 2
Touchdowns: Charlie Scott, Georgie Forrest, Jordan McMahon
Player of Season Points: 3 Maddie Binding 2 Sailor Perrett 1 Kiana Kipa

Premier League – VC Round 4
Manly Sea Eagles 3 defeated by Wests Magpies 4
Touchdowns: Laura Peattie, Shellie Davis, Sam Rodgers
Player of Season Points: 3 Laura Peattie 2 Zara Nicholas 1 Steph Maiolo

Division 1 – VC Round 4
Manly Sea Eagles 2 defeated Wests Magpies 1
Touchdowns: Kate Ryan, Mia Wilson
Player of Season Points: 3 Kate Ryan 2 Billie Taylor 1 Tianah Geros

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round 4
Manly Sea Eagles 12 defeated Balmain Tigers 2
Touchdowns: Bella Geros 3, Anna Forrest 2, Brearna Nathan, Audrey Little, Caitlin Hickey, Tayla Browne, Millie Durdevic, Macy Carrothers, Kiiahla Duff
Player of Season Points: 3 Bella Geros 2 Breanna Nathan 1 Kiiahla Duff

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 4
Manly Sea Eagles 3 defeated by Carlingford Cyclones 5
Touchdowns: Sabrina Zochling, Georgie Forrest, Ollie Wood
Player of Season Points: 3 Georgie Forrest 2 Sabrina Zochling 1 Sara Ryan

Premier League – VC Round 3
Manly Sea Eagles 9 defeated Penrith Panthers 1
Touchdowns: Pihuka Duff 2, Bec Beath, Brittney Clifford, Danni Davis, Lucy McDonald, Nicky Albery, Yasmin Meakes, Zara Nicholas
Player of Season Points: 3 Yasmin Meakes 2 Zara Nicholas 1 Tayla Clifford

Division 1 – VC Round 3
Manly Sea Eagles 11 defeated Penrith Panthers 2
Touchdowns: Faith Nathan 3, Tina Clancy 3, Mia Wilson 2, Jennaya Wiggins, Kate Ryan, Amelia Suters
Player of Season Points: 3 Faith Nathan 2 Sariah Paki 1 Emma Williams

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round 3
Manly Sea Eagles 8 defeated Penrith Panthers 1
Touchdowns: Anna Forrest 3, Brearna Nathan 2, Audrey Little, Caitlin Hickey, Isabella Geros
Player of Season Points: 3 Maddi McGrath 2 Anna Forrest 1 Francesca Curtin

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 3
Manly Sea Eagles 3 defeated Hills Hornets 0
Touchdowns: Macy Carrothers, Georgie Forest, Josie Carlile
Player of Season Points: 3 Macy Carrothers 2 Charlie Scott 1 Malayika Russell

Premier League – VC Round 2
Manly Sea Eagles 11 defeated Northern Beaches Renegades 2
Touchdowns: Emma Williams 3, Lucy McDonald 2, Steph Maiolo 2, Shellie Davis, Chloe Cheney, Danni Davis, Laura Peattie
Player of Season Points: 3 Shellie Davis 2 Sam Rodgers 1 Lucy McDonald

Division 1 – VC Round 2
Manly Sea Eagles 8 defeated Sydney University Stingers 1
Touchdowns: Sariah Paki 2, Mia Wilson 2, Amelia Suters 2, Pihuka Duff, Tianah Geros
Player of Season Points: 3 Pihuka Duff 2 Sariah Paki 1 Billie Taylor

Youth League Div 1 – VC Round 2
Manly Sea Eagles 6 defeated Northern Beaches Renegades 2
Touchdowns: Kate Ryan 3, Teagan Long 2, Faith Nathan
Player of Season Points: 3 Teagan Long 2 Caitlin Hickey 1 Kate Ryan

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 2
Manly Sea Eagles 0 defeated by Central Coast Dolphins 5
Touchdowns: Nil
Player of Season Points: 3 Sailor Perrett 2 Hannah Lovlin 1 Sara Ryan

Premier League – VC Round 1
Manly Sea Eagles 10 defeated Northern Suburbs Bears 1
Touchdowns: Sam Rodgers 2, Yasmin Meakes 2, Danni Davis 2, Laura Peattie 2, Steph Maiolo, Lucy McDonald
Player of the Season: 3 Steph Maiolo 2 Danni Davis 1 Nicky Albery

Division 1 – VC Round 1
Manly Sea Eagles 5 defeated Easts Roosters 1
Touchdowns: Sariah Paki 2, Claudia Mete, Pihuka Duff, Teagan Long
Player of theSeason: 3 Pihuka Duff 2 Faith Nathan 1 Sariah Paki

Youth League Div 2 – VC Round 1
Manly Sea Eagles 4 defeated Wests Magpies 2
Touchdowns: Lily Masters, Charlie Scott, Maddie Binding, Ollie Woods
Player of the Season: 3 Ollie Woods 2 Lily Masters 1 Jordan McMahon

 

NSW Scorpions Elite 8 Champions

Saturday 11 March 2017

The New South Wales Scorpions have made history in the Women’s Elite Eight grand final, defeating the Queensland Broncos 8-5 in an entertaining affair at the National Touch League in Coffs Harbour.   The Broncos were aiming for three titles in a row, but it wasn’t to be, outplayed from start to finish by a highly talented Scorpions side.  In a very rare feat that is unliklely to be repeated all 16 of the NSW Scorpions players come from the Manly Warringah club.

Hat-tricks to Scorpions stars Yasmin Meakes and Samantha Rodgers capped off a great tournament for both.

Despite the comfortable three-touchdown win, the Scorpions did not always look comfortable.  The Broncos had all the momentum after the half-time break and they used this to their advantage, scoring through Rebecca Lapraik just minutes into the second half to make the score 4-3.   Lapraik’s touchdown cut the margin to one and the Broncos’ appeared to have all the legs heading towards the last 15 minutes of play.

But after five minutes of great defence, the Scorpions hit back, scoring in the left corner through hat-trick hero Rodgers.  The score quickly became 6-3 to the Scorpions, with Yasmin Meakes grabbing her first of the afternoon with ten minutes to play.  Meakes then grabbed her second in the 33rd minute, all but icing the game for the Scorpions as they stretched their lead to four touchdowns.

Paige Parker hit back in the 35th minute for the Broncos to give them some hope, but as the minutes ticked by it became clear that it was going to be the Scorpions year.  Meakes capped a great tournament for herself in the 38th minute, scoring her third touchdown to kick-off the celebrations for the Scorpions team.  The Broncos managed a consolation touchdown in the 39th minute, with Catherine Sargent adding some respectability to the scoreboard to make it 8-5 in favour of the Scorpions.

The Scorpions were deserved winners, leading from the outset after opening the scoring in the 7th minute. They did that through Rodgers who found open space on the right wing to stroll over for a touchdown after some lazy defence.  She doubled her tally just a minute later in an almost identical play, and it soon became clear that the Scorpions would look to target the Broncos’ left-side defence.

The Broncos were always going to hit back and they did so through Emily Hennessey just seconds after the Scorpions last score. The match was beginning to open up and with the game on the line it was either teams to win.  In the 15th minute, the Scorpions regained their two-touchdown lead, with Zara Nicholas crossing in the left corner after a slick team play to make it 3-1.  The Broncos defence were caught napping by Stephanie Maiolo in the 18th minute and the Scorpions suddenly hit a 4-1 lead.  But the Broncos regained some momentum heading into half-time through the handy work of Sargent who crossed just seconds before the hooter to make the score 4-2 at the break.  It wasn’t enough, with the Scorpions going on with it in the second half to take the 2017 title.

New South Wales Scorpions 8 (Meakes 3, Rodgers 3, Nicholas, Maiolo touchdowns)
Queensland Broncos 5 (Sargent 2, Parker, Hennessey, Lapraik touchdowns)
Player of the Final – Laura Peattie

State Cup 2016 Champions

State Cup Grand Final Results:

Premier League: Manly Sea Eagles 2 defeated Canterbury Bulldogs 1
Touchdowns: Nicky Albery, Sam Rodgers
NSWTA Player of the Final: Steph Maiolo

Women’s Open B: Manly Sea Eagles 9 defeated Taree Flames 2
NSWTA Player of the Final: Bec Beath

Women’s 20’s: Murwillumbah Mavericks 6 defeated Manly Sea Eagles 5

 2016 State & Vawdon Cup Awards:

State Cup Women’s Premier League Players Player:  Shellie Davis & Aaliyah Paki
State Cup Women’s Premier League Coaches Awards:  Zara Nicholas, Aaliyah Paki, Steph Maiolo
State Cup Women’s 20’s Players Player: Faith Nathan
State Cup Women’s 20’s Coaches Awards: Sariah Paki, Lucy McDonald, Pihuka Duff, Isabella Geros, Caitlin Hickey
State Cup  Women’s Premier League NSWTA Player of The Final: Steph Maiolo
State Cup  Women’s Open B NSWTA Player of The Final: Bec Beath
Vawdon Cup Women’s Premier League Player of the Season: Yasmin Meakes & Hannah Dyball
Vawdon Cup Women’s Division One Player of the Season: Brittney McLeod
Vawdon Cup Women’s Youth League Player of the Season: Sariah Paki
Women’s Premier League & 20’s Rising Star Award:  Brittney Clifford
Barry Gibson Perpetual Trophy: Hannah Dyball
Club Person of the Year – Anthony Dudeck Perpetual Trophy: Sarah Peattie
Keith Smith Perpetual Trophy: Keith Smith (Inaugural Recipient)
Presentation of Barry Gibson Shield to Barry Gibson

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NSWTA Blues Awards Dinner

Congratulations to everyone involved in what was a huge evening with Manly taking out many awards on the night.

NSWTA Coach of the Year 2015/16
Barry Gibson – Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
(Barry Gibson also nominated for Junior Coach of the Year)

NSWTA Open Female Player of the Year 2015/16
Danni Davis – Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
(Sam Rodgers also nominated)

NSWTA Junior Female Player of the Year 2015/16
Brittney Clifford – Manly Warringah Sea Eagles
(Pihuka Duff also nominated)

NSWTA Team of the Year 2015/16
Manly Warringah Women’s Open

NSWTA Affiliate of the Year 2015/16
Manly Warringah Touch Association
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