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Squad information

There will be no training on thursday 5th march

2014/2015 

Sussex League Divison Two Champions 2014/15

Sussex League Division Three Champions 2013/14

Lead Coach: Alex Rae

Assistant Coaches: Pat Dean, Wayne Boschat and Andy Cotton.

Manager: Don Gardener / Email: dongardener39@gmail.com / Mobile: 07797 749535

Assistant Managers: David Le Hueze and Michael Boarer

Kitmaster: Nicky Boarer


Training  Tuesday and Thursday 17:45 until 19:00.

We have the honour of providing ball boys to all of the first team's home game.  Emails to dongardener39@gmail.com if you are interested. 

Dates for your diary:

Fixtures 2014/15 (SL = Sussex League; F - Friendly):

12/10/14

Crowborough (SL)

27-7  Win

16/11/14

Heathfield (SL)

22-12 Win

30/11/14

Crawley (SL)

26-10 Win

14/12/14

Hastings (F)

34-7   Win

11/01/15

Uckfield (SL)

17-3   Win

08/02/15

East Grinstead (SL)

12-5   Win

 01/03/15

 Brighton (F)

41-17 Loss

22/03/15

Edenbridge (SL)

Away

04&05/04/15

Easter Festival (Hove confirmed so far)

Home

 12/04/15 (Friday)

Salisbury

 Home

 18/04/15

 Guernsey (Siam)

 Home

 

3rd May (Sunday) end of season presentation


Latest News

Undefeated Jersey U15s are champions of Sussex League Division Two with one game to play.

http://www.sussexrugby.co.uk/competitions-96/sussex-rfu-youth-league-u15-league-2-9909/

Next fixture away to Brighton on Sunday 1st March 2015.

Match report 08/02/15 - East Grinstead v Jersey

A supreme effort is richly rewarded

It was clear from the whistle that this was going to be a tough encounter.  East Grinstead put Jersey immediately under pressure and were soon to touch down to lead 5-0 after just 5 minutes.  Our boys had to fight hard in the scrum with a heavy pitch favouring the bigger EG pack.  The story of the first half was constant pressure from EG which was thwarted again and again by some outstanding tackling by each and every Jersey player who were not going to let them through.  Jersey came close once with the ball fed out beautifully by Heyes, to Boudin to Flemmer to Oakley who sprinted clear only for the sodden pitch to slow him just enough for EG to take him into touch.  A bruising first half finished with just the one score separating the sides; EG 5 Jersey 0.  

Jersey made four changes for the second half introducing Ollie Stockwell, Fraser George, Cameron Campbell and Gregor Paton.  The fresh legs soon started to pay dividends as Jersey began to hold the scrum.  A tiring EG were beginning to regret not taking advantage of their first half pressure.   As Jersey began to boss the scrum they were able to give Zac Boudin the time to execute some precision kicking resulting in territory and possession swinging in Jersey's favour.   The Islanders were working the ball well out to their wingers which was stretching the EG line and openings were created.  Despite some great defence EG's line was eventually pierced by twinkle toes Tom Coutanche who went over to score a couple of metres from the touch line for an unconverted try to make it 5 apiece, with 20 minutes to play.   The commitment of both sides could not be faulted and a stalemate looked the likely outcome.  Then a moment of madness as both sides spurned an opportunity to go for goal from eminently kickable penalties, instead choosing to tap and go, much to the frustration of the respective coaching teams.

EG got close when their winger sprinted down the right hand side and with just a metre to go was smashed into touch by a superbly timed and executed tackle from the rampaging Ollie Stockwell.  The game was held up whilst the player received treatment, during which time watches were checked and the general consensus was 3 minutes left to play.  EG took the line out but Jersey  were soon to win back possession and with the last play of the game they put Myles Holmes through on the right wing, head down he burst through the EG's defence and ran round to touch down under the posts for Jersey's second try, converted by Zac Boudin.  Final whistle victory secured 12 -5, but this was also enough to see Jersey crowned champions of Sussex League division 2 with a game still to play. 

The character shown by the Jersey players was magnificent; the youngsters gave everything they had against a powerful East Grinstead, grinding out a superb result through sheer effort and belief.  Their never say die pack mentality should serve them well in the top flight next season.

Many thanks to our sponsor Ora and to East Grinstead for such an excellent game which tested us to right up to the final whistle.

Jersey squad: Ollie Stockwell, Gregor Paton, Zac Boudin, Cameron Campbell, Mark Boarer, Ed Jones (captain), Nick Baker, Ryan Bisson, Brodie Sutton, Ben Henman, Fraser George, Will Flemmer, Tom Coutanche, Myles Holmes (man of the match), Kieran Oakley, Alex Heyes, Will Cawley, Alex Hill, and Garyn Edwards

Coaches: Wayne Boschat and Roger Nightingale.  Manager Don Gardener.


General information

Discipline: Team discipline is crucial to the overall success of any team endeavour. Not only do disciplined teams perform well on the field, but, if teams are able to maintain good discipline both on and off the field, the overall rugby experience is far more positive for all involved. Everybody takes responsibility for what happens.

 

Please click below for our Jersey Rugby Club Academy Group Travel Insurance and link to the Sussex League:

http://www.sussexrugby.co.uk/competitions-63/sussex-rfu-youth-league-u15--league-1-7452/results/ 

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