The stop-start season continued for the Sirens when their friendly round robin was canceled last on Friday afternoon. However, following a brutal internal hit out the Sirens are primed and ready to resume their first rugby of 2022 when they head to Kiama on Saturday.
The Sirens have drawn an extremely tough pool & will be up for the challenge from Game 1. Head Coach Geoff Wells has welcomed a number of new faces across from Rugby League this season and is excited about the size and speed they've added to the squad.
Fixtures - Chittick Oval (Beachside)
8:30 AM - Sirens v Gordon
11:15 AM - Sirens v Queanbeyan
2:15 PM - Sirens v Sydney Uni
5:30 PM - Finals
Runners up in 2021, the Shoremen are looking to go 1 better in the 50th anniversary of the famous tournament.
After a solid preparation in last week's Pittwater 7's, where they fell in the Semi-Final to eventual winners Two Blues. The lead-up tournament gave a number of younger guys valuable experience as they adapt to the shorter format.
The rangy Boston Kerapa was a standout in his 7s debut, with his aerial skills and offloading providing plenty of attacking opportunity. Meanwhile, a number of the Colts '21 class combined to lay on some very classy tries.
The pool stages are somewhat of an unknown this week, where topping your pool is essential to progress to the playoffs.
The Shoremen are bolstered by the experienced Gary Bautz & speedster Harry Cudmore in this week's team.
Fixtures - Kiama Showground
9:15 AM - Norths v Lloyd McDermott
12:00 PM - Norths v Woy Woy
2:30 PM - Norths v Gungahlin
4:30 PM - Premier Semi
6:50 PM - Premier Final