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Beach 1's - 1980-81 - HOF 2017

Beach - Marshall Champs 2021

Beach 1's - 1980-81 - HOF 2017

Beach 1's - 1980-81 - HOF 2017

Kyle Nichols - HOF 2017

Kyle Nichols - HOF 2017

Capping Ceremony May 2017

Capping Ceremony May 2017

Hall Of Fame Induction 2016 The Gage Family Tubs and Gee and Bruce "The Mess" Gage

Hall Of Fame Induction 2016

The Gage Family Tubs and Gee and Bruce "The Mess" Gage

Hall Of Fame 2015 - David Lougheed, Red Lipsett, Tony McGann

Hall Of Fame 2015 - David Lougheed, Red Lipsett, Tony McGann

2015-McCormick-Gee-Gage-Cup-Champs

2015 McCormick & Gee Gage Cup Champs

Liam Underwood - World Cup 2015 vs Ireland

Liam Underwood - World Cup 2015 vs Ireland

2014 McCormick Cup Winners - Balmy Beach Rugby Club

2014 McCormick Cup Winners - Balmy Beach Rugby Club

Gareth Rees, Red Lipsett and Brian Williams

Gareth Rees, Red Lipsett and Brian Williams

Balmy Beach Women's Rugby

Balmy Beach Women's Rugby

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Myles Martin Weekly Report

Paul Myers – Please be sure to save the date – JULY 10 the Celebration of Life for Paul Myers

TRU II:
The club as a whole had over 50 players unavailable for selection this weekend. As a result the TRU II’s went into this game with 17 men. Despite the heat and depleted numbers the TRU II’s took to the game with zeal winning set pieces and marching down the field. At half time the TRU II’s had the lead with 9-7. The heat took its toll in the second half as the boys, with only 2 subs to provide relief, fell victim to the fresh legs Oshawa rolled in lead to a quick try. This put Oshawa in the lead 9-14 about 10min into the second half. Fortunately the boys were able to hunker down, and led by long time Beach stalwarts Ed Donnally and Jesse Henkenhaf were able to fight there way back. Final score 19-14 for Beach.

ORU II:
As with the TRU II game, the reduced numbers club wide led to this squad being exactly 15 players, with the only subs being players who had just finished playing 80min in the scorching heat. Despite being outnumbered by the opposition the ORU II’s quickly took the game in hand. Dominating in the scrum and line out. All this position our set piece earned led to try after try as half time rolled around and the scoreboard read 28-7 for Beach. After halftime a new shift of Oshawa players and some kicking errors on our part led to an Oshawa comeback. However our strong set piece continued to prevail with eight man Ian Kessell running in 2 tries from the back of a scrum to end the game. He would go on to win man of the match. Final score 38-28 for Beach.

ORU I:
Tough day at the office for the ORU I’s as a very strong Oshawa side met the Beach I’s. The first 20 min of this match looked like a heavyweight title fight as both teams slugged it out in the forward pack trading blow for blow. Two penalty kicks saw Beach up 6-0 with 3 minutes to half time, and a penalty against us on our own 5m line. 3 minutes of tough nose defense eventually lead to a knock on and Beach possession. The first half ended with Beach up 6-0. A missed tackle early in the second half led to a quick Oshawa score. They made the conversion to put them up 6-7. The game remained close until the 60th minute when Oshawa pulled off a second try to put them up 6-12. A quick line out soon after led to a line break to put Oshawa up even more. The end of the game saw Beach on the losing side 6-27. The Beach ORU I’s have been on a long winning streak of 18-0 over the last two seasons, but the reality of sports is that no streak lasts forever and last Saturday was […]

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