Sport

Power’s kicking let down

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May 30, 2018

Kade Rowe kicking for goal against the reigning premiers.

Seniors

CDHBU 5.12.42 def by Osborne 8.8.56.
Goals: Kade Rowe 2, Liam Butler 1. Russell Anderson 1, Shannon Broadbent 1.
The Power kicked 1.5 in the last quarter to go down to the reigning premiers by 14 points.
Both clubs backlines were supreme in the low scoring game.
Awards: Sam’s Mug - Shannon Broadbent, Hotel Australia - Matt Howard, Club Mulwala - Liam McDonell, Godde Electrical - Ryan Mills, Corowa Golf Club - Liam Butler.
Reserves
CDHBU 8.2.50 def by Osborne 10.14.74.
Goals: Bradley Lewis 4, Sean Hanrahan 3, Thomas Hynes 1
The Power reserves put up a great effort against the powerful Osborne side, going down by 24 points in the finish.
The Power came home strong kicking 4.2 in the last quarter to Osbornes 1.2.
Awards: Newmarket Mug - Lloyd Lohse, Incentive - James Webb, Incentive - Cam Dutton, Sponsor Award - Jakob Hanrahan, Thursday Meal - Michael O’Rourke, Corowa Golf Club - Tom Hynes.

Under 17

CDHBU 1.2.8 def by Osborne 11.11.77.
Goal: Blayre Smith 1.
It was another great effort from the thirds boys, as it is always a tough trip to Osborne. 
With the help of a few Osborne players rotating throughout the day the Power put up a really good fight.
The Power’s tackle pressure was great for most of the day and a lot of the boys are starting to work really hard and with confidence forward of the ball to create options. 
Dougal Robb had his best game yet along with Rory Batten and it was hard to separate the rest of the crew for an across the board effort. 
Osborne kicked a few easier goals late but it was only on account of the boys working themselves into the ground for three quarters.  
Awards: Guy Street Store - Dougall Robb, Sportspower - Rory Batten, Thursday Meal - Liam Larkin,
Coaches Award - Damir O’Keefe, Shell Voucher - Tristan Hall, Civic Café - Alex Hayes.
 

Club Note
This week CDHBU tackle Jindera at Coreen while on Sunday we have the “ Last Man Standing”  with buses available from Mulwala and Corowa.

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