Grand final week for young Eagles

IN what has been one of the most exciting seasons in years for Camden Haven Junior Rugby League Club, comes down to this weekends grand final series, in which they will be represented in the under 13’s and 14’s.

The Laurieton United Servicemen’s Club sponsored Junior Eagles, have had a great season, fielding teams in all age groups, having six of seven teams make the final series and can only get better with wins in both grades this weekend.

The Under 13’s have been on top of their age group all season losing only one game. They came into the major semi final with a point to prove, that being to go all the way. Playing arch rivals Taree Panthers the boys did not look back, starting strongly and coming away with a 48-4 win. That was two weeks ago and the boys know that they will have to produce that same type of effort to take the title. The talent goes deep within the team, with six of the side being selected in the Hastings Academy, with a lot more of the side being also looked at.

The Under 14’s missed out on the minor premiership but showed why they are such a good side with their convincing win over rivals Wingham 22-4 in the major semi final. With the loss of two of their stars several weeks ago, the boys were asked to stand up. Showing the depth and determination within the side, the whole team has stepped up. The return of Alex Millar from a fractured wrist shows the friendships that have built within the team. No doubt the determination and mateship will be taken into this weeks game. The team boasts nine representative players and without Jake Lawrence for most of the second half they have all stood tall.

Both Coaches Michael Horne 13’s and Glenn Bampton 14’s have worked hard during the year with their sides and it is a credit to them and those around them, having the teams playing as well as they have.

All the Camden Haven community wish both sides all the best this coming weekend.

Go Eagles!

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