Lithgow Storm Saturday action

Under 7s

Under 7s Storm Lightning played Portland. Logan Deveigne and Isikeli Tamanitoakula had some great tackles, Kane beckett made some speedy runs.

McDonald's coaches awards went to Logan Howard and Corbin Marsland.

Try-scorers were Dustin Beckett (5), Logan Howard (4), Isikeli Tamanitoakula (2), Kane Beckett (2), Tyson Aylott (1) and Logan Logan Deveigne (1). Storm Thunder came up against Wang Strong. Lincoln Brown was strong with his running of the ball whilst Lachlan Dinucci made some stand out tackles. Chase Nightingale was the only try-scorer.

Under 10s

Under 10s played in Oberon in a test of the team's defensive skills. 

Andrew Brasher was quick on his feet while Nate Green made some good hard runs, with Rylan Van Der Velden strong in defence. Jake Maranda and Liam O'Regan had some great runs.

Thomas Giokaris had an all-round game, as did Deacon Cutting and Alex Evans. Try-scorers for this week were Nate Green, Andrew Brasher (3 each) and Liam O'Regan (1). The final score was Storm 32-Oberon 6.

Under 12s

It was a hard game for the Under 12s. Bloomfield dominated in all areas to take the game 26-10. The young Stormers lifted midway with two tries and a conversion to Eli Morris. Francesco DiFranco and Cian O’Regan were strong in the forwards. Ethan Barrett displayed outstanding skill. Bailey Brown was strong in defence.

Under 13s

Under 13s came up against a well drilled experienced team in Bloomfield Tigers who took the game 54-0. The whole team showed great sportsmanship and are learning to play as a team. Lachlan Thompson, Jordie Thompson and Billy Rushworth were consistent in defence with Cody Green unlucky not to score. 

Under 14s

Storm Under 14s came up against Orange Bloomfield. The start was not what the team needed with a try in the first couple of minutes. They bounced back with a great try with Sam Lane combining with Zane Harrington to the level score 6-0. 

A couple of errors late in the game cost the team with Bloomfield finishing 14-6. Best for Storm was Sam Lane, Cody Griffiths and Oscar Gordon.

Under 16s

Storm-Tigers had a home game at Oberon against Bloomfield and their their first win of the season 38-36. 

The game was a see-sawing affair. The boys got out to an eight point lead before Bloomfield struck back to take the lead with two minutes to go. On the back of a good charge by Tom Fraser and a quick play the ball Harry Hopkins, Storm-Tigers made a strong run, unloaded to Brock Egan who crossed over as the full time siren sounded. Try-scorers were Dylan Williams (2), Harry Hopkins (2), Austin King, Ryan O Donnell and Brock Egan. Brock kicked 5 from 7.