PUMAS TRAVEL TO PILKINGTON

PUMAS TRAVEL TO PILKINGTON

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PETERLEE HOST FIRST NCL GAME

PETERLEE HOST FIRST NCL GAME

  The Pumas hosted their first ever National Conference League games last Saturday...

PUMAS AWAY TO KELLS

PUMAS AWAY TO KELLS

  A tough trip to one of the strongest sides in the competition, the fixture list hasn’t...

PUMAS HOST HEWORTH

PUMAS HOST HEWORTH

Peterlee Hosted Heworth at Helford Road, a lot of hard work over the last two weeks since the...

PUMAS TRAVEL TO WIGN, JUNIORS IN DURHAM

PUMAS TRAVEL TO WIGN, JUNIORS IN DURHAM

  Peterlee Pumas travelled to Wigan, a town just over twice the size of Peterlee...

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PUMAS AWAY TO RYHILL

Peterlee Pumas young open age side travelled to Dearn Valley Bulldogs ground yesterday to play a Ryhill Hammers in another of series of organised games the rebuilding Pumas Open Age setup are playing against heartlands sides.  Firstly thank you to Dearne Valley for their hospitality accommadating the game as Rhyhills was unavailable.  The game was played in blistering heat but in the righ spirit, both sides played the game in the right spirit.  Both sides displayed high skill and speed of play and there was plenty of physicality from both sides.  The young Pumas held their own and although the home side scored early on the Pumas hit back with a couple of thier own including a first open age from the young 18 year old, secondrower George Wall who is one to watch for the future.  The lead changed hands several times during the first half but Peterlee turned around 24 16 ahead.  Ryhill started the second half the stronger pulling back two well worked trys but going into the final quarter the Pumas playing with 2 out and and out centers and wingers for the first time all season started to get thier combinations righ and were able to break the home line in the middle and shift left oru right to thier strike runners.   A period of back to back touchdowns took the Puma haul up to 46 with 11 tries in total but just one converted.  Ryhill racked up a healthy 28 catching the Pumas in thier best form for quite some time.  More games arranged both home and away for Pumas Rugby Leage Club, if you are interested in getting involved in this greate set up, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PUMAS OA HOME TO JARROW score 16 52

 

After an encouraging performance away to top of the league  Wallsend last week where the Pumas young side were unlucky not win the game a home game to Reigning north east champions Jarrow Vikings could not have been a more stark contrast.  Taking nothing away from a good Jarrow Performance, Peterlee failed to compete for long periods of this encounter.  In Patches some really good rugby played, man of the match hooker Jack Adamson posted 2 tries with some great individual skill and luke watson also an individual effort as he chipped the jarrow line and recovered his kick in midfield to go under the sticks but these emphasised the pumas problems even more as it was lack of team play that is the Pumas main issue.  YOung George Wall in the second row playing only his second game of Rugby League  could be forgiven for thinking his dissalowed try was good as him went from dummy half and some of the Pumas 16s playing their first games at open age made a good fist in terms of effort and trying to lead the way and bode well for the future but apart from this it was an error strewn display from the Pumas that needs to improve quickly.  Next game away to Durham Demons on the 27th June.  FULL TIME 16 52 TO JARROW.  Training wednesday and fridays, if you are interested in getting involved contact 07903731901 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

PUMAS OA HOME TO JARROW

 

After an encouraging performance away to top of the league  Wallsend last week where the Pumas young side were unlucky not win the game a home game to Reigning north east champions Jarrow Vikings could not have been a more stark contrast.  Taking nothing away from a good Jarrow Performance, Peterlee failed to compete for long periods of this encounter.  In Patches some really good rugby played, man of the match hooker Jack Adamson posted 2 tries with some great individual skill and luke watson also an individual effort as he chipped the jarrow line and recovered his kick in midfield to go under the sticks but these emphasised the pumas problems even more as it was lack of team play that is the Pumas main issue.  YOung George Wall in the second row playing only his second game of Rugby League  could be forgiven for thinking his dissalowed try was good as him went from dummy half and some of the Pumas 16s playing their first games at open age made a good fist in terms of effort and trying to lead the way and bode well for the future but apart from this it was an error strewn display from the Pumas that needs to improve quickly.  Next game away to Durham Demons on the 27th June.  Training wednesday and fridays, if you are interes

PUMAS OA AWAY TO CRAM

The Pumas Open age Sid Travelled to Cramlington confident on the back of a comfortable win against Durham last week but having made several changes due to the Pumas train to play policy and unavailability of some also a changed side containing a lot of young and new players took to the field.

Despite looking the faster and fitter side Peterlee appeared heavy footed for most of the game and allowed Cramlington 2 early easy tries, despite putting some good defensive work in, a couple of defensive weaknesses were spotted early on and exposed immediately.

The Pumas only completed 4 sets all game but on 3 of them the scored and really looked the part but chance after chance of easy scoring opportunities went begging as the wrong decision was made or the execution of the last pass simply didn’t go to hand and allowed the home side to grown in confidence.

The last 15 minutes saw a rat of injuries to the Pumas and the balance of the game was lost and Cramlington were able to run in several tries. Probably the worst Performance/result for the Pumas for several years, but the side can take consolation in that off days such as this are rare nowadays for Peterlee and the shock defeat will give motivation fot put things right.

 

A strong contribution from 16 year old Callum Jackson who was the Pumas best forward in attack and defense putting people down who had several stones and inches on him, man of the match though was Full Back Anthony Lawrence also great in attack and defense and perfoming some good organisation.  Scored a great try up the middle splitting the Home defense in two off a short inside ball to take the score to 18 16.

Next game is due at home to Darlington on the 16th of May.

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