NEXT GENERATION HELP RAMS TAKE TO THE FIELD

The Rams may have lost their first round match against Trundle, but in a touching tribute the children of the Rams players had the opportunity to run the team onto the field. “What a special moment and a beautiful memory for when this generation become senior Rams,” a post on the Condobolin Rams Rugby League Football Club Facebook Page said. Image Credit: Condobolin Rams Rugby League Football Club Facebook Page.The Rams may have lost their first round match against Trundle, but in a touching tribute the children of the Rams players had the opportunity to run the team onto the field. “What a special moment and a beautiful memory for when this generation become senior Rams,” a post on the Condobolin Rams Rugby League Football Club Facebook Page said. Image Credit: Condobolin Rams Rugby League Football Club Facebook Page.

In the first round of the Woodbridge Cup, Trundle defeated Condobolin 46 to 16.
In a touching tribute, the children of the Rams players had the opportunity to run the team onto the field for the first game of the season.
“Our little people ran out loud and proud and you couldn’t wipe the smiles off their faces,” a post on the Condobolin Rams Rugby League Football Club Facebook Page said.
“What a special moment and a beautiful memory for when this generation become senior Rams.”
The following write up appeared on the Condobolin Rams Rugby League Football Club Facebook Page.
“Thought about this write up all day and there’s not even an easy way of explaining how much heart and dedication went into this game,” the post began.
“From my point of view and with mixed emotions from all players with nerves adrenalin through the body Condo went out on the field with the biggest fight.
“With Trundle being the nemesis for Condo they knew they had to go out with a plan. Starting out ready and focused.
“Rams had some really strong defence in the first 40 minutes and put up a solid fight to tie the game up.
“After a short rest and a stern talking to by the captain at half time the Rams were fatigued, with injuries setting in the boys started to fall short of tries.
“By this stage Trundle put a few points on the board which rattled the Rams.
“The boys definitely put up a massive fight but couldn’t get back to take home the win.
“Massive big hit ups from Ethan Richards also taking away the three points
“David White’s strong attack and movement on the field to taking away two points, and both together TJ Johnstone and Kaiden Atkinson’s dominating runs to come away with equal one point.
“The score in the end was 46 – 16. “It was Condo’s biggest crowd in a very long time so I want to take this opportunity to say thank you all near and far for supporting the ladies and gents,” the post conclude.
The Ramettes faired better with a 46 to 4 victory.
The following write up appeared on the Condobolin Rams Rugby League Football Club Facebook Page.
“Our Ramettes went out like fireworks yesterday for the first game of the season against Trundle,” the post said.
“Opening up the score was Chyanne Goolagong speeding through the gap and slipping in a nice try. Marites Woods’ agility brought the game to some competitive footy as she was all over the field. Latreka Capewell’s quick hands and feet helped the girls on the wing to keep them in every try.
“Skye Dargin went out like a firecracker and was brilliant to watch as she skimmed around and scored herself a beautiful try. “Really great footy by all players yesterday and Condo Ramette’s came up with a flexi win of 46-4 in the end. “Well done Ramette’s,” the post concluded.