Monday, May 31, 2010

Tigers Back On Track While Crushing Warriors


West Tigers starting a thrilling week of NRL won against the Warriors 50-6 WHAT A SCORE!!! In the beginning it was a bit nervous watching the Warriors play, They had won two games against the messy Cowboys, And against the in form Rabbitohs. The thought of the Warriors winning against the Rabbitohs and the Tigers just coming back from one victory really occurred to me that this would be a game to remember!

Even though in did not turn out the way I thought it would it was still a game to remember with the Tigers razzling the dazzle winning by quite a good margin.

New coming centre Geoff Daniela had a spectacular game scoring three entertaining tries while having a blister of a game.

Hope that the Tigers will make it three in a row against the Bulldogs GO THE TIGERS!!!!!

Monday, May 24, 2010

Term Two Animation

This term we have been studying Volcanoes and we had to create an animation with five or more facts in it. I have created an animation based on the Shield Volcano and Strato Volcano. Take a look!! video

Tigers Back On Track, Warriors On Fire

The West Tigers have successfully broken there four game losing streak by taming the Newcastle Knights to win 23-6. While celebrating the victory the Warriors overcame a confident South Sydney Rabbitohs wining an absolute thriller 26-24. Both teams from this weekend have gained a lot of confidence in themselves and are looking to continue being victorious as they go head to head.This will be a good match as it has been an annual big battle. Hope the Tigers thrash the Warriors GO TIGERS!!!!!

Monday, May 17, 2010

Tigers:That Time Of THE Year

My favourite NRL Team the West Tigers have had four disappointing weeks of losing.They have not played as well as they can losing to the Rabbits a big 10-50 score. They are putting to much pressure on them selves by making pitifully mistakes by dropping the ball while trying to develop trys. They are now coming in ninth in the competition behind the Warriors. They need to do something before it is to late for them. There play makers in Benji and Farah need to step up by showing them the way to a few victories.

Magic Coach Tim Sheens will surely be setting up a tough training this week for the Tigers. The boys need to think of the positives of there season and turn it around while they still can. I believe that they can do anything if they play to there best in the next part of this season.

There next game is against the Newcastle Knights on Friday night. I hope they will get there confidence back from this game. GO THE TIGERS!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Yr7 Rugby: Never Give Up

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Point England played their first ever intermediate match with Year seven boys in our history. We played against St Marys. We had quite a rough game. They had some huge boys who caused a problem for our team, but we managed to make some spectacular tackles which gave us a bit of pride in ourselves. We gave it a certain amount of an effort but it wasn't enough to take down the big boys. But we did manage to make a movie of our fantastic highlights. Take a look!!

Monday, May 10, 2010

Kiwis:Almost There Boys

The Kiwi Jersey brought an unexpected attitude to the game. They played a lot better than expected and could of drawn but lost to the Australians 8-12. The young pack of Kiwis played with loads of momentum and had the Aussies on there feet for quite a while. Debutant Zeb Taia had a good game for a start. He made a few yards and gave them a few offloads.

The Kiwis were well in the game throughout the opening half but the score went to the Australians 6-0. But through the beginning of the second half the Australians ran in a try for Dragon Winger Brett Morris which gave him two tries for the night. With ten minutes on the clock the Kiwis had to do something. So a Kiwis move and a perfect execution from Lance Hohaia gave Dragons right side Winger Jason Nightingale a try in the corner. Rabbitohs superstar hooker Issac Luke missed the kick from out wide and the score remained 12-4.

With five minutes left the Kiwis sent Junior Sau over the line with his incredible strength. Once again Issac Luke missed the conversion and the game seemed like it was over with the score 8 to 12. In the end the Kiwis played a really good game losing by 4 points this was only because of conversions.

Let's hope the Kiwis will take the confidence from that game and crush them in the Four Nations Thanks to http://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/image.cfm?1 for the picture. GO THE TIGERS!!!!!!!(Next game against the Rabbitohs!!)

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Kiwis Squad:Where's The Power?

After watching the League show 40/20 I was a bit, in fact, hugely shocked on the selection of the New Zealand Kiwis to take on the fearsome Australians. Before I saw the selection I asked my dad "Do you think the Kiwis will win against Australia?" Not surprisingly he said "Yes". I asked him why New Zealand would have the upper hand on this. He said they would win because we have the forward pack. I thought for a minute and he was right. We got Moimoi,Pritchard,Blair,Lima and Bronson Harrison. That really would have made the difference to the game on Friday because the only exceptional Prop from Australia would Petero Civinacioeva. But to my surprise Moimoi and Jeff Lima were not selected. Stephen Kearney has probably left out one of the most Dynamic Props in the game right now.

The Kiwis Squad:                                                                                                                                     Adam Blair (Melbourne), Kieran Foran (Manly), Alex Glenn (Brisbane), Bronson Harrison (Canberra), Aaron Heremaia (New Zealand), Lance Hohaia (New Zealand), Issac Luke (South Sydney), Sika Manu (Melbourne), Benji Marshall (Wests Tigers), Steve Matai (Manly), Ben Matulino (New Zealand), Jason Nightingale (St George Illawarra), Frank-Paul Nuuausala (Sydney), Sam Perrett (Sydney), Sam Rapira (New Zealand), Junior Sa'u (Newcastle), Zeb Taia (Newcastle), Jared Waerea-Hargreaves (Sydney) 

The game on Friday will be one game to watch as we see three debutant's playing for the Kiwis and they are Alex Glenn,Zeb Taia and Warrior's hooker Aaron Heremaia. It will be intresting to see the pressure on these spectacular debutant's. Watch the game this Friday at 9:30 PM GO THE KIWIS!!!!!!