A Vision should describe the future for a club that inspires members, volunteers, and supporters.
A Team Culture is made up of the values, beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors shared by a team. It’s how people work together towards a common goal and how they treat each other.
Today, those beliefs become reality.
In the Women’s Open, reigning Vawdon Cup Champions Manly Warringah was up against 2018 State Cup Champions Canterbury. In a game that was hard, fast and at times push became shove, Canterbury’s dominance was too strong. Wanting to send their Captain off in style, Louise Winchester had everything to play for, showing why she is and always has been a force to be reckoned with. With Canterbury taking the win 5-0 Manly they now head into State Cup preparations ready to take on everything that is thrown at them to keep hold of their title.
8 years ago Bankstown Sports had a vision, today that vision became reality. Up against the Doyalson Men, last years champions, Bankstown Sports nothing to lose. At half time the game could have gone either way with both teams 2 apiece. But the second half was a different story. If Doyalson scored, so did Bankstown Sports and with minutes to go, Bankstown took the lead, the game and the dream became oh so real,
For full results please see below;
Girl’s Youth League 1 Championship Manly 4 Defeated Parramatta Eels 3 (Player of the Final Piper Simons Manly Sea Eagles)
Girls Youth League 2 Championship Penrith 5 Defeated Manly Sea Eagles 2 (Player of the Final Faitala Moleka Penrith)
Boy’s Youth League Championship City of Orange 12 Defeated Western Suburbs 8 (Player of the Final Jack Cole City of Orange)
Women’s Division 1 Plate Hornsby 3 Defeated Carlingford Cyclones 1 (Player of the Final Rachael Mortell Hornsby)
Women’s Division 1 Championship Manly Sea Eagles 6 Defeated Easts Roosters 4 (Player of the Final Brittney McLeod Manly Warringah)
Men’s Division 1 Championship Parramatta Eels 8 Defeated Western Suburbs 7 (Player of the Final Finn Watkins Parramatta Eels)
Women’s Division 2 Championship Sydney Uni Stingers 5 Defeated St George Dragons 3 (Player of the Final Isabella Moro Sydney Uni)
Men’s Division 2 Championship Manly Warringah 11 Defeated Wollongong Devils 6 (Player of the Final Jessie Mischawicz Manly Warringah)
Men’s Division 3 Championship Easts Roosters 10 Defeated South Wests Raptors 8 (Player of the Final Bradley Lugg Easts Roosters)
Men’s Division 4 Championship Appin Warriors 9 Defeated Bansktown Sports 6 (Player of the Final Aaron Wilson Appin Warriors)
Inclusion Premier League Championship Manly Warringah 6 Defeated Hills Hornets 3 (Player of the Final Bailey Lodge Manly Warringah)
Women’s Premier League Championship Canterbury 5 Defeated Manly Warringah 0 (Player of the Final Louise Winchester Canterbury)
Men’s Premier League Plate Canterbury 6 Defeated Easts Roosters 4 (Player of the Final Jay Barron Canterbury)
Men’s Premier League Championship Bankstown Sports 6 Defeated Doyalson Dragons 5 (Player of the Final Zach Bouzounis Bankstown Sports)
1st Wests Magpies 129pts
2nd Manly Sea Eagles 110pts
3rd Central Coast 90pts
Gary Croft Cup
1st Easts Roosters 202pts
2nd Manly Warringah 196pts
3rd Penrith Panthers/Wests Magpies 194pts
Lisa Neal Shield (Minor Prems Women’s)
Owen Lane Shield (Minor Prems Men’s)
Relive the Games
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