Rugby League 9s
Series - West Division Match Night 1
29th May 2012
at Aldershot Military Stadium.
9s Series Rule
Matches are nine a side played 7 and half minutes each way. Interchanges
are unlimited with all squad members available in each game.
Their are no scrums. Simple turnover restarts play after a mistake or the
end of a tackle set.
Usual scoring of 4 points per try and 2 points per conversion
(which is dropped kicked).
However instead of option for a conversion, teams have the option to opt
for a "powerplay" which gives them one tackle to score an additional try from
the 10-metre line instead. Powerplay tries are worth 4 points.
After a try conversion, or successful power play try, the game restarts on
half way with a tap for the side that has just conceded. However if a power
play has been attempted and failed, the side that has just conceded gains 10
free metres, thus being able to tap on the oppositions 40 metre line.
Restarts are not controlled. You can race to restart quickly after a score
and if the defence ain't ready - tough luck!
Night 1 Squad
Ryan King, George Williams, Ryan Hampshire, Greg Burke,
Liam Carberry, Andy Cunningham, John O'Donnell, Jack
Murphy, Scott Leatherbarrow, Shae Lyon-Fraser.
Wigan v University of Gloucestershire All Golds (6:50pm)
Wigan 44 University of Gloucestershire All Golds 0
London v Wigan (7:40pm)
London Broncos 12 Wigan Warriors 18
Widnes v Wigan (8:10pm)
Widnes Vikings 4 Wigan Warriors 58
Division Match Night 2 Results
At Aldershot Military Stadium
6:30pm - London 20 Widnes Vikings 8
7:20pm - Widnes 12 University of Gloucestershire All Golds 32
8:30pm - London 32 University of Gloucestershire All Golds 16
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