Week 2 2017: Game Reports, Stats and Video

Game Reports:

Razorbacks vs Terrapins

Terrapins vs Razorbacks Game 2 of the season saw two currently undefeated teams come head to head. The Terrapins faced off against an old foe in the Razorbacks. Both teams sported revamped squads for the year and some new additions for this game with Terrapins playing debutant Matt Thomas at QB while Charlie Williams also made his first appearance on offense for the Razorbacks, joined by RB Chris Ferbrache for his first game of the year.

The first half turned out to be very close with Charlie Hilton-Smith managing to haul in two early scores for the Terrapins with the Rob and James Williams each adding a score of their own. The Terrapins ball-hawking secondary capitalised on an intercepted pass from the Razorbacks as Luca Finetti took it back the other way for 6 points.

The second half dynamic remained the same with both teams not giving up an inch. Strong offence from both sides of the ball forced the other in to a closely matched shootout. Three scores, deep in the second half, for the Terrapins saw them out score the Razorbacks and bring the game to a close. When the dust settled the final score was 45-30 to the Terrapins after an excellent battle by two very strong squads who gave it all on game day.

Mustangs: vs Reapers

Pick city! The Reapers and the Mustangs decided it was more fun in this game to throw the ball to the other team, rather than score for themselves, a record setting thirteen interceptions were thrown.

The Mustangs showed that they won’t go down without a fight this season and are obviously learning the more games they get under their belt.

Matt Skillet was the player of the game for me albeit on the losing side with five yes FIVE interceptions!

The Reapers pulled through with their experience with a couple of touchdowns from their centre Chris Grantham and some super long runs from their running back Craig Batiste.

Knights vs Raptors

Knights vs Raptors is a matchup that both teams look forward to, not only because of the great talent on both sides which always results in a great game, but the friendships between the teams which could clearly be seen from the outset as handshakes and kind words were exchanged by the entire teams prior to kick-off.

The Knights offence would continue to rally round starting QB Jordan Gallienne who for the second straight week distributed the ball to numerous offensive weapons, putting in a solid day with 7 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. Their defence put in a great day however could not contain the player of the match for me, James Alderton.

The Raptors stepped it up from the first week and never looked or felt fair behind the Knights at any point. The Offence was led by James Alderton who had a fantastic day pulling in 3 touchdowns and extending drives on numerous occasions.

A great game enjoyed by both teams however the Knights would take this one 48-28.

Video:

Game Stats:

 Game Stats – Knights
Passing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
 Jordan Gallienne 0 0
Rushing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
Receiving
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
Matt Jackson 
 Elliot Gallienne 1 1
 Andy Dufour
Jamie Jenner  1
 James Hollis 1
 Tom Kirk 0 1
Defensive Stats
Player Name Sacks INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
 Elliot Gallienne 0
Jamie Jenner  1 0  0
 Game Stats – Mustangs
Passing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
Steve Scraton   3  0 0 0
 Matt Skillet  1 0  0
Rushing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
       
Receiving
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
Matt Skillet  0
Josh Kins  2 0 0
Dave Middleton  0
Defensive Stats
Player Name Sacks INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
Matt Skillet  0 5 0 0
Josh Kins  0 1 0
 Dave Middleton 0 1 0
 Game Stats – Raptors
Passing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
Brandon DeChirara  0 3 0 0
 Luke Pattimore 1 0 0
Rushing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
 
Receiving
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
Jack Romeril  1 1
Luke Rabey  0 1
 James Alderton 3 0
Defensive Stats
Player Name Sacks INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
 
 Game Stats – Razorbacks
Passing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
Dan Guilbert  0 1
Rushing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
 
Receiving
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
  James Williams 3
 Rob Williams  2
Defensive Stats
Player Name Sacks INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
  Rob Williams  0 1 0 0
 Dan Guilbert 0
 Game Stats – Reapers
Passing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
 Si King 4 1 0
 Rob Domaille 0 2 0 0
 Johan Pols 0 1 0 0
Rushing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
 Craig Batiste 0
Receiving
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
 Johan Pols 1 0
 Rob Domaille 1
 Chris Grantham 2
 Dan Le Cheminant 1
Defensive Stats
Player Name Sacks INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
 Si King 0 2 0
 Sam Barrell 0 2 0
 Craig Batiste 0 0 1
Dan Le Cheminant  1 1 0 0 0
 Game Stats – Terrapins
Passing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
 Matt Thomas 6 3 0
Rushing
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
       
Receiving
Player Name Touchdowns 1 PAT 2 PAT
 Nick Gaudion 1 0
 Luca Finetti 1 0
 Charlie Hilton-Smith 3 1 0
Defensive Stats
Player Name Sacks INT INT TD INT 1 PAT INT 2 PAT
Nick Gaudion  0  0
Luca Finetti  1  0

Key:

TD: Touchdown

1 PAT: 1 Point After Try converted

2 PAT: 2 Point After Try converted

INT: Interception

INT TD: Interception returned by the defense for a touchdown

INT 1 PAT: 1 Point After Try returned byt the defense for a score

INT 2 PAT: 2 Point After Try returned byt the defense for a score

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