Nomads’ campaign begins with a humungous loss

July 27th, 2020

The Nomads first game of the year against the Swans was a disaster with the Nomads losing by 145 points to a vastly vastly improved Tamworth Swans, with the final scores being Tamworth Swans 28.20.188 to the Nomads 6.7.43. It was not so much that the Nomads played badly but that the Swans, with a number of new recruits, played a very different brand of football to what we have seen from them before. This was the first time the Nomads had lost to the Swans in Tamworth for nigh-on 10 years.

Our best players were Morgan Dunn, Luke ‘Rambo’ Raymond, Big Tom Hunt, the irrespressible and ubiquitous Clarrie-#4-Barker and David Rampaging Richards. Another bright light in an otherwise gloomy afternoon was Coach Jame Treweeke’s 4 goals.A big few weeks on the track working together is obviously required. More »

Away vs Tamworth Swans

July 27th, 2020

The team to play the Tamworth Swans at Tamworth #1 on Jul 25th at 2.00 pm is:

B Buckland Hunt D’Gluyas
HB Fleming Nest Moscou
C Hall Raymond Dunn
HF Brown Hanks Sulzberger
F T. O’Loughlin Treweeke Richards
R Gray Barker Petrascu

Interchange: Feltham, Harrison Munday, X. Walsh, A. Walsh

Be at Tamworth #1 Oval by by 12.30pm

First game of year called off

July 19th, 2020

The first game of the year for the Senior Men’s team, which was to be held on Saturday July 18th against the Tamworth Kangaroos has been called off due to the death of one of the Roos’ players in a very unfortunate accident.

Our thoughts are with the family of Zeb Taylor and with the Roos’ club.

Nomads Best and Fairest 2019 – Clare Cummings and Luke “Rambo” Raymond

July 4th, 2020

The Nomads held their Best and Fairest awards night on September 27th. Claire Cummings won the women’s best and fairest award with Karina Brown the runners up. In the Men’s awards Luke “Rambo” Raymond won the Best and Fairest with Conor Nest the runners up. Club Person of the Year was our long-serving and loyal goal umpire, Gus Barker (very well deserved). Well done to all of the awards winners (listed below). Thanks also to the coaches: Liam Cudmore (Women’s Super-coach) and James Treweeke (Men’s Uber-coach) More »

Nomads close but not close enough in the Grand Final

November 3rd, 2019

A valiant New England Nomads lost by 11 points to the Gunnedah Bulldogs on the 24th of August, the final scores being 13.12.90 to 11.13.79. It was an unfortunate repeat of the result in 2017 where the Nomads were narrowly defeated. In this case it was the Nomads poor first quarter that did them in. Luke ‘Rambo’ Raymond, with his hard ball-gets was best for the Nomads and unusually for a grand final he was nominated as the player of the Grand Final, despite being on the losing side. One can’t help but feel that if this unit had had a few more weeks playing together, they could have triumphed, but all congratulations to the Bulldogs who were the best team all year.

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