PUMAS UNDER 13S FIRST GAME

PUMAS UNDER 13S FIRST GAME

The Pumas under 13s played their first game together in that age group combining year 7 and 8...

UNDER 13S AWAY TO JARROW

UNDER 13S AWAY TO JARROW

  Under 13s Match Report Jarrow Vikings 46 – 4 Peterlee Pumas Squad Morgan...

under 14s away to durham

under 14s away to durham

  always destined to be a tough encounter between 2 very good teams and it certainly...

u9s and under 11s festival, winlaton

u9s and under 11s festival, winlaton

U11’s and U9’s festival at Winlaton First festival of the season was held at Winlaton home of...

Littlies away to Shildon Festival

Littlies away to Shildon Festival

Junior Pumas at Tigers Festival Meanwhile our four U9s were playing in mixed teams with U9s...

  • PUMAS UNDER 13S FIRST GAME

    PUMAS UNDER 13S FIRST GAME

    Sunday, 31 March 2013 09:31
  • UNDER 13S AWAY TO JARROW

    UNDER 13S AWAY TO JARROW

    Monday, 15 April 2013 13:32
  • under 14s away to durham

    under 14s away to durham

    Monday, 15 April 2013 13:33
  • u9s and under 11s festival, winlaton

    u9s and under 11s festival, winlaton

    Sunday, 21 April 2013 08:59
  • Littlies away to Shildon Festival

    Littlies away to Shildon Festival

    Sunday, 28 April 2013 12:04

OPEN ACCESS DAY

OPEN ACCESS DEVELOPMENT DAY

UNDER 12 & UNDER 13

Hosted by: Peterlee Pumas

Venue: The Pavillion, Helford Road

Helford Road, Peterlee, SR8 1ER

Date: Tuesday 21st July 2015

Time: U12 = 10:00-11:30am U13 = 12-1:30pm

This is an opportunity for all players from all schools and clubs to attend a fun day of rugby league delivered by Level 3 coaches from both Newcastle Thunder and North East Thunder Academy.

Please contact Michael Heap on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or telephone 07939326012 to confirm your attendance.

Pumas u13's Home To Durham Tigers

The Pumas under 13's with just 10 fit or available players took on Title Contenders Durham Tigers at home yesterday.  Perviously away, Peterlee were not able to compete at shildon where Durhams attack appeared to score at will and the new young Pumas side werent able to take much from the game at all.  However with new players joining all the time and a lot of hard work being put in by a side largely playing up year with a few notable exceptions the Pumas are inproving every game and could claim to be unfortunate to only turn around 18 10 down at the break.  Durham had opened up a two try lead but Pumas Standoff Ewan Lydiatt got on the end of two well worked moves and powered over on the right at ifrst and then on the left converting one of his tries.  Dom Thwaites was held up short a couple of times jinking through the durham line and Lewis Collin was unfortunate after a brilliant spin out of a tackle in front of the posts to just pick the wrong angle and hit more contact.  Ewan was also unfortunate not to score a couple of more times.  The Pumas attack though has definitely improved and are creating more chances as they progress but it was the first half defence that epitimsed this game, line speed was excellent taking the Pumas line into the Durham attackers faces and giveing them little time to make decisions and all 10 players were making tackles where in the past it was not the case.  Durham were drawn into the arm wrestle of a game that the pumas had trained for and it worked for most of the game.  Unfortunatley, the Tigers had twice as many players as the home side and were able to put a totally fresh side on at half time and as the fatigue kicked in for the Pumas, the Tigers were able to employ thier slick wide game, avoiding the strong pumas middle and posted 4 tries in consectutive sets to put a higher score than the competitiveness of the game would have suggested.   Peterlee had several chances to score in teh 2nd half also but a strong Tigers defence managed to keep them out.  Peterlee are away to Cramlington next Saturday 27th.

The Pumas are looking for new players at all age groups, all welcome, training is Wednesdays 6 30 and Saturdays at 10 when not playing.  any one interested, contact 07903731901 or mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

pumas 13s home to rockets 2 games

Peterlee Pumas u13s played Cramlington A and B teams over 2 weeks.  Both games played with great entyhusiasm and spirit by both sides saw an undermanned pumas beaten 42 32 in the first game and 44 4 in the second.  Peterlee Lead for long periods in the first game with just 10 players a quck 2 try lead was acheived and peterlee were in control until 3 injuries cut the number to 7 and Cramlington took advangate with a 4 try reply.  Peterlee managed to get 2 of thier injured back on and a very compettive game ensued until they had managed to claw back to 32 36 with 2 minutes to go.   A breakdown in attack and Cramlington broke to make the full time score 32 42 to the visitors but a much improved performane.  The following week, with injuries again, Peterlee took to the field with 3 missing from the previous week but still managed to get 10 on the field.   In great sporting spirit, Cramlingotn loand 2 players, a total of 8 during the game who took turns to play for the Pumas also and gave their all.  This week Cramlingotn were in control for the whole game with Peterlee just managing one try to Cramlingtons 44 points but a lot of experience and a scoreling not reflecting the Pumas effort and skill.  Holding Cramlington to 2 tries for the 20 minutes.  Next game home to Durham Tigers, Peterlee are looking for more players so if you are interested contact 07903731901 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pumas Juniors 9th April 2015

Peterlee Pumas hosted an under 9s and 11s Festival with Teams from Whitley Bay, North Yorkshire and Gateshead taking part, great fun was had by all and the ever increasing numbers in the Pumas Littlies section continue to show great promise playing some excellent Rugby.
The rest of the Pumas had to travel to Cramlington where a 9 man under 13's side took on the top side Cramlington who were kind enough to drop to 11 in the spirit of the game.
The Pumas defended well for the first 17 minutes but lacking confidence early on, they grew as the game progressed but 2 mistakes by Peterlee in attack rewarded the rockets with 2 tries. Going and into the final 5 minutes of the half reflecting a committed and determined performance by the visitors. Pumas went a man down through injury and concede another 2 tries going into the break however. The 2nd half saw Peterlees' attack get stronger and more organised, but another injury put them down to 8 again and an early try was conceded. Lewis Simpson scored an outstanding long range try from a break in midfield getting on the end of a pumas shift wide and Dom Thwaites put an excellent solo effort in and ran almost the length of the field to score also to put really positive score line on a gutsy shorthanded Pumas. Rockets. scored one more to make it 32 12 at full time. Back up to play cramlington B next weekend with more Pumas to join the 13s are on the up.
The Pumas 13s are looking for more players to take part in training on Wednesdays a 18:30 and Saturdays at 10 am when not playing. If you are interested in taking part in a squad that has the potential to do really well please get in touch with the Pumas, details below.
The Under 15s started well in their game against Cramlington, had a couple of injuries and were also outnumbered by the home side. However Peterlee didn't do themselves any favours, some good platforms were set by some hard running from the forwards although this was a too direct at times and requires more supporting runners but the decision making and execution once set up didn't allow the Pumas to show what they can really do and also kicking the ball away on the 1st and 2nd tackle gave the home side good field position and starved the Pumas of possession. As fatigue set in, the visitors started coughing up the ball early in tackle count even more got injured to the point where Peterlee were down to 9 and then 8 players against 13 in the last 10 minutes. The Pumas 15s have come on leaps and bounds since last season but still a long way to go which they will with a lot of hard work being put in both by the coaches and the players. More players are required to mitigate against injuries but another Pumas Juniors Squad showing great potential.

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