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Warriors Prepare for Initial Battles

posted 7 May 2013, 03:12 by Aberdeen Warriors
Aberdeen Warriors have already been training hard and will keep the push going this week leading to the North of Scotland Rugby League games where the Reds face off against Kinloss Eagles and the whites will face off against Moray Titans.

The Warriors had a training game on Saturday 4th May where some of the youth talent from last year are stepping up into the Open Age set up. "The youngsters have really impressed me today, they are showing great promise and very physical for their age, some of the players are very skillful and you can see why they have been selected for their respective Scotland age groups" says Scotland A player Stuart Gray. 

"We have a hard week of training ahead of us and need to keep pushing each other to keep improving across the board. The young players once again are testing the senior lads and the young 16 year old's have no fear in putting hits in, carrying the ball and using their arsenal to beat their opposite man. The game we had between ourselves on Saturday showed me just how good our young developing players are and I cant wait to see them play this weekend up North with some more experienced guys around them" Said Head Coach Craig Parslow.

Both teams travel to new comers Kinloss Eagles where the First of 2 Moray Magic weekends will happen, the second to be in Elgin at the Doocot later in the season. This has been done to bring the three Northern Clubs together and help promote the game in the Kinloss, Elgin and Moray areas as well as 2 Aberdeen Magic Weekends. 

Stay Tuned for the team Selection and confirmation on KO times and venue.