The Rossoneri first team was at rest, but president Maurizio Boz’s club had other teams busy on the pitch. Here then is the report from Venjulia Rugby Trieste on the same.
The Under 18 Venjulia Rugby Trieste-Juvenilia Bagnaria Arsa, sponsored by Bazzara Caffè, obtained the first victory of the season (31 to 26) against C’è l’Este Rugby in a match which saw the victory of the team that expressed more determination and desire to bring home the result.
The better physical condition of Venjulia-Juvenilia also made the difference. The boys trained by coaches Moradei, Esposito and Lattanzi were able to make the most of some game situations, including the defensive phase which is finding its balance and which – despite still having to improve in terms of aggression – managed to stem the simple game but effective of the Venetian team.
There is still a lot of work to be done, in all aspects of the game, but this victory boosts morale and lays the foundations for a more serene growth of the players and for a continuation of the championship characterized by ambition and optimism.
You learn by making mistakes. By losing you grow, as long as you are able to learn from mistakes.
The one suffered in Camposampiero was a heavy defeat. The mixed team Juvenilia Bagnaria Arsa-Venjulia Rugby Trieste lost 108 to 0 against Checco Camposampiero Rugby in the under 16 championship.
“The hosts imposed themselves with an organized and effective game – so the Giuliani coaches -. This defeat will also be useful for our boys to learn to take the field concentrated and eager, without being influenced by the distance of the away match and by important absences “.
A lot of rugby, a lot of respect, a lot of friendship, a lot of third half. The Bagnaria Arsa Rugby Festival also went down well thanks to the participation of the friends of Juvenilia Bagnaria Arsa (the organizing club), Rugby Sile, Rugby San Vito, REP Trieste RUGBY and Gorizia Rugby. The red wave of Venjulia was numerous and warm, fielding the Under 8, 10 and 12 teams.