Junior footballers show off their impressive playing skills

Minis, Mods and Junior Rugby League footballers provided some great half time
entertainment at the Cobar Roosters First Grade game at Tom Knight Memorial Oval on Saturday as they showed off some very impressive playing skills.

Cobar Junior Rugby League hosted four South Dubbo teams for Round 12 of the Dubbo & District Junior Rugby League competition on Saturday at Tom Knight Memorial Oval.

The Under 10s curtain raiser game was a real thriller which the young Roosters only narrowly lost 16-18.

Tries for Cobar were recorded by Drew Barton, Nate Martin and Kai McCosker with Rowdy Barton and Nate Martin responsible for their conversions.

Drew Barton and Cohan Nicholson collected the Coach’s Awards.

The Cobar Roosters Under 11s finished with an exciting 20-16 win over the visitors with Tim Eves, Jay Lamond, Jaxon Burke and Sam Dunne running in tries for Cobar.

Tim and Jay were responsible for a conversion each.

Tim and Axel Fairfull earned their Coach’s Awards.

The Cobar Under 12s lost their match 16-38.

Speedster Reece Josephson ran in three tries for the young Roosters with Reece and Hayden Seng kicking a conversion each.

Lachlan Willard and Lochlan Abel collected the Coach’s Awards.

The Cobar Under 14s were beaten 50-12.

Cobar’s points came from tries to Jayden Paul and Reynold Mugugia with Tadgh McMullen responsible for their two conversions.

Gage Walker and Kaeleb Saunders picked up the Coach’s Awards.

Cobar Junior Rugby League president Simone Knight praised the tenacity of the Cobar Under 14s team.

Mrs Knight said despite the side (which is mostly made up of 13 year olds) being beaten each week, she said it’s a team that never gives up.

The Cobar 15/16s side won their match on a forfeit on Saturday.

In the Mini’s Under 6s game on Sunday, George Wainiqolo and Harlym Curtis earned their Coach’s Awards.

The Coach’s Awards in the Mods Under 8s game went to Lucas Townsend and Charlie Nicholson.

More home games are scheduled for this Saturday against Wellington.