The Cobar Junior Roosters kicked off a big day of Rugby League action at Tom Knight Memorial Oval on Saturday when their four sides hosts South Dubbo teams prior to the senior Roosters taking on Dunedoo.
The Cobar Under 12s side continued their winning streak and trounced South Dubbo
18-8 on Saturday.
Hayden Seng opened the Roosters’ tally with a strong run in the opening stages of the match to score in the corner which was converted by Tim Eves to give the young Roosters an early 6-0 lead.
Nate Martin raced over for two tries and Zaiden Saunders also crossed for the Roosters to help them to their win.
Nate Martin, Jaxon Burke and Jack Rogers shared the Coach’s Award.
The Under 10s were beaten 30-16 by the South Dubbo visitors in their game.
Rowdy Barton led the scoring for Cobar with two tries and Billy George crossed for a try as well.
Conversions were landed by Rowdy Barton and Cohan Nicholson.
Charlie Nicholson, Rowdy Barton and Jaxon Waugh earned the Coach’s Awards.
The Under 14s match was a thriller with the lead changing throughout before South Dubbo finished as 26-18 winners.
Jayden Paul crossed twice for the Roosters and Tahj Foley and Brock Rossiter also touched down for tries with Tahj responsible for a conversion.
Jamal Eves and Toby Greenwood earned the Coach’s Awards.
The Under 16s game was also a thriller of a match as South Dubbo narrowly finished with a two points win, 30-28.
Zane Taylor dominated the scoreboard running in three tries for the Roosters with Fraser Talu and Reynold Mugugia also crossing for a try each.
Ryan Urquhart added eight points to their tally with his four conversions.
Jarrod Hilton, Reynold Mugugia and Zane Taylor were the recipients of the Coach’s Awards.
There was a good roll up for the Under 8s and Under 6s games on Sunday morning at Tom Knight Memorial Oval.
After displaying improvement in their footy skills the Coach’s Awards this week went to Rogue Kilpatrick and Cameron Fennamore in the Under 6s age division and Sonny Stephens, Alfie Toomey, Riley Hunter, Eligh Ritter and Logan Fennamore in the Under 8s