Under 18s decimate Baradine in front of their home crowd

Ash Davies was on his way to the line for his fourth try of the match but elected to pass off to his brother Brad Davies (out of frame), who’d originally instigated the try.

The Cobar Roosters went on a try scoring spree at Tom Knight Memorial Oval on Saturday in their match against Baradine crossing 12 times to decimate the visitors

With the Roosters sitting in 5th place on the Castlereagh Youth League competition ladder and Baradine just behind in 6th spot, the game should have been much closer.

The Cobar boys were however in sensational form on Saturday.

The young Magpies struggled all game to contain the exuberant Roosters and, in particular, Man of the Match Ash Davies.

Ash brought up his hat trick for the game with a single handed run down the sideline to score.

He could have finished with a tally of four for the game, however late in the match he selfishly chose to give the glory to his brother Brad Davies, who’d originally made the break that resulted in another try for the Roosters.

Lachlan Ford was also in fine form and crossed three times in Saturday’s game for the young Roosters.

Cobar’s other try scorers included their captain Marty Turton, Dylan Morley, John Paul Best, Braith Good and Henry Brookman, who dragged three defenders over with him when he scored under the posts.

Good contributed 18 points in total to the Roosters’ big tally, having a great day with the boot to land seven goals.

Wyatt Proudlove had the honour of kicking the final conversion of the match after a near length of the field run by Good, who scored untouched under the posts in the final minutes of play.