Girls game shares stage at Rocky
The weekend again saw some entertaining football played by the young juniors in the Rockhampton and District Junior Rugby League.
We also saw a 7-a -side game between Rockhampton Tigers and Norths Knight Under 14 girls, both clubs are committed to get a Junior Girls competition going and it was great to see these girls showing their skills on the paddock.
Under 13 competition
Brothers took a step closer to top spot with a hard fought win over the determine Gracemere Cubs. Cap Coast Brothers and Tigers were good winners, while the upset of the round was Yeppoon’s 26-4 win over the top-of-the-table Norths. Yeppoon are in a battle for fourth spot and this will give them plenty of confidence with 4 rounds remaining.
Under 14 Competition
There is a five-way battle for the top four spots with four games to go in the regular season, Brothers were handed the two points with Gracemere unable to field a side, Yeppoon dealt Norths a blow with a solid win, Fitzroy's have kept their chances alive defeating Cap Coast Brothers while Emu Park was able to defeat Tigers again in a very close game after their win in the Charity Shield a few weeks back.
Under 15 Competition
Fitzroy's have kept their undefeated run going with a clinical win over Cap Coast Brothers. Yeppoon edged out Norths at the Gymmy Grounds and Brothers White may have ended their Blues counterparts tilt at the semi finals with a big win at Vicky Park.
Under 16 Competition
With only two games completed this weekend, Cap Coast welcomed back their representative players to defeat Yeppoon. The game of the round was the Brothers Norths epic at the Victoria Park, both welcomed back their representative players; but it was the players that have been playing all year that turned on a fantastic game that resulted in Brothers getting home 24-22.
Under 18 Competition
This coming weekend, the Under 18 Competition will welcome back representative players after the young Under 18 Capras missed out on progressing to the semi finals on the weekend, going down 36-32 in golden point extra time. This has been a sensational season for these young men and credit to the coaching staff for getting this side so far in the competition. In the local competition, Brothers Blue proved too strong for their White counterparts. Norths registered their second win of the season grinding out an 8-6 win while Fitzroy's and Cap Coast Brothers couldn't be separated at 22-22.
Round 8 results:
Brothers 26 Gracemere 20
Cap Coast Brothers 48 Fitzroy's 0
Yeppoon 26 Norths 4
Tigers 72 Emu Park 0
Brothers Won on forfeit Gracemere
Yeppoon 24 Norths 10
Fitzroy's 36 Cap Coast Brothers 12
Emu Park 20 Tigers 16
Brothers White 34 Brothers Blue 6
Yeppoon 18 Norths 10
Fitzroy's 26 Cap Coast 6
Brothers 24 Norths 22
Cap Coast Brothers 30 Yeppoon 0
Brothers Blue 32 Brothers White 14
Norths 8 Yeppoon 6
Fitzroy's 22 Cap Coast Brothers 22
Round 9 kicks off on Friday night with Yeppoon hosting Emu Park at the beach, while Norths host Brothers Saturday at the Gymmy Grounds. Get out and support the young players who are the future of the Central Queensland Region Rugby League.
Round 9 Fixtures:
Friday Night - Barmaryee Oval
Under 13 Yeppoon v Emu Park
Under 14 Yeppoon v Emu Park
Under 15 Yeppoon v Emu Park
Under 16 Yeppoon v Emu Park
Under 18 Yeppoon v Emu Park
Friday Night – Browne Park
Under 13 Gracemere v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 14 Gracemere v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 15 Brothers Blue v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 16 Fitzroy's v Cap Coast Brothers
Under 18 Brothers Blue v Cap Coast Brothers
Saturday – Elizabeth Park
Under 13 Tigers v Fitzroy's
Under 14 Tigers v Fitzroy's
Saturday – Gymmy Grounds
Under 13 Norths v Brothers
Under 14 Norths v Brothers
Under 15 Norths v Brothers White
Under 16 Norths v Brothers
Under 18 Norths v Brothers White