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Toowoomba juniors wrap up season with massive grand final day

The Toowoomba Junior Rugby League (TJRL) proudly concluded yet another action-packed season with an exhilarating grand final day at the Toowoomba Sports Ground on Saturday, September 9.

In a day filled with spectacular displays of junior rugby league talent, passionate crowds, and nail-biting matches, the Toowoomba community came together to celebrate the future stars of the sport.

The grand final day showcased the remarkable achievements of Toowoomba juniors in girls' competitions, including the under 13s, 15s, and 17s.

Every player rose to the occasion on this grand stage, leaving spectators in awe of their dedication and skill.

Here are the highlights from the TJRL grand final day.

Under 13 Girls

The Pittsworth Danes emerged victorious with a remarkable 30-18 win over the Highfields Eagles. Josie Hollis of Pittsworth Danes was named Player of the Final for her outstanding performance.

Pittsworth Danes 30 (Sally Clifford 2, Emere Lazarus 2, Josie Hollis tries; Josie Hollis 2, Bridie Sutton goals) defeated Highfields Eagles 18 (Te Aotahi Medland, Ariane Golobic, Jaiarnah Fuller, Madelyn Pearce tries; Te Aotahi Medland 3 goals).

Under 13 Boys

In a closely contested battle, the Souths Tigers secured a thrilling 14-10 victory over the Dalby Devils. Hunter Tate-Roche from Souths Tigers received the Player of the Final award.

Souths Tigers 14 (Hunter Tate-Roche 2, Daniel Booth tries; Hunter Tate-Roche goal) defeated Dalby Devils 10 (Jasper Filewood, Ryker Filewood tries; Talon Burton goal).

Under 15 Girls

The Pittsworth Danes claimed the title with an 18-14 triumph over the Highfields Eagles. Ella Hollis from Pittsworth Danes was recognized as the Player of the Final.

Pittsworth Danes 18 (Chloe Thompson 2, Isabelle Duncombe 2 tries; Isabelle Duncombe goal) defeated Highfields Eagles 14 (Chloe Seefeld 3 tries; Chloe Seefeld goal).

Under 14 Boys

The Valleys Roosters emerged victorious with a final score of 34-28 against the Souths Tigers. Innes Nowlan of Souths Tigers was named Player of the Final.

Valleys Roosters 34 (Lachlan Hillman 2, Leroy Malone, Adrian Young, Xavier Newtown, Michael Hinch tries; Leroy Malone 4, Nate Scott goals) defeated Souths Tigers 28 (Inne Nowlan 5, Jake Kimmince tries; Thomas Hiscock 2 goals).

Under 17 Girls

Souths Tigers dominated the match, overpowering the Highfields Eagles with a convincing 40-0 victory. Pypah Ferguson of Souths Tigers earned the Player of the Final title.

Souths Tigers 40 (Kyomie Deemal 2, Kaysharn Deemal, Chloe Pallisier, Mia Byrnes, Pypah Ferguson, Winifred Binawel tries; Chloe Pallisier 5 goals) defeated Highfields Eagles 0.

Under 13/14 Boys

Dalby Devils triumphed with a score of 12-6 over the Valleys Roosters. Blake Kingston from Dalby Devils received the Player of the Final award.

Dalby Devils 12 (Luke Elder, Campbell Postle, Travis Gater tries) defeated Valleys Roosters 6 (Ashley Cubby try; Mason Munn goal).

Under 15 Boys

In an electrifying showdown, the Valleys Roosters secured a thrilling 30-28 victory over the Gatton Hawks. Alastair Maclachlan of Valleys Roosters was named Player of the Final.

Valleys Roosters 24 (Alastair Maclachlan 3, Graidy Tomlinson tries; Charlie Barnes 4 goals) defeated Gatton Hawks 12 (Clayton Hensler 2, Willem Fedrick tries).

Under 16 Boys

Valleys Roosters emerged victorious with a score of 30-28 over the Dalby Devils. Tito Blight from South Burnett was awarded Player of the Final.

Valleys Roosters 30 (Darel Appo 2, Braithen Scott, William Emery, Samuel Lorenz tries; Braithen Scott 5 goals) defeated Dalby Devils 28 (Tito Bligh 2, Fletch Prain, Shamus Cobbo, Thomas Beil tries; Harrison Braithwaite 3, Tito Bligh goals).

Under 17 Boys

The Dalby Devils finished their junior rugby league season in style, defeating the Souths Tigers 26-18. Lyucian King-Togia of Dalby Devils received the Player of the Final accolade.

Dalby Devils 26 (Benjamin Waters, Matthew Drews, Joey Sankey, Daniel O’Callaghan, Quincy Booker tries; Joey Sankey 3 goals) defeated Souths Tigers 18 (Jake Hatton, Tait Cameron, Daniel Nilsson tries; Tait Cameron 3 goals).

In a special moment, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs were present to honour each final player with an award and a gift from the Bulldogs, adding to the significance of the grand final day.

The Toowoomba Junior Rugby League extends its gratitude to the players, coaches, parents, and supporters for their unwavering dedication throughout the season.

The TJRL looks forward to continuing its mission of nurturing young talent and promoting the sport of rugby league in the Toowoomba community.

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