Successful day out for Guyra junior Super Spuds

TEAM EFFORT: The under 12s earned two wins from both their matches at the Gordon Creighton Cup in Glen Innes on Saturday. One of their wins involved a 56-nil drubbing of Warialda.

TEAM EFFORT: The under 12s earned two wins from both their matches at the Gordon Creighton Cup in Glen Innes on Saturday. One of their wins involved a 56-nil drubbing of Warialda.

The Gordon Creighton Cup proved a success for the junior Super Spuds with only one loss across all the grades. 

The junior league tag girls continued their winning streak with a 20-12 victory over Warialda and a 16-4 defeat of Bingara at the tournament in Glen Innes. 

The under 8s made light work of Bingara to account for them 40-16 while their loss came at the hands of Warialda, 44-36. 

The under 10s were a cut above the competition with a 20-point victory over Warialda and a 48-16 annihilation of Bingara. 

The under 12s rounded out the successful day for the club with a tight, 14-10 triumph over Bingara and a 56-0 thumping of Warialda. 

The Gordon Creighton Cup was awarded to Inverell as the most successful club on the day with Armidale coming in second. 

Guyra junior league president Gina Lockyer said it was a great day for the group and he praised the efforts of the Magpies for hosting the event.

"They did a great job. It was a pretty well-ran day,” she said. 

"It was a credit to them how they did it.” 

Guyra was also represented by young referee Alistair Connors whose efforts, in only his second time as a whistleblower, were lauded by opposing teams. 

"He has only just started reffing and had so many compliments from other clubs about what a wonderful job he did,” Lockyer said. 

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