Junior league teams lead the competition

FLYING HIGH: The junior league tag girls drew on the weekend but still find themselves on top of the ladder. They face a tough task against Tingha this Saturday.

FLYING HIGH: The junior league tag girls drew on the weekend but still find themselves on top of the ladder. They face a tough task against Tingha this Saturday.

Guyra’s junior rugby league teams find themselves as ladder leaders heading into round eight of the season with only the under 12s sitting lower in third, based on points differential. 

It has been a sensational start for the teams and all but one secured wins on Saturday against Ashford. 

The junior league tag girls were the only team who weren’t outright winners, finishing their match in a 10-all draw. 

The under 8s had a big win, 44-8.

The under 10s’ roll continued when they obliterated their opponents 50-nil. 

The under 12s won their game convincingly, 30 points to eight. 

“For a little club, they are just going so good,” club president Gina Lockyer said. 

“Everyone is amazed by the 10s, especially because we have had a few under 8s that have had to back up but they are just doing great.”

This Saturday’s draw has changed from a home round against Tingha to making the trek to Tiger territory for an away game. 

Under 8s start the day at 10am, the junior league tag team play at 10.50am, the under 10s are at 11.40am and the under 12s will line up at 12.30pm. 

The draw the following week has also been swapped for a home round against Moree. 

If anyone is interested in doing a first aid course, there is one in Armidale on May 20-21 in Armidale. Contact Gina Lockyer for details.

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