It might be the eve of the final round of the Group 19 junior rugby league season but for Guyra’s young sides, it is just the beginning.
All sides qualified for the semi-finals after a stellar year on the paddock.
The Super Spuds played their final regular season clashes at home against Warialda and played well across the grades.
The under 8s side clinched a 36-24 win in the opening match of the day.
For the under 10s, a bout of flu affected the squad but a plucky performance from the remaining players saw them draw with Warialda at 16-all.
An outstanding defensive effort from the third-placed under 12s saw them hold out Warialda 34-nil.
The junior league tag girls did just enough in their game to finish with a tight, 22-14 win to maintain their top place on the table.
This Saturday, the Guyra teams have the chance to consolidate their high placings on the ladders for their grades with the final round at Moree.
The junior league tag girls and the under 8s will get the day underway at 10am.
The table-topping under 10s will hope they have shaken off this week’s flu when they take the field at 10.50am.
The under 12s commence their game at 11.40am.
The Super Spuds will be back at home the following week when they host the first round of the Group 19 semi-finals.