Action heats up in Warwick finals

MATTHEW Carey scored the try in extra time as SR Snails beat Baguley Generals in extra time in the C-grade touch preliminary final last Wednesday.

Baguley Generals led 4-2 at halftime and the score was 7-all midway through the second half before each side scored a try in the final three minutes of the game.

Teams were reduced to three players each for extra time and Black scored the winning goal for a 9-8 win.

SR Snails have now qualified for the June 23 grand final against a Grog Monsters side which won 6-2 against Team Big Time.

Due to State of Origin this week, all mixed grand finals are on Wednesday week and be followed by presentations.

The men's B-grade grand finals are at 6.30pm tonight between Ontilt and Chicks And Some.

Ontilt, a team of players aged around 20, has done well to make the grand final in its debut season.

The A-grade men's grand final at 7.30pm tonight between Blue Chip and Young Guns is a repeat of last season's grand final which Blue Chip won narrowly.

Key players will be Mick Brackin for Young Guns and Harold Byrne for Blue Chip.

Last week's scores:

Men's B-grade Chicks and Some 14 d McCrackins 7. A-grade: Young Guns 9 d Black Toyota Bears 4.

Mixed A-grade: Raiders 6 d Jeffs Jokers 4; Breakaways 7 d Dangerous Goods 3.

B-grade: Tops Off 6 d Whateva 4; Fuchs 10 d Can't Touch It's 8.

C-grade: SR Snails 9 d Baguley Generals 8 in extra time; Grog Monsters 6 d Team Big Time 2.

D-grade: Allora SS 12 d Christens Crew 6; Bundy Bears 8 d Losers 5.



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