Bushrangers rep squad selected

DEFENDING premiers Stanthorpe Gremlins started where they left off last season by winning the Border Rugby League round-robin at Sullivan Oval on Saturday.

Stanthorpe won the final 18-10 against Inglewood.

Inglewood qualified first for the final with two wins in round games while Stanthorpe was one of three teams with one win and made the final on for and against.

The Border Bushrangers representative squad for a game against Roma and District in St George on April 10 was selected after the round robin.

The team will be coached by Peter Shatte, of Stanthorpe.

Players who impress in early rounds of the competition will be considered for selection in the Border team to travel to Bundaberg for divisional games on the May long weekend.

The Border fixture season starts on Saturday with Killarney travelling to Texas.

The game between Inglewood and Stanthorpe will be played on Sunday at Sullivan Oval. Sunday games are rare in the Border League but will be played on April 11 after the representative game in St George.

Killarney is still seeking players to field two teams and all are welcome at training 6.30pm Tuesday and Thursday or to call John Towells 0419 785 900.

SCORES: Tenterfield 24 d Stanthorpe 16, Inglewood 50 d Killarney 6, Texas 10 d Tenterfield 8, Stanthorpe 50 d Killarney 4, Inglewood 24 d Texas 0.

SQUAD: Pat Toohey (Stanthorpe), Sean Asquith (Texas), Chris Johnstone (Inglewood), Brett Hearne (Inglewood), Brendan Minns (Tenterfield), Robbie Morris (Texas), Tony Morris (Inglewood), Jason Edmondstone (Texas), Luke Wolff (Inglewood), Matt Rudd (Stanthorpe), Brent Bennett (Inglewood), Nathan Shatte (Stanthorpe), Allan Wetzler (Tenterfield). Reserves: Matt Rouen (Stanthorpe), Brett Watts (Killarney), Jamie Watts (Killarney), Leon Karena (Stanthorpe), Lucas Dearden (Tenterfield), Coedie Tandy (Tenterfield), Darrell Chapman (Stanthorpe).

Shadow players: Nathan Barraclough (Tenterfield), Jason Wilmot (Stanthorpe), Geoff Swan (Tenterfield), Ryan Donovan (Inglewood), Matt West (Inglewood).



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