Cowboys A-grade face Brothers
THE Warwick Cowboys A-grade side has set itself a task to win all its home games this season and faces the toughest test to date tomorrow against Brothers at Father Ranger Oval.
Warwick has so far amassed 164 points and conceded 38 to be undefeated at home in its three games.
Brothers were last year’s finalists and pushed premiers Valleys all the way last weekend to go down by two points, so all is adding up to a tough battle tomorrow.
Warwick will have to come up with the same mistake free football they produced in the first half against the Warriors if there are to remain undefeated at home.
Warwick went into last week’s game against Wattles without four regular first graders who all took the opportunity to rest niggling injuries and be 100% for this week’s blockbuster.
The first of four matches tomorrow against Brothers is C-grade at 10am.
The club welcomes Kate Hanson as a Cowboys’ Miss Rugby League entrant. It is great to have such an enthusiastic young lady working for the club.
Kate has a lot of exciting fund-raising activities planned with power ball kicking off this week. Catch up with Kate or phone her on 4667 3814 to get your power ball number.
In A-grade last Sunday, Evan Sombrooks put in his best performance of the season to take out the players’ player award. Bob Nicholls and Jarred Bradfield also figured in the voting.
The Warwick Horse & Jockey Cowboys chalked up another win against local rivals the Wattles Warriors last Sunday in Clifton. The forward pack was led well by prop Matt Grew who went over for another double, taking this seasons tally to 10 tries, and work horses Damien Browne and David Hallman never stopped trying. In the back line Andy Ryan and Nathan Watts were outstanding. Special mention goes to Anthony Thomas and Tom Brassington who improve each week.
The under-18’s had a lack lustre match against Wattles, but were still able to come away with the points. Dylan Watt, Jeremy Jerome, Blake Doro and Paul Cantwell all had strong games.