Cowboys seek better results

THE Cowboys 25-year celebrations were a success, although results on the paddock on Sunday were disappointing with only the under-18s winning against the TRL form club, Valleys Roosters.

With the Cowboys A and reserve-grade teams having a bye this weekend, it will be good to freshen up and get a few boys back from injury ready for the Lions at Newtown on July 31.

The U18s will play Highfields on Saturday afternoon at Suburbs Junior League ground in Warwick.

Fans are asked to support these young Cowboys, who are firing at the moment.

C graders were to make the long trip to Dalby on Sunday in what has become a competitive class but the game is now not being played.

It was a solemn Carey Bros/Mullaly Concreting C-grade dressing shed after full-time, when the side was beaten 26-24 by Valleys in a physical game we looked to have had in the bag.

On a brighter note, evergreen forward Darren Small, who dusted off more than a decade of dust from his boots to play on Sunday, came through unhurt and is keen for another run.

Jim Roulston, who has been plagued with knee injuries, returned to the paddock with his customary rugged defence; he also showed he had a bit to offer in attack, scoring a great try.



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