Cowboys win A and reserve grades as part of 30th anniversary
RUGBY LEAGUE: The Warwick Cowboys have proved they are the real thing in the TRL this season with a 50-12 victory against Pittsworth at Father Ranger Oval.
The game was part of Warwick Cowboys 30th anniversary celebrations which atttracted a large crowd.
On the field, it wasn't a successful day early for the Cowboys with the second division side going down 28-10 to Pittsworth. Jay Hankinson was strong in attack for the home side.
Warwick led 16-12 at half-time in the under-18 game against South Burnett Blue after a try to prop Matt Titcomb in the last two minutes of the half. Titcomb's try-scoring run was preceeded by a strong run by fellow prop Coen Martin-Brown.
In the second half, South Burnett scored early and went on to win 28-22 to inflict the first loss of the season on the Cowboys colts.
The unbeaten Warwick Cowboys won 32-10 in reserve grade after leading 16-6 at half-time.
It was the same story in A-grade with Warwick winning 50-12. The Cowboys went into the game in a top-four with Pittsworth, Souths and Brothers and now have to play the other two of the top-four in the next fortnight.
Two wins in the three grades counted in the TRL club championship tally has put Warwick back on top in the championships.