Some members and officials of the 1996 Cowboys under-17 team were at the 30th anniversary celebrations. (Back, from left) Tod Batterham, Scott Sutton, Ashley Rowlands, Talbot Schwenessen, (middle) Pat O'Farrell (trainer), Tim Harch, Edwin Noki, Gavin Watson, Harold Byrne, Brett Benz, Jason Miller, Craig Jeffries, Grant Small, Craig Wilkie, Greg Benz (coach), Terry Small (manager), (front) David Perkins, Scott Beard, Brett O'Farrell, Matt Looker (captain), Cameron Jeffries, Stephen Kimmince, Tim Doyle. Absent: Michael Locke, Danieh Ah-Loy, Joel Richards, Ben Morton.
Some members and officials of the 1996 Cowboys under-17 team were at the 30th anniversary celebrations. (Back, from left) Tod Batterham, Scott Sutton, Ashley Rowlands, Talbot Schwenessen, (middle) Pat O'Farrell (trainer), Tim Harch, Edwin Noki, Gavin Watson, Harold Byrne, Brett Benz, Jason Miller, Craig Jeffries, Grant Small, Craig Wilkie, Greg Benz (coach), Terry Small (manager), (front) David Perkins, Scott Beard, Brett O'Farrell, Matt Looker (captain), Cameron Jeffries, Stephen Kimmince, Tim Doyle. Absent: Michael Locke, Danieh Ah-Loy, Joel Richards, Ben Morton.

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.



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