Cowboys women’s team is victorious

WARWICK Cowboys won its first women's league tag game in history with a 22-0 win against Pittsworth to cap off a day when the Cowboys won two of the four games in round 2 of the TRL.

Warwick won women's league tag and reserve-grade and went down in A-grade and under-18 competitions.

The Cowboys led 14-10 late in the A-grade game, only to concede a try four minutes from full-time to lose 16-14.

Warwick winger Braydon Wilson had a try disallowed two minutes earlier.

The Cowboys went into the women's match with 10 players in a game where 11 are on the field and came up against a Pittsworth side with a full team and nine on the bench.

Cowboys captain Alicia Bussell scored three tries and Laura Donn kicked three goals and was players' player.

"The women's win was a fantastic result in their first competition game," club president Mary-anne Loudon said.

In reserve-grade, Warwick won 28-14 to remain unbeaten.

Warwick went down 26-12 in the under-18 match.

The Cowboys will now regroup for the home games against Wattles on Sunday at Father Ranger Oval.

See A-grade scorers inside and more Cowboys news tomorrow.



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