Forward scores four for Warwick

FORWARD John Trindall scored four tries and was named players’ player as the Warwick Cowboys beat Goondiwindi 28-18 in yesterday’s TRL A-grade game at Goondiwindi.

Centre Bob Nicholls scored two tries and halfback Trent Achilles landed two goals.

Brendan McNicol was outstanding in defence for the Warwick team.

Luke Brosnan had a strong game after moving from lock to five-eighth in place of club captain Ryan McIvor who was out injured.

McIvor, Scott Kerridge and A-grade captain Cameron Mulcahy were missing due to injury.

Club president Greg Carey said the score was 18-all at half-time.

“Goondiwindi put up a good effort,” Carey said.

After playing a full U18 game, Jeremy Jerome played a full game in A-grade on the wing.

Nathan Watts and Morgan Taylor backed up in A-grade after playing full games in reserve grade.

Carey said the club had injuries in all grades and a number of players had other commitments which stretched numbers yesterday.

In a shock result, Gatton beat Dalby at Dalby in A-grade.

Goondiwindi beat Warwick 36-28 in the reserve-grade game.

David Hallman was a runaway winner in the players’ player award for his team.

Centre Kieran Nolan was best back and Hallman the best forward.

Warwick won 54-4 in the U18 game.

Jerome was players’ player.

 

Reunion tickets

TICKETS are running out for the Warwick Cowboys 25th Reunion Dinner on Saturday night at St Mary’s Hall.

Cowboys president Greg Carey said tickets were still available for $35 at Carey Brothers Meats or from Brian Sullivan on 4661  3025.

The reunion starts with a get-together at the Condamine Sports Club at 6pm Friday and finishes with four games against Valleys on Sunday.



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