Killarney Cutters footballer Brett Watts tackles Stanthorpe Gremlins prop Leon Karena at Charlie Andrews Oval.
Killarney Cutters footballer Brett Watts tackles Stanthorpe Gremlins prop Leon Karena at Charlie Andrews Oval. John Towells

Kicker lands 11 for Stanthorpe

JASON Wilmot landed 11 goals as Stanthorpe returned to the winners circle with a 70-6 victory against the Killarney Cutters in A-grade Border Rugby League action on Saturday.

Dion Galloway scored the only try for the home side and Brett Watts landed a conversion.

Border Bushrangers representative player Pat Toohey led the try scoring with three for the Gremlins.

Texas and Tenterfield played a 30-all draw in A-grade at Texas on Saturday.

In reserve grade, Texas scored its first win of the season with a victory against Tenterfield

SCORES: Stanthorpe 70 (Pat Toohey 3, Andrew Thorne 2, Nathan Shatte 2, Brad Crisp, Matt Rudd, Matthew Hendry, Leon Karena, Sam Dowie 1 each tries, Jason Wilmot 11 goals) d Killarney 6 (Dion Galloway try, Brett Watts goal)

Referees’ points: 3 Jason Wilmot (Stanthorpe), 2 Shane Freier (Killarney), 1 Dale Perkins (Stanthorpe).

 

Wattles brave

WATTLES played bravely before going down 36-22 to top-five side Brothers in A-grade rugby league in Toowoomba yesterday.

Second rower Brady Glass was one of the best for Wattles while halfback Scott Murdoch won the players’ player award.

Tim Hentschell was strong at five-eighth.

In reserve grade, Wattles went down 36-4 with Alex Holihan a star in the front row.

Travis Williams and Ryan Wilson also played well. Wattles lost 54-14 in the under-18 game.



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