Mixed day in home round for Cowboys against Souths
RUGBY LEAGUE: It was one win, one draw and two losses for the Warwick Cowboys in the TRL round against Souths.
It was 12-all at half-time in A grade before Warwick took the lead in the second minute of the second half with a try to centre Dylan Galloway.
Ten minutes later, Warwick increased the lead to 24-12 after fullback Craig Donn kicked ahead, the ball hit an upright and he picked up the crumbs to score. Souths fought back to level it at 24-all with two converted tries and despite plenty of chances, neither side could break the deadlock.
The Warwick Cowboys reserve-grade side is still odds on to make the President’s Cup final despite a 28-8 loss to Souths in the TRL.
It was the first loss of the season for a side which has impressed every week under coach Tim Doyle.
James Breen was best forward and Chris McGregor the best back.
The Warwick under-18 side maintained its President’s Cup hopes with a 48-24 victory.
Brad Morrish was best back, Matt Titcomb best forward and Isaac Chaffey players’ player.
Warwick lost 36-10 in second division. Mick Brackin was best back and Jay Hankinson best forward.
Warwick is away to Goondiwindi on Sunday in the last game of the first round.
A-GRADE SCORERS: Warwick 24 (Brook Croft, Craig Donn, Dylan Galloway, Paul Cantwell tries, Dylan Galloway 2, Mick Bloomfield 2 goals) drew with Souths 24 (Aaron Hooper 3, Corey Blades tries, Luke Nolan 4 goals). Best forward San Broomhall, best back Craig Donn.