Cowboys C-grade play Pittsworth at home on Saturday.
Cowboys C-grade play Pittsworth at home on Saturday.

Warwick Cowboys u-18s strong win

AFTER a moderate start to the season, the Warwick Cowboys under-18 side bounced back with a strong win against the Pittsworth Danes last weekend.

The victory gives them confidence for the local derby against Wattles on Sunday at Platz Oval, Clifton.

The Warwick forwards laid the platform and totally dominated against Pittsworth.

Brayden Hockings, Luke Coombes and Jackson Brookman were the pick of the forwards.

The backline had a much improved game with Michael O’Keefe, Jeremy Jerome and Sam Olsen all impressive, especially Jerome and O’Keefe who both created plenty of opportunities.

Paul Cantwell attacked the line and Dylan Watt, Scott Fisher and Jack Thomas all caused headaches from dummy half.

Ty Bryan, Travis Burton and Lindsay Locke all made an impact off the bench.

Coach George McVeigh was very pleased with the young Cowboys’ effort and attitude.

O’Keefe was best back and Brayden Hockings best forward and players’ player.

Carey Bros/Mullaly Concreting C-grade bounced back from a disappointing loss at Gatton to show spectators that the old boys and young guns can still produce rugged and exciting football in their convincing win over the Pittsworth Danes on Saturday.

The side welcomes back General James “Jim Bob” Jerome who will give the side extra spark in attack.

With Wattles not fielding a C-grade side, the Warwick boys get to kick back and enjoy the footy this Sunday.

The U18 game at Wattles is the first local derby at 11.30am Sunday. A-grade kick-off is at 2.30pm.



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