Wet weather had no impact on our little rugby league players
RAIN did not deter boys and girls as young as five who lined up in Warwick and District Junior Rugby League fixtures on a wet Saturday across the region.
It was the battle of the two clubs with most premiership success last season when Collegians hosted Goondiwindi in Warwick on a day which doubled as the annual Collegians charity day to help the battle against breast cancer.
The club raised a four-figure sum for Cancer Council Queensland.
The under-16 players from Collegians purchased jerseys paid for by five different sponsors which helped boost the fund-raising effort.
Collegians U7 to U12 players and the girls in leaguetag purchased pink wrist bands and U13 and U14 players purchased pink socks to help the battle against breast cancer. Goondiwindi and Collegians supporters bought tickets in two $50 boards to help the fundraising.
Warwick & District Junior Rugby League – Round 7
Under 11: Goondiwindi 22 d Collegians 16, Tenterfield 44 d Millwood 10.
Under 12: Goondiwindi 22 d Collegians 10, Wattles 38 d Stanthorpe 22, Tenterfield 20 d Millwood 12.
Under 13: Collegians 34 d Goondiwindi 14.
Under 14: Collegians White 40 d Goondiwindi 12, Wattles 42 d Stanthorpe/Millwood 0, Collegians Blue 70 d Eastern Suburbs 20.
Under 16: Goondiwindi 28 d Collegians 10, Stanthorpe 22 d Collegians 10.
Under 16 girls leaguetag: Goondiwindi 44 d Collegians 0, Tenterfield 16 d Millwood 6.
(Scores from U7 to U10 not recorded as games not competitive)