Goondiwindi Blue on a winning streak

Killarney Cutters forward Mick Bowman is hit by the Tenterfield Tigers defence in the Cutters 34–26 loss on Saturday.
Killarney Cutters forward Mick Bowman is hit by the Tenterfield Tigers defence in the Cutters 34–26 loss on Saturday. John Towells

GOONDIWINDI Blue is the only undefeated team in the Border Rugby League after round 3 games on Saturday.

In the late game of the double header at Gilbert Oval in front of a large crowd on Saturday night, Goondiwindi Blue won 30-22 against premiers Inglewood.

Prop Sililo Stavenow continued his outstanding form with two tries for Blue.

Halfback Scott Marsh (Blue) and forward Brent Bennett (Inglewood) were the best players on the field.

Tenterfield recorded its first win of the season with a 34-26 victory against the previously undefeated Killarney at Charlie Andrews Oval on Saturday.

The team from NSW scored three tries in the first 10 minutes of the game while the home side was let down by poor ball security.

Both fullbacks had a field day. Brendan Minns scored three tries for the winners and Michael Marshall notched up 14 points for Killarney.

Goondiwindi Maroon won their first game in the competition 46-16 against Texas. Five-eighth Tim Tribe scored four tries for the winners.

Stanthorpe pair Jason Cobon and Liam Lawton scored two tries each in a 48-22 win against Wallangarra.



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