Underdogs make mark on grand final

WE have concluded what has been a long but fantastic year for Tweed Byron Group 18 JRL.

The grand final day at Mullumimby was a huge success and it was good to see many teams winning with underdog status.

The crows witnessed some of the best junior rugby league we have seen all season, with many of the games not decided until the last five minutes of the second half.

To the referees and other match officials, thank you for a job well done. Thank you to all the volunteers in the Tweed Byron Group 18 JRL and the coaching staff of each grade.

  • UNDER-10: Tweed Coast Raiders 16 d Bilambil 10 - Player of the Final (POF) was Lachlan Medcraft. Tries: TCR - Owen Fredricks (2) and Brayden Hanlon; Bilambil - Mitchell Connolly and Wiliam Malone

Under-11: Bilambil 24 d Seagulls 6 - POF Noah Walker. Tries: Bilambil - Jack Rowles, Jesse Curtis, Sean Garner, Drew McCullough: Seagulls - Dylan Towell

Under-12: Mullumbimby 6 d TCR 0 - POF Jack De Costa. Try: Ethan Beal.

Under-13: Bilambil 42 d TCR 12 - POF Nic Burns. Tries: Bilambil - Nic Burns (6), Domonic Stac and Jackson Trinnie; TCR -- Brent Cowan and Brent Vrckovski.

Under-14: TCR 24 d Tugun 23 - POF Luke Campbell. Tries TCR - Tahnee Whitfield, Ben Andrews (2), Chris Wishart; Tugun - Jarrod Solway, Jack Thornton, Dylan Doyle.

Under-15: South Tweed Bears 19 d South Tweed Ospreys 18 - POF Jayden Johnson. Tries: Bears - Brock Foggo (2), Tyson Swift, Jordan Kammell; Ospreys - Jayden Johnson (2) and Dean Scrimgeour.

Under-16: Cudgen 20 d Bilambil 18 - POF Jayden White. Tries: Cudgen - Troy Carroll, Gerald Duncan, Kurt Hawkey; Bilambil - Ethan Crowe, Cory McGrady, Brent Laine.



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