IN ACTION: Toowoomba Valleys Vultures colts player Matthew Perrin tries to find space at Herb Steinohrt Oval.
IN ACTION: Toowoomba Valleys Vultures colts player Matthew Perrin tries to find space at Herb Steinohrt Oval. Nev Madsen

Varied results for Vultures at home

GRIDIRON: The Toowoomba Valleys Vultures colts ended their run of narrow losses in emphatic fashion as the club hosted its first home games of the Gridiron Queensland season.

The Vultures colts and men's teams played their first games at Herb Steinohrt Oval this season on Satureday and they had distinctly different results.

Toowoomba suffered a 40-3 loss to Gold Coast Stingrays to see the Vultures remain win-less after the first four games.

It was a happier outing for the Vultures colts though as they downed Logan Bengals 78-0 in an utterly dominant performance at home.

That was the first win for the Vultures colts from four games this season but the victory has been a long time coming.

The three games they lost to date have all been by margins of six points or less, so the Vultures colts have been very competitive to start the campaign.

The win sees the Vultures move up to fifth spot on the colts ladder.

They are back on the road this weekend when the Vultures colts take on unbeaten Bayside Ravens, while the Vultures men are away to undefeated South Brisbane Wildcats.

Their next home games are on October 14.



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