FOCUSED: Lachlan Wake outran Brothers players at the Proserpine Junior Sports Complex. Photo Charlotte Lam / Whitsunday Times
FOCUSED: Lachlan Wake outran Brothers players at the Proserpine Junior Sports Complex. Photo Charlotte Lam / Whitsunday Times

Under-8s in strong win

RUGBY LEAGUE: The Proserpine Whitsunday Junior Brahmans had four wins on Saturday morning, led by a dominant performance by the under-8s.

They were clinical in their dismantling of Brothers at the Proserpine Junior Sports Complex and won 46-6.

In other results the under-9s went down to Brothers 16-8 while the under-12s were caught in a stalemate.

Neither the Brahmans nor Brothers could find the line, leaving the score locked at 0-0 after an epic tussle.

The under-13s went down to Brothers 22-16 in a thriller while the 14s played out a similarly close encounter.

Brothers won 24-22 in what was one of the games of the day.

The under-15s rejoiced with a well-deserved 20-12 win over Brothers while the 16s were triumphant on the road.

Whitsunday's under-16s beat Sarina 36-6 in Mackay in what was a convincing display.

The under-7s won one of their two games on Saturday.

In their first match they went down 32-8 despite a gutsy performance before bouncing back in their second game to win 32-16.

RESULTS

Brothers def under-7s 32-8, under-7s def Brothers 32-16

Under-8s def Brothers 46-6

Brothers def under-9s 16-8

Under-12s drew Brothers 0-0

Brothers def under-13s 22-16

Brothers def under-14s 24-22

Under-15s def Brothers 20-12

Under-16s def Sarina 36-6


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