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Colts and Thoroughbreds set the early pace

April 29, 2024 6:50 am in by
Greta-Branxton hooker Nick Lawrence sends the ball from dummy half to team mate Billy Mitchell during their 58-16 Round Two win over Singleton at Pirtek Park in the Group 21 First Grade Rugby League Competition. Image: Darren Cutrupi

Greta-Branxton and Scone have shown why they’ll be the teams to beat in the Group 21 First Grade Competition this year.

The Colts travelled to Pirtek Park yesterday afternoon for their round two clash against Singleton.

Despite it being their first game of the season after last week’s clash with Muswellbrook was postponed…they still put on an impressive display.

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They flogged the Greyhounds 58-16.

On Saturday defending champs, the Thoroughbreds levelled out Denman 46-4 at Scone Park.

Aberdeen put the Rams to the sword 26-12 at Alex McKinnon Oval.

Greta Branxton fullback Zac Leonard jumps to catch a bomb from Singleton at Pirtek Park. Image: Darren Cutrupi
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