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Metropolitan West get better of rivals to claim league title

TROPHY HOLDERS: Metropolitan West won the Vic Jensen Carnival grand-final against Capricornia.
TROPHY HOLDERS: Metropolitan West won the Vic Jensen Carnival grand-final against Capricornia. Linden Morris

THE Vic Jensen 11 Years Rugby League Carnival finished on a high note last week, with Met West taking top honours.

Day 4 - Thursday

Sunshine Coast 18 (tries: Saxon Crozier, Jake Smallhorn and Kai-Noa Wynyard; goals: Dylan Willis-Muir, Chad Stewart and Brock Kehl) defeated Darling Downs 6 (ties: Maconal Grealy; goals: Joshua Chappell).

Metropolitan North 24 (tries: Ezekiel Amituanai, Noah Gilbert, Ethan Olsen and Jeremiah Woodward; goals: Brocco Uhrle, William Prestwidge, Ryan Greensill and Noah Gilbert) defeated Wide Bay 10 (tries: Darcy Cartwright and Selwyn Cobbo tries; goals: Blake Shirley).

Metropolitan West (tries: Rixson Andrew, Kedan Chan-Tung, Wilkin Kebbell and Junior Tusa; goals: Samuel Walker, Mitchell Neuendorf, Josiah Mauga and Byron Johnson) defeated Metropolitan East 0.

Capricornia 12 (tries: Jack Howarth and Brayden Rybarczyk; goals: Connor Claridge and Jackson Hoyland) defeated South Coast 0.

Day 5 - Friday

Wide Day 24 (tries: Ben Buggy, Patrick Hoult, Torey Kirby and Zac Laybutt; goals: Matthew Pearce, Zac Laybutt, Connor O'Dea and Liam Kenny) defeated Darling Downs 0.

Metropolitan North 36 (tries: Brocco Uhrle 2, Ethan Olsen, Kaden Lomas, Keegan Vandenberg and Poasi Manu tries; goals: Brocco Uhrle, Jeremiah Woodward, Oskar Rayner, Noah Gilbert, Will Prestwide and Ryan Greensill) defeated Sunshine Coast 6 (tries: Kai-Noa Wynyard; goals: Chad Stewart).

Metropolitan East 20 (tries: Grant Tuisamoa 2, Linston Tominiko and Conor Lalor-Brennan; goals: Conor Lalor-Brennan and Riley Adams) defeated South Coast 4 (tries: Kalani Skipps).

Grand-final - Metropolitan West 12 (tries: Jamaine Laei and Alapati Sooalo; goals: Jamaine Laei and Byron Johnson) defeated Capricornia 0.

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