Photo Linden Morris / Stanthorpe Border Post
Photo Linden Morris / Stanthorpe Border Post Linden Morris

Festival of terrific footy

THE Vic Jensen 11 Years Rugby League Carnival has continued to please spectators.

Days two and three have provided some quality games of football keeping everyone on the edge of their seats.

Day 2

Wide Bay 6 (tries: Matthew Pearce try, goals: Zac Laybutt) drew Sunshine Coast 6 (tries: Dylan Willis-Muir, goals: Chad Stewart).

South Coast 22 (tries: Keegan Jelacic, Matthew Thomsen, Kalani Skipps and Declan White, goals: Kobe Annakin, Liam Matapo and Reece Walsh) defeated Darling Downs 0.

Metropolitan West 18 (tries: Andrew Brown, Jamaine Laei and Alapati Sooala, goals: Thomas Tronc, Mitchell Harsant and Byron Johnson) defeated Capricornia 12 (tries: Lukas Ripley and Tevita Toloi, goals: Connor Claridge and Jackson Hoyland).

Metropolitan East 12 (tries: Linston Tominiko and William Parslow, goals: Riley Adams and Conor Lalor-Brennan) defeated Metropolitan North 6 (tries: Liam Ward, goals: William Prestwidge).

Day 3

South Coast 6 (tries: Noah Twidale, goals: Matthew Thomsen) defeated Metropolitan North 0.

Wide Bay 6 (tries: Matthew Pearce, goals: Zac Laybutt) defeated Metropolitan West 0.

Metropolitan East 10 (tries: Riley Adams and Jayde Williams, goals: Conor Lalor-Brennan) defeated Darling Downs 0.

Capricornia 16 (tries: Jack Howarth 2 and Joshua Dearden, goals: Connor Claridge and Jackson Hoyland) defeated Sunshine Coast 0.

For the results of the games on Thursday and Friday see Tuesday's Border Post.

To view and purchase photos taken at all games this week visit stanthorpeborderpost .com.au and go to the Photos section.

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