The McPherson under 7's travelled to Dubbo on Saturday and played Narromine in awful conditions.
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We started with only 4 players and let in a few tries until Beau arrived and helped straighten out the attack.
Saxon got a great try, but was upstaged by his brother Oscar who scooted through for his first try- well done mate!
Narromine lent us some players which helped even things up.
Our defence improved in the second half, with Lebron running down a Narromine player and tackling him over the side line.
Bill had his best game of the year, putting his hand up to do plenty of runs and was our man of the match.
Off to Nyngan this week for a 9am game.
The French Taste Bakery Under 8's travelled to Dubbo last Saturday to take on the Narromine Jets in conditions that only Eskimos would be proud of.
The ground was very heavy underfoot, however this didn't stop Ned Hewes from scooting over for Parkes first try.
The young Spacemen then dug deep in defence with some copy book, 'ball and all tackling'.
Bradley Lewis again led the way upfront with some bullocking runs to score two tries for the day.
Some quick thinking from Harvey O'Keefe ,who caught the opposition asleep, paved the way for his first try of the day.
Braxtin Mulligan was playing dry weather footy, tip-toeing through the defence at every opportunity.
Coach Benjamin Lovett brought the lads together at half time trying to compose the side who were full of running.
Someone must have put raspberry cordial in the boy's drink bottles as they came out in the second half like there was no tomorrow.
In the second half Aisea Folau was leading the way with some strong running which led to Carter Moran's second try while Ned Hewes scored his 4th try of the season.
The boys displayed some great skills in the wet muddy conditions both in attack and defence.
Carter Moran finished the game with a full length of the field try which topped off a Man of the Match performance.
The MP Home Design and Develop Under-10 Mod League Tag girls played against Nyngan last week.
The final score of the game was 20-18 with the girls just missing out on the win.
Players player was given to Emma Hando, who had an excellent game.
Once again, it was raining and miserable during the game, with the girls being saturated and covered in mud but they still continue to have smiles on their faces.
The Bob Skinner Painting and Decorating Junior League Tag team played Narromine last Saturday and won 32-0.
Tries were scored by Grace MacGregor, Grace Milne, Missy Cornelissen-Birch, Meg Mahon and Bill Mahon.
The Brian Collins Smash Repairs/Agriwest Under 16's travelled to Dubbo on Saturday for a top of the table clash against St Johns.
They had rain, hail and shine yet still managed to bounce back from last week's performance with a solid all-round team commitment seeing the boys sticking together well.
Joe Morrison crossed the line for our first try with the conversion unsuccessful.
Toby Miller scored two tries for the match with the full-time score being 16-8.
The Hanson Plumbing and Parkes Services Club Senior League Tag Whites suffered a 24-16 loss last Saturday against Red Bend.
Tries for Parkes were scored by Macy Morrison (2) and Jordan Howard, with two successful conversions from Cheyenne Kelly.
The Hanson Plumbing and Parkes Services Club Senior League Tag Blues took on the undefeated St Johns in Dubbo on a very cold and wet Saturday morning.
The Blues only had 1 reserve for the game, so their fitness was going to be tested.
After some great tagging out wide by Ella Wilkinson and Izzy Miller, Teagan Smede made a break to score the first try of game, before successfully converting the try herself.
Dubbo scored a try soon after to bring the score back to 6-all.
Lily Crocker and Gigi Stitt continued to work hard in defence, leading to the Blues getting a penalty.
Jorja Simpson took the tap and went through the defensive line to score, taking the half-time score to 10-6.
St Johns came out much stronger in the second half, continuing to pile the pressure on the Blues.
The Parkes team defended five sets in a row on their try line , but couldn't be broken, keeping the score at 10-6.
Great runs from Jasmine Collier, Chyler Skillin and Dani Goodrick saw Parkes get out of trouble but the St Johns team kept making that last tag to stop a try.
St Johns worked hard to score again, bringing the score to 10-all.
The Blues made some great breaks towards the end of the match trying to get the matchwinner, but the St Johns defence held them out.
Paige Hanson and Ellie Toohey were both outstanding playing their best games of the season.
The final score was 10-all. The first half was the best the girls had played all year, and shows how hard they have been working on their attack, defence and fitness at training.
Try scorers: Jorja Simpson and Teagan Smede; Goals: Teagan Smede (1).
Had the bye: Under 10's, Under 14's
Playing Friday night at Pioneer Oval: Both under 12 sides will be playing each other, the under 16's will be playing Red Bend.
In other rugby league news, the Penrith Panthers, full of Central West juniors and our own Billy Burns, are still top of the table heading into their Round 16 clash with the West Tigers.
Unfortunately for Forbes' Charlie Staines, he is still sidelined with a hamstring injury, though there are still plenty in rugby league circles that are confident he could be the next big thing.
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