The Moree Boomerangs travelled to Tenterfield to play at the weekend.
Four teams competed against Tenterfield including the ladies tag, under 18s, reserve grade and first grade sides.
First grade were too strong for Tenterfield winning 34-18.
Moree Boomerangs president Mitchell Johnson said the game was hotly contested with the score changing hands throughout the first half.
“The boys showed up on the day and were too strong for Tenterfield in the end,” Johnson said.
With six players from the Rangs A grade side making representative selection things are looking good this season, according to Johnson.
“A few of our key players are setting the standard for some of our up and comers which is a good sign,” Johnson said.
Fierce attack from the visitors, combined with poor ball control and tackling from the home side, allowed the Boomerangs to walk away with the win.
The forwards kept the ball rolling forward and the backs were solid in defence, according to Johnson.
Reserve grade kept their strong form knocking over Tenterfield 50-28.
“They have been playing well all season and will be a tough side to beat this year,” he said.
The under 18s weren’t so lucky narrowly missing out against Tenterfield 34-26.
The girls league tag team also couldn’t keep up with the home side going down 36-20.
The Rangs will be playing this weekend at Taylor Oval against the Inverell Hawks.
League tag will kick off at 11am and first grade will be running on at 3pm.