The Weebolla Bulls had a solid 55-3 win over Quirindi at the weekend.
In testing conditions the Bulls controlled the ball well, particularly in the second half.
Matty Wannan, Simon Hall and John Adams played exceptionally well according to coach Jamie Hardman.
“We started the first half a little bit slow, heading into the break 14-3,” Hardman said.
“Wannan received the three points for us. He was consistent from start to finish.”
Reserve grade had a bye after Quirindi failed to fill a team.
The Bulls will be coming up against Inverell at Inverell this weekend.
Their first grade side is currently sitting first on the ladder.
Inverell reserve grade is sitting fourth.
Hardman is expecting a tight game this weekend in both grades.
“Inverell are always going to be tough to beat at home but if we play at our best we have a good chance of winning.”
The Moree Boomerangs knocked over Tenterfield at home in three grades on Saturday afternoon.
First grade dominated the visitors 42-18.
Reserve grade kept their winning streak alive with a 72-6 thrashing over Tenterfield.
The under 18s had a hotly contested battle against the visitors but came out on top 32-16.
The ladies league tag went down 14-6.
The Moree Boars were scheduled to play North Tamworth at home at the weekend.
Unfortunately due to wet weather the game was washed out.
Coach Todd Mitchell said the washout would mean the games would be listed as a draw.
They will be playing West Tamworth at home this weekend.
On July 19 the Moree Golf Club is running the Ken Slack Memorial Charity Golf Day.
This year the proceeds will go towards the flood restoration of Moree Golf Course, as well as the Moree Cancer Support Group. This will be the sixth time the golf day has been conducted and so far $22,500 has been raised for charity.
The format is a four-person Ambrose competition that will commence with a shotgun start at 11am on Thursday. The cost of the day includes a barbecue lunch, the competition and snack food after play. Nominations may be made on the sheet at the Golf Club in “Captain’s Corner”.
On the day a raffle will be sold and drawn to help with the fund raising. Tickets are available from the Moree Golf Club or members of the veteran’s golf group.
The Moree PCYC has reached a milestone 1000 members. The club would like to congratulate Jardi Knox for being the 1000th member.
Jardi can now nominate any sport and the PCYC will give him free access.
A new competition of junior futsal (indoor soccer) will start on July 17. Division four will be for five to seven-year-olds and division three for eight to 10-year-olds.
On Wednesday the competition will start for division two, 11 to 13-year-olds and division one, 14 to 17-year-olds.
Moree basketball is back and men and women’s competitions start July 23.
Team and individual nominations will be accepted.
The game between Moree FC and Tamworth FC was postponed due to wet weather.
Coach Darrel Smith said the game would be played at a later date at some stage this season.
“Two of the teams in the conference had a game at the weekend so we will be replaying the match at a later date,” Smith said.
Smith said the Moree side were keen for a tough match against Oxley Vale who is the competition leaders this weekend at home.