Fun and sun at the 2021 Tully and District Show
Brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine shone down on the 2021 T
INNISFAIL Leprechauns were at home against the winless Atherton Roosters last Saturday at Callendar Park where the home side prevailed 28 – 8 and denied the Roosters their first win of the season.
Aaron Jolley scored two tries for Innisfail and Andrew Garrett, Cedrick Valentine and Yaza Stephen chipped in with one try apiece whilst Jolley slotted three goals and Daniel Mooka one.
Yaza Stephen was named Player of the Match.
After the match, Innisfail’s A-grade coach Leon Hallie’s expressed his frustration as to no real game flow, which meant the team couldn’t really put together any passages of play for an extended period of time.
“With the crack down on high shots, and the amount of penalties it didn’t allow us to achieve what we wanted out of the game.”
“Effort is always there from the boys however, discipline is letting us down at this stage of the season which will have to be tidied up if we are to be a contender this year.”
“I was happy with Jayden Epong and Owen Williams who made their A grade debuts, whilst Elia Mooka had a solid start after his return from injury.”
Atherton proved too strong for the home side in the Under 18 game with a 26 – 16 win. One of Innisfail’s Under 16 players Luke Magnanini was rewarded with the Player of the Match award.
At full time in Reserve grade, the scoreboard was 30 – 16 in favour of Innisfail, and Matthew Barham was the Player of the Match.
Innisfail Leps Open Women’s team registered a convincing 16 – 4 victory over Atherton, with Melissa Banu being named Player of the Match.
CDRL Round 8 fixtures – June 5 – 6
Innisfail 28 defeated Atherton 8
Edmonton 38 defeated Kangaroos 22
Yarrabah 26 defeated Mossman-Port Douglas 12
Southern Suburbs 24 drew with Mareeba 24
Cairns Brothers 34 defeated Tully 12
CDRL Ladder: Cairns Brothers 16, Innisfail 12, Yarrabah 12, Ivanhoes 10, Kangaroos 10, Southern Suburbs 10, Mossman-Port Douglas 9, Edmonton 7, Mareeba 4, Tully Tigers 4 and Atherton 2.
Innisfail 30 defeated Atherton 16
Edmonton 36 defeated Kangaroos 4
Southern Suburbs 38 defeated Mareeba 24
Cairns Brothers 38 defeated Tully 12
Mossman-Port Douglas 52 defeated Yarrabah 16
Atherton 26 defeated Innisfail 16
Kangaroos 26 defeated Edmonton 10
Mossman-Port Douglas 20 defeated Yarrabah 18
Mareeba 36 defeated Southern Suburbs 10
Tully 30 defeated Cairns Brothers 20
Innisfail 16 defeated Atherton 4
Kangaroos 28 defeated Edmonton 12
Ivanhoes 28 defeated Yarrabah 4
Innisfail Leprechauns, who are currently sitting second on the ladder will head south to Tully Showgrounds tomorrow for the highly anticipated Cassowary Coast derby and despite some close score lines, Tully are still seeking their first win of the season.
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Brilliant blue skies and bright sunshine shone down on the 2021 Tully and District Show, held last Friday and Saturday, July 23 and 24, 2021.
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