The Singleton Roosters were unable to match Terrigal Avoca on the scoreboard last week when welcoming back Oliver Moody from injury.
MEANWHILE the Roosterettes also celebrated stalwart Brianna Howard, who commenced her junior career at the club in 2006, for her 50th senior game.
Again, the girls were unable to get the win at Port Stephens but it was fantastic to see her lead the goal kicking for the afternoon.
“Thank you to all the teammates, coaches and support that have encouraged me to be better and strive for success,” Howard said on Friday evening.
Geelong recruit Sarah Mousley also welcomed her visiting sister Johanna to the line-up as a one off.
THIS SATURDAY the club plays host to Wallsend-West Newcastle (reserves and women’s) and Wyong Lakes (seniors) for its Pink Day.
All funds for the day will go to the Breast Cancer Foundation and Cancer Council Australia.
By Alex Tigani