The Singleton Roosters’ junior line-ups will enter this Sunday’s clashes as favourites at all levels such has been their red hot form in the past fortnight.
The Singleton Roosters’ under-11 side remain undefeated in the region’s U11 Giants league thanks to hard fought win on Sunday.
After claiming a hard fought 14-point win over Newcastle City, Simon Trickey’s line-up travelled to Feighan Oval and celebrated a huge victory over Warners Bay Red.
The visitors held the home side to 0.3 (3) by the final siren.
Singleton will now play host to Port Stephens at 10am this Sunday in the top of the table clash (neither side has faced a defeat yet).
Youth Girls (Under-13)
The Singleton Roosters’ Youth Girls also remain undefeated thanks to their 9.10 (64) to 2.0 (12) win over Warners Bay on the adjacent field.
Jessica Borg led the team out in her 50th club game while fellow 50-gamer Lilly-Jane Williams was pivotal from start to finish.
Tyla Matthews also starred on debut with a goal in the second term.
“Warners Bay had the depth and some talented players on their list but thankfully momentum swung in our favour after a quarter time rev up,” coach Alex Tigani explained.
“A special shoutout to Milly Stephenson who also kicked her first goal for the club and to Lily Bos who played half the game in the ruck.”
Singleton will now play host to bottom-of-the-table side Nelson Bay at 11am this Sunday.
The Singleton Roosters under-13 side made the biggest statement in the competition on Sunday afternoon when holding a narrow lead in the dying stages of their clash.
Trailing the undefeated Newcastle City at No 1 Sportsground, the travelling parents and officials were left screaming in excitement when the Roosters looked set to hand the home side their first defeat for season 2020.
However, it was not to be as Newcastle City captured a 5.7 (47) to 6.4 (40) victory.
Singleton (fifth) will now play host to Warners Bay Red (sixth) in the bottom of the table clash this Sunday at 12.20pm.
The Warriors will aim for a 6-0 start to the season when travelling to Cardiff this Sunday for what looms to be a thrilling second vs. third clash.
Last week the side, which features Singleton players, proved to be a class above Niagara Park in their 13.12 (90) to 0.0 (0) win.
The action will then continue at 3.20pm at Max McMahon Oval when Maitland (fourth), featuring Singleton players, plays host to the undefeated Newcastle City.
The Saints celebrated victories over The Entrance Bateau Bay, Northern Sharks and Warners Bay however were unable to match Cardiff on Sunday (facing a 90-point defeat).