Singleton’s success at junior level continued at Maitland on Thursday evening when the Warriors celebrated a 36-point victory over the Saints in the under-15 clash.
The Warriors, featuring eight Singleton players, are now on top of the ladder thanks to an 8-0 start.
The Singleton Roosters’ under-11 side will aim for a 10-0 start when they play host to Nelson Bay this Sunday (10am).
Simon Trickey’s line-up did enough to keep Warners Bay scoreless throughout their clash at Feighan Oval last week.
Youth Girls (Under-13)
The Singleton’s Youth Girls side will aim for a seventh straight win when they play host to Newcastle City this Sunday (11.20pm).
A total of 13 of the 15 selected have already scored goals this season.
Head coach Alex Tigani hopes all team members are able to land a major by season’s end.
The Roosters were unable to hold off Cardiff at the Pasterfield Sports Complex last week.
Nevertheless head coach Paul Chandler was still proud of what he witnessed in the final term of their 21-point defeat.
“We probably out scored the opposition after half time when you look back on the positives,” Chandler said post match.
The line-up will now play host to Maitland this Sunday (12:40pm) in a do or die fourth vs. fifth clash.
The Warriors will now sit on top of the AFL Hunter Central Coast under-15 ladder thanks to a 36-point win over Maitland on Thursday.
The visitors were neck in neck at Max McMahon Oval before scoring seven unanswered goals after the main break.
They will now play host to Northern Sharks at Tulkaba Park this Sunday (11am).
Maitland, featuring Singleton names such as Daltyn McCartney and Cameron Saunders, have climbed to fifth on the table after knocking out Terrigal by 17-points last week.
The Saints will now travel to take on fourth placed Killarney Vale at Adelaide Street Oval (1pm).