Canowindra Tigers played Burrangong Bears on Sunday and were expected to win and they didn’t disappoint, winning the game 64 points to 4.
Burrangong put up a gallant effort in the first half containing the Tigers to only 18 points to 4 at half time. Some players were rested due to some minor injuries which allowed the opportunity for some junior players to have a run and they played really well. In the first half Canowindra were a little disjointed as their combination broke down at certain times. After some good words from the coach Dan Barclay they worked on their set plays and eyes up football to run in 42 points in the second half in a very good display of rugby league.
Congratulations to Angus Fisher on making his first grade debut, he performed really well.
This put the Tigers in 2nd spot with 2 rounds left. 3 points went to Tim Wythes, 2 points to Lachlan Robinson and 1 point each to Shannon Lee, Alex Willson and Alan Clark. Player’s player was Lachlan Robinson.
Next week the Tigers take on competition leaders Trundle at Trundle and the week after they play a home game against Eugowra on Saturday.