Beaudesert Warriors under 15s were far too strong for the Caboolture Snakes last weekend running away 33-nil winners.
Caboolture had their Morayfield home ground advantage but Warriors had possession of the ball and so unfolded the first half for the Warriors and the Snakes game plan unravelled.
Hard runs from props Dylan Hahn, Lachlan Muir and hooker Antony Wedhorn carrying the ball up the centre and the tireless pick and drive action from the Warriors forward pack was finished off with quick recycling of the ball and backline footwork with tries to Quinn Beggs and Alex Gilliland.
Jeremy Smith’s boot was on target with three from four conversions and the Warriors were comfortably in front 26-nil at the half-time siren.
In the second half Caboolture lifted and so too did the intensity at the breakdown, with regular restarts with scrums strongly contested and both sides winning against the feeds to even up possession.
It was the Warriors solid defence through wingers Adam Bowles and Cooper Garnett backed up in support by Oliver Longhurst-King and Petersen Gilbert, chipping away at the Snakes resolution that ultimately shifted the tide back in the Warriors favour and a late try in the second half to finish off the match 33-nil.
Scrummaging, lineout skills and positioning to ensure safe and effective technique and advantage was applauded by coach Jed Edwards with special mention to Brad and Antony Wedhorn, Lachlan Muir and player of the match Dylan Hahn.
Warriors travel up the mountain to play Tamborine Mountain Rugby on Sunday with kick off at 1.20pm.
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