The Scenic Rim Discount Drug Store sponsored U14 Girls took on Jimboomba in their first home game of the Season at RS Willis Park on Saturday.
Team manager Nicole Weir said with the sad passing of Sienna's grandmother, the girls were determined to give Sienna and the home fans something to smile about.
The team started strong with some big runs up the middle by Aaliha Priday, Sarah Marr and Matilda Crumblin working hard to successfully get the Beaudesert Kingfishers into a scoring position.
"Matilda Crumblin crashed over to open up the scoring and converted her own try," she said.
"The home crowd got to see Sienna Close-Chilly in action with a 80 metre solo try to score under the post.
"Strong defence was shown by Mia Pashley,Jaleah Long and Abbey Unterrheiner to keep Jimboomba scoreless in the first half."
The half time instructions from coach Adam Marr were to spread the ball wide and "not go to sleep".
"The second half started with big runs by Jeorja Hearn and Isabella Duncan," Marr said. "Charli Weir showed her blistering pace with a 70 metre run down the touchline to score a great solo try.
"The girls started to play some razzle dazzle footy with Keiralee Hill putting a nice kick through for Mia to nearly score in the corner.
"The girls tried the chip and chase again and this time it paid off, with Sienna scoring on the full time hooter."
The home crowd got to see Sienna Close-Chilly in action with a 80 metre solo try to score under the post- Coach Adam Marr
The girls came out with a 46-0 victory and and smiles all round. Players of the Match were Abbey Unterrheiner, Jeorja Hearn and Sienna Close-Chilly The coach's award went to Issabella Duncan.
Games on the day started with a minute's silence for two community members who passed away last week.
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