THE Muswellbrook and District Junior Rugby League Football Club capped off a big year by winning four titles at the weekend.
The organisation boasted six representatives in the girls’ league tag and boys’ age competition deciders – and almost enjoyed a 100 per cent strike rate.
“It’s been a massive season,” publicity officer Michelle Williams said.
“And, we’re proud of all the kids.”
The under-12 girls claimed their crown against Singleton, thanks to a 24-4 triumph, with Ramette Isla Johnston being named Player of the Match.
The under-14s also knocked over Singleton, this time to the tune of 34-16.
Youngster Matilda Jones picked up the Player of the Match honours.
Unfortunately, the under-16s lost their encounter 28-0, finishing runners up to Singleton.
The Rams’ under-12s secured their division three title in 2017, remaining undefeated.
And, in the newly-developed Arnott Cup division two series, the boys collected runners up after West Maitland prevailed 20-16.
The under-13s were deemed both minor and major premiers.
With Muswellbrook fullback Brody Perry leading the way, the Rams defeated West Maitland 28-10.
The club’s presentation day is set down for Saturday, September 16, over two locations.
“We’ll be at the Muswellbrook Race Club from 10am until noon – for the under-6s through to under-11s; and then the Muswellbrook RSL Club between 3pm and 5pm for the under-12s through to the under-16s,” Williams said.
“The AGM will take place at the Muswellbrook RSL Club on Wednesday, September 6, from 6.30pm.”