Our smokin? guns
By RACHAEL BORICH ? THE Rockhampton Stadium Nightclub Rockets' young guns have arrived in force.
The opened their Cavalier Corporation QABL Sunstate Division 2005 season in comfortable fashion with a 103-82 win over Mackay at Rockhampton's Hegvold Stadium on Saturday night.
It was a game where the Rockets heralded the arrival of 19-year-old guards Glenn Scott and Peter Trenerry.
Both junior products from the Capricorn Coast and Rockhampton junior programs, the duo returned to Rockhampton this season seeking stronger opposition after a season in the QABL's Southern Cross league for Hervey Bay.
"It was great ? I was loving it,'' Scott said.
Scott went on a three-point scoring spree hitting six for the game to finish with 31 points, just one point behind his older brother Paul Scott.
Trenerry made his intentions clear that he has now moved up from being one of the Rockets' bench warmers.
Trenerry started on the bench, but was injected into the play early in the first quarter and played 28 minutes.
Rockets captain Darren Richardson was also called on with injured Rockets point guard Mike McShane suited up, but rested for the game with an ankle injury.
Trenerry spoke to Tweedy during the week about his possible increased involvement.
"It's good to be back.