Reabel helps two teams to victory



? ROCKHAMPTON point-scoring machine Anthony Reabel continues to impress in the countdown to this year's State titles.

Reabel has enjoyed another bumper weekend of club and representative rugby league duties.

After scoring a hat-trick for his Brothers under-13 side on Friday night, Reabel was at his attacking best on Sunday to help the Rockhampton Rustlers produce a clean sweep against the Central Highlands at Browne Park.

Reabel bagged a double in Rockhampton's hard-fought 18-6 win over the Highlands.

The Rockhampton under-16 team was equally impressive with a powerful 44-6 win.

Ryan Frazer and Mitchell Zornig both scored doubles for the home side.

The Rockhampton under-14 side also posted a strong 44-10 win. Matthew Carolan and Kalen Barrett both scored two tries while Michael Dixon was on target, kicking six goals.

In the under-15s, two tries from Joshua Edwards helped Rockhampton to a thrilling 14-12 win.

The goalkicking of Jay Stafford also proved the difference with both teams scoring three tries.

Rockhampton teams continue their build-up to this year's Central Queensland titles in Gladstone this weekend.

Emerald will host the Central Queensland titles from April 29 to May 1 before the State titles hit Maroochydore in July.



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