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Two chances at glory for Yeppoon High

Yeppoon High Rams.
Yeppoon High Rams.

LAST week created exciting opportunities for the Yeppoon High Rams, with three teams playing off for a chance to compete in a grand final in their respective divisions.

The 7B side has had an outstanding season, going undefeated during the regular season, but the side could not overcome a tough TCC outfit in its semi-final, going down 28 to 16. It was a tough lesson for the boys to learn but they can be proud of their season in the 7B competition. Standout players included Stanley Sims, Clay McCleary and Isaac Kime.

The grade 10 side has had a solid season which continues to build after a well-disciplined semi-final victory over North Rockhampton High in the 10B competition last week.

With the scores even at half time the Rams displayed some smart and disciplined football to come away with a 22 to 10 win. Standout players included Kurtis Holzheimer, Riley Webster and Kolby Green.

This grade 10 side will now compete in the 10B grand final this Friday at 6.20pm at Browne Park.

The Open Seconds side took a strong victory over Glenmore High 30 to 10.

The game started physically but once the Rams got on top they started to cross the line, building five well earned tries. Standout players included Jarusta Mann, Anthony Alderson and Weylin Zonruiter.

The Open Seconds will compete in their division grand final at 7.30pm at Browne Park on Wednesday.

Topics:  rugby league



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