For the fourth year in a row Scone Junior Rugby Club hosted a wonderful competition of talent showcasing the future of our game.
Cauliflower Club were delighted to once again be the charitable beneficiary of the day, Having attended the event last year, Cauliflower Club Secretary Paul Wilkinson and Director Alison Nolan were delighted to be there again and join in the fun.
The Under 8's - Cauliflower Shield - was won by Avoca (pictured here). The Player's Player for the competition was Alissa McNair from North Lakes.
The Under 10's - Cauliflower Bowl - was won 15-5 by Scone in a physical game, and Archie Crow was named as Player's Player.
The U12"s - Cauliflower Plate - was another win for Scone 32-7 over Avoca in a convincing win. Tammy Gavin from Tamworth was Player's Player.
The U14's was a 14-0 win for Merewether over Scone with Jordan Bragg taking out Player's Player honours.
Special mention was made of all the referees on the day - many of whom were juniors making their first foray into competition. As we know, without the ref you can't have a game - so well done to them for stepping up and making it a great day.
Cauliflower Club would like to give special thanks and recognise the huge volume of work that Renee Park puts in to make this event such a huge success. Pictured here with Cauliflower Club Secretary Paul Wilkinson, she is a true country chamion of our game. Thanks Renee