Upper Hunter weekend sport results

May 8, 2023 10:53 am in by
Greta Branxton verus Scone. Image: Darren Cutrupi

Group 21 ladder leader Greta Branxton has suffered a fall from grace while hosting Scone on Saturday.

The Thoroughbreds posting the the type of score fans have been used to in recent years.

Second rower Ashton Frost and Hooker Adam Clydesdale both scoring two tries each in the 44-to-14 victory.

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Singleton has beaten Muswellbrook in a nail biter at Pirtek Park.

The Red Dogs finishing ahead of the Rams 24-20.

Denman just took the points over Aberdeen 24-22 on Friday night.

Welsh import James Olds, playing at five eighth, crossing for three tries and kicking three goals for the Devils.

Muswellbrook enjoyed a massive day out in the AFL Hunter Central Coast Men’s Black Diamond Shield.

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The Cats obliterated cross town rival Singleton 35.26.236 to nil at Rose Point Park.

Full forward Cameron Bankovic kicked ten goals, Lachlan Watts 8 and Jake Gurtman 5.

In the top level Men’s Black Diamond Cup….Singleton scored a big win over the Entrance Bateau Bay.

The Roosters kicked 18.17.125 to the Blues 9.4.58.

Kane Symons and Lachlan Wellard both kicked three goals a piece.

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Singleton has managed to salvage a draw in their latest Northern League One Football Competition game.

The second placed Strikers finished 1-all against the last placed Thornton Redbacks at Howe Park.

In the Friday night All Ages football tournament two wins and a draw for Muswellbrook.

The Eagles One’s played out a nil-all draw with Maryland Fletcher, the two’s a big 6-1 win against Mereweather Advance and a 2-nil win for the Eagles Threes over Raymond Terrace.

Scone has failed to walk away with the points in the Central North Rugby Union competition on the weekend.

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The Brumbies beaten by Walcha in a high scoring affair.

The Rams won 53-31.

The Singleton Reds were easy winners over the Griffins at Ruby Park in the Newcastle Suburban competition 36-5.

The Bulls Blacks came so close to their first win of the season but in the end had to settle for a 31-all draw with Medowie.

Pokolbin over Cooks Hill 20-17 while Army was smashed by Nelson Bay 56-5.

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