Not a good weekend for Singleton in Round Eight of the AFL Hunter Central Coast Competition.
In the Black Diamond Cup….The Roosters started strong against Warners Bay to lead at half time but the Bulldogs came back in the third and fourth quarters to win 13.8.86 to 9.8.62.
Captain Jed Ellis-Cluff kicking four goals in the loss.
Singleton’s Black Diamond Shield outfit had a day to forget…..comprehensively beaten by Newcastle City 24.20.164 to nil.
In the Women’s Black Diamond Plate competition Muswellbrook were outclassed by Newcastle City.
The Blues won 11.10.76 to 1.1.7 at Weeraman Field.
Denman has shot to the top of the Group 21 ladder after a last minute win over Greta Branxton at Denman Oval yesterday afternoon.
The Devils crossed for a try in the dying stages of the clash giving them the 22-18 victory and outright competition lead on 11 points.
Scone rained on Singleton’s party to mark Game 200 for club legend Luke Gardner.
Despite scored a try for his beloved Greyhounds…the Thoroughbreds ran out convincing winners at Pirtek Park 34-10.
Muswellbrook and Aberdeen are desperate for a win after seven rounds of footy but both had to settle for a draw at Olympic Park yesterday.
Aberdeen crossed for a try in the corner with three minutes left on the clock to level the scores at 22-all.
The conversion attempt from the sideline shaving the outside of the post.
A great weekend for the Singleton Bulls in the Newcastle Suburban rugby union competition.
The Bulls Reds smashed Pokolbin at Drain Oval in Cessnock 47-points-to-13.
The Bulls Black side made it two wins in a row.
They defeated Singleton Army at the Barracks 40-29.
Cooks Hill made easy work of Medowie 38-7 and Nelson Bay downed the Griffins 21-14.
Two tries in the final ten minutes was not enough for Scone to take home a victory in the Central North Rugby clash against Quirindi.
The Lions scored twice in the first five minutes to set the tone against the Brumbies to win 45-points-to-26.
The Brumbies Reserves narrowly lost to the Lions 26-21 at Scone Rugby Club.
But in the Women’s Tens tournament Scone were victorious, beating Quirindi 36-24.
Jordyn Snape scored two tries for the Brumbies.
Singleton has continued its return to winning form in the Northern League One Football Competition.
The Strikers beat Wallsend 2-nil on Saturday afternoon at Howe Park.
Joel Barner and Marlow Court-Kriesch the goal scorers.
Singleton’s reserve grade also won.
The beat the Red Devils 3-1.