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Katrina Fanning Shield Round One Wrap

The Katrina Fanning Shield competition kicked off over the weekend, with the Queanbeyan Blues, Yass Magpies and Goulburn City Bulldogs all recording wins. 

Yass Magpies 52 d UC Stars 0

The Yass Magpies kicked off their 2021 campaign with a comprehensive 52-0 victory over the UC Stars at Seears Workwear Oval. 

Fullback Lucy Prosser and five-eighth Jenna Cooke both scored doubles in the win. 

Prosser, Kristy Huey, Milika Tuinakauvadra, Kirsty Hansen and Gabrielle Davis all scored first-half tries, with Yass going into half-time with a 28-0 lead. 

The Magpies picked up where they left off in the second half, with their attack looking slick and dangerous. 

They ran in four second-half tries, bringing the score to 52-0. 

Round One Highlights: Yass Magpies v UC Stars

Queanbeyan Blues 24 d Tuggeranong Bushrangers 12

The Queanbeyan Blues claimed a 12-point victory over the Tuggeranong Bushrangers in their round one match at Greenway Oval. 

The Blues started fast, with fullback Cailah Welch opening the scoring in the second minute. 

Tuggeranong hit back three minutes later, with winger Renae Davis scoring a try in the corner. Elissa Blowes successfully converted to level up the scores at 6-6. 

From there, Queanbeyan ran in three straight tries, with Payge-Louise Condon scoring twice and Cassius Delamere also picking up a four-pointer. 

The Bushranger hit back with a try to hooker Zoe Podmore, but the Blues had the last say, with Samantha Wood burrowing her way over the try-line. 

Round One Highlights: Tuggeranong Bushrangers v Queanbeyan Blues

Goulburn City Bulldogs 52 d Boomanulla Raiders 0

The Goulburn City Bulldogs recorded a dominant round one win over the Boomanulla Raiders at Boomanulla Oval on Saturday. 

The Bulldogs ran in eight tries, while holding Boomanulla to zero. 

Fullback Krystal Blackwell scored a hat-trick, while prop Carly Wilkin crossed for two tries. 

Goulburn take on the Tuggeranong Bushrangers this weekend. 

Acknowledgement of Country

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