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Katrina Fanning Shield Round Four Wrap

The Yass Magpies and Goulburn City Bulldogs remain undefeated, while the Harden Worhawks recorded their first win in round four action. 

Yass Magpies 26 d Queanbeyan Blues 0

The Yass Magpies continued their strong start to the season with a 26 point win over the Queanbeyan Blues at Walker Park on Saturday.

The opening 25 minutes of the game were a tussle, with both sides battling for field position. 

The Magpies were first on the scoreboard, with Tikirah-ann Douglas scoring off a Hollie Massey kick. The score stayed at 4-0 at the half-time break. 

Yass second-rower Shannon Wright was first to score in the second half, going over from dummy half after a great run by Samara Afele. 

Kaitlyn Andrews scored her first try of the season for the home side, with Wright converting to extend the home side's lead to 14-0. 

Douglas scored her second try of the day next, before centre Victoria Alley and prop Samara Afele ensured victory with four-pointers. 

Yass are sitting in second place on the ladder after four rounds, just behind Goulburn on for-and-against.

Round Four Highlights: Yass Magpies v Queanbeyan Blues

Harden Worhawks 28 d Boomanulla Raiders 10

The Harden Worhawks recorded their first win of the season with an 18 point win over the Boomanulla Raiders at McLean Oval on Saturday. 

With Harden back to a full strength side, they proved too strong for the Raiders side. 

Worhawks five-eighth Jaxan Blackhall scored a hat-trick in the win, with winger Samantha Clegg and centre Roshan Smith also scoring tries. 

Boomanulla fought hard throughout the game, with five-eighth Jacintha Geia scoring a double. 

Goulburn City Bulldogs 50 d UC Stars 0

The Goulburn City Bulldogs remain undefeated after four rounds, with a dominant win over the UC Stars at GIO Stadium. 

With the game a curtain raiser to the Raiders v Storm NRL match, it was a great opportunity for both sides to showcase the women's game. 

Goulburn showed why they have the best attack in the competition, running in nine tries. 

Fullback Krystal Blackwell scored a hat-trick, with centre Hollie Deaton and second rower Isabella Sheen both scoring doubles. 

Lauren Kelly and Jennaya Ottaway were the other try-scorers for the Bulldogs.  

Goulburn have now scored 178 points over the first four rounds, averaging 44.5 points per game. 

Bulldogs lock Olivia Howe was named Player of the Match for her performance in the game. 

The Bulldogs defence was too strong for the UC Stars, who were unable to score any points. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Canberra Raiders respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.