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Katrina Fanning Shield Round Five Wrap

The Tuggeranong Bushrangers and Queanbeyan Blues both recorded wins in round five of the Katrina Fanning Shield. 

Tuggeranong Bushrangers 50 d UC Stars 0

The Tuggeranong Bushrangers notched up their second win of the season with a dominant victory over the UC Stars at Greenway Oval. 

The Bushrangers started fast, with prop Amelia Kiriui crashing over in the opening minute of play. 

It was a sign of things to come, with Tuggeranong's attack proving too strong for the Stars defence. The home side ran in ten tries throughout the game, while holding UC to zero points. 

Fullback Felicity Bell scored a hat-trick in the win, with Wendy Edwards, Sandra Dalton, Jana Teivonen, Alannah Fraser, Nirada Phonsaya and Jasmine Castro all scoring tries. 

The Stars fought hard throughout the match, but were overpowered by the Bushrangers. 

The win sees Tuggeranong finish round five in third place, equal with the Queanbeyan Blues on six points. 

The UC Stars are sitting in sixth place, equal with the Harden Worhawks. 

Round Five KFs highlights: Tuggeranong Bushrangers v UC Stars

Queanbeyan Blues 34 d Harden Worhawks 0

The Queanbeyan Blues bounced back from last week's loss with a 34 point win over the Harden Worhawks at McLean Oval on Saturday. 

The Blues were back to their winning ways, putting in a strong performance in both attack and defence. 

Centre Klaudia Ostrenkovics scored a hat-trick in the win, and now sits on five tries so far this season. 

Alannah Brooks finished with a double, with fullback Cailah Welch and centre Gabrielle Knight the other try-scorers. 

Harden were unable to score any points against Queanbeyan, and will look to bounce back against Tuggeranong this weekend. 

The Blues currently sit in third place on the ladder, four points behind the Yass Magpies and Goulburn City Bulldogs. 

Boomanulla Raiders forfeit against Yass Magpies

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