You have skipped the navigation, tab for page content
Katrina Fanning Shield Round 14 Wrap

Big wins to the Stars, Magpies and Bushrangers in round 14 of the Specsavers Katrina Fanning Shield.

Yass Magpies 24 d Queanbeyan Blues 6

The Yass Magpies recorded their fourth straight win with an 18 point victory over the Queanbeyan Blues at Walker Park on Saturday. 

It was an important win for the Yass side, who remain equal on points with the Goulburn City Bulldogs on top of the ladder. 

Yass were first on the scoreboard, with fullback Lucy Prosser scoring a try in the third minute. Hooker Shannon Wright converted to give her side a 6-0 lead. 

The Blues leveled things up just four minutes later through their halfback Taylor Galjaardt, who pounced on a Payge-Louise Condon kick for a try. 

But from there it was all Yass, with the home side scoring four unanswered tries. Prosser scored her second of the day, while Kirsty Hansen, Shannon Wright and Samara Afele all scored four-pointers too. 

Round 14 KFS Highlights: Yass Magpies v Queanbeyan Blues

Tuggeranong Bushrangers 42 d Harden Worhawks 0

The Tuggeranong Bushrangers bounced back from last week's loss with a dominant 42-0 victory over the Harden Worhawks at Greenway Oval on Saturday. 

It's the third time this season that the Bushrangers have held a team to zero points. 

Tuggeranong were dominant from the get go, scoring three tries in the opening 15 minutes. 

Overall they ran in nine tries, with Elissa Blowes, Wendy Edwards, Jasmine Castro, Ahlivia Ingram, Grace Faapoi, Nirvana Ngan-Woo, Caitlin Fazey-Robinson, Maddison Braithwaite and Jana Teivonen all scoring. 

The win sees the Bushrangers maintain fourth place on the ladder, just two points behind the Blues. Harden remain in sixth spot. 

Round 14 KFS Highlights: Tuggeranong Bushrangers v Harden Worhawks

UC Stars 28 d Boomanulla Raiders 6

The UC Stars snapped a two game losing streak with a strong win over the Boomanulla Raiders at Raiders Belconnen on Saturday. 

The Stars ran in six tries, with Kiara Kennedy, Mary-Ellen O'Brien and Catherine Carling scoring two tries each. 

UC were also able to defend well against Boomanulla, holding the visitors to just one try. 

The Stars remain in fifth spot on the ladder.