The Katrina Fanning Shield returned for another great round of matchups that saw an extremely close game and two blowout wins.
Yass Magpies 8 d Queanbeyan Blues 6
The Yass Magpies have continued their undefeated streak in the Katrina Fanning Shield with a close 8-6 victory over the Queanbeyan Blues at Seiffert Oval on Saturday.
After a back and forth opening 20 minutes of the game, Queanbeyan were able to score under the black dot off a late offload and take a commanding 6-nil lead to start the game.
The Blues held onto their converted try lead going into halftime and were in the box seat to upset the undefeated Magpies. But a spread to the left-hand side from the Magpies saw strike centre Tijana Zdravevska force her way over, bringing the Magpies within two points.
But on the final play of the game, the opposite Magpies centre Alanna Dummett, broke through a tackle and scored giving Yass the victory and breaking the hearts of the Blues players.
Both sides will have the weekend off due to the long weekend and will return in round seven to host home games.
Harden Worhawks 32 d Boomanulla Raiders 6
The Harden Worhawks have registered their first victory of the season with a dominant 26-point win over the Raiders at Boomanulla Oval on Saturday.
It was an incredibly lob-sided match even though both teams entered the game without a win to their name yet this season. But the Worhawks fought hard to score points and were resilient in defense.
Harden five-eighth Hunter Ings was a standout for the victorious side, scoring two tries in the 32-6 win.
Boomanulla will be looking to bounce back from this performance when they face the Blues in a fortnights time whereas Harden will be hoping to make it back to back wins when they take on the third placed Bulldogs back at home.
Goulburn City Bulldogs 32 d Tuggeranong Bushrangers 0
Goulburn City have made it three straight wins after a convincing 32-0 demolishing of the Bushrangers on Sunday at home.
It didn’t take too long for the Bulldogs to register their first points of the day through second rower Chloe Marino who had a powerful run, crossing over on the right edge to open the scoring.
Tuggeranong did well to contain Goulburn City for the remainder of the first half with the scoreboard reading 14-0 after the first 30 minutes.
However it was a similar story in the second half, with the Bulldogs running in 18 unanswered points to take a 32-0 victory over the Bushrangers.
In round seven, Tuggeranong will host South Coast at Greenway Oval and the Bulldogs will travel to Harden looking to make it four on the trot for the season.