Moss Vale second rower Dylan Palmer Quigg runs the ball forward on Sunday at Community Oval. Photo by Josh Bartlett Moss Vale’s Taylor Lee is thrown down in a strong tackle against Thirlmere.
Thirlmere second rower Jack Greene leaves Moss Vale’s Tyler Duroux and Tirawa Gristwood in his wake on Sunday. Photos by Josh Bartlett
IT was a disappointing day at home for the Moss Vale Dragons last Sunday.
Three Dragons senior sides were defeated while the club’s reserve grade side forfeited to the Thirlmere Roosters at Community Oval.
Moss Vale’s reserve grade side forfeited due to lack of playing numbers available.
Under Group 6 rules, a team must forfeit at least 72 hours before the match to avoid a fine.
Dragons head coach Robbie Payne said it was disappointing for the club’s reserves.
“The decision was made for a financial reason,” he said.
“Our reserves are currently struggling due to our under-16s and under-18s playing rep footy at the country championships.”
The Dragons under-18s were defeated 26-10 by Thirlmere and Moss Vale’s ladies league-tag side fell 48-0 on Sunday.
The day finished with Moss Vale’s first grade team losing 62-14 to the Roosters.
The result means the Dragons remain winless in the Group 6 first grade competition.
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