Elise Green of the Possums is tagged by Blue Jays players in a 2001-02 girls’ clash at Greg Duncan Fields.
Elise Green of the Possums is tagged by Blue Jays players in a 2001-02 girls’ clash at Greg Duncan Fields. Mike Knott

High fives all around for trio

JACK Reynolds, Scott Sommer and Angus Mills had field nights with five touchdowns each to be stars of Bundaberg Junior Touch Association fixtures on Friday.

Mills dominated in the biggest victory of the round, Bombers' 14-0 white-wash of Warriors in their 1998-99 boys Division 2 clash, but they had three other multiple-scorers, Nathanial Wray with a hat-trick and Nathan Harney and Levi Wesley, both with doubles.

Sommer led the charge as Ripcurl also crossed 14 times in their open boys Division 2 showdown with Barbarians, while Ryan Newton also bagged three touchdowns and Chris Lyons and Jye Prosser picked up two each.

But they had their line breached on one occasion, with Bailey McKeon grabbing a consolation touchdown for Barbarians.

Playing in the same division, Reynolds was a match winner for Cyclones in their 10-6 despatch of Bulldogs in which the two sides traded touchdowns.

Cyclones' other scoring was shared between Matt Aplin with three and Scott Gaze with two.

Three players each crossed four times, including Brittany Roll, who clinched a 5-4 victory for Storm at the expense of Matildas in 1999-2000 girls Division 2.

Sammy Stevens played a lone hand for Robins as they edged out Possums 4-3 in the 2001-02 girls category, while Aidan Noonan was a hero for Wombats in their 2004 mixed clash with Dolphins, sealing a 5-4 result.

With the finals just a month away, the big guns boomed in the blue riband open boys Division 1, with Kyle Laybutt and Brodie Downes both chalking up three touchdowns for Mambo as they outgunned Colorado 9-3.

Blair Bretag, Dylan Bredhauer, Tyson Whaleboat and Jesse Marschke each doubled up as Quicksilver accounted for Rusty 8-4, while Montana Deamer also shone with a hat-trick to get Meerkats home 5-4 over Carreras in one of the matches of the night in open girls Division 1.