Beaudesert Kingfishers open men's team emerged victorious after a Saturday game against a top brothers St Brendan's side.
The game was played before a crowd of loyal fans who turned up to RS Willis park to watch the Beaudesert men and women's team take on some worthy opponents.
Coach Charlie Gee said a very strong defensive first half from both teams meant the score was nil all at the break.
"Beaudesert defended their line consecutive times late in the first half and held st Brendan's out with excellent cover defence and some big efforts in the middle," he said.
"Beaudesert were first to score 10 minutes into the second half through an offload in the middle and connor Watson scooping it up and scoring under the posts, converted by Jake Stephan 6-0," he said.
"St Brendan's then came back strong, defending them off our line for two consecutive sets they scored on the last play through a kick."
Gee said both teams completed their sets very well in the second half and the game was an "arm wrestle" for most of the half.
"However after gutsy defence in our half and a forced error, Beaudesert seemed to have sealed the game with five minutes left through a brilliant solo effort from Campbell Horua off of a scrum running 60 metres," he said.
"This provided an offload for Raymond Cordingley to score right in front of the packed out bird cage and converted by Jake Stephan to take the game to 12-4. "
Gee said with one minute left, Beaudesert found themselves back down in St Brendan's half, receiving a penalty on the 20 metre line and opting to take the two points.
"Full time 14-4," he said. "A very tenacious effort from all involved, making it four wins in a row for Beaudesert and gaining important points as the season just ticks over half way."
Man of the match went to Beaudesert halfback, Cody Watson.
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