The Parkes ladies enjoyed the first points of the game on the first kick off to Sunshine Packer. From the restart Kimmi Birmingham found a huge gap in the defence and smashed the line to score then converted her own from in front of the goal. Kaitlin Harris was next to cross – jumping the defence to score. Kimeaka added the extras.
CSU were on the back foot and just could not control the ball, handling errors were costly.
From the back of a penalty scrum Maely Macgregor made 40 meters before passing the ball off to Tess Woods who made no mistakes with a solid grounding.
With moments to go CSU took the advantage of a penalty scrum on the 5m and crossed for their first. Conversion was successful. At half time Parkes 24 – CSU 7.
The second half saw no score from CSU – the Boars had their heads up and seemingly scored at will.
Try’s to Emma Evans, Kaitlin Harris, Teagan Smede (2) and Tess Woods. Conversions by Teagan Smede (2).
The Boars ladies have become a formable team this year with an injection of dynamic new players all keen to see finals rugby. The youngest players Teagan Smede, Maely Macgregor and Lucy Turner again cementing their places. On field leadership of Sunshine Packer, Karsyn Blanco and Kate Marchinton adding to the depth of the team. Natalie Caruana never takes a backward step and Taylor Draper and Jasmine Kew add the sparkle to the game. On the final whistle Parkes 55- CSU 7.
Next week Boars make the trip to Mudgee for a top of the table clash.