Rhinos reign across round

CLEAN SWEEP: George Pavese was a top contributor in the Riverina Rhinos under 15s match against Bankstown on the weekend.

CLEAN SWEEP: George Pavese was a top contributor in the Riverina Rhinos under 15s match against Bankstown on the weekend.

THE Riverina Rhinos were firing on all cylinders on the weekend, with wins in all four age groups.

Under 13s coach Anthony Vecchio said the teams had to compete in trying conditions, but all four teams put on an impressive display.

"It was very cold, very windy," Vecchio said.

He said the prospects of all four teams were looking extremely good, with the under 12 boys, under 13 boys and under 14 boys undefeated, while the under 15 boys have only had one loss.

"Obviously we came up against some pretty steep opposition but our boys stuck together and played extremely well in all four games," Vecchio said.

In the under 14 boys and under 15 boys matches, the teams had to come back after being down 1-0.

"They had to come from behind and dig deep and they did that," Vecchio said.

"Overall there was some great football played in all age levels."

The under 15 boys won 2-1, the under 14 boys won 3-1, the under 13 boys won 2-0 and the under 12s won 2-1.

Vecchio said he was extremely impressed with the efforts of the Rhinos in their first season in the Football NSW Regional League.

"We're very happy, very satisfied with five games to go. Hopefully we can keep improving."

Goal scorers were James Musolino and Jaiden O'Brien in the 15 boys match, Torren Blanch, Bryce Demamiel and Robbie Rimmer in the 14 boys, Samuel Scarfone in the 13 boys and Jordan Austin and Michael Savestro, who scored two, in the 12 boys.

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