THEY might have been outmatched in terms of experience, but the young Patersons Transport side did not let that perturb them as they outgunned the older Arvo All Sparks by seven touchdowns on Monday night.
Patersons possessed the speed advantage between the two sides, but Allsparks did not help their cause early, as the turnovers coming out of their own half began to mount.
However, it was Allsparks on the board first when Wikus Prinsloo found space out wide to cross in the corner to give his side the narrow lead.
Angus Scott helped set up Paterson's first touchdown to help his side get back on track, as the younger legs of Patersons began to prove vital in defence.
Ben Quarisa began to inject himself into Allsparks' attack, and looked dangerous with the ball in hand as he probed his opponent's defensive line, helping them get better drive out of their own half.
Jayden Wood gave Patersons their first lead of the game after diving over from in close, with Nathan Richards selling a good dummy-pass, to cruise across the line with a Jamie Blunden attack seeing the margin at three at the break.
Allsparks began their comeback straight after the resumption as Ben Dickie sliced through a narrow gap to make the score 4-2.
But that would be as close as they would get, with Patersons scoring back-to-back touchdowns through Jermayne Cook and Simon Miller to blow the game open with a further try to Jess Spencer wrapping up the win.
Arvo All Sparks.........2