Leeton see off Yenda in Group 20

Leeton has secured a win which could prove vital to their season after seeing off the challenge from Yenda at Leeton No 1 Oval on Sunday afternoon.

BREAKING THROUGH: The Greens' Brayden Scarr attempts to break the line as he continued his good form, picking up a try against Yenda. PHOTO: Anthony Stipo

BREAKING THROUGH: The Greens' Brayden Scarr attempts to break the line as he continued his good form, picking up a try against Yenda. PHOTO: Anthony Stipo

It was a good team performance as the Greens worked over their opposition to secure the 32-16 victory.

Tries to Matt Arnold, coach Brent Pike, Brayden Scarr, Apouani Lemalu-Tigafua, Daniel Maskill and Paul Taitusi while Arnold was successful with the boot kicking four from six conversions.

For Yenda Jack Glyde, Jermayne Cook and Shaquille Jakeman crossed while William Hannon finished with two from three with the boot.

The win sees the Green leapfrog Yenda into second place and they are now six points behind the leading pack.

The Greens now prepare for another tough game when they take on rivals Yanco-Wamoon while Yenda travels to Griffith to take on Waratah Tigers.

In the day's other games between the two sides, the Greens were able to take the under 18s in a close game 34-32 thanks to three tries to Kritis Fisher and a double to Tamaki Kohere.

The 16s was more convincing for the Leeton side as they came away 40-12 winners to remain undefeated in the competition. Kody Collins crossed twice for the Greens while Braxton Wallace kicked four goals.

Yenda picked up the League Tag 22-16 which sees them maintain their spot on top of the leaderboard. Two tries to Amelia Lolotonga and Casey Payne proved the difference.

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