The Binalong Brahmans travelled down to Canberra to face the UC Stars on Saturday. The Stars have had quite the interesting season, overall struggling but scoring big upset wins against Cootamundra and flogging Boomanulla.

The Brahmans on the other hand have been unlucky on a number of occasions this season losing every game bar one but often managing to keep the games competitive.

It was a tough battle but behind the support of their home fans the Stars took home the two points winning 22-12.

The Brahmans league tag team was much more successful winning their first game of the season, defeating the UC Stars girls 4-18 Speaking to the Club’s President Ben Spencer, he was positive overall saying,

“The girl’s should be proud of their effort, they played terrific and got rewarded with a win”

“We went alright, a few calls could’ve went our way but we’ve just got to put our heads down train hard and get ready for our game against the Hawks in a fortnight’s time. The crowd always makes plenty of noise in Harden and we look forward to the challenge.”

The Brahmans Girls will travel to Gunning to play the Gunning Rooettes.

The Rooettes are yet to enjoy a win this season and are coming off a 60-0 loss vs the juggernaut of the competition the Harden Hawkettes.

It’s a great chance for the Brahman Girl’s to go back to back.

The Brahmans will have the bye next week which will give them a much needed rest before playing their old rival in the Harden Hawks.

The Hawks have enjoyed much success this season after acquiring the services of Nick Hall and having some great recruitment.

The thing about rivalry matches is the club’s records before the match means absolutely nothing and with the emotion running through both teams and the fans making plenty of noise, it’s a certainty these teams will put on a great display of footy.