The Dalby Wheatchix have made an impressive start to the 2019 Emilee Cherry Cup Downs Rugby women's sevens' competition.
The Dalby Wheatchix have made an impressive start to the 2019 Emilee Cherry Cup Downs Rugby women's sevens' competition. CONTRIBUTED

Bears setting Emilee Cherry Cup pace

TOOWOOMBA Bears continued their 2019 Emilee Cherry Cup march last weekend to remain atop the premiership ladder.

The defending 2018 premiers are unbeaten this season after three rounds of competition to be showing their chasers a clean pair of heels.

The Condamine Codettes and Dalby Wheatchix have also made an impressive starts to the year to be locked together in second place on the women's sevens table.

Newcomers, the St George Filly Frillies, are performing strongly to be just two points further back in fourth position.

Bears conceded just 10 points in their three matches last Saturday at Gold Park.

They defeated USQ 19-10 while also downing Warwick 36-0 and Goondiwindi 38-0.

The Codettes and Wheatchix won two matches each at USQ Oval before clashing in a 0-all draw.

Round four of the cup will be played at Condamine and Warwick on June 8.

EMILEE CHERRY CUP

After three rounds

Toowoomba Bears 38, Condamine 32, Dalby 32, St George 30, Warwick 18, Gatton 17, USQ 17, Toowoomba Rangers 3, Goondiwindi 2



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