Collegians (blue) and Wattles (gold) in under-17 leaguetag action at Father Ranger Oval.
Collegians (blue) and Wattles (gold) in under-17 leaguetag action at Father Ranger Oval. Gerard Walsh

Five things you might have missed in weekend's league games

RUGBY LEAGUE: Every week spectators are treated to thrilling sights in the region's rugby league games.

Here are five great moments you might have missed at the weekend.

Two left-footers in one game

Collegians and Wattles teams each had a left-footed kicker in the under-17 leaguetag game at Father Ranger Oval on Saturday.

Stephanie Lamb was the kicker for Collegians and Lauren Smith had the role for Wattles and landed one from a fair way out.

There was a lot of skill shown by the girls with Collegians dominant in the first half and Wattles strong in the second half to record a solid win.

The only difference between touch and leaguetag is that the rules are the same for leaguetag as league so there are kicks on the sixth tackle.

I can't recall seeing two left footers in a game. Two of the lefties in the NRL are Cameron Smith from the Melbourne Storm and Kalyn Ponga from Newcastle Knights.

Warwick scorer

PAST Collegians and Warwick and District junior rugby league inside back Jacob Gross scored a try on Saturday in the rugby union game of the year for the O'Callaghan Cup.

Jacob impressed for Collegians through the juniors and now has a try for Toowoomba Grammar School on the day that really matters, the cross-town battle against Downlands.

Seems Downlands fullback Mac Grealy is a star of the future after scoring two late tries to win the game for Downlands.

Like so many sportsmen, Gross is exceptional at a third sport, cricket, as well as rugby league and rugby union.

He kicked goals for Collegians Dragons and is now kicking goals for Toowoomba Grammar.

Awesome workload

FELIX Clarke is only in his third year of rugby league and his work rate in the middle of the ruck was unreal in the Cowboys in a 24-16 loss to South Burnett.

The under-18 side has had to put up with many narrow losses this season. They have now lost 10 games by 10 points or less.

Four games

FORMER Warwick Cowboys president and player David O'Leary won't need to spend too much time at the gym this season.

He refereed four games in the Collegians junior games with Wattles on Saturday.

Try machine

IF you wanted to put your house on someone scoring a try in a TRL game, the best bet would be Wattles winger Braydon Wilson.

He scores nearly every week and often more than once.