Diehard fans support Dalby

YOUNG FANS: Yasmyn Ledger and Abbey Lyell support the Diehards.
YOUNG FANS: Yasmyn Ledger and Abbey Lyell support the Diehards. Sophie Volker

DALBY Diehards fans were treated to a big win from their side in round six of the Toowoomba Rugby League on Sunday.

Taking on the Toowoomba Brothers, the away side were not given any hope from kick-off as the Diehards put on a dominant performance to run away with the contest 60-12.

There were wins across the board for all four Dalby sides on Sunday, with reserve grade extending its unbeaten run to four games, while the under-18 Dalby side continued its winning ways to sit on top of the ladder too.

A-grade coach Kerry Carmichael said it's the club's depth that is allowing his side to shine.

"One of the reasons we are doing well in A Grade, is because of the depth we have at the club this year and the quality of players that are at each training session.

"There are a number of players in reserve grade that are pushing for spots in the top team, and everyone is battling hard to keep their place.”

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