Yass was away to the Queanbeyan Blues and, despite a strong performance, lost 18-14.
Yass got off to a good start with Jarred Carey scoring a try in the first minute of play but Queanbeyan soon hit back with the first of four tries.
Yass showed solid defence with good tackles from Lucas McPherson, Hamish Medway, Charlie Hall and Riley Bateup.
Sean Bell played well, making good ground with each run before Jarred Carey ran in another try, with Dane Howard kicking the conversion.
Lucas McPherson scored under the posts not long after as Yass kept Queanbeyan scoreless during the last third of the game. But it wasn’t enough in the end as Yass didn’t have the points in them.
Man of the match went to Hamish Medway for his great work in defence.
The Tanks Bakery under 7s played at Walker Park against the Valley Dragons Red and went down 18-4.
The Dragons looked strong and overpowered Yass in all aspects of the game, scoring the first two tries.
To their credit Yass held it together, and Luke Davis was actually able to dive over for the Magpies.
But the Dragons rallied once again and scored further two tries.
Tyson Harrison, Tom Bush, Lane Davis, Coby Yates, Taylor Doyle and Blake Booth had strong games while Tim McPhillips, Charlie O’Brien, Luke Davis and Toby Rumble supported the team well.
Tom Bush was awarded man of the match for his great game while Tyson Harrison took home the Aldi award and Lane Davis the McDonalds encouragement award.
D&J Butchery under 9s played the Queanbeyan Kangaroos at the weekend and won comprehensively, 40-26.
The Roos were the first to put the points on the board but youngster Reece Bush scored not long after. Again the Roos responded scoring another of their five tries for the game.
Ben Rumble, Patrick McPhillips and Baden Godfrey tackled well and Kane Dowling, Keegan Doyle, Jack Best and Thomas Medway ran strongly assisting the team to score a total of seven tries in the game.
Jack Callaghan scored two tries and converted one with further tries and conversions from Thomas Bell, Jake Garner, and Ryan Prins.
The remaining try was from Thomas Carey, with further conversions from Josh Sykes and Adam Davis.
Kyle Jenkins performed strongly and was awarded player of the week.
The Yass Valley Property under 11s hosted Goulburn Stockmen last Sunday and registered a tough 24-12 victory.
The Magpies started well, with two tries to Zac Rumble and one to George Clark. Goulburn hit back in the second half to bring the score back to 18-12. But Zac, who had a whale of a game, crossed once again sealed the match for the Magpies
Man of the match was Zac Rumble, while Lachy Davis and Jordan Vitler led the forward charge with great help from Luke Miller.
Others to play well in what was a big team effort were Jay O’Brien, Jarrad Hulme, George Clark and Tom Skillen.
The under 12 Magpies went down to Woden/Weston 18-0 at home.
The Magpies were off to a great start, with some great solid play from Josh, Toby, Cody and Jack H all hungry for the ball. But Woden/Weston applied pressure to get over the line twice before half-time.
For the whole second half the Yass boys never gave up with Jacob W, Tom, Isaac, Sam and Jack G defending well and always looking for a gap in their opponents’ line.
Hayden, Jacob O, Boyd and Peter all showed great hands themselves while trying to set up some winning play.
On the back of some strong rugby league Woden/Weston continued to dominate the game, with two more tries to bring the final score to 18-0.
The pink ball this week went to Jack Howard with Cody, Jacob O, Jack G and Peter receiving encouragement awards.
The under 13s travelled to Cooma on Sunday to play the top-of-the-table Colts and came away with an 18-all draw.
In chilly conditions, Yass started strongly, running with vigour and tackling with numbers. Great work from the forwards enabled Dylan to weave his way thorough to score the first try.
With great defence Yass kept Cooma in its own half and were able to hammer away at the try line which resulted in Kyle scoring two tries of his own, Angus converted one of the tries which gave Yass a 14-0 lead.
Unfortunately Yass fell asleep for the last two minutes of the first half to let in two quick tries to make the half time score 14-10.
Cooma played well in a fiery second half and by full-time the scores were deadlocked.
Kyle got the Aldi award and MVP’s were Kempy and Adam.
The under 14s played at Walker Park against Goulburn Maroons at the weekend and came away with a win 18-10.
It was a great first half by the Magpies leading 14-4 at the break but a few injures meant players had to leave the field.
In the second half Yass scored one more try with Goulburn also hitting back with a converted try. But the boys continued with solid defence to come up with the win.
Tries were scored by Chris Ash (2), Dylan Downey and Corey Leggett.
The Becks Tree Removals under 16s travelled to Greenway on Friday night to meet the Tuggeranong Knights. They won easily, 40-6.
Yass dominated from the kick-off, making plenty of metres each time they got the ball, resulting in tries to Josh Lawrence, Jordy Boulding and a double to Jacob Davidson.
After leading 20-0 at half-time, it was more of the same in the second.
Richie Bell scored a double and Sam Mercieca also scored in the second half.
Goal kicking duties were shared between Josh, Jacob and Nathan Regan.
The Aldi man of the match awards went to Jordy Boulding and Richie Bell.