Kooringal High School notched up another big result to keep their Creed Shield campaign ticking over.
The boys in yellow ran out convincing winners over Wagga Christian College 4 -0 on Wednesday night at Rawlings Park.
Zach Pinney bagged two goals for his side while Ned Evans and Tom Matheson chipped in with goals of their own.
Meanwhile, The Riverina Anglican College made easy work of Mount Austin, running out 9-0 victors.
Quin Chamberlain scored four goals to top TRAC’s scoring list over hat-trick hero Daniel Cain while Xavier Mamo and Orlando Holzapfel slotted one goal apiece.
Mount Austin’s girls team found more success in their Wendesaday night game, backing up from their upset win over TRAC last week to notch a 7-2 victory over Kildare Catholic College in their Shipard Shield clash.
Ebony Warner found the back off the net four times to dominate Wednesday night’s proceedings while Wafaa Khalaf and Safaa Khalaf did the rest of the damage.
Kildare’s goal scorers were Anika Keler and Chloe Piltz.
Football Wagga development officer Liam Dedini said it was a series of “convincing wins”.
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