Glen Innes under 7s took home two fantastic wins on Saturday against Warialda and Moree.
The boys played amazing games with Luke Matthews and Bailey Joyce scoring multiple tries in their first games of the season.
Jett Mitchell, Angus Smith, Brax Ferris and Reef Ward also added to the try count.
Under 9 coach Mark Barratt and assistant coach Todd Husband saw an improvements in the team's positioning and supporting each which gave the team two wins on Saturday against Moree then Warialda.
The Magpies' defence was excellent despite the opposition having teams of bigger size.
Also noticeable was stronger running in the second game which is showing their increase in confidence the more games they play.
The Under 11 Magpies had two games on Saturday in Warialda, the first one against Moree and second Warialda.
Coach Shad Bailey said the team played with excellent ball movement and outstanding defence, which gave them only one try scored against them in the two games.
An injury depleted under 13 Magpies team played Moree and Warialda on the weekend.
With only regular 11 players the Magpies beat Moree five tries to three in their first game.
Toby Frendon played well in his first game in the halves.
The second game was against a big and well organised Warialda team which Glen went down to eight tries to nil.
Warialda is clearly the team to beat in this age group.
The Magpies tried valiantly, and coach Hugh Eastwood was proud of the effort.
It was a good game to have first up in the season to highlight the areas the Magpies need to improve on for the next time the teams meet.
The U15s had a competitive match against Warialda.
The whole team put in a huge effort against a big Warialda side, muscling up in defence which got them the win 28-18.
Some great attacking plays and the growth in confidence of our younger players throughout the team saw Kolby Martin and Isaac Furragia both cross for two tries each while Toby Bruce and Angus Cameron scored one each with Angus Cameron converting.
No results as the Glen Innes side forfeited.
Junior league tag
The Junior league tag team played two games against Warialda and Moree.
Their coach Steven McAllister was pleased to see the players improve and with increasing confidence, as half of them haven't played before.
With the senior girls standing up and organising the younger girls the JLT Magpies won both games.
Intermediate league tag
Intermediate League Tag Coach Mark Pietsch was pleased with the two games played on Saturday and the girls willingness to play in positions they weren't totally comfortable in - but did it to help the team as they were short handed.
There were limited interchanges during the games so the girls pushed themselves physically, coming out with a convincing win against Moree and a loss by a try to Warialda.
Senior league tag
The Senior League Tag girls had a great game against Warialda/ Moree with only one sub with girls showed how much their fitness has improved.
They continued to run all game and their defence as a team was impressive.
Coach Kasey Elliott was extremely happy with their building on attacks.
Charli Elliott had a wonderful game with her crossing the try line four times and the newcomer Lily Cooke scoring her first try.
The girls as a team were stoked to start the season with a win.