Devils keen for back-to-back title wins

ROOKIE WIN: Coach Todd Ayers (left) and Rookie of the Year Tully Wilton with Tully's parents Glen and Vanessa.

ROOKIE WIN: Coach Todd Ayers (left) and Rookie of the Year Tully Wilton with Tully's parents Glen and Vanessa.

The Narooma Devils Under 18s are aiming for two Group 16 Rugby League premierships in a row when they take on the Bega Roosters next Sunday at Bega Recreation Ground at 11.45am.

Last year, the young Devils put on a brilliant display to defeat Batemans Bay and after accounting for the Roosters in the major semi-final two weeks ago, must enter this year's decider as favourites.

With a full complement of players, all in good form, it will be a great game to watch.

From fullback Zac Roberts through centre Blake Zideluns to halves Liam Sweeney, Tully Wilton and Clyde Parsons, the backs have heaps of scoring power while Jack Godfrey, James Holley, Connor Martin and Marcus Lonsdale lead a powerful set of forwards.

Come down and cheer the Devils on.

The Devils also did well at the Group 16 Presentation Night last Friday night at Bega Civic Centre.

Congratulations must go to Raelene Cuzner and her team from the Bega Roosters for putting on a fantastic night.

Leading the way was young halfback Tully Wilton who took out the prestigious Rookie of The Year award for players in their first year of first grade.

Tully has had a great year and fully deserved the honour.

Clyde Parsons also was outstanding being equal Best and Fairest player and Top Try Scorer and Top Point Scorer in the Under 18s

Devils' senior coach Todd Ayers was only a whisker away from winning the First Grade Best and Fairest award.

He went down by only two points to Tathra's Callum Bower-Scott after leading with two rounds to go.

All in all a great night for the Devils and Group 16.