A DOMINANT first-half performance resulted in Group 3 All Stars thrashing the Indigenous All Stars 40-6 in the representative women's league tag clash played at Tuncurry.
Port City Breakers duo Nakita Binge and Jasmine Wilbow were the pick for the Indigenous All Stars.
While the game was surprisingly one-sided, Group 3 chairman Wayne Bridge said the Indigenous side was a predominantly made up of young players, who improved throughout the contest.
"And they didn't have much ball,'' he added.
The sides trooped off at halftime with Group Three All Stars leading 34-0.
Honours were even in the second half.
"Group Three had all the ball in the first half and they made good use of it,'' Bridge said.
He said Emily Lester was outstanding for Group Three.
"But unfortunately she's not available for Group Three's match against Group Two on June 22 at Macksville,'' Mr Bridge said.
Sarah O'Connor and Lisa Bullivant were also strong for Group Three.
The game was originally to be played along with the men's All Stars encounter at Kempsey. However, Group Three was forced to scrap this match when a number of players from both sides withdrew.
The group then shifted the match to the junior representative program played at Tuncurry.
"But it turned out okay,'' Mr Bridge added.
"We had a pretty good crowd there and the players from both sides said they enjoyed the experience.''