CLOE Davis had a memorable day at Kootingal Oval despite her Boggabri Kangaroos losing 62-0 in their league tag clash.
The 25-year-old brought up a century of games for the Boggabri Kangaroos in their clash against Kootingal-Moonbi.
"She's the first player, man or woman, to play 100 games since we came back into Group 4 in 2013," Boggabri president Greg Haire said.
"It's a wonderful achievement."
Davis was delighted despite suffering the big loss.
"I just love it, love it," Cloe said.
"Live for it."
Davis works for her mother and father at the local Boggabri Post Office and also manages an online business for the family.
"It's full on," she said of her job.
Full on is how you can also describe Davis' game as well.
"I'm a dummy half or half back [first receiver]," she said.
"Played mostly dummy half but this year I've stepped up to first receiver.
"We've got some handy players too but we've got to learn to gel with each other."
Davis' form in 2021 has been such that she sits second in the G4 Ladies League Tag B&F Award.
The Boggabri playmaker didn't garner any points out of Saturday's loss but has seven to her name.
Davis is four points behind Kim Resch who polled three points in North Tamworth's 62-nil win over Manilla on the weekend.
Resch raced over for four tries and kicked three conversions as well in a dominant display.
Kooty captain-coach Abby Schmiedel polled the three points in her side's big win over Boggabri while Dungowan's Georgia Horniman picked up three points in her Cowgirls' 38-4 victory over Narrabri.
Werris Creek's Jorja Tory received the three points in her side's 16-8 win over Barraba and Gunnedah's Jacqui Jones polled three points in her side's 32-6 win over Moree.
WEG GROUP 4 LADIES LEAGUE TAG B&F AWARD
Unofficial - compiled by Geoff Newling.
11: Kim Resch (North Tamworth).
7: Cloe Davis (Boggabri).
6: Phoebe Porter (Dungowan), Zoe Fleming (Gunn).
5: Georgia Horniman (Dun), Sheldyn Briggs (Moree).
4: Jess Baker (Werris Creek), Nautica Eather, Piper Rankmore (Gunnedah), Holli Rodstrom (Bogg), Sarah Gill, Rebekah Jenkins (Kootingal), Brittany Hughson (Barraba), Kim Flett (Manilla).
3: Tiarn Bayliss, Abby Schmiedel (Koot), Charlotte Eather, Jacqui Jones (Gunn), Shavanah Boota, Joan O'Leary (Man), Telisha Hilderson, Angie Knox (Narrabri), Tyla Endemi, Kate Ferguson, Leica Le Brocq (North Tamworth), Holli Rodstrom (Boggabri), Dayna Porter, Jorja Tory, Molly Turner (Werris Creek), Emma Carrigan, Jada Taylor (Dungowan), Zoe Darlington (Barr).
2: Tayla King (Koot), Maddy Buhagiar, Daneka Jones (G), Ashley Lowe, Abbey Mallise (Barraba), Ellie Capewell, Shai-Lee Smith, Antoinette Murray (Moree), Jamie Blackler, Chloe Shanley (Dungowan), Courtney Grace-Coggan, Courtney Grosser (Boggabri), Hayley Flemming, Taylah Fogarty, Lidia McCauley (Narrabri), Sheleaka O'Leary-Cloake (Man), Annalise Martin (Bogg), Steph Halpin (NT).
1: Marnie Mitchell (G), Natalie Mason, Becky Thornberry (Narr), Amy Barraclough, Rachel Halpin (NT), Tileah McGrady, Brittany Porter (Moree), Paris Knox, Ellie New (Dun), Ashlyn Summers (Bogg), Sarah Creighton (Koot), Casey Hatch, Anna Smith.