THE Wingham Tigers were at home for the final round of the Group 3 competition on Saturday afternoon against the Old Bar Beach Pirates.
It was a special charity game with the Tigers wearing pink and black jerseys instead of the usual black and gold.
The Pirates went into the game holding second position on the competition table.
The visitors scored first to lead 6-0 after five minutes.
Ten minutes later, Old Bar scored again from a bomb to lead 12-0.
A third try midway through the half made the score 18-0, and it looked like it was going to be a tough afternoon for the Tigers.
Two more tries in the next five minutes increased the advantage to 30-0. To increase the Tigers' pain, Matt Prior was sin-binned after the try.
Wingham were able to hold on until the break with just 12 players.
The second half was a different story. Jordy Styles was denied a try with the last pass called forward.
Willie Yates scored in the canteen corner from a grubber kick to put the home team on the scoreboard.
However, the Pirates retaliated immediately with a try to make it 34-4.
Ten minutes later, Willie Yates was in again as he barged his way over from dummy half.
Luke Steel converted the Yates try from the sideline to make the score 34-10.
Old Bar Beach scored two tries in the final ten minutes to win 44-10, and finish the Tigers season.
Wingham District 10 lost to Old Bar Beach 44 (Willie Yates 2 tries, Luke Steel goal)
After the games, there was a special charity night at the Australian Hotel, where the special pink and black jerseys were auctioned off.
Over $5000 was raised for Camp Quality and the Asthma Foundation.
The club thanks everyone who made a contribution to this successful event.