The Cowra Blues were dealt their third loss of the Central West AFL season at the hands of Bathurst Bushrangers Rebels at Mulyan Oval on Saturday afternoon.
The Rebels piled on 28 goals to Cowra’s six throughout the four terms, with the winning margin blowing out to 152 points by the final siren.
Rebels’ Grady Dean Tapping slotted a game-high six goals while a further six Bathurst players notched multiple majors.
For Cowra, Chris Day hit three six-pointers as did Al Lovett.
The result leaves Cowra at the pit of the Central West AFL ladder approaching the bye this weekend, while the Rebels remain undefeated along with Dubbo Demons.
Following the bye Cowra takes on Bathurst Giants who have registered one win this season.
Bathurst Bushrangers Rebels 28.22- 190 defeated Cowra Blues 6.2- 38.
Bathurst Bushrangers Outlaws 21.24- 150 defeated Young Saints 2.3- 15.
Orange Tigers 12.19- 91 defeated Bathurst Giants 9.7- 61.