ALBION Park-Oak Flats' Kane Ball, Warilla-Lake South's Tyrone Roberts and their NSW Country under 18s side wrapped up their successful tour of the United Kingdom, with a third win at the weekend.
The Group Seven duo and their side, coached by Jason Kelly, opened their tour with a comprehensive 50-6 win against the England Community Lions.
In the 44-point win, Roberts scored a hat-trick, while Nelson Sharp (two), Campbell Woolnough, Benjamin Lovett, Ball and Mackenzie Atkins also scored four-points.
Roberts and Rylee Blackhall landed six and one conversions respectively too - with Ball being acknowledged as the 'best on field' by the English staff.
Country's second victory came against the Leeds Rhinos at Headingly Oval, as they ran riot 34-4 - thanks to tries from Jack Hartwig, Phoenix Vetenibua-Finnerty, Nathan Kegg-King, Lovett, Kane Smith and Atkins - with five-eighth Roberts adding five goals.
Fullback Ball scored four tries (two in each half), as Hartwig, Vetenibua-Finnerty, Noah Ryan, Blackhall (20), Elijah Collis, Bradley and Atkins also added four-pointers.
Blackhall converted four of his seven attempts on goals, as Sharp connected of two occasions.
Following the conclusion of the third game, Ball was named Country's Player's Player as well as being Player of the Tour.
The NSW Country under 16s team, which originally contained Nowra's Jonah Longbottom before he was ruled out through injury, defeated England Community Lions (62-nil), Leeds (32-10) and England Community Lions West (50-6) during their tour.