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All the results and scorers' details from the 15th week of the VB NSW Cup.

Mounties 52 (P Mataele 2, M Cornish, L Page, B Tupou, M Nicholls, J Hawkins, J McCrone, M Barnett tries; Cornish 8 goals) bt Wentworthville Magpies 22 (S Gorman, V Toutai, C Nelson, B Faraimo tries; B Henry 3 goals)
SUMMARY: Mounties went on a second-half rampage, scoring 40 unanswered points after trailing 22-10 at halftime against the Wentworthville Magpies. Scoring four tries in 15 minutes, Mounties clinched their first win since round 9 in dramatic fashion. It's a devastating loss for the Magpies who were the far-better side in the first half but could not overcome a lopsided penalty count and several questionable tries to Mounties.

Wyong Roos 38 (K Gallagher 2, C Centrone, A Papalii, T Cornish, L Setu, M Mcilwrick tries; Cornish 5 goals) bt Manly Sea Eagles 26 (B Fritz 2, D Berryman 2, M Chee Kam tries; K Aldridge 3 goals)
SUMMARY: Wyong Roos won a dramatic 38-26 high-scoring affair against the Manly Sea Eagles at Campbelltown Oval. Samisoni Langi and Tyler Cornish steered the Roos around well, while Abraham Papalii was a powerful asset on the wing. The Sea Eagles leveled the scores in the 70th minute after trailing 22-4 at halftime, but were unable to go on with it.

Wests Tigers 36 (T Martin 2, N Milone, D Hoeten, K Rowe, L Liolevave tries; M Woods 4, Rowe 2 goals) bt Newcastle Knights 16 (H Tuna, J Feeney, M Filipo tries; K Holland 2 goals)
SUMMARY: Wests Tigers scored 24 unanswered second-half points to overcome a 16-12 halftime deficit against the Newcastle Knights. Penani Manumalealii was outstanding for the Tigers, breaking the line on various occasions, while his halves partner Te Maire Martin was constantly involved. Kurtis Rona and Matthew Woods were also strong in a dominant second-half performance.


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