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Round 2 of the SMWRL was held this weekend with the Redfern All Blacks, Mounties and Cronulla-Caringbah remaining undefeated at the top of the Division 1 ladder.

At Roberts Park, Mounties were again involved in a closely-contested match and led by six points to four at half-time over Greenacre. The second half saw Mounties hold off last year's Premiers for a final score of 16-12, with both teams scoring three tries and only the goal kicking of Kiya Simon proving the difference.

In Division 2, Minchinbury came up short of a maiden win against Berala, while Glenmore Park posted another strong win to go to the top of the ladder.


Division 1 Results:

Redfern All Blacks 30 (J Allende 2, K Kennedy 2, L Phillips, N Welsh tries; C Caldwell 2, L Phillips goals) def Hunter Stars 12 (P Desmond, E Young tries; C Moran 2 goals)

Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks 24  def Forestville Ferrettes 10

Mounties 16 (Dahlia Tahu 2, Briony Livingstone tries; Kiya Simon 2 goals) def Greenacre 12 (Chloe Leaupepe, Inangaro Maraeara, Raecene McGregor tries)

Berkeley Vale Panthers 78 (J Fressard 5, R McKay 3, I Kelly, S O’Hagan, B Starr, J Wolfe, M Maddalena, C Byrne tries; B Starr 11 goals) def Penrith Waratahs 4 (M Smith try)

Division 1 Ladder:

  1. Redfern All Blacks 4
  2. Mounties 4
  3. Cronulla Caringbah 4
  4. Berkeley Vale 2
  5. Hunter Stars 2
  6. Greenacre 0
  7. Forestville 0
  8. Penrith 0


Division 2 Results:

Glenmore Park Brumbies 48 (T Hunter 2, A Scott 2, S Foster,  M Chapman, C Culshaw, J Dixon, L lealaiauloto, T Wright tries; S Foster 6 goals) def Chester Hill 6 (R Dixon try; A Blackmore goal)

Berala Bears 28 (A Buckley 2, A Lea'aetoa,  A Mouhajar,  A Vakacoa tries; M Gregory 4 goals) def Minchinbury Jets 20 (Ruti Faatoafe; K Graham; S Kerr; K Vave tries; C Fekitoa 2 goals)

Maroubra had a BYE

Division 2 Ladder:

  1. Glenmore Park 4
  2. Berala 4
  3. Minchinbury 2
  4. Maroubra 2
  5. Chester Hill 0

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