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Round 6 of the Sydney Metropolitan Women’s Rugby League saw a mix of close contests, come from behind victories and high scoring affairs as the Division 1 competition nears its halfway mark. After leading at halftime, last year’s Grand Finalists Forestville succumbed to a strong finish from Redfern All Blacks.

After a slow start to the season, 2015 Premiers Greenacre came away with their third successive win after defeating the star-studded Cronulla-Caringbah team 22-20. The remaining Division 1 game saw competition leaders Mounties put in another dominant performance to defeat Berkeley Vale 52-22

 

Division 1 Results:

·     Redfern All Blacks 28 (S Dargan, K Doyle, E Grimes, K Kennedy, A Tighe tries; C Caldwell 4 goals)  def Forestville 22 (L Tipene 3, H Ahipene tries; L Tipene 3 goals)

·     Greenacre 22 (R McGregor 2, G Clarke, S Henry, I Maraeara tries; C Leaupepe 1 goal) def Cronulla-Caringbah 20 ( S Bremner, G Brooker, J Etherden tries; M Studdon 4 goals)

·     Mounties 52 (S Taufa 2, T Clark 2, M Muna, J William, T Peyroux, F Wineera, K Tanevesi, D Tahu tries; K Simon 5, D Tahu goals) def Berkeley Vale 22 (J Fressard 2, M Daley, I Kelly tries; T Payne 2, B Hulley-Peachey goals)

·     Hunter Stars had a BYE

Division 1 Ladder:

1.      Mounties 12

2.      Redfern All Blacks 10

3.      Cronulla Caringbah 8

4.      Greenacre 6

5.      Hunter Stars 6

6.      Berkeley Vale 4

7.      Forestville 2

 

Division 2 Results:

·     Minchinbury 26 (A Fasavalu 3, L Faatoafe 2 tries; A Fasavalu 3 goals) def Penrith Waratahs 20 (C Eisenhuth 2, A Jackson, K Corduroy tries; L Sionesini 2 goals)

·     Berala 56 (A Lea’Aetoa 3, H Cottrell 2, A Sakava 2, J Veletaloola, A Mouhajar, R Errington tries; A Buckley 8 goals) def Chester Hill 0

·     Glenmore Park def Maroubra by Forfeit

Division 2 Ladder:

1.      Glenmore Park 12

2.      Berala 10

3.      Minchinbury 8

4.      Penrith Waratahs 2

5.      Maroubra 2

6.      Chester Hill 2

 

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