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The Redfern All Blacks took over top place on the Sydney Metropolitan Women’s Rugby League ladder after an impressive victory over the Hunter Stars. Redfern put in a dominant display which, combined with Mounties’ close loss to Greenacre Tigers, was enough to see them finish the round in first place.

In Division 2, the top of the table clash between Glenmore Park and Berala finished in a high-scoring draw.


Round 9 Division 1 Results:

·     Greenacre 22  (C Edwards, S Mailangi, T Tufuga, H Tipene tries; O Masi 3 goals) def Mounties 20 (T Clarke, J Williams, T Peyroux, P Raikadroka tries; K Simon 2 goals).

·     Redfern All Blacks 40 def Hunter Stars 6

·     Forestville v Cronulla-Caringbah: Match postponed

·     Berkeley Vale had a BYE

Division 1 Ladder:

1.      Redfern All Blacks 15

2.      Mounties 14

3.      Greenacre 12

4.      Cronulla Caringbah 11

5.      Berkeley Vale 6

6.      Hunter Stars 6

7.      Forestville 2


Division 2 Results:

·     Glenmore Park 46 (T Hunter 4, T Lealaiauloto 3,C Culshaw, J Grant tries;  S-L Foster 5  goals) drew with Berala 46 (M Gregory 3, E Taufaao 2, H Cottrell 2, J Velataloola, R Errington tries; M Gregory 5 goals)

·     Penrith Waratahs 46  def Chester Hill 14

·     Minchinbury def Maroubra on forfeit

Division 2 Ladder:

1.      Berala 13

2.      Minchinbury 12

3.      Glenmore Park 11*

4.      Penrith Waratahs 4

5.      Maroubra 2

6.      Chester Hill 2

*note: Glenmore Park had 4 points deducted for playing an ineligible player.


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