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The wet weather leading into the weekend led to the cancellation of all 3 Division 1 matches this weekend. With one week remaining before the Semi-Finals, only a few catch-up matches remain before the Semi-Final match-ups are confirmed.

Meanwhile, in the Division 2 competition, grounds being opened allowed all games to go ahead, with Berala scoring a win against the competition leaders Glenmore Park who were without a number of players. There is one competition round remaining in the Division 2 competition.


Division 1 Results: No games due to poor weather

Division 2 Results:

·     Minchinbury 58 (R Faatoafe 2, I Mate 2, K Vave 2, C Fekitoa, M Moran, G Aigea, M Dunn, G Lavemai tries C Fekitoa 7 goals) def Maroubra 20 (J McGaw 2, S Spooner, E Perrin tries; E Perrin, J Scott goals)

·     Penrith Waratahs 74  (S Carr 3, C Eisenhuth 3, K Corderoy, T Gunther, A Jackson, M O’herir, P Wise, K Mohi tries; L Sionesini 4, K Mohi 3, S Carr 2, D Corney, K Long goals) def Chester Hill 12 (L Blackmore, A Faaofo tries; L Blackmore, A Faaofo goals)

·     Berala Bears 36 (A Buckley 2, E Taufaao 2, M Gregory, A Mouhajar tries; M Gregory 6 goals) def Glenmore Park 28 (L Lealaiauloto,  T Lealaiauloto, C Urweiss, C Brittany, J Grant tries; T Lealaiauloto 4 goals)

Division 2 Ladder

1.      Glenmore Park 19*

2.      Minchinbury 18

3.      Berala 17

4.      Penrith Waratahs 10

5.      Chester Hill 4

6.      Maroubra 2

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


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