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The St George Dragons surged to top spot of the Harvey Norman Tarsha Gale Cup ladder after a dominant 40-0 victory over the Sharks, and they were inspired by an incredible four-try performance from Leanne Toomalatai.

Toomalatai opened the scoring in just the fifth minute of play and would find herself with three consecutive tries within 19 minutes in the second-half to cap off a dynamic individual performance.

The Dragons will now look to build on their first win of the season when they take on the Parramatta Eels this Saturday. 


The Western Suburbs Magpies UNE SG Ball side bounced back from a tough opening round defeat to the Rabbitohs by recording a comfortable 34-6 win over the Roosters on the back of an electric first-half hat-trick from Piliaau Togamaga.

The livewire fullback caused plenty of havoc in the opening stages with a try after just five minutes of play before repeating his efforts just moments later to grab a quick-fire double.

By the 18-minute mark he had already grabbed his third try of the match, and continued to play a key role in the Magpies first win of the season. 


We may be just two rounds in to the UNE SG Ball Cup for 2019 but the St George Dragons have made a bold statement to the rest of the competition with a huge 52-4 victory over the West Coast Pirates.

Centre Spiro Psiroukis had a game to remember as he recorded eight conversions and two tries to contribute 24-points of his own. 

The win included a first-half shutout of the Pirates as the Dragons held a 30-0 advantage before continuing their blitz with four tries in the second-half, including two from Stevenson Upulasi. 

The Dragons now set their sights on the Newcastle Knights in search of their third consecutive victory.  


Two competition points remained well and truly up for grabs in the final stages of the Eels Round 2 clash against the Steelers but a try to David Tui in the dying stages ensured a thrilling 28-20 victory.

The Eels held a comfortable six-point advantage as the full-time siren drew near before a try to Steelers back-rower Blake Dowel with five minutes remaining reduced the deficit to just two-points.

But Tui, who made a huge impact from the interchange bench with two tries in the second-half, scored the match-sealing try in the 68thminute to help record the Eels second win of the year. 

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