Around the Grounds | NSW Women's Premiership Rd 10

Harvey Norman Women’s Premiership Wrap

 

Bears hang on in top of the table clash

The North Sydney Bears remained undefeated in the Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership aftere a hard fought 20-14 win over Mounties at Bon Andrews Oval. The top of the table clash didn’t disappoint with one converted try the difference.  The score was locked at 6-all at half time before the Bears created momentum and came out strongly in the second half. The North Sydney Bears winger Sera Kaukiono impressed scoring a hat-trick, to assist keep her side on top of the ladder.

 

Magpies win 64 to nil over Brothers

The Wentworthville Magpies have bounced back after a two-point loss last week, to secure a 64 to nil thrashing over Brothers. In their third win of the season, the Magpies scored a total of 13 tries. Second rower Lilly-Anne Mason impressed with a hat-trick, with Carissa Farrguia, Martha Fua and Aaliyah Fasavalu Fa’amausili all scoring doubles to assist with the dominant scoreline.

 

CRL Newcastle chase fourth consecutive win

Country Rugby League Newcastle have secured their fourth consecutive win after defeating Cabramatta 34-6 at New Era Stadium. The in-form side scored six tries to Cabramatta’s one to take victory and secure third place on the ladder.  Halfback Melanie Howard impressed with the boot after converting five of the six tries.

 

Sharks dominate over Rabbitohs

The Sharks have secured a dominant 40-20 victory at home over the South Sydney Rabbitohs. The Sharks scored six tries in an impressive first-half performance to put themselves in a good position.  Doubles to Talei Holmes, Tiana Penitani and Zali Fay assisted the Sharks to the 20-point lead. Halves Maddie Studdon and Quincy Dodd took control to assist their side to victory with Studdon converting four tries.

 

Tigers take second win of season

The Wests Tigers have come off a bye to defeat the Saints 20-14 and take their second win of the season. The Saints started strongly after scoring three tries in the first half but failed to go on with it after the break. The Tigers showed great determination and fight after being down 14-4 early in the second half. The six-point victory was thanks to a match winning try in the 60th minute through Tyler Pelligra.

 

The Harvey Norman Women’s squads will have two weeks off before returning on June 7.