The CABE NSW Under-16s have put in a scintillating attacking performance to record a commanding 36-6 victory over Pasifika Under-16s at Belmore Sportsground on Sunday.
A relentless first-half performance was the catalyst of the dominant victory, with two tries in the opening 15 minutes setting the perfect platform for further points in the later stages.
The floodgates opened in the second stanza when Paul Alamoti grabbed his second try before Turoa Williams also grabbed a double to help his side to a commanding win.
They made a blistering start when Alamoti opened the scoring in just the fifth minute of play before Oryn Keeley extended the lead with a powerful surge from close range shortly after.
Pasifika were enthusiastic in defence with some brutally-absorbing efforts but couldn't capitalise on their early chances as NSW responded with some strong defence of their own.
They would reap the rewards at the opposing end when Finnley Nielson crashed over to set up a handy 18-0 scoreline at half-time.
Alamoti grabbed his second early in the second-half to continue NSW's wave of momentum before Williams joined the scoresheet when he finished off a classy backline movement.
He quickly scored his second try just moments later to give his side an unassailable lead before Henry Alesi crossed for Pasifika's maiden try in the dying stages.