All the action from Round 2 of the Harvey Norman NSW Women's Premiership.
Cronulla Sharks 18 def North Sydney Bears 10
Captain Corban McGregor sealed the deal for the Sharks by converting her own try in the dying minutes of the match to defeat the North Sydney Bears 18-10.
The action commenced as soon as the whistle blew, when the Sharks put down a four-pointer in the opening minute of the match, followed by another try by centre Jaime Chapman four minutes later.
Missed conversions by McGregor meant that the home-side were only leading by eight points, enough for the Bears to bite back and snatch 10 points of their own through two tries and one conversion before the halftime siren.
Sharks kept the opposition scoreless in the second half but continued to march their way up the scoreboard when Kiana Takairangi scored a try to push her side in the lead 12-10.
The final minutes of the second half saw the dominant force of Corban McGregor kick into gear, scoring a try to cement her sides win, followed through with a successful conversion of her boot.
Cronulla have maintained their winning streak, and with an impressive roster of NSW representatives in their squad such as Maddie Studdon, Tiana Penitani and Corban McGregor, they will definitely be a dominant force in the 2020 Harvey Norman NSW Women’s Premiership.
Central Coast Roosters 32 def South Sydney Rabbitohs 8
Central Coast Roosters have sent an ominous warning to the rest of the competition with a resounding 32-8 victory over South Sydney Rabbitohs at Morry Breen Oval on Saturday.
They produced a relentless performance from start to finish with their attacking prowess just as impressive as their defensive efforts – recording their second consecutive victory to start the new season.
They have conceded just two tries in their opening two fixtures after recording a 22-0 shutout of the Bulldogs in Round 1, while the Rabbitohs are yet to taste victory after enjoying a bye last week.
The Roosters will now prepare for a blockbuster clash against Wests Tigers while South Sydney will host Wentworthville at Erskinville Oval on Saturday.
Wentworthville 4 def by Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 14
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have recorded their first win of the season following a 14-4 win over Wentworthville Magpies at Ringrose Park on Saturday.
They produced a much better performance following their disappointing 22-0 loss to the Roosters in Round 1, with Wentworthville remaining winless in the 2020 campaign.
Wentworthville now face South Sydney in Round 3 while Canterbury-Bankstown will take on a North Sydney Bears outfit desperate to avenge their defeat to the Sharks.
*Wests Tigers had a bye in Round 3
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