Some upsets in Round Four of the Presidents Cup this weekend.
Hills District Bulls 14 def Glebe Burwood Wolves 0
The Hills Bulls have dominated Glebe Burwood Wolves, holding them scoreless in a 14-0 victory at Crestwood Reserve this afternoon.
Glebe were bolstered by the inclusion of Jacob Gagai at centre who saved a potential try early on the match when he caught a chip kick over the top in goal in slippery conditions.
The Bulls were hammering the away side’s line and off the back of multiple penalties Joel Bradford caught the defence napping and made a run from dummy half, scoring under the posts to give his side the first points and the conversion from half Josh Lewis was successful so the home side took a 6-0 lead.
The Bulls continued to have the majority of possession and a result, ten minutes before the break Lewis took a penalty goal to take the Bulls lead to eight points.
It was a hard slog in the second half and the Bulls continued to roll on and through a tired defence Bradford got them again through the middle to score and Lewis converted to take their lead to 14-0.
Wests Devils 12 def Dubbo CYMS 10
Wests Devils hung on after a second half comeback from Dubbo CYMS to claim a 12-10 victory at Sid Parrish Park.
A penalty goal to Mitch Porter got the home team on the scoreboard first but centre Wade Kavanagh hit back for Dubbo CYMS to level the scores 4-all.
Wests lock Kyle Lodge responded for Wests to give them a four-point lead.
In the second half, Wests winger Michael Applebee went over to extend the home side’s lead.
Ben Marlin hit back for CYMS and Bayden B Searle converted but it wasn’t enough to get the win and the Devils were able to bag their second win of the season.
North Sydney Bears 32 def Wentworthville Magpies 8 at North Sydney Oval
The North Sydney Bears have recorded their third victory of the 2020 Presidents Cup campaign with a comfortable 32-8 win over Wentworthville Magpies at North Sydney Oval on Saturday.
James Tuitahi starred with two tries and Tom Freebairn also produced a fine captain's display with a try of his own, while two-time Parramatta Eels starter Ethan Parry scored one of Wentworthville's two first-half tries.
Coached by Bears legend Jason Taylor, the Bears boasted an array of Canterbury Cup NSW talent with the likes of Josh Bergamin, Bradley Deitz, Tuitahi and Freebairn all in the starting 13.
The defeat heaps more misery onto the Magpies 2020 season, having conceded 88 points in their past two fixtures and remain winless through the first four rounds of the competition.
The Bears will now enjoy the bye in Round 5 while Wentworthville will look to bounce back against Western Suburbs at Ringrose Park next Sunday.
Thirroul Butchers 14 def Western Rams 10 at Wade Park
Western Suburbs v Dubbo CYMS at Sid Parrish Park
Hills District Bulls v Glebe Burwood Wolves at Crestwood Reserve
Maitland Pickers have the bye in Round 4.
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