CCRU Round 7

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION
RESULTS
SATURDAY, 27th MAY, 2017
ROUND 7

PREMIER 1
Terrigal 20 Liam Caulfield, Mitch Hirst tries;
Aaron Tait 2 conversions, 2 penalty goals
defeated
Ourimbah 18 Josefa Biu, Matt King tries;
Rob Richardson 1 conversion, 2 penalty goals

Avoca Beach 16 Elliot Dawkins, Pat Wheatley tries;
Connor Kondrat 2 penalty goals
defeated
Warnervale 10 Scott Fitzpatrick, Atunaisa Turagabeci tries

Woy Woy 73 Blake Arahill 3, Afeleti Atiola 2, Luke Meany, Mitch Hyde, Jack Dewar, Iliesa Rokobrega, Jake Cucek, Hes Polaulu tries;
Alex Moore 2 conversions;
Luke Meany 6 conversions;
Tamani Cama 1 conversions
defeated
Hornsby 19 Aaron Duncan, John O’Donnell, Ed Mills tries;
Sam White 2 conversions

Kariong 54 Lachlan Peruch 2, Josh Bottero 2, Lonny Clark, Corey Holwill, Mitch Clay, Ryan Wallbank tries;
Scott Hanley 6 conversions;
Mitch Clay 1 conversions
defeated
The Lakes 12 Macui Raulini, Iliesa Cama tries;
Iliesa Cama 1 conversion

POINTS TABLE
Terrigal 28
Kariong 23
Ourimbah 22
Warnervale 20
Avoca Beach 15
Woy Woy 15
Gosford 8
Hornsby 5
The Lakes 1

PREMIER 2
Terrigal 20 Ourimbah 10
Warnervale 22 Avoca Beach 12
Woy Woy 15 Hornsby 15
The Lakes 19 Kariong 17

PRESIDENTS CUP
Terrigal 17 Ourimbah 12
Avoca Beach 10 Terrigal 7
Woy Woy 31 Hornsby 12
The Lakes 29 Kariong 17
Gosford 31 The Entrance 12

COLTS
Terrigal 14 Avoca Beach 10
Kariong 38 Woy Woy 5

REPORT :
Terrigal confirmed their position at the top of the competition ladder with a hard fought win over Ourimbah at The Haven Oval, running out winners by 20 points to 18. It was certainly an even battle throughout with both teams having their chances of victory. The early stages of the contest saw both teams having periods of attack and defence. There was plenty of action on the playing field but none on the scoreboard. In fact it was Ourimbah who opened the scoring with a try in the corner in only the 20th minute. This 5 points to nil lead was deserved at this stage as they were playing some good rugby. Terrigal did respond with a penalty goal to make the score 5-3. Ourimbah did have the better of play in the first half and two very quick penalty goals to their five-eighth Rob Richardson saw them jump to a handy 11 points to 3 lead. At this stage things were all going their way. But Terrigal were not to be denied. In the 34th minute Terrigal completed a good team try when their prop Liam Caulfield crossed for a vital try just prior to the break. A sideline conversion by Aaron Tait had reduced the Ourimbah lead to 11 points to 10. This was to be the halftime score and both teams know it was to be a struggle in the second half. Terrigal took the lead for the first time in the match at just the 2nd minute of the second stanza when they kicked a penalty goal to make the score 13-11. Much of the second half was an arm wrestle but it was Terrigal now who were playing the better rugby. They were rewarded in the 18th minute with a very good try to centre Mitch Hirst. Another excellent conversion from touch by Terrigal five-eight Aaron Tait saw the home side jump to a handy 20 points to 11 lead. However Ourimbah were not to be denied. A wonderful individual try to their halfback Matt King in the 30th minute saw the score reduced to 20 points to 18. With time running out there was huge excitement in the final 10 minutes as both teams tries to secure the win. However it was Terrigal who were able to hang on for victory. The win sees them remain undefeated, and at the top of the competition ladder.

Avoca Beach defeated Warnervale at Woongarrah Oval by 16 points to 10. This was such a vital win for the Avoca Beach team and keeps them in touch with the Top Four. The match was an even struggle throughout. There was very little scoring in the opening quarter of the match as both teams attempted to sort each other out in attempt to gain the ascendancy. However it was Avoca Beach who were able to post the first points. In fact a try and 2 penalty goals saw the visitors go to the halftime break leading by 11 points to nil. It seemed things were going all their way but they knew the home side would come back strongly. In fact Warnervale did outscore Avoca Beach in the second half by 10 points to 5 but the first half had proved costly for them. Both teams put in very good performances and both teams know they can have an effect on all the action at the end of the season. Best players for Avoca Beach were the veteran Emile Thomas, who was strong all day. He was very well supported by his lock partner Elliott Dawkins. Best for Warnervale were Scott Fitzpatrick, who scored a try, and Mitchell Reilly.

Woy Woy were far too strong for Hornsby at Woy Woy Oval, running out victors by 73 points to 19. The early stages of the match saw an even contest but very quickly Woy Woy were able to assert their dominance and the further the match went on the more dominant Woy Woy became. Woy Woy led by 38 points to 5 at the halftime break, and they were able to maintain this same scoring rate in the second half. It was an important win for Woy Woy and keeps them in touch with the competition frontrunners. Best players for Woy Wot were Blake Arahill, who crossed for 3 tries, Mitch Hyde, and Afeleti Atiola, who also crossed for 2 individual tries. Hornsby would be hugely disappointed with the result after some good performances in recent weeks.

Kariong proved too strong for The Lakes at Slade Park. They continued their very good recent form with a 54 points to 12 win. Kariong were able to run in 10 tries to 2 in what was a good indicator of the flow of the match. The match saw Kariong flankers, Josh Bottero and Lachlan Peruch, both crossing for 2 tries apiece, and they certainly made their mark on the match. Others to play well for Kariong were five-eight Mitch Clay, Scott Hanley and Ryan Wallbank. The win sees Kariong jump into second spot on the competition ladder in what has proved a great start to this season for them. The Lakes never stopped, and they were rewarded with 2 good tries to Macui Raulini and Iliesa Cama. These two players certainly made an impact on the match.

In the President’s Cup, Gosford defeated The Entrance by 31 points to 12 at Gosford Showground. The home side played good rugby to secure the win.

CCRU Round 6

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION
RESULTS
SATURDAY, 20th MAY, 2017
ROUND 6

PREMIER 1
Kariong 25 Phil Brown, Tom Clay, Steve McGrath tries;
Scott Hanley 2 conversions, 2 penalty goals
defeated
Ourimbah 19 Brett Cunningham, Tyler Jones, Ryan Pike tries;
Jarrod Grange 2 conversions

Avoca Beach 21 Chris Newton 2, Blake Jacob tries;
Connor Kondrat 3 conversions
defeated
Woy Woy 10 Lapana Vitale try;
Alex Moore 1 conversion, 1 penalty goal

Warnervale 21 Mitchell Johnson 2, Atunaisa Turagabeci tries;
Cameron McNamara 3 conversions
defeated
Gosford 19 Chris Heap, Tomson Fawkner, Drew Neist tries;
Hugo Pike 2 conversions
Terrigal 61 Dylan Calabria 2, Adam Dankert 2, Martin Wahbe, Joe Taylor, Sam Kenny, Mitch Hirst, Dan Sargeant tries;
Adam Danckert 8 conversions
defeated
Hornsby 17 Earl Yandall, John O’Donnell, Mitch Fullager tries;
Sam White 1 conversion

PREMIER 1 POINTS TABLE
Terrigal 24
Ourimbah 21
Warnervale 19
Kariong 18
Avoca Beach 11
Woy Woy 10
Gosford 8
Hornsby 5
The Lakes 1

PREMIER 2
Ourimbah 33 Kariong 24
Woy Woy 19 Avoca Beach 17
Warnervale 26 Gosford 7
Terrigal 44 Hornsby 0

PRESIDENTS CUP
Ourimbah 71 Kariong 12
Avoca Beach 19 Woy Woy 5
Gosford 87 Warnervale 5
Terrigal 32 Hornsby 0
The Entrance 10 The Lakes 0

COLTS
Avoca Beach 50 Woy Woy 0
Kariong 22 Terrigal 0

REPORT :
After 6 rounds, and with the competition a third of the way through the season, things are beginning to sort themselves out in terms of the competition ladder.

In the Match of the Day, Kariong defeated Ourimbah by 25 points to 19 at Kariong Oval. In what many would regard as a minor upset, Kariong started off strongly and had secured enough points early in the match to be able to hang on for victory. Kariong did start well. They played good rugby and took advantage of some hesitant Ourimbah play. Kariong went to the break leading by 14 points to nil and they did deserve that lead. The home side went further ahead early in the second half when they were able to cross for another try. In fact early in the second half they had gone to a match winning lead of 22 points to nil and it all seemed over. It was only then that Ourimbah started to put things together. They were able to cross for three unanswered tries and suddenly the Kariong lead had been reduced to 22 points to 19 and the match was certainly very much up for grabs. However Kariong were able to settle the ship, and with a late penalty goal were able to hang on for victory. It was a wonderful team effort by the Kariong squad and this important win places them in the Top Four. Best players for Kariong were lock Phil Brown, who crossed for 2 tries, five-eight Mitchell Clay, hooker Justin Walker and flanker Lachlan Peruch. Ourimbah, after a disastrous start, came back extremely well and could have taken the match. Best players for them were Clint Guyatt and Jarrod Grange. It was an enthralling game of rugby and does show that any of the top teams can win on the day.

Avoca Beach returned to the winner’s circle with a hard fought 21 points to 10 victory over Woy Woy at Heazlett Park. This match was tight throughout but Avoca Beach were able to lead for much of the match and were able to record a significant win. Woy Woy opened the scoring with an early penalty goal, but it was then that the home side who were able to respond with 14 unanswered points in the remainder of the first half. Avoca Beach went to the halftime break leading by 14 points to 3. Best players for Avoca Beach were No.8 Chad Martin, while Blake Jacob continued his great recent form. Woy Woy scored early in the second half, and with the match score at Avoca Beach 14 Woy Woy 10 the match was there to be taken. It was a struggle in the second period and both teams had their chances to get the win. However a converted try to Avoca Beach sealed the victory for them. The second half was all square at 7 points apiece but the first half performance by the home side had got them the win. Woy Woy had several very good players but none were better than Nick Garnett, Lapana Vitale, who scored their try, and Damien Fleming. These two teams are just out of the Top Four and the next few weeks will be most crucial for them both in terms of the Finals Series.

Warnervale hang on for a tight win over Gosford at Gosford Showground, running out winners by 21 points to 19. In a match which saw both teams make numerous errors, the result was only secured on the fulltime whistle. It was an entertaining match to watch because of the various changes in possession but neither team would be happy with their overall performance. The match was close throughout however. Warnervale went to the halftime break leading by 14 points to 12 and both teams know victory was possible. This remained the score for most of the second period but when Warnervale scored a converted try late in the match, and led by 21 points to 12, it seemed to be all over. However Gosford stormed home, scoring a converted try and then missing a penalty shot at goal right on fulltime, which would have snatched the home side the win. Best for Warnervale were centre Mitchell Johnson, who ran strongly all day and crossed for 2 tries, lock Mark Fittler, and flanker Ethan Sant. Best for Gosford were flankers Hugo Pike and Joel Wagner, while back Josh McGlynn was always dangerous with the ball in hand. The win sees Warnervale confirm their Top Four spot while Gosford need to secure a change in fortune soon if they are to threaten the Finals this year.

Terrigal continued their free flowing form with a good win over Hornsby by 61 points to 17 at Mark Taylor Oval. Terrigal led by 26 points to 12 at the halftime break but the further the match went on the better they played. The match was not all one way traffic as Hornsby showed great speed in the backs and were able to cross for three very good tries. The win sees Terrigal jump to the top of the competition ladder. Best for Terrigal were wingers Dan Sargeant and Dylan Calabria, halfback Sekope Maea, lock Joe Taylor and five-eight Adam Dankert who scored 26 personal points. Hornsby never stopped trying and were best served by Earl Yandall and Mitch Fullager.

In the President’s Cup, The Entrance recorded a pleasing win over The Lakes at Joseph Banks Oval by 10 points to 0. The home side played good rugby in very wintery conditions on Friday night.

CCRU Round 5

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION
RESULTS
SATURDAY, 13th MAY, 2017
ROUND 5

PREMIER 1
Terrigal 49 Dylan Calabria 2, Ethan McInnes 2, Ryan Metcalfe, Josh Vainikolo, Martin Wahbe tries;
Adam Danckert 7 conversions
defeated
Avoca Beach 0

Woy Woy 35 Blake Arahill 2, Eperama Tuka, Sam Soane, Nick Garnett tries;
Alex Moore 3 conversions;
Luke Meany 2 conversions
defeated
Gosford 17 Adam Howe 2, Drew Neist tries;
Hugo Pike 1 conversion

Ourimbah 40 Brett Cunningham 2, Rob Richardson 2, Nathan Gray 2 tries;
Ryan Fenning 5 conversions
defeated
Hornsby 8 Mitch Fullager try;
Sam White 1 penalty goal

Warnervale 29 Atunailse Turagebeci 2, Tevita Moala, Mark Fittler tries;
Cameron McNamara 3 penalty goals
defeated
The Lakes 10 Pene Raulini 2 tries

PREMIER 1 POINTS TABLE
Ourimbah 20
Terrigal 19
Warnervale 15
Kariong 14
Woy Woy 10
Avoca Beach 7
Gosford 7
Hornsby 5
The Lakes 1

PREMIER 2
Avoca Beach 22 Terrigal 12
Woy Woy 32 Gosford 14
Ourimbah 54 Hornsby 0
The Lakes 17 Warnervale 15

PRESIDENTS CUP
Terrigal 23 Avoca Beach 3
Gosford 31 Woy Woy 7
Ourimbah 86 Hornsby 0
The Lakes 30 Warnervale 6
The Entrance 33 Kariong 5

COLTS
Avoca Beach 7 Terrigal 0
Kariong 20 Woy Woy 0

REPORT :
The 2017 Central Coast Rugby season continued on today with some very interesting games of rugby. The 2017 local rugby season is developing and no clear pattern has developed yet in terms of the competition ladder.

The Match of the Day at The Haven Oval was won by Terrigal by 49 points to 0 in what proved a totally dominant performance. They led from the very start and the Avoca Beach team simply had no answers to the onslaught. Terrigal led by 21 points to nil at the halftime break and they were able to go on and double their points tally in the second 40 minutes. Best for Terrigal were hooker Ethan McInnes, who was outstanding, flanker Ryan Metcalfe and Josh Vainikolo. Best players for Avoca Beach were Blake Jacob, Chad Martin, and Pat Wheatley who all never stopped trying. The win sees Terrigal maintain their undefeated record and are stamping themselves as one of the teams to defeat in 2017.

Woy Woy were able to do enough to defeat Gosford at Woy Woy Oval by 35 points to 17. The match started out as a relatively even affair and both teams would have held high hopes of securing the win. But two intercept tries to Woy Woy, and a couple more later, certainly placed the home side in the box seat. Woy Woy led by 21 points to nil at the halftime break. The second half was a much more even affair on the scoreboard but the damage had been done. Best for Woy Woy were Blake Arahill, who scored 2 tries, and Luke Meany. Adam Howe was also good for Gosford and he crossed for 2 individual tries.

Warnervale gained a gritty win over The Lakes at Slade Park, and ran out winners by 29 points to 10. It was only 11 points to 5 to Warnervale at the break and when The Lakes scored early in the second half, and with score then at 11-10, it seemed it was going to be a battle royal. However Warnervale settled to the task and were able to control proceedings in the latter period of the match. Best for Warnervale were Cameron McNamara, Mitchell Riley and Matt Willmott. The Lakes were quite impressive despite the loss and were best served by Pene Raulini who crossed for 2 tries.

Ourimbah continued their great form this season with a storming win over Hornsby at Ourimbah Rugby Park, winning by 40 points to 8. It was a comfortable win for the undefeated home side but they did not have it all their own way. Ourimbah led by 21 points to 3 at the halftime break and had the win secured but Hornsby never gave in and fought it out to the very end. Best for Ourimbah were Tyler Jones and Keegan Evans, while Sam White was impressive for the visitors.

In the President’s Cup, The Entrance recorded a most heartening win over Kariong at Joseph Banks Oval by 33 points to 5. The home side are certainly travelling well and the future does look good for them.

CCRU Round 4

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION
RESULTS
SATURDAY, 6th MAY, 2017
ROUND 4

PREMIER 1
Ourimbah 29
Tyler Jones, Oliver Dark, Caleb Pritchard, Jaydn Pearson tries;
Jarrod Grange 2 conversions;
Rob Richardson 1 conversion, penalty goal
defeated
Avoca Beach 10
Nathan Brown try;
Nathan Brown conversion;
Conner Kondrat penalty goal


Terrigal 43
Frankie Webber 3, Ethan McInnes 2, Mitch Hirst, Dylan Calabria tries;
Adam Danckert 4 conversions
defeated
Gosford 8
Mitch Cornwell try;
Hugo Pike 1 penalty goal


Kariong 36
Rob Brown, Lachlan Peruch, Phil Brown, Steve McGrath, Yulari Smith-Symes, Jake Holwill tries;
Scott Hanley 3 conversions
defeated
Hornsby 13
Harry Fox try;
Sam White 1 conversion, 2 penalty goals


Woy Woy 42
Alifeleti Atiola, Luke Meany, Zac Stride, Fokolulu Taumalolo, Blake Arahill, Alex Moore tries;
Alex Moore 6 conversions
defeated
The Lakes 24
Michael Ferry, Wiremu Pirini, Aliesi Cama, Maciu Rauluni tries;
Aliesi Cama 2 conversions

PREMIER 1 POINTS TABLE
Ourimbah 15
Kariong 14
Terrigal 14
Warnervale 10
Avoca Beach 7
Gosford 7
Hornsby 5
Woy Woy 5
The Lakes 1

PREMIER 2
Avoca Beach 19 Ourimbah 3
Terrigal 44 Gosford 19
Kariong 24 Hornsby 8
The Lakes 36 Woy Woy 12

PRESIDENTS CUP
Ourimbah 36 Avoca Beach 35
Gosford 27 Terrigal 5
Kariong 29 Hornsby 7
Woy Woy 10 The Lakes 7
The Entrance 41 Warnervale 5

COLTS
Kariong 15 Avoca Beach 12
Woy Woy 12 Terrigal 10

REPORT :

The 2017 Central Coast Rugby season got back into the swing of things this weekend with some high scoring games of rugby.

The Match of the day at Heazlett Park was won by Ourimbah, 29 point to 10, over the home side, Avoca Beach. Avoca Beach started the match well and scored an early try to go up 7-0 but this was the only time they were ahead on the scoreboard. Once they settled into their rhythm Ourimbah scored five tries, all of which came about from the pace of their outside backs. It was these players, Jaydn Pearson, Caleb Pritchard and Oliver Dark, who were the difference between the two sides. The forward packs were evenly matched with Avoca dominating most scrums, but they did not have an answer when Ourimbah got the ball to their speedy backs. By half-time Ourimbah had hit the lead by 8 points to 7 and they were never troubled on the scoreboard in the second half. Avoca made too many mistakes and each time Ourimbah capitalised on these errors, gaining needed field position and posting points. The Jacob connection, Mitch and Blake, both had strong games for Avoca Beach but it was Ourimbah who claimed the bonus point win to jump to the top of the CCRU Pointstable.

At The Haven, Terrigal were far too good for Gosford, claiming a 43 points to 8 win. Terrigal scored seven tries to one which clearly shows they were the better team on the paddock. Frankie Webber ran in three tries from fullback and the centre pairing of Mitch Hirst and Dylan Calabria were solid in both attack and defence for the home side. The first half was a quite even struggle with the home side only going to the halftime break leading by 12 points to 3. At that stage it seemed the match was still up for grabs. However things all went Terrigal’s way in the second half. For Gosford, Mitch Cornwell had his usual strong game scoring a second half try for his side.

Woy Woy claimed their first win of the season, defeating The Lakes 42 points to 24 at Slade Park. The visitors were able to cross for six tries to four in their victory, and they were up by 28 points to 12 at halftime. They continued their try scoring in the second half. The Lakes certainly gave it their all, scoring four tries to keep the scores close, only down 35-24 late in the second half but a late try to Woy Woy sealed their win. Best for the home side was flanker Wiremu Pirini while forwards Matt Graham and Blake Arahill both had great games for the visitors.

Kariong moved into second place on the ladder with a convincing 36 points to 13 win over Hornsby at Kariong Oval. Justin Walker at hooker and flanker Lachlan Peruch both had a great game for the home side, while prop Angus McQueen was strong for Hornsby. Kariong were always in control of the match, up 24 points to 13 as the match went into half-time and finished strongly to claim a bonus point win.

In the President’s Cup, The Entrance travelled to Woongarrah Sports Field and were able to post a big win over Warnervale by 41 points to 5.

CCRU Round 3

CENTRAL COAST RUGBY UNION
RESULTS
SATURDAY, 22nd APRIL, 2017
ROUND 3

PREMIER 1
Warnervale 20 Brenton Acreman, Atunailse Turagebeci tries;
Cameron McNamara 2 conversions,
2 penalty goals
defeated
Kariong 7 Yulari Smith-Symes try;
Scott Hanley 1 conversion

Ourimbah 41 Josefa Biu 4, Oliver Dark, Rob Richardson tries;
Rob Richardson 4 conversions, 1 penalty goal
defeated
Gosford 7 Sam Underwood try;
Hugo Pike 1 conversion

Avoca Beach 64 Pat Wheatley 3, Elliott Dawkins 2, Luke Sheridan 2, Brad Sheridan, Mitch Jacob, Nathan Brown tries;
Nathan Brown 6 conversions;
Blake Jacob 1 conversion
defeated
Hornsby 0


Terrigal 75 Adam Dankert 2, Dylan Calabria 2, Liam Caulfield, Ethan McInnes, Dan Sargeant, Frankie Webber, Josh Cotter, Rob Seltzer, Penalty Try;
Adam Danckert 9 conversions

defeated
The Lakes 8 Maciu Rauluni try;
Iliesa Cama 1penalty goal

PREMIER 1 POINTS TABLE
Warnervale 10
Ourimbah 10
Kariong 9
Terrigal 9
Avoca Beach 7
Gosford 7
Hornsby 5
The Lakes 0
Woy Woy 0

PREMIER 2
Warnervale 24 Kariong 17
Gosford 26 Ourimbah 12
Avoca Beach 29 Hornsby 7
Terrigal 69 The Lakes 7

PRESIDENTS CUP
Warnervale 26 Kariong 14
Gosford 14 Ourimbah 10
Avoca Beach 69 Hornsby 0
The Lakes 24 Terrigal 10
Woy Woy 13 The Entrance 12

COLTS
Avoca Beach 39 Kariong 12
Kariong 20 Warnervale 0

REPORT :

The 2017 Central Coast Rugby season continued this weekend with most matches resulting in quite dominant results. However the Match of the Day at Woongarrah Oval was a reasonably tight encounter for much of the match. Warnervale was able to defeat Kariong by 20 points to 7. Warnervale were able to score 2 tries to one in the match and this fact alone demonstrates the closeness of the contest. Kariong had periods of dominance and used their backline well. However the Warnervale forward pack were up to the task and were able to play some very good rugby to allow the home side to control the ruck and maul situation. Warnervale had several very good players in the match but none were better than flanker Cameron McNamara. He was everywhere in attack and defence and his goal kicking allowed his team to get ahead on the scoreboard. Halfback Brenton Acreman scored a good try and was able to supply good ball to his support players. Kariong were best served by prop Richard Harvey, flanker Lachlan Peruch and centre Steve McGrath. The result shows that both these teams will go well this year, however the win to Warnervale sees them very well placed at the top of the competition ladder.

Ourimbah stormed home to defeat Gosford by 41 points to 7 at Ourimbah Rugby Park. The first half was a quite even struggle with both teams having their chances of gaining the ascendancy. Gosford did open the scoring with a converted try to Sam Underwood but that was the end of their scoring feats. Ourimbah took the lead in the first half and they went to the break leading by 13 points to 7. The second half was all Ourimbah. They went on to score 6 tries to one in the match. The feature of the match was the try scoring of their lock Joesefa Biu who scored 4 tries in this match and he proved almost unstoppable. This performance follows his 5 tries he scored in their last match. He was definitely the player of the match. He was very well supported by Rob Richardson, Oliver Dark and Caleb Pritchard. Gosford started well but simply could not maintain this success. They would be most disappointed with result. Best players for the visitors were flanker Luke Brown and Hugo Pike, while winger Tomson Fawkner played well. The win sees Ourimbah with two wins from 2 matches and placed at the top of the competition ladder with Warnervale.

Terrigal had a resounding win over The Lakes at The Haven Oval, running out victors by 75 points to 8. It was all Terrigal throughout the match. The Lakes started well but just could not stop the onslaught from Terrigal. The home side crossed for 11 tries in what proved an excellent performance. The win does show that they will be most keen and capable of defending their Premiership this year. Best players for Terrigal were backs Dylan Calabria, Dan Sargeant, Adam Dankert, who scored 28 individual points, while hooker Ethan McInnes was outstanding. The Lakes gave it their all and were best served by Anthony McGuiness, Iliesi Cama and Pio Seru.

Avoca Beach gained their first win of the season and it was a big one. They were able to defeat Hornsby at Mark Taylor Oval by 64 points to nil. They were able to cross for 10 tries in what proved a totally dominant performance. They scored early and continued their great form for the entire 80 minutes, Best for Avoca Beach were props Luke Sheridan and Josh Meadham, winger Pat Wheatley, who crossed for 3 tries, flanker Brad Sheridan and fullback Nathan Brown. Hornsby tried hard on the day, and their best performers were Sam White and Mitch Fullager.

In the President’s Cup, The Entrance travelled to Woy Woy Oval and were defeated in a very close match by Woy Woy to the tune of 13 points to 12.

 

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