SHARKS GRAB FIRST WIN – GOANNAS CLAIM MINOR PREMIERSHIP
August 18, 2012 at 6:28 pm
NEWCASTLE RUGBY LEAGUE
PORT STEPHENS 36 – LAKES 20
SOUTHS 28 – CENTRAL 6
MACQUARIE 34 – WYONG 24
History has been made in Newcastle Rugby League, with Port Stephens winning its first game this afternoon, beating Lakes by 16.
Souths and Macquarie also scored victories.
At Cessnock, Maitland was out to spoil the party, Colby Schrader crossing first.
Jade Porter doubled the Pickers lead when he went solo from close range.
Not to be outdone, Terrence Seu Seu got involved, scoring one try and setting up another for Cessnock.
Riley Brown then set up Jacob McKendry, as the Goannas mounted a comeback to claim the minor premiership with a 32-28 victory.
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