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Pathways Results Round 13: Flegg Hit Half Century in Treble of Wins

All three Pathways sides brought home the two competition points in their Round 13 fixtures, with the Bears coming home against Blacktown, Central Coast pipping Mounties and the Jersey Flegg Roosters posting a cricket score on Manly.

Jersey Flegg Post Half-Century on Manly

The Sydney Roosters Jersey Flegg side had their biggest win of the season in a 54-10 demolition of the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles at Waverley Oval.

Easts got on the board just two minutes in with Jordan Swann crossing, however, Manly hit back soon after with a four-pointer of their own, but from there it was all one-way traffic with Ethan King, Vuate Karawalevu and Luke Knight scoring to lead 22-4 at the break.

The momentum continued for the Red, White and Blue in the second stanza, as a phenomenal eleven-minute period saw them post five unanswered tries, which saw King complete his hat-trick as Riley Meyn, Jack Mossman and Coby Thomas also got on the scoresheet as they hit the half-century.

Both sides crossed late in the final fifteen minutes, but it was the Roosters crowing 54-10 at full-time, with halfback Sandon Smith nailing seven goals. 

The side will enjoy the bye in Round 14, before heading to Penrith to take on the Panthers in Round 15.


Sydney Roosters 54 (Ethan King 3, Vuate Karawalevu 2, Jordan Swann, Luke Knight, Riley Meyn, Jack Mossman, Coby Thomas tries; Sandon Smith 7 goals) def Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 10


Central Coast Roosters Crow at Top of the Ladder

The Central Coast Roosters have claimed top spot on the Harvey Norman Women's Premiership ladder, and remain undefeated after coming away with a close 22-20 victory over Mounties.

In a first vs second match up, the Roosters found themselves down in the first minute as their opponents enjoyed a perfect start to lead 6-nil.

The deficit extended to 14-nil at the break, but John Strange's team sailed home in a strong second half, with Yasmin Meakes, Keilee Joseph, Shawden Burton and Isabelle Kelly scoring in an emphatic 20 minute period which saw them take a 22-14 lead with ten minutes left.

Despite Mounties hitting back in the 63rd minute with the contest ending in a tense finale, the Tricolours held on to continue their winning streak to nine with a fortnight left in the regular season.

The Central Coast Roosters will host the Wests Tigers at Morry Breen Oval in their Round 14 clash on Sunday 13 June at 1:30pm.  


Central Coast Roosters 22 (Yasmin Meakes, Keilee Joseph, Shawden Burton, Isabelle Kelly tries; Jocelyn Kelleher 2, Hannah Southwell goals) def Mounties 20


Bears Score Third Consecutive Win Ahead of Bye

The North Sydney Bears secured a third straight victory ahead of their bye in Round 14, defeating the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 30-18 at North Sydney Oval.

The Bears enjoyed a strong start to the match, with two tries in the first 20 minutes to Josh Bergamin and Moala Graham-Taufa, and although the Sea Eagles struck late in the first half to close their deficit, a Tom Carr special on the stroke of half-time saw the Bears with a 14-6 lead.

Proud as Punch: Centre Brad Abbey celebrates the victory with teammates.
Proud as Punch: Centre Brad Abbey celebrates the victory with teammates. ©Ian Reilly

A four-pointer to Tony Satini extended the scores further before Norths took advantage of numbers following a sin-binning as Carr crossed again soon after.

With ten minutes left in the contest, Blacktown made it a six-point game with a try of their own, but the red and black sailed home as Carr completed his hat-trick with an emphatic effort in the 79th minute. 

The North Sydney Bears will enjoy the bye in Round 14, before taking on the Penrith Panthers in Round 15 at Panthers Stadium.


North Sydney Bears 30 (Tom Carr 3, Josh Bergamin, Moala Graham-Taufa, Tony Satini tries; Ronald Volkman 3 goals) def Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 18


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