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Seniors Report Round 13: Central Coast Continue Momentum

The Sydney Roosters Jersey Flegg Cup side have extended their winning ways, the Central Coast Roosters have continued their momentum with another win, while the North Sydney Bears were pipped against the Sea Eagles. 

For their Round 14 clashes, the Bears will take on Mounties at Aubrey Keech Reserve on Saturday, Jersey Flegg will host the Victorian Thunderbolts at Waverley Oval and the Central Coast Roosters travel west to take on St Mary's in Round 7.

Bears Beaten at Brookvale in Close Affair

It was a disappointing result for the North Sydney Bears at Brookvale Oval on Saturday night, going down 22-16 to the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles.

The hosts got off to a quick start with a try just moments in and extended their lead heading into the second quarter of the match, before second rower Jordin Leiu got over for the red and black for a 12-6 halftime scoreline. 

Another try in the opening stages of the second stanza eventuated in a double to Ethan Bullemor, with the Bears now chasing a sixteen-point deficit in the latter stages.

Tries to Lachlan Lam and Tom Carr saw them within striking distance, however, Norths were unable to capitalise in the final ten minutes, succumbing to a 22-16 defeat. 

The Bears will face Mounties at Aubrey Keech Reserve in their Round 14 clash this Saturday afternoon at 12:00pm.

North Sydney Bears 16 (Jordin Leiu, Lachlan Lam, Tom Carr tries; Tom Carr 2 goals) def by Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 22 


Jersey Flegg Continue Winning Ways Against Sea Eagles

The Sydney Roosters have continued their dominance in the Jersey Flegg Cup with a thumping 40-22 win over the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles at Brookvale Oval to remain at the top of the ladder.

Easts ran in seven tries to four on Saturday afternoon, starting with a dominant first half that saw Luke Knight and Rob Miller over just after ten minutes, before Jack Mossman crossed for a 24-12 halftime lead.

A scare just after the break saw the Sea Eagles close the deficit to just two points with quickfire tries, but the Tricolours brushed off their opponents as Corey Ross and Zac Montgomery as Knight capped his night off with a brace in another dominant display. 

The Sydney Roosters Jersey Flegg side will be in Club heartland this weekend at Waverley Oval as they play host to the Victorian Thunderbolts at 3pm on Saturday.

Sydney Roosters 40 (Jack Mossman 2, Luke Knight 2, Rob Miller, Corey Ross, Zac Montgomery tries; Hugo Savala 6 goals) def Manly Warringah Sea Eagles 22


Central Coast Claim Back to Back Wins

For the first time in 2022, the Central Coast Roosters have claimed back to back wins in the Harvey Norman Women's Premiership, this week coming away 16-8 against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at Redfern Oval.

Keilee Joseph got the Tricolours off to a fast start with a try after just the first minute of play, and while the home side hit back after a back and forth fifteen-minute period, a four-pointer to winger Olivia Glanville gave the Roosters a 10-4 lead at the break.

South struck back after the resumption to close their deficit, but Jayme Fressard ensured her side wouldn't be run down with a try heading into the final 20, before Jessica Gentle sealed the result with a penalty goal in the shadows of fulltime.

The Central Coast Roosters will face St Mary's in their Round 7 clash at 11am on Sunday morning at St Mary's Leagues Stadium.

Central Coast Roosters 16 (Keilee Joseph, Olivia Glanville, Jayme Fressard tries; Jessica Gentle goal; Jessica Gentle penalty goal) def South Sydney Rabbitohs 8

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