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Roosters Roll Tigers in Record-Breaking Win

The Sydney Roosters have broken the NRLW record for most points scored in a match after defeating the Wests Tigers 48-10 at Allianz Stadium on Saturday afternoon. 

A hat-trick to Mia Wood on NRLW debut was one of the many highlights for the Tricolours outfit, who dominated possession and applied the pressure to pile in 10 tries in a comprehensive performance. 

The Tricolours opened proceedings with a magnificent end-to-end set that seen Brydie Parker take the first run of the match and complete the set with a try in the corner following a trademark cut-out ball by Tarryn Aiken. Jocelyn Kelleher extended the hosts' lead to six with a conversion from touch. 

Parker Finds First Points

Parker applied more pressure to the Tigers trapping Josie Lenaz in-goal with a strong one-on-one tackle six minutes later. On the resuming drop-out, Wests opted to go short but the ball was gathered by Keilee Joseph on the 10 metres line. 

Parker Doing It All

Hooker Keeley Davis scooped up the ball and supplied a pass to Millie Boyle, who cut through the defence on an angle to find the line. Kelleher slotted the conversion to make the difference 12. 

Boyle Slices Through

Gaining valuable field position following a penalty, the Roosters piled on more points through Isabelle Kelly only two minutes later with Aiken flicking a long-ball to her Skipper who beat Rikeya Horne to get the ball down in the corner. 

Kelly Can Score

A handling-error from the Tricolours afforded the visitors an opportunity to get back in the contest, with Sarah Togatuki storming through a crowd of defenders to ground the ball beside the posts, Pauline Piliae-Rasabale converted the try, reducing the deficit to 10. 

Kelleher hit back with a perfectly executed spiralling bomb that caused trouble for Tigers fullback Tess Staines as Tarryn Aiken and Isabelle Kelly rushed in to snatch possession of the loose ball. 

A slick right-edge play by Jess Sergis resulted in a try on debut for Mia Wood, who crossed in the corner after receiving a short-ball in the 18th minute. 

Wood for the Corner

Sergis asserted her dominance to snag her own four-pointer three minutes later after Olivia Kernick sent her straight through line with a pin-point pass. 

The Roosters right edge were relentless, dominating possession to apply more pressure after Kelleher broke through and found Kernick with an offload over the top. The Jillaroos representative flicked the ball back to Sergis, who turned the defence inside out before delivering a crisp pass to Wood who crossed for a double.

Following three back-to-back sets, the Tigers found their second try through Horne, who coasted over after identifying an overlap on the right edge, but the conversion fell short for Piliae-Rasabale, leaving the score at 28-10 on the cusp of the break. 

The Tricolours continued to dominate into the second-half, with a scrum play almost resulting in a try to Aiken. On the ensuing set, Amelia Pasikala wasted no time, breaking through and wrestling the ball down for her first NRLW try, with Kelleher kicking the conversion to make the score 34-10.

Pasikala Too Powerful

Absorbing defensive pressure on their line, the Roosters took the opportunity to exploit the Tigers exhaustion with a huge run from Parker setting up Corban Baxter for a try in the 59th minute. Kelleher nailed the conversion to extend the Roosters' tally to 40. 

A hip-drop by Togatuki on Baxter saw the former-Rooster sent to the sin-bin four minutes later, allowing the hosts to take full advantage of their extra player to send Wood over in the corner for a hat-trick on debut. 

The mighty Tricolours iced the win with a try to Kelleher after Kelly and Sergis combined for a 40-metre effort to bring the Roosters upfield and open the door for the crafty halfback to dive over. 

Sydney Roosters 48 (Brydie Parker, Millie Boyle, Isabelle Kelly, Mia Wood 2, Jessica Sergis, Amelia Pasikala, Corban Baxter, Jocelyn Kelleher tries, Jocelyn Kelleher 3 goals) def Wests Tigers 10. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Sydney Roosters respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.