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Camelboks Win Minor Premierships
The Camelboks wrapped up the minor premiership in both grades with a 15-15 draw in 2nd Grade and a 35-5 win in 1st Grade.
The 2nd Grade were able to out-score their City counterparts, but once again poor conversions allowed City to grab a draw. Jamie Nash, Johnny Sadlier and Lee Pula crossed for the Camelboks, while City got their points from 2 tries plus a conversion and a penalty goal. The Kuttabul blokes will play Slade Point in the Major Semi on Saturday, with the winner going through the the GF.
Kuttabul 2nd Grade v City R15
2nd Grade Action, Brad Hamill spots something interesting on the ground.
Gareth Mitchell and Ethan Underdown
The 1st Grade continued on with their undefeated season after a 35-5 win against 3rd placed City. The match wasn't the best from a spectators point of view with countless penalties blown and the match stopped on 22 occassions for Mackay City players to recieve medical attention. The magic sponge seemed to work on each and every time, which added weight to the theory that this was a preconceived stalling tactic.
The few times that rugby was allowed to flow, Kuttabul had the best of the running. With a dominant scrum and lineout, the forwards were able to cross for 5 tries through Mathew Jeffries, Rich Murphy, Rhys Hitchcock, Johnny Pula and Mike Entwistle. Buddha Gordon and Marc Walker were able to convert all tries in a great display of kicking.
The backs were rarely used and they will look forward to a more running-rugby friendly time slot of 4pm next week when Kuttabul take on Whitsunday in the Major Semi.
1. MATTHEW JEFFREYS
2. RICHARD MURPHY
3. SCOTT MCPHERSON
4. DAMIAN ROYAN
5. RHYS HITCHCOCK
6. JOHN PULA
7. MIKE ENTWISTLE
8. ERONI TAGICAKITAI
9. BUDDHA GORDON
10. JOSH BRUCE ©
13. EPELI RUIVADRA
14. MARC WALKER
15. NEIL WILLIS
Richard Murphy clearly struggling in the moustache growing competition.
John Pula, Richard Murphy, Mike Entwistle, Matthew Jeffreys