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    Clarence Coast Magpies Group One U14 five eight Kennyon Elisaia-Thomas finished the regular season off in style yesterday in Round Ten scoring 14 of his sides 52 points from two tries and three goals as they defeated Ballina 52-6.

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    Titans contracted Ryan Foran and Riley Lack made their NRRRL First Grade debuts this afternoon for Murwillumbah against Bilambil.

    Both 17 year olds started from the bench for the Mustangs.

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    Titans contracted front rower Joseph Shannon was in his element on Friday night in Round 9 of the GCRL U16 Division One competition for Runaway Bay in their 10-4 win over Nerang.

    In the fierce forward battle Joseph Shannon was in the thick of everything including a big line break that ended up with a great left arm offload.

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    The 2020 school boy Langer Cup competition for Titans contracted Bailey Martin.

    In PBC’s first trial after the Covid 19 pandemic, Bailey Martin started at lock for the PBC A side that played against the PBC B side. Unfortunately due to injury Bailey Martin missed PBC’s Langer Cup Round One match against Ipswich State High School.

    Bailey Martin came back into the PBC Open Langer Cup side, coming off the bench in Round Two against Wavell State High School and operating as a running forward when he came on in the first half. Bailey Martin was unlucky not to score late in the second half after making a break but a desperate tackle by the Wavell fullback meant he could not ground the ball when he was over the line.

    Bailey Martin also started from the bench in Round Three of the Langer Cup against St Mary’s Toowoomba coming onto the field mid-way through the first half playing at lock for PBC as they maintained their unbeaten start to the 2020 Langer Cup competition on the back of a hard fought 16 – 6 victory.

    Bailey Martin moved in the PBC starting line at lock for the Round Four Langer Cup local derby against Keebra Park State High School but moved back to the bench for Round Five against Marsden State High School.

    Bailey Martin also started on the bench for PBC as they qualified for the 2020 Langer Cup Grand final against Keebra Park on the back of an impressive 34 – 6 victory over Ipswich State High School. Bailey Martin was impressive in the match after coming on towards the end of the first half, especially defensively.

    Bailey Martin however also produced an outstanding hit-up early in the second half breaking multiple tackles when he took the ball up just inside the Ipswich end on the left side of the field. As usual Bailey Martin smartly cut back behind the play the ball when he took possession of the ball catching defenders not moving up and made them pay with a twenty metre run.

    Bailey Martin started the 2020 Langer Cup Grand Final from the bench for PBC as they defeated Keebra Park 16 – 8 in a high quality match, playing at lock when he came on and literally tackled everything that moved in his stint on the field.

    In the Queensland School Boys Final against Kirwan State High School Bailey Martin started on the bench as PBC travelled to take on their North Queensland based opponents and as usual tackled everything that moved when he came on to play in the middle of the field as PBC went down 24 – 20 in tough circumstances.

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    The 2020 school boy Langer Cup competition for Titans contracted Brock Priestley.

    Brock Priestley started at lock in Round One as PBC took on Ipswich State High School. Brock Priestley also started at lock in Round Two against Wavell State High School and in Round Three against St Mary’s Toowoomba.

    Brock Priesley moved to the front row in the Round Four local derby against Keebar Park and started at lock in Round Five against Marsden State High School.

    Brock Priestley moved right second row for PBC as they qualified for the 2020 Langer Cup final on the back of an impressive 34 – 6 victory over Ipswich State High School.

    Brock Priestley started the 2020 Langer Cup Grand Final at right second row for PBC as they defeated Keebra Park 16 – 8 in a high quality match, running some impressive lines especially close to the Keebra Park line.

    In the Courier Mail 2020 Langer Cup Team of the Year, Brock Priestley was named in starting side at lock.

    In the Queensland School Boys Final against Kirwan State High School Brock Priestley started at right second row as PBC travelled to take on their North Queensland based opponents and scored PBC’s opening two tries as PBC went down 24 – 20 with both tries coming in the first half.

    Brock Priestley’s first try of the match came when he was on hand to grab a kick from PBC five eight Ryan Rivett that had rebounded off the Kirwan foot. Brock Priestley displayed good hands to pluck the ball out of the air when running at full speed and once he was through the initial defensive line as a result, veered to his left to beat the fullback and score fifteen metres from the right upright.

    Brock Priestley’s second try came late in the first half and was a direct result of Brock Priestley running a perfect hard straight line into a gapt around twenty metres out down the blind side and once he was through the defensive line, no one had any chance of stopping him scoring five metres in from the right corner post.

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    The 2020 school boy Langer Cup competition for Titans contracted Oskar Bryant.

    In his first year at PBC Oskar Bryant was part of the PBC Langer Cup Open A school boy rugby league squad, where he operated primarily in the dummy half role. In PBC’s first trial after the Covid 19 pandemic, Oskar Bryant started at hooker for the PBC A side that played against the PBC B side.

    Oskar Bryant started Round One of the Langer Cup on the bench as PBC took on Ipswich State High School and made an instant impact when he came on late in the first half, making a break through the centre of the ruck after running out of dummy half to the right of the play the ball. PBC scored two plays later with the Keebra Park defence still in disarray after Oskar Bryant’s line break.

    Oskar Bryant was at it again early in the second half when he kicked down the centre of the field from dummy half, with the kick travelling sixty metres forcing the Ipswich fullback to bring the ball out of the in goal, with Oskar Bryant being one of the tacklers who brought him down less than a metre out. From the subsequent play the ball three PBC defenders, including Oskar Bryant forced the Keebra Park defender back into the in goal to force a goal line drop out.

    Oskar Bryant in fact crossed the line in the second half when close to the line he dummied to his right before diving over but the potential try was called back when Reef Sommerville was adjudged (I am not sure why) to have interfered with the marker.

    Oskar Bryant also started from the bench in Round Two of the 2020 Langer Cup and made a big difference when he came on, scoring in both halves in the 18 all draw. Oskar Bryant’s first try came in the dying moments of the first half. Oskar Bryant took off out of dummy half to his left charging five metres to score between two Wavell defenders fifteen metres to the left of the up rights.

    Oskar Bryant completed his double mid-way through the second half. Two metres out from the line just to the left of the up rights, Oskar Bryant got into dummy half and after skipping out to his left, Oskar Bryant shaped to pass to his left (it was not a dummy per say) before diving over.

    After missing Round Three Oskar Bryant started from the bench in the Round Four local derby against Keebar Park and also started from the bench in Round Five against Marsden State High School and recorded a second half try assist when he produced some good footwork and pass out of dummy half to put his older brother Parker over under the posts.

    Oskar Bryant also started on the bench for PBC as they qualified for the 2020 Langer Cup final on the back of an impressive 34 – 6 victory over Ipswich State High School.

    Oskar Bryant started the 2020 Langer Cup Grand Final from the bench row for PBC as they defeated Keebra Park 16 – 8 in a high quality match impressing with his high energy performance and also his short kicking game out of dummy half which resulted twice in Keebra Park having to restart play from a drop out.

    In the Courier Mail 2020 Langer Cup Team of the Year, Oskar Bryant was named in starting side at hooker.

    In the Queensland School Boys Final against Kirwan State High School Oskar Bryant started on the bench as PBC travelled to take on their North Queensland based opponents and as usual added urgency and enthusiasm to the PBC when he came in into the dummy half role.

    Oskar Bryant was also one of PBC’s try scorers in their 24 – 20 loss. Late in the second half, Oskar Bryant went into dummy half a metres out from the line. When the ball was played, Oskar Bryant took a couple of steps out of dummy half to the right of the play the ball and threw an extravagant dummy to his right only dive over next to the left upright. When I say next to the left upright, I literally mean right next to the left upright and it looked left he hit the upright as he was forcing his way over with two defenders trying to prevent him from scoring.

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    The 2020 school boy Langer Cup competition for Titans contracted Thomas Weaver.

    Also in 2020 Thomas Weaver, in his first year at PBC, was part of the PBC Langer Cup Open A school boy rugby league squad, where he operated primarily in the halves on the left side of the field.

    Thomas Weaver started Round One of the Langer Cup at half back as PBC took on Ipswich State High School putting in an outstanding display in a PBC 22 – 10 victory, scoring a try, kicking three from three conversions, recording a try assist and throwing the final pass to his left on both occasions for Damon Sommerville’s two tries.

    Thomas Weaver scored his try early in the first half and the try was in fact the first of the match. Thomas Weaver took the ball two passes off the ruck on the left side of the field ten metres out from the line, dummying to his outside before slicing through the defence and diving over under pressure from two Ipswich defenders.

    The try assist that Thomas Weaver recorded came late in the match and sealed the PBC victory. Thomas Weaver got into dummy half throwing a dummy to his right before breaking through the centre of the ruck from sixty metres out. Thomas Weaver beautifully drew the fullback before sending front rower Xavier Williamson away to score under the post to seal the win. The try was one of the three that Thomas Weaver converted.

    Thomas Weaver also started at half back in Round Two against Wavell State High School and filled up the stats sheet once again, recording two conversions and a late match penalty goal which tied the score at 18 all, recording a try assist, forcing a goal line restart and making a first half try saving tackle when he came from the clouds to crash into the Marsden five eight who was set to score Thomas Weaver literally came from nowhere to make the tackle.

    Thomas Weavers try assist came early in the match when, operating to the left of the play the ball, Thomas Weaver put in a deft right foot kick from twenty metres out. The ball bounced perfectly up two metres out from the try line for the PBC left winger not to have to break stride to take the ball on his chest and dive over.

    PBC’s Round Three Langer Cup match against St Mary’s Toowoomba also saw Thomas Weaver start at half back and kick two conversions from three attempts as PBC maintained their winning start to the 2020 Langer Cup competition.

    In addition to his two conversions, Thomas Weaver forced to goal line restarts with short attacking kicks into the left corner which the St Mary’s defence had no choice but to take over the dead ball line. Also late in the first half, Thomas Weaver split the St Mary’s defence from a subtle dummy half to his left. It appears that he would score when he beat the fullback but Thomas Weaver was brought down just short of the line.

    Thomas Weaver was also heavily involved in Reef Somerville’s second half try. Thomas Weaver put up an ideally weighted bomb to the right corner. Troy Duckett rose high to take the ball on the full and as he was being pushed back was able to pop the ball to Reef Somerville who crossed in the right corner.

    Thomas Weaver also started at half back in the Round Four local derby against Keebra Park scoring one try, creating two others and kicking three from four conversions. Thomas Weaver’s try came late in the first half and at a critical point in the match. With PBC down 14 – 0 and PBC on the attack, Thomas Weaver took the ball on the right of the play the ball and took the line on himself from ten metres out. Thomas Weaver dummied twice to his left before breaking two tackles spinning counter clock wise to get to the line under heavy pressure and twisted further to get the ball down with two Keebra Park defenders hanging off him.

    Both of Thomas Weaver’s try assist came in the second half and both were down the left side of the field. In relation to his first try assist, Thomas Weaver received the ball off the dummy half ten metres out from the Keebra Park line just to the left of the uprights and accelerated towards the defensive line before pulling up quickly and stepping subtly to put Daniel Butterini into a gap with a superbly weighted and timed pass.

    Thomas Weaver’s second try assist just minutes later was no less impressive, once again with PBC on the attack also around ten metres out from the line, Thomas Weaver once again received the ball off the dummy half and immediately threw a great fifteen metres cut out pass to his left to winger Troy Duckett to score in the left corner. The key to the pass was not just its length it was also the speed it was thrown as the pass got to Troy Duckett so quickly that the Keebra Park right winger had absolutely no time to readjust and get to Troy Duckett before he scored.

    Thomas Weaver continued at half back in Round Five against Marsden State High School, kicking four conversions from five attempts, including an outstanding first half effort from the left touch line, with his only miss in the second half also from the left touch line. To be fair the miss only barely missed.

    Thomas Weaver also recorded two try assists which where for all intents and purposes identical, with one coming in each half. On both occasions, Thomas Weaver received the ball on the left side of the field, running at the ball to engage the defenders before throwing a long cut out pass to his left to Diane Mariner on both occasions to score in the left corner. The key to both tries was that Thomas Weaver looked to take the line on and thus hold the defenders in place and not just slide to cover the outside support runners.

    Thomas Weaver also started at half back for PBC as they qualified for the 2020 Langer Cup final on the back of an impressive 34 – 6 victory over Ipswich State High School kicking five from six conversions and also throwing the final pass for PBC’s opening three tries of the match.

    Thomas Weaver’s first try assist came early in the first half when he took the ball right to the line on the left side of the field before throwing a long cut out pass to left winger Troy Duckett who dived over from close range. Thomas Weaver’s third try assist, which came early in the second half was similar to his first with the recipient on that occasion being Deindre Mariner.

    Thomas Weaver’s second try assist came in the first half, once again on the left side of the field, after shaping to throw a long pass, Thomas Weaver held the ball up to put fullback Jaylan De Groot into a gap and he was able to step the Ipswich fullback to bring the ball around to score under the posts.

    Thomas Weaver started the 2020 Langer Cup Grand Final at half back for PBC as they defeated Keebra Park 16 – 8 in a high quality match kicking a conversion from the left touch line and a key penalty goal early in the second half, recording two try assists and also forcing Keebra Park to restart play on three occasions from drop outs as a result of outstanding attacking kicks, forcing Keebra Park to make the ball dead.

    Both of Thomas Weaver’s try assists came in the first half and both on the left side of the field and like multiple other occasions in the Langer Cup in 2020, Thomas Weaver took the ball right to the line before off-loading to his left.

    For his first try assist, Thomas Weaver put a great short pass to a charging Daniel Butterini who was running an outside shoulder route into a gap and his second was a long looping cut out pass to Troy Duckett to dive over in the corner.

    Understandably Thomas Weaver was named the Player of the 2020 Langer Cup Final.

    In the Tally for the Justin Hodges Medal for the Langer Cup Player of the Year, Thomas Weaver received two votes in Round One against Marsden State High School.

    In the Courier Mail 2020 Langer Cup Team of the Year, Thomas Weaver was named in starting side at half back.

    In the Queensland School Boys Final against Kirwan State High School Thomas Weaver started at half back as PBC travelled to take on their North Queensland based opponents scoring a second half try and kicking two conversions in PBC’s 24 – 20 loss.

    Thomas Weaver’s try came when he was operating on the left side of the field and he received the ball two posses wide of the ruck. Immediately when he received the ball Thomas Weaver ran at the line with the ball out in front of him in two hands, producing a great show and go to beat the defender directly in front of him before getting the ball down in the tackle of the Kirwan fullback fifteen metres in from the left corner post.

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    In total in the 2020 Group One U13 regular season competition Casino RSM five eight Toby Hannah scored seventy six points from ten matches, made up of six tries and twenty six goals.

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    Titans linked Jaylan To’O, after being originally named in the centres for Runaway Bay in their Round Eight GCRL First Grade match against the Ormeau Shearers On Sunday actually started the match on the left wing scoring four tries as the Seagulls recorded a 22 – 12 victory with all four of his tries coming in the second half of the match and all four were scored in (or near) the left corner.

    Jaylan To’O’s first try of the match came when he received a long cut out pass around fifteen metres out from the Shearers line, Jaylan To’O charged towards the line but pulled up a metre or so short when it was clear that the cover defence would take him into touch. Jaylan To’O waited until the last possible second then stepped off his left foot that sent the first cover defender flying past and then a second left foot step sent the second defender flying past as well for Jaylan To’O to be able to bring the ball around a few metres from the corner post.

    Jaylan To’O scored again not long later when once again he received a long cut out pass and produced a left foot step to beat his opposite winger before diving over in the tackle of an Ormeau cover defender. In what was clearly the theme of his four tries, for his third try Jaylan To’O once again received a long cut out pass around ten metres out. Jaylan To’O flew onto the pass and beat the disparing dive of his opposing down the left touchline to score in the left corner.

    In relation to his third and final try of the match, Runaway threw the ball out to Jaylan To’O’s side of the wing and the Seagulls left centre dragged in the Ormeau winger giving Jaylan To’O space down the touchline, just prior to the corner post, Jaylan To’O stepped off his left foot sending two defenders flying past him and then Jaylan To’O to put the ball down five metres in from the left corner post.

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    In total in the Group One U14 regular season exciting Ballina fullback Noah Waldock scored six tries and kicked two conversions for a twenty eight point haul from his ten matches.

    Noah Waldock also scored two tries in the Group One U15 competition from eight matches, on each occasion playing in the U14 match earlier in the day.

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    In Round Eight of the GCRL First Grade competition on Sunday against the Tugun Seahawks Cole Geyer started at hooker and scored all three of Currumbin’s tries in their 20 – 18 loss, one in the first half and the other two in the second.

    The first of Cole Geyer’s three tries resulted when Cole Geyer took off out of dummy half to the right of the play the ball around seven metres from the line. Cole Geyer ran at a 45 degree angle towards the goal posts, but stopped on the spot before cutting back towards the area behind the play the ball finding a gap and diving over. In fact Cole Geyer scored further to the left of the field than where the play the ball occurred.

    Cole Geyer’s second try was also a close range effort. Cole Geyer darted out of dummy half to the right of the play the ball from around three metres out, throwing a big dummy to his right as soon as he had cleared the ruck. As the defence slid to their left as a result of the dummy, Cole Geyer straightened up and dived over adjacent to the right upright.

    Cole Geyer’s final try came when he darted out of dummy half to the right once again from around twelve metres out after a quick play the ball and took off straight towards the try line with the defence still back peddling. Such was the speed that Cole Geyer took off that he had dived over well before the majority of Tugun defenders had made it back onside.

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    Titans linked Kye Cooper started at five eight on Saturday and was one of the Seagulls try scorers as they defeated Clarence Coast 32 – 10 in Round Ten of the Group One U15 competition.

    In total in the 2020 Group One U15 regular season competition Kye Cooper scored twenty eight points from eight matches, made up of five tries and four conversions.

    Kye Cooper also scored last Friday night in the Far North Coast U15 rugby competition when he started at No. 12 (insdie centre) for Lennox Heads as they defeated Wollongbar Alstonville 15 - 12.
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    The 2020 season of David Fifita.

    David Fifita started Round One of the 2020 NRL competition at left second row against the North Queensland Cowboys playing the entire eighty minutes and scoring one of the most outstanding individual tries that I have ever seen in the 57th minute of the match.

    David Fifita received the ball on the left side of the field approximately seventy metres out from the Cowboys line. David Fifita surged through the initial defensive line including brushing off Cohen Hess and one other defender. After outpacing the Cowboys cover defence including the a fore mentioned Coen Hess, David Fifita produced a brilliant right foot step to easily beat Cowboys fullback Valentine Holmes who could only throw out his right arm that barely brushed David Fifita who then outpaced Kyle Feldt to score under the posts to score one of the best individual tries that I have ever seen in any competition let alone the NRL.

    David Fifita played the entire eighty minutes of the match, running for 150 metres (twenty eight post contact), broke a team leading eight tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.44 seconds and made thirty one tackles at a 93.94% tackling efficiency.

    David Fifita also started at left second row in Round Two against Souths Sydney and produced another outstanding performance in his eighty minutes on the field. David Fifita ran for 154 metres (forty post contact), broke seven tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.08 seconds and made twenty six tackles at a tackling efficiency of 96.3%.

    After missing the restart of the 2020 NRL season post the Covid 19 “pause”, David Fifita came back into the Brisbane Broncos side for their Round Thirteen match against Souths Sydney playing the entire eighty minutes of the match in the right second row position and scoring early in the second half.

    David Fifita received the ball early ten metres out from the line and brushed off Souths Sydney five eight Cody Walker before taking two other defenders over the line with him. In his return from injury David Fifita ran for 118 metres (fifty post contact), broke the line for his try, broke a team leading seven tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.05 seconds and made twenty tackles at a tackling efficiency of 95.24%.

    David Fifita maintained his spot at right second row for the Bronco’s in their Round Fourteen match against the Canberra Raiders in the nation’s capital playing the entire eighty minutes once again. In that time David Fifita ran for 129 metres (forty eight post contact), had a line break assist when he threw a great one armed out of the back of his right arm pass to Katoni Staggs, broke a team leading seven tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 4.13 seconds and made twenty five tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.59%.

    David Fifita also started in the right second row position for the Broncos in their Round Fifteen match against St George once again playing the entire eighty minutes, running for 145 metres (seventy one post contact), broke four tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.25 seconds and made eighteen tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Round Sixteen of the 2020 NRL competition saw David Fifita move to left second row for the Bronco’s against the Sydney Roosters scoring an impressive try when he stepped twice off his right foot to get into space before running over the initial Roosters defender and breaking through another with a 360 degree clockwise spin and put the ball down under the posts.

    Playing the entire eighty minutes David Fifita ran for 160 metres (seventy seven post contact), broke a team leading six tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.59 seconds, off loaded twice and made twenty three tackles at a tackling efficiency of 88.46%.

    In Round Seventeen against the Penrith Panthers David Fifita started at left second row playing the entire eight minutes, running for ninety three metres (forty three post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.59 seconds and made twenty eight tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Against his 2021 NRL side, being the Titans in Round Eighteen David Fifita started at right second row almost scoring in the first half but the ball was knocked out of his hands over the try line.

    Playing the entire eighty minutes, David Fifita ran for 132 metres (fifty nine post contact), broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.41 seconds, off loaded the ball on three occasions and made eighteen tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency.

    Round Nineteen against the Parramatta Eels saw David Fifita start at left second row playing forty two minutes and scoring a solid try when he shrugged off an attempted tackle by Mitchell Moses to run twelve metres to score. Unfortunately David Fifita’s suffered an ankle injury which ended his Bronco’s career.

    In his forty two minutes on the field in his Bronco’s finale, David Fifita ran for seventy four metres (twenty seven post contact), had a line break for his try, broke two tackles, played the ball at an average speed of 3.32 seconds and made seven tackles at a tackling efficiency of 87.5%.

    In total in the 2020 NRL season David Fifita played in nine matches, scored four tries, made four line breaks, had a line break assist, offloaded the ball eleven times, made a96 tackles at a tackling efficiency of 92.1% and ran for 1 159 metres at an average of 128 metres per game.

    At the start of the 2020 season, David Fifita was part of the Brisbane Broncos NRL Nines squad playing in both of their matches in Perth. In match One against North Queensland, David Fifita ran for eleven metres and made five tackles at a 100% tackling efficiency and in Game Two against Melbourne David Fifita ran for fifty one metres, broke two tackles and made four of his own, once again at a 100% tackling efficiency.

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    Young Kyogle Turkeys front rower Jed Mulcahy had an outstanding 2020 Group One U13 regular season scoring 13 tries in just nine matches to finish the season with a strike rate of 144%.

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    Titans linked Reshawn Anderson started in the front row and was one of the Seagulls try scorers as they defeated Clarence Coast 32 – 10 in Round Ten of the Group One U15 competition on Saturday.

    In total in the 2020 Group One U15 regular season competition Reshawn Anderson scored sixty six points from nine matches, made up of thirteen tries (144% strike rate) and seven conversions.

    Reshawn Anderson also scored last Friday night in the Far North Coast U15 rugby competition when he started at No. 8 for Wollongbar Alstonville as they went down to Lennox Head 15 - 12.


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