Ron Kelsey Match Case Study

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WENTY GO BACK TO TOP OF MASSEY CUP The Wentworthville Magpies returned to the top of the Ron Massey Cup table with a hard fought 30-20 win over the Auburn Warriors in their catch up postponed game at Lidcombe Oval on Wednesday Night. In a match that ebbed and flowed a number of times, the Magpies twice got out to handy leads – only to be reeled in twice by Warriors comebacks. The Magpies started on fire with centre David Sisifa scoring in Wenty’s first set of the match for a four-nil lead after just two minutes. Sisifa then finished another backline movement in the 16th minute to bag an early double and extend the Magpies lead to 10-nil with Lindon McGrady’s conversion. The Warriors then came back for the…show more content…
Davis converted to close out the 32-22 win. The Concord-Burwood match against Auburn Warriors set down for last Thursday night at Lidcombe Oval was again postponed after Auburn Council officials declared the surface unsafe late last Thursday afternoon due to surface water from recent rains. As detailed by Matt Buxton in his report here, the Ron Massey Cup representative team narrowly went down 11-4 to the Queensland Rangers side in the annual Representative match last Sunday at Pizzey Park, Queensland. The Rep. team were more than competitive for long periods in a far better and closer contest than their 2015 defeat – and had their chances after Asquith Magpies backrower Jordan Latham got Chris Yates’ men to 10-4 with the only try for the Blues mid way through the second half. Wentworthville lead the Massey Cup over Western Suburbs on percentages following their Wednesday Night win with both teams on 28 points, with Mounties in third on 26 and St Marys in fourth on 20
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