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Jim Beam Cup - Australian Rugby league News
globalrugbyleague - Mon, 16 Apr 2007 09:42:00 GMT
The Belrose Eagles retained their spot at the top of the Jim Beam Cup ladder after disposing of Cabramatta on Sunday.

Back at Lionel Watts Reserve for the second time this season, the Eagles soared home 42-28 after lagging behind the Two Blues at half-time.

Windsor Wolves scored arguably their most important win of 2007 when they inflicted a 30-18 loss against reigning premiers, the Sydney Bulls.

At the end of round 4, the Wolves and the Eagles are the only teams still undefeated.

Seven Hills are still battling some on-field demons of their own after Erina powered their way to a 28-6 victory.

Of the four new clubs that entered the JBC this season, the Demons are the only side still without any points next to their name.

However with 5 other teams above them sitting on 2 competition points each, Demons coach Tim O’Brien knows his side could still rattle the cage.

The Shellharbour Marlins have now conceded 142-points in three weeks after Chester Hill bounced back with a 48-16 win at Ron Costello Oval.

Wentworthville went down to the Entrance 24-16 while Mounties picked up their second away win after making short work of Asquth 46-22.

The round 4 clash between Belrose and Cabramatta will be replayed on Fox Sports this Wednesday, April 18th at 4:30pm on Fox Sports Two.


Belrose 42 d Cabramatta 28
The Entrance 24 d Wentworthville 16
Windsor Wolves 30 d Sydney Bulls 18
Erina Eagles 28 d Seven Hills 6
Chester Hill 48 d Shellharbour 16
Mounties 46 d Asquith 22. - Read More, Here