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Jim Beam Cup - Australian Rugby league News
globalrugbyleague - Thu, 10 May 2007 17:41:00 GMT
Loyal supporters of all 12 teams in this year’s Jim Beam Cup were left in awe by some of the statistics produced in round 7 last weekend.

Windsor Wolves centre Shaun Laurie took out GRL’s best tryscorer of the round award after he crossed the line 4 times during his side’s 54-12 win over Chester Hill.

He wasn’t the only star making some point scoring noise .9 other players touched down twice individually and none represented any of the losing teams.

Meanwhile the Belrose Eagles remain the only team still undefeated in any of the NSWRL’s lower grade competitions after drawing 38-all with Erina at home.

The Eagles bounced back from a 16-0 deficit inside the middle of the first half to lead 38-26 with 15 minutes remaining.

However two late tries scored by Erina off the back of some excellent kick and chase down the right touchline redefined the term ‘close but no cigar.’

The Entrance Tigers ran away with the highest winning margin (54 points) after easily disposing of the youthful yet less experienced Shellharbour 58-4.

Seven Hills remain in contention for their maiden wooden spoon after Wentworthville destroyed them 46-6.

Meanwhile Cabramatta recorded their third straight win after outplaying Mounties 12-4 in an entertaining arm-wrestle at Cabramatta Sports Ground.

Jim Beam Cup Premiers, the Sydney Bulls, had little problem dispatching competition cellar-dwellers, Asquith, with an uninspiring 40-18 win at The Crest Stadium over the weekend.

The Bulls were best served by classy utility, Nathan Wynn and backrower, Kaleeb Deeb, who now has to step up to spearhead a lot of his team’s roll after the severe, season-ending injury to gun running forward, Dean Vicelich.

Commiserations also go out to long-serving Bulls club man, Samer El Masri, whose year has been shattered by a serious pectoral muscle-tear that threatens the winger’s playing future.

Jim Beam Cup Results:

Cabramatta Blues 12 (Moore, Thompson tries; Burns 2 goals) d Mounties 4 (Herekotukutuku try)

Wentworthville Magpies 46 (Bailey 2, Pattalis 2, Micallef, Byrne, Woodlands, Herring tries; Mowbray 7 goals) d Seven Hills 6 (Kassab try; Ackroyd goal)

Windsor Wolves 54 (Laurie 4, Willoughby 2, Barlow, Randall, Russell, Weepu, Baira tries; Willoughby 4, Laurie goals) d Chester Hill 12 (Loder, Makisi tries; Champion 2 goals)

Sydney Bulls 40 (Wynn 2, Baraka, Rakabu, Jolly, Briggs, Deeb tries; Wynn 6 goals) d Asquith 18 (Curtis, Ly, Masters tries; Masters 2, Hales goals)

Belrose 38 (Joseph 2, Hollingsworth 2, Pangia, Carew, Mortimer tries; Plummer 5 goals) drew Erina 38 (Roberts 2, Peak, Enoka, Karena, Shaw, Townsend tries; Karena 5 goals).

The Entrance Tigers 58 (Wheele 2, Davis 2, Cribb 2, Moore 2, Corrigan, Blaker, Woodley, Kinsella tries; Moore 5 goals) d Shellharbour Marlins 4 (Zwolsman try) - Read More, Here