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globalrugbyleague - Mon, 23 Jun 2008 22:58:00 GMT
South Sydney have come up with the perfect present to hand North Queensland following their 24-23 win over the Gold Coast Titans. The wooden spoon.

Snatching the third one-point win of round 15 in the National Rugby League, the Bunnies got the two-points at the end of hard fought contest thanks to a late penalty goal kicked by hooker Issac Luke.
The Titans lead 12-10 at half-time and then 22-16 midway through the second half before the home side hopped, skipped and jumped their way back into the contest to level it 22-all with ten minutes remaining.
Gold Coast halfback Scotty Prince appeared to have ended the scoring stalemate when he kicked a field goal in the 72nd minute before Luke kicked the penalty goal which some so-called experts doubted he could slot over from 22 metres out.
John Cartwright was left with plenty of injury concerns to address in the recovery aftermath after witness prop Luke Bailey leave the field with an ankle injury.
Aaron Cannings injured a leg while Daniel Conn hurt his shoulder.
South Sydney now leapfrog the cowboys on the competition table on both competition points and for and against for at least a week before the two sides from struggle street clash again next weekend.
SOUTH SYDNEY 24 (I Luke 2 D Fa'alogo J Sutton tries I Luke 3 C Sandow goals) bt GOLD COAST 23 (A Laffranchi 2 J Atkins S Prince tries S Prince 3 goals S Prince field goal) at ANZ Stadium. Referee: Steve Lyons. Crowd: 9,827 - Read More, Here