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U20S TEAM LOOKING FOR THREE STRAIGHT WINS
6/04/2010 5:54:11 PM
Wests Tigers will be looking to record their third consecutive victory in the Toyota Cup competition in Townsville on Saturday, April 10.
The Tigers tackle the undefeated leaders North Queensland Cowboys in round four of the Toyota Cup at 5.15pm.
Wests Tigers team
1 Jake Mullaney
2 Sama Sauvao
3 Limoni Kamuta
4 Jake Clarke
5 Faleula Finau
6 Bodie Clarke
7 Jay Florimo
8 Neil Begovich
9 Dean Parata
10 Ben Murdoch-Masila
11 Junior Roqica
12 Joel Wisbey
13 Matt Hyland
14 Pat Politoni
15 Vaha Pulu
16 Ethan Tafili
17 Mason Talolua
Coach: Grant Jones
I’m heading down to DFS in about 1 hour to see this game as well as the A grade(have free tickets).This should be a good clash as well.
This was a good result from WT under 20s.When I got there the Cowboys were leading 22-10.What a second half comeback from WT to take out the win at one time in this half I thought the weather conditions were catching up with WT as they began to slow up,but to their credit dug in and won.I hope the WT coaching staff took note as in this side there is a lot of talent,hopefully WT can retain them and build them up to 1st grade products……Well done WT under 20s…Good win
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It was a great win, we scored more points against them, than the previous 4 teams they played against combined.
Great win for the boys. Beating the competition leaders on their turf will give them a huge confidence boost.
Well done! :wahoo:
How did Murdoch play? He just got a big wrap on The Sunday Roast
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U20S BEAT COWBOYS TO RECORD THREE STRAIGHT WINS
11/04/2010 12:29:40 AM
Wests Tigers recorded a 38-28 victory over the North Queensland Cowboys at Dairy Farmers Stadium in round five of the Toyota Cup competition.
It was the third consecutive victory for Wests Tigers under coach Grant Jones and ended the undefeated run of the Cowboys.
Wests Tigers ran in seven tries with winger Faleula Finau and interchange hoojer Patrick Politoni scoring two tries each. Vaha Pulu and Sama Sauvao also crossed for a try.
Full-back Jake Mullaney scored a try and kicked five goals in the win for a personal tally of 14 points. Mullaney scored three tries the previous week and is the competition’s leading pointscorer.
Wests Tigers now sit on six competition points and inside the top eight.
Jones will now prepare his men for a big clash against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at the Sydney Football Stadium on Friday, May 16. Kick-off is 5.15pm.