Gin Gin gets the win, but coach laments mis­takes

Isis Town and Country - - Front Page - By MATTHEW MCIN­ER­NEY

THEY had to work hard for it, but Gin Gin Hawks were happy to leave the Hawk’s Nest with a win over new­com­ers Bur­nett Heads Cut­ters.

Coach Shane Blair lamented the amount of mis­takes his play­ers made with ball in hand, but said he was happy to take the two com­pe­ti­tion points.

“It wasn’t the best game and we’ll have to work on a few things,” he said.

The ma­jor dif­fer­ence be­tween the sides was Gin Gin’s siz­able in­ter­change, led by big unit Joel Tanna.

“It’s def­i­nitely good to have that size,” Blair said.

“I think Danny Moran and Mathew Card had great games. Mat was great in de­fence and Danny was in ev­ery­thing.”

Gin Gin hosted the sec­ond round North­ern Dis­tricts Rugby League fix­tures af­ter con­cerns South Kolan would have to for­feit their home game.

Gin Gin Hawk Joel Tanna carts it up dur­ing Sun­day’s match.


Gin Gin Hawk Jayson Jack­son.

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