Devils poised as Broth­ers dom­i­nate

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

ISIS Devils had the bye last week­end giv­ing play­ers the chance to re­cover from their loss to Her­vey Bay the week be­fore.

At the mid­way point of the Bund­aberg Rugby League sea­son Devils have won five games and lost four.

The side showed in round 2, with its emo­tional win against Her­vey Bay, that it could match it with the top teams in the com­pe­ti­tion.

Con­sis­tency will be key for Isis go­ing for­ward as it cer­tainly has the tal­ent on the park.

But there can be no doubt the form team of the com­pe­ti­tion right now and the team to beat is Broth­ers.

Broth­ers stamped its mark on the sea­son with a com­pre­hen­sive 56-22 win against Her­vey Bay un­der lights.

There wasn’t any as­pect from the game Broth­ers wasn’t bet­ter in with a ruth­less attack and pun­ish­ing de­fence on dis­play.

At Sal­ter Oval, Wests went on a sec­ond-half scor­ing spree and flogged a dis­ap­point­ing Wal­la­roos 56-14.

Mean­while, Waves Tigers pulled off a morale-boost­ing win against Easts 24-14.

Easts and Waves Tigers are the strug­gling teams of the BRL and the early stages of the game showed why with mis­takes lit­ter­ing play.

There are no matches this week­end, games re­sume the fol­low­ing week with: Easts v Isis; Her­vey Bay v Wests; Waves v Wal­la­roos.

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