A scrappy win for the Broth­ers


Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

Waves Tigers to se­cure the mi­nor premier­ship for the first time in the club’s history.

The killer cen­tre-wing com­bi­na­tion of Her­vey Bay’s left side could be their big­gest weapon come fi­nals.

Cen­tre Tye Inge­brigt­sen and winger Billy Ste­fa­niuk showed why the left side was the Seag­ulls’ po­tent weapon. The pair scored nine tries be­tween them. grand fi­nal glory.

Ear­lier, Easts Mag­pies scored an up­set 34-16 win against Wests Pan­thers.

Three tries to Ross Lar­son helped Easts post just its third win of the sea­son.

On Satur­day, Her­vey Bay Seag­ulls turned Stafford Park into a scene of cel­e­bra­tion.

The Seag­ulls scored 20 tries in a 110-0 romp against kicked a goal in last week’s 44-10 loss to Her­vey Bay Seag­ulls to move to 196.

Four goals in Sun­day’s game had him reach 204 points.

“Jake is re­ally im­por­tant to us,” Holdsworth said.

“He’s had a mas­sive year and when he’s not there it re­ally shows,” he said.

Holdsworth said the side would need to tighten up its de­fence in its push for con­cen­tra­tion through­out the game (that) are cost­ing us.”

Holdsworth paid trib­ute to full­back Jake Carl, who broke the 200-point bar­rier dur­ing the game.

Carl hit 190 points four weeks ago, but un­avail­abil­ity and a Broth­ers bye had the club’s pre­ferred goal kicker side­lined for two weeks.

He scored a try and win, but com­ing into the fi­nals, if we want to be com­pet­i­tive we’ll need to be play­ing bet­ter than that,” he said.

Holdsworth said de­fen­sively the side had been ex­cep­tional all sea­son but had lost its edge in re­cent weeks.

“There was 20 min­utes of that sec­ond half where we were dis­grace­ful,” he said.

“It’s just lapses in IT MAY not have been pretty, but Past Broth­ers are back in the win­ner’s cir­cle af­ter a scrappy win against Isis Devils at Sal­ter Oval on Sun­day. .

De­spite the 32-24 win, Broth­ers lock Bryce Holdsworth de­scribed it as one of the worst games the club has played this year.

“We played re­ally bad,” Holdsworth said.

“We did well to get the

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