Crocs shock Brah­mans

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


SA­RINA’S home crowd were thrilled on Satur­day when the Croc­o­diles scored an up­set win over the vis­it­ing Proser­pine Brah­mans.

Hav­ing only dropped three games head­ing into the clash Proser­pine were firm favourites but were un­able to match the home side’s in­ten­sity and went down 18-8.

Three con­verted tries for Sa­rina was enough as the Brah­mans man­aged only two tries and no con­ver­sions in the 10-point loss.


Five con­verted tries to the Brah­mans one helped Sa­rina to an easy 30-6 vic­tory at Ray Edwards Oval on Satur­day.

The Brah­mans re­serves team was short on play­ers but a num­ber of un­der-18s play­ers stepped up to play two full games and en­sure the game was pos­si­ble.

De­spite their best ef­forts Proser­pine were un­able to match it with the home side and fell to their eighth loss of the sea­son.


The Brah­mans un­der-18s con­tin­ued their im­pres­sive 2013 cam­paign with a dom­i­nant win over Sa­rina on Satur­day.

Solid per­for­mances right across the park helped the vis­i­tors to a 36-6 win and saw them con­sol­i­date a top two spot.

Cur­rently with an 11-2 win/ loss record this sea­son the Brah­mans young guns look primed for a deep fi­nals run. Mean­while it has been con­firmed that Brah­mans A grade coach has parted ways with the club af­ter a meet­ing took place be­tween him, the club pres­i­dent and the team’s lead­er­ship group.

All teams play the Mag­pies at the Mackay ju­nior rugby league grounds this Satur­day.

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