Brah­mans out of fi­nals

Whitsunday Times - - SPORT -


MACKAY Broth­ers belted the Proser­pine Brah­mans 46-6 in Mackay on Sun­day to knock them out of the fi­nals race.

Need­ing a win to keep their premier­ship hopes alive the Brah­mans were found want­ing in the elim­i­na­tion fi­nal as the Mackay side ran in nine tries to one at the Mackay ju­nior rugby league grounds.

Broth­ers fired on all cylin­ders in the big win, end­ing the Brah­mans 2013 sea­son, which started out promis­ingly and saw the team fin­ish third on the lad­der.

The Brah­mans im­proved out of sight in 2013 but were un­able to fin­ish the year strongly and re­cap­ture their early sea­son form.

Ex-su­per league player An­thony Black­wood did a great job lead­ing the team around in his first year at the club and of­fi­cials will be hope­ful of se­cur­ing his ser­vices for the 2014 sea­son.


Af­ter go­ing down 36-14 against Wests in Sun­day’s qual­i­fy­ing fi­nal in Mackay the Brah­mans un­der-18s need to win this week­end to keep their fi­nals chance alive.

Wests weren’t trou­bled in the seven tries to three win and move di­rectly into the grand fi­nal in two weeks time.

This week­end the Brah­mans take on Mackay Broth­ers for a spot in the grand fi­nal and they will need to be on top of their game to se­cure a re­match with Wests.

PUSH­ING THROUGH: Proser­pine Brah­mans un­der-18s player Kade Breen takes it for­ward ear­lier in the year. The Brah­mans sea­son is on the line this week­end in an elim­i­na­tional fi­nal against Mackay Broth­ers.

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