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Dogged spirit lifts Kurri Kurri TweetFacebook Kurri Kurri v Macquarie / photosPictures: Max Mason-HubersKURRI KURRI coach Phil Williams has never questioned the commitmentof the Bulldogs.
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But now they are starting to get rewards for it.

Kurri came backfrom 12-4 down at half-time to edge out Newcastle Rugby League competition leaders Macquarie 18-16 at Kurri Sportsground on Saturday.

It was the Bulldogs’ third straight win and the third time they have come from behind.

“They have always played for each other,” Williams said.

“Now they have confidence and trust in the bloke next to them.

“We have given ourselves a chance. We are a point outside the five.

“The whole season we have probably only played two bad halves off footy, bothagainst Souths. We just have to keep chipping away.”

After trailing by eight at half-time, Kurri drew level at 16-all in a second half that ebbed and flowed.

Then, with four minutes remaining, they were awarded a penalty in front which Kade Hardy slotted for a spirit-liftingwin.

“Our four front-rowers were exceptional,” Williams said. “Ben Wyborn was strong, Corey Holman was good. Ethan Niszczot, a young kid at fullback, was good. When you are playing the competition leaders, you need everyone to lift.”

The loss was the Scorpions’ first since a 24-18 defeat to Western Suburbs in round two, nine weeks ago.

In the other match on Saturday, premiersLakes United overpowered Cessnock 34-24 at Cahill Oval to leapfrog Macquarie on the table.

The Goannas led 12-10 at half-time.

 

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