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Leaders not the finished product TweetFacebook Wanderers v Waratahs/ photosPictures: Marina NeilCOACHViv Paasi is adamant thatWanderers arefar from the finished product .
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The Two Blues retained the Hawthorne Cup and stayed two wins clear at the top of the table after a hard-fought 33-10 win over a resurgent Waratahs at No.2 Sportsground on Saturday.

Both sides finished the game with 14 men after Cal Groth (Wanderers) and Junior Polai (Waratahs) were sent off for their parts in a melee midway through the second half.

Wanderers trailed 10-6 after a scrappy opening 40 minutes, but found their groove in the second half to run in 27 unanswered points.

“We started well in the second half which set us up a bit,” Paasi said.”Still we dropped in and out throughout the game. The scorelinedefinitely flattered us. There is still a lot of room for improvement.We had two new centres today and our combinations are not set yet. There is a lot of work ahead.”

Groth and Polai, who was playing his first game back from a suspensionfor yellow card accumulation, will front the judiciary on Wednesday.

Grothspent 10 minutes in the bin in the first half for a high tackle on Mark Grinham, which left thewinger with a suspected broken collarbone, andwas given his marching orders aftera second yellow for his involvement in themelee.

Polai was handed a straight red card for being the third man in. Tahs halfback Cameron Davies was also given a yellow card for his clashwith Groth.

Wanderers were awarded a penalty from the melee and Luke Simmons, who had a perfect day with the boot,converted for a 19-10 advantage.The Tahs continued to mount pressure despite being a man down. But a lapse in concentration at a set piece proved critical.

The visitors, after winning a penalty from a scrum infringement close to the Two Blues’ line, elected for another scrum.

The Two Blues then produced a shove and a Waratahs forward used his hand to rake the ball and was pinged for a penalty.

Two minutes later, Wanderers replacement prop Ben Christensen crashed over.From there the Two Blues tookcontrol.

“The match turned on that scrum,” Waratahs captain Carl Manu said. “Had we scored, momentumwould have been with us. Instead, they went down the other end and scored. Once they skipclear,they know how to close out games. Their 10 kicked well and kept turning us around.”

Captain Luke Sherwood and breakaways Tanner Felix and Ben Ham were outstanding for the winners.

 

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