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Stuart Dyer scored a double and kicked nine conversions in his team’s win over CSU on Saturday.
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Leeton coach Seru Rogo has admitted his team has a big hurdle to overcome when they travel to Wagga to take on Waratahs on Saturday.

The Phantoms are looking to become the first team to get the better in the top-of-the-table clash after scoring a big win over last placed CSU.

However the coach isn’t going in over confident.

“Waratahs are red hot so we can’t go over there thinking we are going to beat them,” Rogo said.

“Especially at home.

“We just have to come out and see how we go.

“Waratahs are a very well-drilled side.”

The undermanned Phantoms were on top from the get go against the Reddies, taking a 35-0 lead at half-time before finishing 73-12 winners at Leeton No.1 Oval.

The win, combined with Tumut’s big loss to Waratahs, moves them to second with two rounds left before finals.

There is no benefit in coming second instead of third but Rogo was impressed with how some of the club’s lesser known players stood up.

“I am really happy with how the boys played,” Rogo said.

“We had seven regular first graders out this week but the boys who came from second grade really stood up and I was happy with their performance.

“We played all the way to the final whistle and got the last try in the dying seconds.”

Dan Patu was among his team’s best in the front row while Will Corcoran was good stepping into first grade at flanker.

Rogo is hoping to have a number of players back at his disposal, including key forwards Simon Vunilagi and Bill Bevan, for the clash with Waratahs.

Meanwhile, Reddies are chasing their first win against arch rivals Ag College, but that game could be moved to Conolly Rugby Complex.

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