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Singleton break duck in drama-charged round TweetFacebook Wanderers v Waratahs / photosPictures: Marina NeilSINGLETON broke through for their first win, Wanderers retained the Hawthorne Cup and premiers Hamilton ended a two-game losing streak in a drama charged round of Newcastle and Hunter Rugby Union on Saturday.
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After 11 straight losses, the Bulls produced a spirited second half to topple fellow strugglers Nelson Bay 38-11 at Rugby Park.

The home side led 14-11 at the break before clicking into gear.

Captain Nathan Brennan, lock Dot Manu and fly-half Charles Shaddock led the way for the Bulls.

At No.2 Sportsground, Wanderers and the Waratahs both finished with 14-men in a 33-10 victory to the Two Blues.

Cal Groth (Wanderers) and Junior Polai (Waratahs) were sent-off midway through the second half after melee.

Groth, whospent 10 minutes in the bin in the first half for a high tackle on Mark Grinham that forced the winger to bereplaced, was given a second yellow. Polai was handed a straight red card by referee Rob D’elboux for being the third man in. Waratahs halfback Cameron Davies was also given a yellow card for his altercation with Groth.

Wanderers were awarded a penalty from the melee and Luke Simmons converted for a 19-10 advantage.

The Two Blues trailed 10-6 at the break after a scrappy opening 40minutes punctuated with turnovers and handling errors.

Dillon Rowney put the home ahead three minutes into the second half when he burst through a hole 10 metres out. Simmons converted and then added consecutive penalties.

The turning point came when the Tahs had 13 men to Wanderers 14. The visitors, after winning a penalty from a scrum infringement close to the Two Blues’ line, elected for another another scrum. The Two Blues produced a shove and a Waratahs forward used his hand to rake the ball and was pinged.

Two minutes later, Wanderers replacement prop Ben Christensen crashed over. From there Wanderers were in control.

At Passmore Oval, Hamilton, buoyed by the return of eight players, bounced back to form with a 45-5 win over Southern Beaches.Seva Rokobaro and Steve Lamont each crossed for doubles.

At Townson Oval, Josh Stewart scored a try in his return from a hamstring injury as Merewether swept past Lake Macquarie 33-10.

In the final game, Maitland scored 19 unanswered points in the second half to account for University 36-13 at Uni No.1.

 

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