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‘Tahs smash Tumut on road

Waratahs sent another message to their rivals with a dominant win over Tumut at Jarrah Oval on Saturday.
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Euan Bonner was one of the strongest performers during Waratahs 64-17 win over Tumut on Saturday.

In a top-of-the-table clash, the Bulls struggled to get through some rock solid defence.

Waratahs led 29-0 at the break before ramming home their advantage in the season half.

Despite being downTumut continued to fight, being the first to score in the second half, butWaratahs never looked like letting their lead slip.

Tumut scored three times in the second half, but Waratahs coach Will Mitchell was thrilled with the 64-17 win.

“We were really up for it,” Mitchell said.

“Tumut have been going really, really well this year and we knew a fair bit of their strengths and some of their weaknesses and just played to it.

“We are really happy it all came off.”

Mitchell was most impressed with the team’s defence after Tumut had most of the ball in the first half.

However, they couldn’t find a way through and the Wagga club was able to capitalise on the rebound.

“Our defence around the ruckwas extremely solid,” Mitchell said.

“We really didn’t have much possession, I would say we had maybe 35 per cent of it but on turnover we took our chances.”

The Wagga club hasn’t won a Southern Inland premiership since 2009 but seem to have one hand on the trophy.

The Waratahs are yet to be beaten this season and came through what shaped as their biggest test with flying colours.

By winning, theyinflicted Tumut’s first home loss since the first round of last year on what was a big day for the club.

Mitchell thought it made it an even bigger win.

In only his second game of first grade in four years, Pat Barrett was a standout for Waratahs.

“He didn’t miss a tackle and made a huge amount of them,” Mitchell said.

“He was a huge part of leading our forwards defence.”

His performance will leave Mitchell and his coaching staff plenty of hard decisions when selecting the side to tackle Leeton with Sean Kearns to be back from Australia Defence rugby commitments.

Euan Bonner provided a good link from the forwards to the back whiel Angus Le Lievre continued his tryscoring prowess.

Already the leading pointscorer in the competition, the outside centre crossed for four tries and kicked seven conversions.

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