Belconnen Sharks let frustrations and Woden Valley Rams get better of them Canberra Raiders Cup: Woden Valley Rams v Belconnen United Sharks James Brown was sin binned in the 59th minute before he was sent off in the dying seconds of the game, with Tino Sione also binned for allegedly striking with eight minutes remaining.
But it became a heated affair in the second half, with both forward packs meting out some big hits, andthe Belconnen players let their frustration get the better of them. Sharks coach Scott Logan said he was disappointedwith his team's discipline, but happy with how they defended when one or two men down. "We had 12 players on the park for 15 minutes of the second half and we were prettygritty defensively trying to hold them out there, but the weight of possession and the fact we were short in the line didn't help," Logan said. "Happy with the start, happy with some commitment to defence, disappointed with some areas of our discipline, but we competed for a lot longer. which was pleasing." The Rams were able to work their way back into the game and went 24 18 up on the back of a lovely cross field kick from five eighth Jayden Carroll that was weighted perfectly for centre Cleveland McGhie to score his second try. Belconnen became their own worst enemy when Sione was sent to the sin bin as they pressed the Rams' line. The ensuing penalty relieved the pressure and not long after Woden second rower KebjarveiVaetoe danced his way through the Sharks' line to seal it. McGhie said whileCarroll had only been switched to the halves going into this game, they'd quickly developed a rapport with the No.6 utilising his centre's leap and coach outlet in aurora il height perfectly. The centre came to Canberra from Wollongong to join the Canberra Raiders juniors before ending up with the Rams. He was part of the Monaro team that won the under 23 NSW country championships and will play for the country team against Samoa and Scotland in the lead up coach outlet zip top tote to the World Cup. "JC's new to our team, he's come in, he's sparked a little bit for our side as well. He was playing at fullback and got his chance in the halves this week," McGhie said. "That was something we practiced at training during the week was getting those cross fields happening and that was something I loved as a junior was getting up high and taking the catches to score the tries.
"Luckily enough today, he put one in the right position and I came down with it." The Queanbeyan Kangaroos coach outlet albertville mn hours were far too strong for the Gungahlin Bulls, with star playmaker coach outlet handbags xpress Brent Crisp returning from Darwin, while West Belconnen edged outYass 12 10. AT A GLANCE Queanbeyan Kangaroos 58 (L Spaander 3, J Ayers 3, T Whiley, N Ngere, J Dent, A Woods tries; B Crisp 9 goals)btGungahlin Bulls 20 (K Madden, D Cooper Shields, N Mead, T Sheard tries; D Williams 2 goals) West Belconnen 12 (C Scott, T Freeman Quay tries; R Roberts 2 goals) d Yass Magpies 10(J Collins 2 tries; S Davis goal) Woden Valley 32 (Cleveland McGhie 2, Michael Gilmour, Jesse Taws, Kebjarvei Vaetoe tries; JaydenCarroll 6 goals) btBelconnen 18 (Damian Denny, Darcy Eason, Tino Sione tries; Eason 3 goals).
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