PORKY’S Pines defeated Nagle College nine tries to four during the latest round of Sale touch last Wednesday night.
Porky’s led 5-1 at half-time before a more even second half with Porky’s adding four tries and Nagle three.
Hayden Crean scored five tries and Leigh Mawley four.
Nagle showed that it is capable of good touch with players such as Connor McLean, who scored three tries, and Kobi Laudani, one, showing they can match it with the best in the competition.
Best players were Crean, McLean, Leigh Mawley, Rebecca Mazengarb and Lucy Rowe. Laudani won the encouragement award.
CAT’S defeated an undermanned Phoenix 5-0.
After only conceding one try in the first half, Phoenix run out of legs in the second half, enabling CAT’s to score four tries.
James Melville made a welcome return to the CAT’s, scoring four tries, while Stewart Harper scored the other try.
Best players were Kerry Shotter, Melville, Mick Eglington, Ursula Barnsley and Kirsty Smaller.
SWITCHED On Installations defeated the young Gippsland Grammar Swans 5-2.
David Svarc top-scored with four tries with captain Corey Siebel scoring one. David Commins was the only Swans scorer.
Best players were Svarc, Commins, Siebel, Casey Byron and Maddie Crombie with Ben May winning the encouragement award.
THE Gippsland Grammar Barbarians showed they are a force to be reckoned with after defeateding Bairnsdale’s JTT 5-0. Jake Meade scored three tries and Lachlan Bruce two.
ST DAM defeated the Chumpies 4-2 after leading 3-0 at half-time.
For St Dam, Jacob Harrap scored two tries, and Craig Campbell and Chris Gascoigne one each. For the Chumpies, Alysha Dunn and Bradley Schubert scored one try each.
Best players were Gascoigne, Campbell, Steve Wright, Dunn and Annaliece Collins with Ashley Howells winning the encouragement award.