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Premiership door open for Roosters, Panthers

A SHOCK loss by Moruya has left the Group 16 first grade minor premiership wide open.
Nanjing Night Net

The Moruya Sharks were deadlocked with the Bega Roosters, but had a rain catch-up round in hand.

However, the match played on the weekend and the Sharks were sent packing by the Eden Tigers in a surprising win.

The Sharks are still holding first on the ladder with for and against.

Eden struggled in its kicking game against the rampaging visitors, but landed seven tries to score the win last week.

Fringe defence proved to be the downfall of the Sharks as young winger Joel Grewar planted three tries for the Eden roster.

There is just one round left to play after this weekend’s matches.

The Roosters will travel to Cooma, while the Sharks take on the Bay Tigers.

Things are heating up in the reserve grade contest as well.

Moruya and Bega sit at the top, but the defending premier Panthers are now secure in third spot.

The club will face two weeks off and head straight to the semi-finals.

The club has implemented Saturday training sessions to mimic a game environment.

With a second chance draw in the finals, the Panthers are looking to claw their way in and retain the premiership for another year.

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