Terrigal scored a convincing 47 points to 17 victory over Warnervale at Woongarrah Oval in Round 12 of the Central Coast Rugby Union competition played on Saturday, July 5.
Terrigal scored seven tries to three and, according to Central Coast Rugby Union president Mr Larry Thomson, this was a fair indication of the fl ow of the match. “The opening half saw some good rugby with both teams letting the ball do the work,” said Thomson. “Terrigal did control things at this stage and continued to do so in the second half. “Play got a little scrappy in the latter period of the match but the visitors had got the win at this stage. “Best players for Terrigal were Tom Lowe, who crossed for three tries, and fullback Adam Danckert who tallied a personal total of 17 points with a try and six conversions.
“Warnervale put in a non-stop effort and their best players were Tevita Moala and Ben Gillies,” said Thomson. Gosford had to work hard before defeating Kariong by 36 points to 12 at Gosford Showground. Kariong had the better of the early stages of the match and led by 12 points to three well into the first half. Chris Drach and Brad Mills had crossed for a try each for the Kariong side and an upset looked on the cards. However Gosford regrouped and gradually got themselves together and were able to cross for five tries to secure the win. “The win by Gosford put them back into the Top Four in what is developing into a tight struggle for semi-final positions,” said Thomson.
Media release, 6 Jul 2014
Central Coast Rugby Union