Sharks flex muscle

PORT Macquarie ensured that they stayed on top of the Group 2 table for another week by giving Dunghutti an 88-14 hiding at Verge Street Stadium yesterday.

Ben Cudmore and Anthony Shipway both crossed for hat-tricks as the Sharks tuned up for next week's match of the day against Woolgoolga.

Paul Davis was back at the helm for the Broncos and he was pleased with the team's performance despite the one-sided score line.

Dunghutti president Charlie Quinlan said that there was a major change in the line-up after taking disciplinary action against some of their players and this led to a lack of cohesion in attack.

Both Quinlan and Port Macquarie coach Tony Pascoe were quick to point out that the day was incident free and the home crowd enjoyed watching veteran David Briggs Senior pull out some of his old tricks in a fine display.

As always Pascoe asked for more from his charges and he thinks he got it.

“The second half was better as we held the ball more.”



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