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24 Aug 2020
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Lions defeated in all grades
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Lions defeated in all grades

Avoca Beach defeated Woy Woy in all grades of rugby union played on Saturday, August 15.

Avoca held Woy Woy to zero in three grades: Premier Two, President's Cup and Colts.

Central Coast Rugby Union president Mr Larry Thomson said Avoca Beach "displayed great form" to defeat Woy Woy by 37 points to 12 in the Premier One game at Woy Woy Oval.

"The first half was a quite even affair and scores remained quite close for much of the first 40 minutes," he said.

"Avoca Beach did slip away slightly on the scoreboard just prior to halftime, to go to the break leading by 20 points to 12.

"Woy Woy scored all their points in the first half and actually led by 12 points to 10 well into the first half.

"But the further the match went, the stronger Avoca Beach became.

Avoca Beach were able to post a further four tries in the second stanza to secure a quite comfortable victory.

"It was a good performance by Avoca Beach and one that will be noted by all opposition teams.

"Woy Woy gave it their all but just could not stop Avoca Beach in the second half.

"Woy Woy had several good performers headed by flanker Corey Fleming and lock Joel Frazer."

Results were: Avoca Beach 37 (Shaun Townsend 2, Kyle Lang, Mitch Jacob,

Riley Stevenson, Bradd Sheridan tries; Shaun Townsend 1 penalty goal, 2 conversions) Woy Woy 12 (Alex Moore 4 penalty goals).

In other grades, results were - Premier 2: Avoca Beach 67 v Woy Woy 0. President's Cup: Avoca Beach 8 v Woy Woy 0. Colts: Avoca Beach 59 v Woy Woy 0. Women: Avoca Beach 17 v Woy Woy 12.

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