The Lakes proved too strong for the Lions
The Lakes proved too strong for Woy Woy at Slade Park to record their first win round four of the Central Coast Rugby Union season to the tune of 57 points to 28 on Saturday, May 1.
Woy Woy opened the scoring in this match and took the early lead.
They led by 14 points to seven early in the match and seemed they were continuing their great form from the previous Saturday.
However gradually The Lakes took control and cemented a lead to demonstrate their best form for the year.
The Lakes quickly jumped ahead and by halftime had leapt to a very handy 26 points to 14 lead.
They played some great rugby and their mercurial backline was proving almost unstoppable.
The Lakes continued this form into the second half and were able to post a further 31 points in the final 40 minutes.
Woy Woy did not stop however.
They posted a further two tries to grab a valuable bonus point.
It was obvious The Lakes wanted their first win for the year.
Best performers for Woy Woy were No.8 Philip Shaw, lock Pita Pio and hooker Unaloto Tupou.
Media release, 2 May 2021
Larry Thomson, CCRU