Brahmans and Bears still without a victory

20-12-2018 by admin

Perfect pass: Binalong young gun Dylan Arabin showed some of his class on Saturday against the Burrangong Bears. Picture: Riva Potter.

A thrilling draw at the weekend has kept both Binalong and Burrangong winless in theWoodbridge Cup season.

The Waldren Construction Binalong Brahmans and the Burrangong Bears will have to try and accomplish their first victory inanother game following the 22-all draw.

Apart from the final 15 minutes of the match,neither side could really get going in what wasa rather lack-lustre affair for the majority of the afternoon.

In an error riddled game which involved volumes offrivolous passing, both sides struggled to complete sets of six tackles.

It was the home side whichstruck the first blowwhen at the 20-minute mark of the first half.

In a great solo effort,Haydon Beefound a gap and converted his own try to take Binalong6-0 up.

Promoting ofunder 18 captainDylan Arabinto senior ranks paid dividends for Binalong.

The talented youngster scored a try five minutes shy of the break. Bee made the conversion and the Brahmans were up 12-0 on the brink of half time.

The Bears still found enough time to naila vitaltwo point penalty and the half time score was 12-2.

Things looked to be smooth sailing early in term two for Binalong. star full back Tim Regan whoscored after 12minutes and Beau O’Mara crossed the chalk soon after.

With the scorereading 20-2 three quarters of the way through the contest, you could beforgiven for thinking a Binalong victory was on its way.

However, in the next 17 minutes, Burrangong scored four unanswered trieswhich saw them to a 22-20 lead with only minutes on the clock.

In an exciting finish to theclash, alatepenalty kick directly in front of the sticksenabled Binalong’sBee to level the scores at 22 apieceand both outfits were left to ponder what could havebeen.

The Brahmans were best served byDrew Arabin andLance Adams, while Dylan (Arabin) handled the step up with aplomb.

By contrast, the Jersey Girls continuedtheir winning way after losingto Grenfellthe previous week.

A try to Mel Ings gave the Binalong ladies a slight 4-0 buffer at the break.

The home side kept up the good work in the second half and claimed the match18-0.

For the hosts, ChristieJohnson kept the ball moving all match, Kayla Smith and Tioni were good in defence and attack along with Sam Baileyand Em Banks.Madeline Brayshaw madesome strong runs.

Binalong are at home again on Saturday with the club hostingCanowindra in allthree grades commencing at 12:30pm.

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