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Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles suffered a 44-30 loss to Mounties at Lottoland today in round 13 of the Intrust Super Premiership today.

The Sea Eagles opened the scoring with a try to winger Peter Schuster in the 10th minute. Hooker Joey Lussick converted for a 6-0 lead.

Mounties got on the board when lock Sam Duggan scored next to the posts in the 18th minute. The try was converted by Isaac John for a 6-all scoreline.

Lussick put the Sea Eagles back in front when he darted over from dummy half for a 10-6 lead in the 24th minute. He converted his own try for a 12-6 lead.

The visitors drew level with a converted try to full-back Dom Reardon for a 12-all scoreline after 20 minutes.

Sea Eagles half-back Cameron Cullen took the Mounties line on to split the defence to score a smart individual try for a 16-12 lead. Lussick converted for an 18-12 lead which the Sea Eagles took into the break.

Second Half

Mounties began the second half strongly with back to back tries to winger Alofi Mataele and Scott Sorensen for a 22-18 lead after 46 minutes.

The Sea Eagles hit back when centre Pat Mataele scored from a Cullen grubber kick for a 22-all scoreline. Kelepi Manu converted for a 24-22 lead.

Mataele then grabbed his second try when he scored from a smart grubber kick from Cullen. Mani converted for a 30-22 lead after 57 minutes.

Mounties centre Brent Naden then crossed for a try in the left corner for a 30-26 scoreline. IsaacJohn converted the try for a 30-28 scoreline.

The visitors hit the lead when a kick by John was fumbled in-goal for Alofi Mataele to score his second try for a 32-30 lead to Mounties.

Sorensen then grabbed his second try when he crashed through the defence next to the posts. John converted the try for a 38-30 lead with seven minutes remaining.

Mitch Kennedy secured victory for Mounties with a try under the posts, converted by John, for a 44-30 lead.

The loss leaves Blacktown Workers on 8 points with three wins from 13 matches.

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Manly Warringah Sea Eagles respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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