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James Roumanos had a strong game against the Dragons

It was a tough Easter Sunday for the Sea Eagles in the NSW Cup and Jersey Flegg competitions.


Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles suffered a disappointing 42-4 loss to St George-Illawarra Dragons at WIN Stadium, Wollongong, in round six of the NSW Cup.

Fresh from their first win of the season in Newcastle last weekend, Blacktown Workers were looking to build on their performance against the Dragons.

However, Blacktown Workers trailed 12-4 at half-time with their only highlight being a try to second-rower Luke Hodge in the ninth minute.

The Dragons then ran in seven straight tries with five of them coming in the second half.

The loss leaves Blacktown Workers in ninth place with one win from five matches. The Dragons sit in 10th position.

Jersey Flegg

The Sea Eagles suffered a heavy 48-28 loss to St George-Illawarra Dragons at 4 Pines Park.

Fourteen tries were scored in the match with the Dragons running in nine tries to five.

Manly’s cause was not helped after lock Faleata Iosefa was sent off in the 25th minute with the Dragons taking a 26-12 lead into half-time.

Dragons winger Treigh Stewart crossed for four tries and kicked two goals for a personal haul of 20 points.

Try scorers for the Sea Eagles were prop James Uesele, second-rower Zac Fulton, half-back Flynn Angles-Corke, forward Oliver Clements, and hooker Gordon Chan Kum Tong. Five-eighth Donovan Bailey kicked four goals.

The loss leaves the Sea Eagles on the bottom of the ladder with just one win from six matches.


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