Waratah break three-year hoodoo over old rivals; Belmont and Cooks Hill level in playoff race | photos

Isaac McIntyre
By Isaac McIntyre
Updated May 8 2018 - 1:01am, first published April 12 2018 - 11:30pm
IN CONTROL: Belmont drew level with Hamilton and Cooks Hill on the ladder after their close win over Raymond Terrace. Pictured is Belmont's roaming centre Jaimi Bubb. Picture: Isaac McIntyre

An emphatic victory for Waratah over ‘old enemy’ Hamilton tasted all the sweeter as they leap-frogged their rivals to return to first place.

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Isaac McIntyre

Isaac McIntyre

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