Hamilton withstand Raymond Terrace surge; Cooks Hill drop Waratah into second with 6-5 slug-fest | photos

Isaac McIntyre
By Isaac McIntyre
Updated May 8 2018 - 1:03am, first published May 3 2018 - 11:30pm
EPIC: Raymond Terrace nearly knocked off the biggest scalp of the tenth season in a 5-6 match against defending champions Hamilton. Picture: Andrew de Souza

Belmont have retained their hold on third place, and the top seeded quarter-final position, after downing Rutherford 8-4 in the opening fixture of the round.


Isaac McIntyre

Isaac McIntyre


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