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Newcastle rugby league: Central hold out South Newcastle to grab third spot

James Gardiner
By James Gardiner
Updated June 22 2022 - 9:06am, first published June 19 2022 - 8:30am
ALL SMILES: Dominic Murphy (right) is embraced by Central teammate Fletcher Kennedy after crossing for a try in the Butcher Boys' win over South Newcastle at St John Oval on Sunday. Pictures: Jonathan Carroll
TRY TIME: Central second-rower Dominic Murphy breaks through the tackle of Lewis Hamilton in the Butcher Boys' 12-10 win over South Newcastle.
TIGHT SQUEEZE: Central's Kain Anderson (3rd from left) and Dominic Murphy wrap up Souths Newcastle winger Reeve Howard at St John Oval on Sunday.

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CENTRAL Newcastle burst out of the box and then hung tough to account for South Newcastle 12-10 at St John Oval on Sunday and move into the Newcastle Rugby League top three.

James Gardiner

James Gardiner

Sports Writer

James Gardiner, chief football and rugby writer at the Newcastle Herald.