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Riverina’s Andrew Johns Cup side chase first win after another near miss | The Daily Advertiser



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After letting a half-time lead slip for a second straight week, Riverina’s Andrew Johns Cup side is on the hunt for their first win. In a game of momentum changes the under 16s outfit responded after Central Coast scored two converted in the opening six minutes to take a 18-12 lead into the break at Harden’s McLean Oval on Saturday. However the Bulls were held scoreless in the second half as the Roosters went home with a 24-12 victory. Coach Ben Mott believes it was another good learning experience from the side. “It was a cut and paste of last week – the same little errors and couple of missed tackles,” Mott said. “We had more than enough opportunities, we had enough momentum to keep going at times but a…

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