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Magpies score late win over Cabramatta, Kaiviti Silktails kick start their 2021 campaign

Western Suburbs Magpies bench utility Daniel Petralia came up with a late try in Saturday’s clash with Cabramatta to secure his side a 16 – 12 victory in the opening round of the Ron Massey Cup.

Petralia was brought into the action in the 55th minute for back-rower Jak Cannell just before the Two Blues hit the lead heading into the final quarter of the match. Petralia scored the match-winner for Western Suburbs in the 72nd minute to give the Magpies the win.

In other matches played across the round, Mounties were too strong for the Wentworthville Magpies at Ringrose Park, whilst St Mary’s, Hills Bulls and the Ryde-Eastwood Hawks all recorded wins.

Fiji team, the Kaiviti Silktails, will start their 2021 campaign against the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles this Saturday at Mascot Oval.

RESULTS:
Ron Massey Cup:

Wentworthville Magpies 16 l. Mounties 36
Western Suburbs Magpies 16 d. Cabramatta Two Blues 12
St Mary’s 28 d. Glebe Dirty Reds 16
Windsor Wolves 16 l. Hills Bulls 62
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 12 l. Ryde-Eastwood Hawks 38

Sydney Shield:
Wentworthville United 26 drew with Moorebank Rams 26
St Marys 40 d. Cronulla Caringbah Sharks 12
Windsor Wolves 4 l. Hills Bulls 44
East Campbelltown Eagles 28 d. Cabramatta Two Blues 24
Penrith Brothers 34 d. Ryde-Eastwood Hawks 6

FIXTURES:
Ron Massey Cup:

Mounties v Windsor Wolves
Kaiviti Silktails v Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles
Cabramatta Two Blues v Glebe Dirty Reds
Wentworthville Magpies v St Mary’s
Ryde-Eastwood Hawks v Western Suburbs Magpies

Sydney Shield:
Cabramatta Two Blues v Cronulla Caringbah Sharks
Wentworthville Magpies v St Mary’s
Ryde-Eastwood Hawks v East Campbelltown Eagles
Belrose Eagles v Penrith Brothers
Moorebank Rams v Windsor Wolves