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St Marys put on dominant performance against Kaiviti Silktails

The St Marys Saints showed that they’ll be one of the favourites to win the 2021 Ron Massey Cup after a ruthless 56 – 6 win over the Kaiviti Silktails in Guildford over the weekend.

After winning their opening encounter against Glebe, the undefeated Saints put on a masterclass against the Fijians, with wingers Luke Geary and Ratu Luke Nadurutalo crossing for seven tries.

Silktail centre, Ratu Inoke Vasuturaga, scored the only try for the Fijians, who will now look to regroup before their match against the currently winless Windsor Wolves.

In other matches played, the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles recorded their first win of the 2021 Ron Massey Cup season with a 16 – 10 victory against Cabramatta, whilst Wentworthville won the battle of the Magpies defeating Western Suburbs 56 – 12.

RESULTS:
Ron Massey Cup:

Western Suburbs Magpies 12 – 56 Wentworthville Magpies
Kaiviti Silktails 6 – 56 St Marys Saints
Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles 16 – 10 Cabramatta Two Blues
Glebe Dirty Reds 46 – 12 Windsor Wolves
Mounties 20 – 24 Hills Bulls

Sydney Shield:
Cronulla-Carringbah Sharks 38 – 28 Windsor Wolves
Belrose Eagles 16 – 38 St Marys
East Campbelltown Eagles 30 – 34 Wentworthville Magpies
Penrith Brothers 46 – 14 Cabramatta Two Blues
Moorebank Rams 16 – 38 Hills Bulls

FIXTURES:
Ron Massey Cup:

Cabramatta Two Blues v Wentworthville Magpies
Glebe Dirty Reds v Hills Bulls
Mounties v Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles
Windsor Wolves v Kaiviti Silktails
Ryde-Eastwood Eagles v St Marys

Sydney Shield:
Cabramatta Two Blues v Wentworthville Magpies
Moorebank Rams v Penrith Brothers
Windsor Wolves v Belrose Eagles
Cronulla-Carringbah Sharks v Hills Bulls
Ryde-Eastwood Hawks v St Marys

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