Clarence Town continue Woodberry’s woes: PHOTOS

Woodberry's Darrin Henry is tackled by a Clarence Town opponent.
Woodberry's Darrin Henry is tackled by a Clarence Town opponent.

Woodberry’s disappointing D-grade season continued with a 38-10 loss to Clarence Town on Saturday.

The Warriors welcomed Clarence Town to Fred Harvey Oval yet to win a game in 2014.

The visitors made sure that run continued with a dominant display.

Centre Brad Johnson scored a double for Clarence Town, while fullback Joe Gorton, outside backs James Foot and Shane Lewis, halfback Kayle Middleton and lock Kieran Hinton also crossed for tries.

Hooker Phil Badier kicked five goals in the rout.

Brad Reynolds was the only point scorer for Woodberry, grabbing two tries and kicking a goal.

The win keeps Clarence Town’s finals hopes alive after Hinton downed Abermain 18-10 at Howe Park.

In A-grade, West Maitland remains at the foot of the table after suffering a 54-10 hammering at the hands of Windale.

The Red Dogs were no match for Windale at Coronation Oval, with the 44-point loss leaving the hosts on 10 points, two behind Cardiff.

In C-grade, Raymond Terrace stayed on top of the table with a 74-1 thrashing of Carrington.

Elsewhere, Paterson River downed Lambton 32-24 while Thornton Beresfield played out a 20-all draw with Dungog.


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