The Broncos looked ominous early on, opening up an early 8-0 lead thanks to two quick tries to Antonio Winterstein and Karmichael Hunt, while the early chances for the Tigers were let down by some sloppy work on attack which could partly be put down to the late withdrawal of key playmaker and captain Robbie Farah. It took a while for the Tigers to settle into their rhythm but once they did they proved tough to stop - three unanswered tries leading into the break gave the home side a well deserved 14-8 lead, and it could have been greater if the video referee hadn Like
Broncos too good for tough Tigers
- by Andrew Cook
- May 22 2009 9:50PM
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