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REDCLIFFE 30 d TWEED HEADS 20
MICHAEL Roberts again showed why he is widely considered the best Wizard Cup player never to get an opportunity at NRL level, leading Redcliffe to a 30-20 win against Tweed Heads.
On a day where the spotlight was on teammates Shane Perry and Nick Emmett, returning from duty with the Brisbane Broncos, Roberts was still the star that shone brightest.
Continuing his great early season form, the three-time QANTAS Player of the Year was among everything and played his hand in several attacking raids.
None was more impressive than the try to steaming winger Alwyn Simpson straight after halftime, coming from a deftly weighted Roberts kick that was plucked from the air.
That try took Redcliffe