Across The Waves rewarded with win

ACROSS The Waves have crashed home for a second win in the fledgling Bundaberg Women’s Rugby League competition.

Across The Waves suffered losses in its first three games of the season but yesterday went back-to-back with a 8-4 defeat of Easts.

Coach Leonie Stables said her team was beginning to find form after a renewed commitment to training.

“We’ve really been going for it so it’s good to see all the work begin to reap some dividends on the field,” she said.

Cathy Chapman got Across The Waves underway with an early lead scoring the team’s only two tries in the first 15 minutes of the game.

The Across The Waves backline had its work cut out late in the second half after an Easts’ try 20 minutes in.

Easts made plenty of ground but last-ditch defence from Across The Waves kept them clear of the try-line and prevented an equaliser.

Stables said there were promising signs for the season ahead.

“I think it’s all starting to come together for us.

“I think with a couple more games under our belts we’ll really start to hit our straps,” she said.



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