Young’s Sam Bunny
Young continued its revival in the firstdivision after a 30-17 win over Temora at Temora Recreation Ground.
The Yabbies had all the early running, jumping out to a 17-0 at half-time before the Tuskers stormed back into the contest.
Temora reduced the margin to five points before the Yabbies bounced away to score their second win since the split.
The win extends their advantage over third-placed Wagga City but after two byes they’ll face bigger tests against CSU and City.
Co-coach Aaron Seaman said the disruption wasn’t ideal butis looking forward to the challenge.
“We will probably have a hard week of fitness this week and use to the bye to our advantage that way,” Seaman said.
“It will be good to go out to Wagga ana play Reddies before Wagga City come up here.
“We still have a lot of work to do.”
Sam Bunny led the way for Young whileDanni Arabin and Corey Randall also had strong games.
The Yabbies’win moves them six points ahead of Wagga City.
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