West Harbour earns premiership status in Spring Club 7s Round 2

West Harbour proved too strong for the Western Sydney Two Blues in Round Two of the Spring Club 7s on the weekend.

West Harbour suffered an early loss to the Two Blues in the second round before going on to defeat them in the Cup Final 17-12.

Tournament Director Michael Doyle said you could really feel an increase in the energy at Woollahra Oval.

“Round one was great, but there was something special about the atmosphere at Easts on Saturday,” Doyle said.

“It was electric and the onfield action was impressive - there was a massive improvement from what we saw in round one.”

Once again, the teams made it difficult for selectors to choose only seven people to be named in the Round Two ‘Dream 7.’

However, Western Sydney Two Blues Fly Half Dietrich Roache proved unstoppable, claiming ‘Dream 7’ honours and named as Player of the Day.

Roache was joined by team mate Kinijoji Lagilagi, UTS Gordon’s Brendan Mitchell, West Harbour trio Tavite Gadesiuva, Jonathon Palmer and James Turner with Gage Phillips from First Nations Rugby rounding out the ‘Dream 7.’

Concord Oval, home of the round two premiers West Harbour, will host Round Three of the competition next weekend (Saturday 7 December).

Round 2 points:

1

West Harbour

16

2

Two Blues

14

3

First Nations

12

4

Norths

10

5

Gordon

8

6

Randwick

6

7

Easts

4

8

Manly

0

Championship standings after Round 2:

1

West Harbour

30

2

Norths

26

3

First Nations

23

4

Two Blues

20

5

UTS Gordon

19

6

Randwick

14

7

Easts

6

8

Manly

4

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