MUCH NEEDED ROAD WIN

With the Colts team off for the week, the Division One team made the trek to the Central Coast to take on the Sharks.

2017 has been a poor year so far for takeaways but the Sharks gifted 2 turnovers in the first quarter which allowed an early 16-0 lead, both Zach Hughes and Aaron Beyer scoring in the air.

The Sharks did not run the ball well but their passing game was fierce by comparison. With 50 pass attempts, a very high number for a GNSW game, they ended up with over 300 yards in the air and 4 passing touchdowns. After a 16-8 deficit, the Sharks closed to 30-22 after an on side kick recovery. Seahawk Safety Tony Nghiem however made a timely interception (his 2nd of the game) and returned it 33 yards for a touchdown  which quelled the Sharks comeback.

 

The 36-28 final score gave the Seahawks Division One team a much needed 2nd win for the year and prepares for next week’s vital game against the Nepean Ducks.