Jamberoo Superoos sit aloft the I98FM WTA Men’s and Women’s Premier League tables at the halfway point of the competition, after both sides scored important wins before the upcoming competition bye week.

With a draw against the defending Premiers Woonona in Round 1 – The Women’s Superoos have claimed 3 wins since. Their latest scalp being the unbeaten Stingrays Of Shellharbour in a nail biting 3-2 results.
The two sides were locked at one touchdown a piece at halftime, but two second half tries to team Captain Lauren Robinson was enough to help Jamberoo to top spot on the ladder.
Corrimal and Dapto both claimed full points in their round 4 games.

In the Men’s competition, Jamberoo made it 4 straight wins, holding out a determined Corrimal Cougars 7-4 in a grinding battle.
“Everytime we got ahead by 2 and looked comfortable, they would hit back and apply the pressure again. It was the most physically demanding hit out for us this season”. Captain Tim Robinson said.

“Young Chase Grant was our best on ground for the third time in 4 matches. At just 15 years of age his lighting speed and awareness on the wing in both attack and defence is proving a real find for our team this season”

Helensburgh and Stingrays both scored big Round 4 wins, while Wests Illawarra pipped Albion Park 6-5 to make it 3 victories for the season.