A first half arm wrestle between two evenly matched teams turned into a second half scoring blitz with the Sharks crossing for five tries after the break in registering a resounding 34-10 win over Cabramatta.
The two teams battled hard with neither able to gain the ascendency in the first period and at 6-4 at half time it was anyone’s game, that was until the Sharks clicked into gear and recorded their fourth win from six games so far this year.
After Cabramatta had opened their account just three minutes into the game the Sharks responded, Jamie Anne Wright putting them on the board after 10 minutes and when Maddie Studdon was on target with the conversion it was 6-4, a score that would hold up until the break.
When the teams retuned whatever coach Glenn Brailey may have said in the locker room had the desired effect, Corban Mcgregor, Studdon and Quincy Dodd touching down in the opening 12 minutes of the half to blow the game open.
When coupled with Studdon’s three conversions it was 24-4 and as good as game over.
Further tries to Jade Etherden and Cheyenne Hatch sealed the result, before Cabramatta would cross for a late consolation try.
The win saw the Sharks move into fourth place, with four wins and two losses, leaving them four points behind competition leaders North Sydney.
The HNWP Sharks are next in action when they play the fifth-placed Rabbitohs on Sunday at PointsBet Stadium as the curtain-raiser to the Sharks v Manly NRL clash.
Jamie Anne Wright, Corban McGregor, Maddie Studdon, Quincy Dodd, Jade Etherden, Cheyanne Hatch tries, Studdon 5 goals