out of the changing sheds all fired up and quickly showed
their accuracy, with a string of plays leading to a great
attacking position in the opposition half. MAGS then showed
great hands all round with Gafatasi Sua delivering a great
off load to put Milford Keresoma over the line to score the
first points of the game. Score MAGS 5 - 0 SKC.
MAGS continued to build pressure but due to a number of small errors, were forced back into their own half. Now defending their line, MAGS could not afford to give away penalties, however a penalty was given and St Kent's took and landed a shot at goal. Score MAGS 5 - 3 SKC
great kick and receive MAGS were back down in the St Kent's
half. Whenever St Kent's tried to get out of their own half,
the ball found its way back due to the great communication by
the MAGS back 3.
After a time of continuous pick and goes from the forwards, MAGS were able to capitalise on their persistence with Gafatasi Sua driving over the line. The try was converted by Albert Nikoro. Score MAGS 12 - 3 SKC
With half time only a few minutes away MAGS were forced down onto their own line and were penalised. St Kent's took another shot at goal to increase their score line.
Half-time Score: MAGS 12 - 6 SKC
At the break
the half time talk was based around cutting down the error rate
and finishing as a team. This was the case, when straight after
kick off MAGS camped down in the opposition 22. Great strength
by the forwards with a notable performance by MAGS' No. 8
Dillion Halaholo saw Gafatasi Sua finish off again with his
second try. The try was converted by Matt McGahan. Score MAGS
19 - 6 SKC
MAGS then found their confidence and began to play some brilliant running football. Their actions converting into points. The first of 3 tries came from hard work by the MAGS forward pack. Dillion Halaholo and Sean Brookman worked together well finishing off with Brookman executing an excellent try assist putting Halaholo under the cross bar. The try was converted by Albert Nikoro. Score MAGS 26 - 6 SKC
Good pressure from MAGS caused a penalty to be awarded. MAGS decided to slow things down and Matt McGahan successfully put 3 more points on the board. Score MAGS 29 - 6 SKC
MAGS then fired things back up with their second brilliant try. Off the kick off, the ball was spread wide and Damon Niko put an excellent grubber kick forward to see Matt McGahan add another 5 points to the score board. Score MAGS 34 - 6 SKC
St Kent's with a great never-say-die attitude were rewarded with a final try to close the scoreboard.
Fulltime Score MAGS 39 - 13 SKC
"Dominate" Player of the Day: Dillan Halaholo
Next game: MAGS vs Otahuhu at MAGS, Saturday the 29th of May. Kick off 2:30pm
Match report written by Albert Nikoro
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