Rugby League, Maryborough - A grade.  Maryborough Brothers versus Wallaroos - Corey Hellmuth.
Rugby League, Maryborough - A grade. Maryborough Brothers versus Wallaroos - Corey Hellmuth. Valerie Horton

Wallaroos maintain pace with BRL leaders

WALLAROOS' grinding win over Isis Devils marked the first time Peter Waters' men won three straight games.

The Maryborough club overcame a slow start to score seven tries in the 26-point rout.

Waters was most happy with the way his side was forced to grind for the points.

Much of the club's attacking prowess has relied on unpredictability and risky playmaking.

"It was a win that didn't really feel like a win,” Waters said.

"It's the first time we've actually had to grind our way through a game.

"The most-pleasing aspect was the 10 (points conceded). One of their tries they got right at the end so we had them restricted to just four points for most of it.”

Wallaroos will face Easts Magpies at Stafford Park on Saturday.

Waters said his men would have to be at their best to handle the only side to beat the Bundaberg Rugby League's top two teams.



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