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Wondai Wolves tear apart Gayndah's defence

IN WHAT was an almost faultless display, the Wondai Wolves tore apart Gayndah Gladiators in Nanango today.

The Gladiators remained scoreless for the 80 minutes while the Wolves made easy work of the defensive effort of the boys from the north to run out 84-0 winners.

Luke Tilney had a career high four tries on the night, and six other Wolves players crossing the line at various points of the game.

It was a closer affair when the Cherbourg Hornets travelled to Theodore with the host going down, 44-32.

Kingaroy Red Ants had a bye this week.

Full wrap of the weekend action in Tuesday's South Burnett Times.  

Topics:  rugby league

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