GPS: What we learned from round 2

Shore and Joeys played out a thrilling 28-all draw at Northbridge on Saturday, while Kings and Riverview extended their unbeaten starts to the season with impressive wins over Newington and Scots respectively.

Here are a few things we learned from the round two:

A good attacking maul is important, a good defensive maul is even better

Right across International rugby, the maul has quickly become the go-to attacking tool for most sides over recent years and it’s clear most of the GPS sides have followed that trend.

Shore scored three tries from mauls, while Scots scored two and there was little their opponents could have done to stop any of those tries.

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