Intrust Super Shute Shield: Round 13 Wrap Up

Sydney Uni 36-29 Eastern Suburbs Sydney Uni have reclaimed top spot on the Shute Shield ladder after beating Easts 36-29 on Friday night. The Students opened the scoring early but allowed Easts into the match after Lachlan Swinton received a yellow card. The Uni forwards began to dominate at set piece time and earned a penalty try on the stroke of half time to lead 14-10 at the break. Will Patterson scored for Easts early in the second half to give his side the lead for the first time in the match, but the Students responded quickly through Theo Strang, then raced away to a 31-15 lead after tries to wingers Henry Clunies Ross and James Kane. Searching for their fourth straight win, Easts hit back through Tim Buchanan but a second try to Uni winger James Kane put the result beyond doubt. Easts remain in the top six despite the 36-29 loss, but now have West Harbour breathing down their neck in seventh spot. Eastwood 53-36 Parramatta Eastwood secured their spot in
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