NSW GPS: Riverview beat Kings 29-12 to set up bumper clash against Scots

Riverview began their 2019 GPS campaign in style with an impressive 29-12 victory over Kings at Lane Cove.  Coming off an undefeated pre-season, Iggies began brilliantly and scored three unanswered first half tries to take a 19-0 lead to the break.  “Unlike our last few trial matches, we actually maintained and controlled possession for longer periods of the game. I think that frustrated Kings a little because they couldn’t get their hands on the ball,” Riverview first XV coach Anthony Cook told Rugby News.  “In doing that, we gained a bit of confidence and played off the back of that which tired them out in defence. “All three first half three tries came from mounted pressure. We maintained possession in the attacking zone and while Kings didn’t defend poorly, we held the ball and eventually found some gaps.” In their best performance of 2019, Riverview scored five tries, two to flyhalf Hamish Cressey and one each to George Clark, Oliver Arcus and Lachl
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