Shute Shield: ‘Jimmy the Jet’ grabs four as Wests rattle home against Two Blues

By MARK CASHMAN ‘Jimmy the Jet’ is alive, well and loving life in the West Harbour backline after the Pirates’ 50-15 win over the Western Sydney Two Blues on Saturday. Rugba league’s version of ‘The Jet’ - James Roberts from Souths - may well be sidelined with injury at the moment but James Turner certainly put his hand up for the moniker at the weekend. Turner scored four five pointers in Wests’ big win eight tries to two win over their western Sydney rivals which was tightly contested for much of the first 40 minutes. But the Pirates got their act together and powered through the second stanza showing that they will be a side that will be hard to beat next season if they continue their trajectory. West coach Mark Gudmunson just loved the fact that his side enjoyed their rugby on Saturday. “Jimmy just turned the turbo on when he got the ball in his hands as you can see from the highlights,” Gudmunson said. “Our other winger Justin Tavae got a d

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