Two Police rugby league stalwarts, Rod Sheraton and Glenn Colless, made comebacks in Round 5 of the Police Bank Cup, played in Wollongong. Life member Alex Ramsay said, “Fantastic effort and Rod and Glen’s efforts epitomise the spirit of Police Rugby League, I might even pull the boots on next time Easts play Manly, but only if Craig Sheridan plays”. Rod and Glenn’s Macarthur Bulls had a 20 all draw with the Bankstown Giants. Great effort men!!
Results for Round 5 of the Police Bank Cup;
Parramatta defeated Manly by forfeit
Macarthur 20 drew Bankstown 20
Southern 19 defeated Easts 18
Congratulations to Southern Steelers for again hosting a great round of football. Good crowd and great facilities with plenty of money raised for a very worthy cause.
Police Bank Cup Ladder after Round 5 of NSWPRL competition.
Southern 10 points +60
Parramatta 6 points +57
Manly 4 points +54
Easts 4 points +51
Macarthur 1 point -78
Bankstown 1 point -144
Congratulations to Southern Steelers for taking out this years minor premiership.
Please remember, Semi Finals next Wednesday 31st May, 2017 at New Era Stadium, Cabramatta.
3pm – Parramatta v Manly
4.15pm – Southern v Eastern Suburbs
come and witness two great game of Police Rugby League.