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Thursday, 4 April 2019

Roosters 'run riot' over Broncos in record win


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The Sydney Roosters have dismantled a lacklustre Brisbane Broncos in a record 36-4 margin to keep coach Anthony Seibold to a single win with his new club.

The reigning premiers ran riot at the SCG, raining tries at will as they made a mockery of the Broncos defensive line on Thursday night.

Churchill Medallist Luke Keary was grateful for the return of his partner Cooper Cronk in the middle of the park as the pair immediately made their reunion known, orchestrating an early 10-point lead for the hosts.

A hamstring injury saw the veteran half sidelined for the past two rounds and he wouldn’t be treated to any favours upon return – flattened in a brazen “cheap shot” that would see Tevita Pangai Junior placed on report.

Cooper Cronk leads Roosters upon return from injury

“I’ve spent more on the physio table the last week than I have in the rest of the 15-years before,” Cronk said of his injury return following the game.

“Look it’s part of footy, he didn’t miss me tonight and that one hurt a little bit but the whole part of being a ball player you’ve got to do your job for the footy team.”

MORE TO COME.

The Sydney Roosters have dismantled a lacklustre Brisbane Broncos in a record 36-4 margin to keep coach Anthony Seibold to a single win with his new club.

The reigning premiers ran riot at the SCG, raining tries at will as they made a mockery of the Broncos defensive line on Thursday night.

Churchill Medallist Luke Keary was grateful for the return of his partner Cooper Cronk in the middle of the park as the pair immediately made their reunion known, orchestrating an early 10-point lead for the hosts.

A hamstring injury saw the veteran half sidelined for the past two rounds and he wouldn’t be treated to any favours upon return – flattened in a brazen “cheap shot” that would see Tevita Pangai Junior placed on report.

Cooper Cronk leads Roosters upon return from injury

“I’ve spent more on the physio table the last week than I have in the rest of the 15-years before,” Cronk said of his injury return following the game.

“Look it’s part of footy, he didn’t miss me tonight and that one hurt a little bit but the whole part of being a ball player you’ve got to do your job for the footy team.”

MORE TO COME.

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