Leeton brings up century in victory

SET OF SIX: Noa Rabici celebrates one of his six tries scored against Albury during Leeton's 107-0 win on Saturday. It keeps the Phantoms well clear on the Southern Inland ladder. Picture: Ron Arel

SET OF SIX: Noa Rabici celebrates one of his six tries scored against Albury during Leeton's 107-0 win on Saturday. It keeps the Phantoms well clear on the Southern Inland ladder. Picture: Ron Arel

Leeton centre Noa Rabici scored six tries as the Phantoms posted a 107-0 win over Albury on Saturday.

In another display of their scoring prowess, after a 92-0 win over CSU a fortnight ago, the ladder leaders scored 17 unanswered tries in a massacre at Leeton No.1 Oval.

In his return from suspension Simon Vunilagi crossed for a treble as Albury found no answers for a brilliant attacking effort.

Coach Marika Vunibaka was pleased to be able to crack the 100 mark, a scoreline so big it couldn’t fit on the electronic scoreboard.

“I’m happy with the performance of the boys,” Vunibaka said.

The Phantoms led 54-0 at half-time but while they didn’t take their foot off the pedal, Vunibaka thought their attitude changed.

“We did play well in the first half but come the second half they boys starting to think differently,” he said.

“They think it is going to be easy and they let the pressure off.”

One of the most pleasing aspects was that there were no new injury concerns.

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