The Griffith Blacks women's 10s side have continued their great season with a big win over CSU on Saturday afternoon.
The home side were able to make a strong start and after a switch of play, Jacklyn Vidler able to get over in the corner while Amelia Lolotonga, on her return from an eight week suspension, got over for a second soon after a 60 metre burst down the wing.
The Griffith side started to run away with the game as Lolotonga got over for her second to see the Blacks leading 17-0 at the halftime interval.
After withstanding some serious pressure from the CSU side at the start of the second half, the Blacks were able to turn defence into attack and after a strong break, Fapiola Uoifalelahi was able to get over.
The try scoring continued with quick hands seeing Ua Ravu get in the corner while Amelia Lolotonga completed her strong return to the playing area with her third try.
The Blacks rapped up their convincing display in the dying stages of the game with Janiana Ravu able to get over in the corner and securing a 39-0 win over the Reddies.
Coach Lama Lolotonga was proud of the way his side were able to go about the game and holding yet another team scoreless.
"Love it but the most important thing is that they are having fun," he said.
"They have been playing really well and we have been working hard on our defence so hopefully they are able to hold it up just like they did today.
"The girls are having fun and they are getting on well together both on and off the field.
"There is nothing better to see as a coach."
Their defensive record is impressive as in 10 of the 14 games they have played this season they have managed to keep their opposition scoreless.
They will look to keep their fantastic season rolling when they take on Ag College at Exies Oval on Saturday.
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