2012 NSW State Cup - Day One Results

Day one saw plenty of entertaining matches at the 2012 New South Wales State Cup.

In the Men’s 20’s division, five teams remain undefeated after the first day of competition – Bankstown Jets, Parramatta Eels, Penrith Panthers, Peninsula Piranhas and Campbelltown Ghosts, with two wins each.

Six teams are undefeated in the Women’s 20’s division – Wallsend Wolves, Manly Sea Eagles, Penrith Panthers, Nelson Bay Neptunes, Peninsula Piranhas and Tamworth Thunder – all with two wins from two games.

The Wallsend Wolves sit on top of the Men’s 30’s ladder, with three wins from three games, closely followed by the Penrith Panthers, Easts Roosters and the Manly Sea Eagles, each with two wins from their three games.

Easts Roosters and the Wallsend Wolves are on top of the Women’s 30’s ladder, each with two wins and a draw. Port Macquarie and the Maitland Redbacks follow closely behind, with two wins and one loss a piece.

The Manly Sea Eagles are undefeated in the Men’s35’s division with two wins, closely followed by the Penrith Panthers, with one win and a draw and Wallsend Wolves and Wests Magpies with one win and a loss each.

The Men’s 40’s division sees the Wallsend Wolves and Canterbury Bulldogs undefeated after the first day of competition, followed by Kiama and the Ballina Bull Sharks.

Newcastle City, the Central Coast Dolphins and the Manly Sea Eagles are all undefeated after the first day of the Women’s 40’s competition, closely followed by Forster Tuncurry and Easts Roosters.

The Men’s 45’s division sees Penrith, Manly and Newcastle in the top three positions on the ladder after day one while in the Men’s 50’s division five teams are undefeated after day one – Wests Magpies, Newcastle, Manly, Ryde Eastwood Hawks and Penrith.

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