Tom Trbojevic delivered a stunning performance for Manly in their 42-14 victory over Canberra, showcasing his state fitness in a defiant display. The win was important because they wanted to end their three-match losing streak and level their win-draw loss record at 5-1-5 for the year. And this match is important because it was the first defeat for Canberra since round five.
Trbojevic scores a hat-trick and shows his threatening performance on the field despite recovering from a hamstring injury. Trbojevic’s outstanding outing included three line breaks, ten tackle busts, two offloads, and two line break assists.
He is known as a strong contender for New South Wales because of his exceptional statics. Many of his fans are excited about his performance and the impact he can have in the series.
We cannot miss the name of Josh Schuster, who also had an outstanding game performance by scoring a try and providing three assists. Later Ben Condon and Jason Saab complete the victory of Manly.
In the previous match on Sunday,, Canterbury made a comeback and defeated Gold Coast 20-18.
Josh Addo-Carr is a prominent Canterbury winger player who recently recovered from an ankle injury makes his place again in the team and shows his skills with a try and 81 meters gained. There is tough competition between the teams, and the player’s hard work pays off despite their injuries, which is the game’s spirit.
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