SOUTHCITY are short-priced favourites to win another Group 9 premiership after thrashing Gundagai 50-10 in their top-of-the-table clash at Wagga’s Harris Park on Sunday.
Despite losing Nick Skinner and Josh Cochrane early with leg injuries, the Bulls led 26-0 at half-time and looked in a league of their own.
Ben Lucas came off late following a head knock.
The whitewash was highlighted by a coast-to-coast try to Usaia O’Sullivan late in the first-half.
Pani Manawatu, Tim Hurst, Nathan Rose and Hayden Jeans were outstanding for the victors.
“We had no bench in the end so it was a good win,” Rose said.
“It was a great effort by the boys.”
Albury Thunder’s chances of playing finals were dealt a blow with Brothers upsetting Tumut 36-20.
Ben Jeffery scored two tries in Kangaroos’ big win over Junee.
Temora defeated Cootamundra 30-10 on Saturday.