Saturday, June 18, 2011
THE Ipswich Jets ran in eight tries to thrash the Burleigh Bears 40-4 in their round 13 Intrust Super Cup match.
The win saw the Jets reclaim fourth spot from the Bears, who were never in the hunt on a cold night at the North Ipswich Reserve.
Burleigh conceded five tries in the first 40 minutes to trail 24-0, prompting coach Paul Bramley to let loose in the dressing sheds with a few choice words.
His half-time address seemed to spark the Bears into action when play resumed as the visitors posted the first points of the second half through Hayden Allsop.
However, the Jets had the final say with three more tries to bury the Bears.