Hedweld Singleton Bulls Sevens side run down Hamilton Hawks

The Hedweld Singleton Bulls Sevens side celebrated a whopping 32-12 win over the Hamilton Hawks B when competing in the weekend’s Mick ‘Whale’ Curry Cup at St John Oval, Charlestown.

FLYING HIGH: Alex Vaughan only has eyes for the ball before this impact. (Photo supplied)

FLYING HIGH: Alex Vaughan only has eyes for the ball before this impact. (Photo supplied)

Steve Merrick’s men were dealt with a harsh reality check in their second group game when going down to eventual country tournament winner Nelson Bay A 25-0.

ON THE ROAD: Singleton Bulls Rapine Mason, Dillon Rowney and Chris Wadsworth defending attack from Nelson Bay A.

ON THE ROAD: Singleton Bulls Rapine Mason, Dillon Rowney and Chris Wadsworth defending attack from Nelson Bay A.

However the side would finish their campaign with a 17-17 draw against Kempsey.

“You look around the training track and there’s 30-40 players on the field in early February,” third year Bull Rapine Mason added.

“This time two years ago you’d have had 10 (maybe 12 at best).”

Gordon accounted for fellow Sydney club Easts 22-17 to take out the premier men’s final and Warringah were too strong for Stingers in the premier women.

RAGING BULLS: There was never a dull moment on Saturday. (Photo supplied)

RAGING BULLS: There was never a dull moment on Saturday. (Photo supplied)