Sunderland 0-34 Manchester
Team Sunderland were outclassed by Manchester and their outstanding winger as she scored 3 tries, extending on Manchester’s wins away from home.
In the opening 10 minutes Sunderland’s home record again was in jeopardy as Manchester’s fly half scored the first try of the game.
The try scored by Manchester’s fly half meant the away side had the opportunity to lead by seven, the kicker pounced on the opportunity.
Five minutes was all it took for Manchester to double their lead, again points scored by the same star players.
23 minutes had gone when a scrum from Manchester resulted in another try from the away side.
This time however, the goalkicker missed the opportunity to add two more points from the tee, firing the ball yards away from between the goal posts.
Three more tries were then scored in the 39th 55th and 81st minute of the game, remarkably by the left winger, She had an outstanding performance, putting Manchester comfortably ahead in the second half of the game.
Sunderland went into the game against Manchester hoping to get their first three points at home this season.
Their last fixture played at home ended in a draw, despite a somewhat aggressive fierce game showcased by the home side.
In the 10th minute of the game the favourites heading into the match seemed reasonably comfortable as the away sides fly halve scored a wonderful try.
13 minutes had gone by until the next try of the game again scored as a result of the Manchester scrum, however this time the goalkicker couldn’t snatch the opportunity to add an extra two points from the tee.
Manchester were on top at the beginning of the second half too as they muted any Sunderland attack,
In the 39th, 55th and 81st minute of the game, remarkably by the left winger, another three tries were scored. The winger had an outstanding performance, putting Manchester comfortably ahead in the second half of the game.