Anton Bresler driving forward during the Super Rugby match between Sharks and Highlanders from Mr Price Kings Park
Anton Bresler driving forward during the Super Rugby match between Sharks and Highlanders from Mr Price Kings Park Steve Haag - Gallo Images/Getty Images

Sharks break Highlanders

FLY half Patrick Lambie scored all of his team's points to give the Sharks a 28-16 victory over the Otago Highlanders in their Super Rugby match at Kings Park.

Fly half Lambie scored a try and kicked a conversion and seven penalties to hand the Highlanders only their third defeat of the season.

"It was one of our better all-round performances," Sharks captain Keegan Daniel said in a pitchside interview. "We are in the middle of the pack at the moment but we need to build some momentum from this win."

The first half was dominated by the boots of Lambie and his opposite number Mike Delany with both teams guilty of conceding penalties at the breakdown.

Lambie succeeded with all five of his penalty attempts while Delany responded with three of his own.

Read the full match report at ABC news online.



Christmas lights map: Where to see street displays

premium_icon Christmas lights map: Where to see street displays

Your guide with map for 40+ streets with lights in the Valley.

Childcare site ‘a game-changer’ for parents

premium_icon Childcare site ‘a game-changer’ for parents

The government is set to launch the “TripAdvisor” of childcare.

POWER 30: Clarence Valley's Most Influential 2018

premium_icon POWER 30: Clarence Valley's Most Influential 2018

Here is full list of Clarence Valley's 30 most influential people

Local Partners