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Hunter Valley Weekend Sports Wrap

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Above: Denman's Brady Benkovic celebrates as he heads to the try line against Muswellbrook yesterday.

High drama in the Group 21 clash between Scone and Aberdeen with two players sent off.

Tigers front rower Adam Swadling was given his marching orders after an alleged late shot on Thoroughbreds captain coach Adam Clydesdale in the 30th minute.

About ten minutes into the second half his Tigers team mate Brock Wadwell was also given an early shower for dissent.

Despite this Aberdeen still kept Scone from recording one of their usual blowout scores. The Thoroughbreds winning 34-10.

It was a different story though at Olympic Park yesterday with Denman smashing Muswellbrook 54-points-to-10.

Greta Branxton defeated Singleton on Saturday 36-24.

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Scone took the competition points in their Newcastle Inter-District Football clash against Warners Bay.

A goal late in the second half securing the win.

The Muswellbrook Eagles scored a convincing 5-1 win over West Wallsend.

In the Northern League One competition, the Singleton Strikers drew 2-all with Cessnock at Civic Park.

Muswellbrook Cats continued their winning run in the Hunter Central Coast A-F-L downing Gosford at Weeraman Field 11.9.75 to 6.6.42.

In Hunter Premier One rugby union action the Singleton Bulls were thrashed by the Hamilton Hawks 71-to-7.

Meantime it was the Spinal Injury Charity Round in the Central North rugby union competition.

The Scone Brumbies beaten 62-17 by the Tamworth Pirates.

Images: Darren Cutrupi