Roosters get their kicks with rout 66 against woeful Tigers

SCG: Super Saturday slipped into Slaughter Saturday as the Sydney Roosters finished a day of humiliating victories.

The Roosters made it six successes on the run by pounding the Wests Tigers 72-6.

The triumph was the greatest rugby association edge at any point recorded at the Sydney Cricket Ground, obscuring St George's 65-5 win over University in 1937.

It was Easts' second-greatest score in their glad history, missing the mark just of the 87 focuses they posted in 1937.

The Roosters have called the SCG home the beyond four years, and what an essential method for expressing goodbye prior to moving nearby to the brand new Allianz Stadium in a fortnight.

Prior in the day, Parramatta lapped Canterbury 42-6, while Cronulla crushed Manly 40-6 in their own terrace.

The consolidated scoreline of 152-18 was practically comparable to the 148-6 Saturday Shocker in cycle 16 last season.

Tigers captain James Tamou had absolutely had enough. He was walked by ref Ben Cummins in the last minutes when he was heard by the TV mouthpieces shouting, "f- - - ing awkward you are".

Tamou apologized for his explosion. "I have four children at home, and that is the manner by which they need to see their father act," he said. "I am sorry for my activities towards Ben Cummins," Tamou said. "They [the referees] work effectively. It wasn't coordinated towards him.

"The dissatisfactions got the better of me and I'll wear any analysis that comes my direction. I'll be responsible for my activities. The activities aren't OK. I most likely took the path of least resistance as opposed to shaking their hands and looking at them without flinching."

Tamou has consistently pointed up in a side that hasn't.

The Chooks, then again, are murmuring and merit regard. As a matter of fact, they nearly merit being evaluated second top picks by the bookies behind Penrith, particularly as a result of the star power they have all around the recreation area.

The way things are, they will probably make certain about fifth or 6th on the stepping stool, and be expected to win four weeks straight if they have any desire to take the title.

Best of luck attempting to tell captain James Tedesco, mentor Trent Robinson, Joey Manu and the posse they can't make it happen.

"It seemed like for a little while now we've been predominant for periods, however that 80 minutes of unadulterated strength and constancy, we haven't had the option to make it happen," Tedesco said.

"There were a couple of things to play for. It was our last game at the SCG, it was old young men's day also. We likewise realize we have two intense games coming up, yet our emphasis was on an extraordinary execution this evening, and I'm happy we could make it happen."

Tedesco added Butcher's four attempts were incredible, and "it's the initial time he's consistently looked favorably upon the field".

The best thing about the Roosters was their craving to player the Tigers the whole 80 minutes.

They drove 30-0 at half-time and would have been qualified for relax. Nat Butcher scored an attempt when three Tigers players fundamentally took a gander at one another prior to acknowledging he was past them and over for his most memorable profession full go-around. He then, at that point, upped the ante to pack four.

Daniel Tupou stowed a twofold, as did Angus Crichton in the main half.

The news gets better for the Roosters with Lindsay Collins and Sio Siua Taukeiaho due back from injury one week from now and accessible for the intense outing to Melbourne.

Now that will be an amazing game, particularly after the Storm piled up their own cricket score 24 hours sooner in Brisbane.

This time last year, Robinson would have been enticed to tie on the boots, such was the club's stunning injury cost.

The Bondi young men travel south, then, at that point, get back for a ding-dong fight against Souths.

The Tigers were terrible and looked more fit to the Ron Massey Cup. They failed, concocted unfortunate kicking choices, and completed the coordinate with only one player on the seat after Luke Garner (blackout), Ken Maumalo (crotch) and Alex Seyfarth (shoulder) all hit the showers early.

Interval Tigers mentor Brett Kimmorley didn't know what direction to look. Basically a couple of beefed up fans gave some light diversion each time the TV radiated on to Kimmorley in the container. Who can say for sure the way that Tim Sheens and Benji Marshall were feeling.

It seemed like the Roosters were pushing hard for focuses from the initial whistle.

Victor Radley was put on report for being the third man in while gathering Joe Ofahengaue underneath the knee, yet the Roosters authority can view himself as hard finished by would it be a good idea for him he be charged by the match survey board.

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