By BURI GABI
THE never-say-die attitude of CIVPAC NCDC Vipers centre Kevin Frank inspired Tia Broncos to a resounding 12-4 victory over fired-up Muli Warriors last Sunday in the Hohola rugby league competition.
Frank laid the foundation for his side’s dominance in the second stanza after they were trailing 4-nil at the break.
But it was a different story in the second stanza as the Broncos made amendments in the sheds at the break to see their electrifying centre Frank setting up three tries as he made his trademark moves.
The speedy Vipers centre was not much involved in the first half, that saw the game dominated by Warriors, led by Masta Mak Rangers utility, Nathan Anjo, playing at five-eighth.
But, it was their high ball handling errors and lack of coordination between the forwards and backline which saw them giving the game away to a much organised Broncos.
In another tough encounter, Toks Mix Dogs humbled the Freeway Bumpers 16-4.
The Hohola league competition kicked off last weekend after a long Christmas and New Year break, with all teams in full swing last weekend, to collect vital competition points.