SEIDA Raiders wrapped up the 2010 3Suns Rigo rugby league grand final premiership with 22-0 thumping of SK Broncos.
What was expected to be tough encounter turned out to be a one-sided affair when Raiders proved their supremacy over Broncos.
Raiders outside centre Ronald Mahuta played a blinder scoring a hattrick of tries to help his side defend their title for another year.
Raiders were the first to score when winger Hicks Roge crossed over for the first try to lead 4-0 to the break.
After a pep talk from coach Fako Maraki, Raiders were committed to their defence play and offensive moves, resulting in a try to Samuel Roge to take their lead to 8-0 before the flood gates opened to see Mahuta picking up his hattrick to seal a 22-0 victory.
Raiders continued to cause havoc and wore down their opponents despite some tireless work by Broncos’ Ben Mana, five-eighth Welma Jack and workhorse prop Samuel Kult.