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David Horwitz's solid territorial kicking throughout the second half ensured Australia gain valued territory and kept the Italian fullback Matteo Gasparini occupied.
This was some statement of intent from Manly. Randwick may be only flirting with the potential of finals footy at the moment rather than having any serious designs on actually winning a Premiership but they still presented a sizeable hurdle on their own turf to a Marlins side looking for their 11th win of an unbeaten season.
A young Randwick outfit was left empty handed and looking for answers on the weekend, going down to the competition leaders Manly 60-12.
The Wicks carried some momentum in to this clash, having not been beaten in their last three outings. Their opponents though were yet to be beaten this season and had stamped their authority as the competition favourites with a string of dominant performances.
Nicholas Kaspareck is currently studying his Masters in Construction Management at UNSW Built Environment, while working part-time with Girvan Waugh. He studied Architecture in Milan previously and we spoke to him about his time at UNSW Built Environment and what it's like to study here in Australia.
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