Masters still show great skill


Father and son Darren and Harry Brankstone played together at the Masters tournament on the Gold Coast.
Father and son Darren and Harry Brankstone played together at the Masters tournament on the Gold Coast.

The team played five games across the three-day carnival, which was the first time many players had pulled the jersey on in a number of years.

Sharks director Brendan Hunt made history for the club in its first game against South Queensland Maori, scoring its first try in a masters tournament.

The tournament also gave father and son duo Harry and Darren Brankstone the chance to play side by side, with the elder Brankstone crossing the line for a try.

No scores were kept for the games.