IN an early season replay of the 2015 Grand Final, Rockingham faced Curtin Uni at Lark Hill on Saturday.
Rockingham was seeking revenge after the Students ruined Rockingham’s quest for a perfect season and it came thick and fast, with the home side running out 75-5 victors.
Rocky are looking like strong contenders again as they dominated open play and could have easily broken the 100 point barrier with a more clinical display, squandering numerous scoring opportunities.
Standout performances by the loose forward trio set a platform to build on winning plenty of turnover ball, creating a big possession advantage for Rocky.
Skipper Bodie Etheredge backed up his monster five try haul against Mandurah with a hat trick, while Jayden Briggs also bagged three tries.
Rocky B Grade went down in a tight 21 – 19 tussle while the Colts fell 38 – 26 to Palmyra.
On Saturday, Rockingham A and B grade face ARKS at Lark Hill.
The Colts will travel to Cottesloe’s Harvey Field hoping to claim its first victory of the season.