Hard to defend.
That's one way to describe Mustangs centre Chris Bull as he wreaked havoc against Port City Breakers this afternoon.
The youngster continued to set up tries with his damaging runs down the edge in a 20-14 win.
Early on Tirell Dungay's evasiveness caused problems as did Bull's runs.
In the 12th minute, Mustangs prop David Styles forced an error from a quality tackle as the Mustangs pounced on the ball.
A quick shift to the left found Bull who passed it onto winger Braith Powick for the first try.
At the quarter break, the Mustangs led 6-0 and they didn't muck around after scoring a try through Bull.
The centre showed his strength to barge over three defenders and score.
Port fought back five minutes later with Billy Spraque scoring on the left - the score now 10-6.
The men in blue and white were in again before half-time through Billy Buletin with scores level at the break.
Mustangs were first to score post half-time after a break from only one man - Chris Bull.
The centre attacked down the left before great support play from Shane Davis Caldwell saw him cross the line and convert his own try.
Five minutes later, Port made it interesting.
Fullback Corey Lewis going over for a deserved try after demanding the ball the play earlier.
A missed conversion saw Mustangs leading 16-14 at three quarter time.
An inspiring play was required to secure the victory for the Mustangs and it came through their damaging centre.
Bull barged over a number of defenders before support from Powick on the left wing saw him score.
The referees whistle blew 10 minutes later as the Mustangs kicked off the day of Group 3 rugby league with a 20-14 win.
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