Stephan Blair was the star of the show on Saturday as his side laid the platform for the halfback to score six tries in their Hastings League fixture against Laurieton Stingrays.
Coach Alfie Drew said he could've added one more to the tally.
"He scored six but should have had seven," he recounted to the Argus.
"When he was over the line he threw a twenty metre cut-out ball to Eddie Moran to score under the sticks."
Drew said the whole side allowed his halves to show their brilliance.
"Stephan was brilliant but it was a whole team performance, we had forwards setting the platform and then the game opened up to let Stephan and Malcolm (Webster) do what they do best.
"Our wingers and centres did plenty of scoots to give our forwards a rest as well.
"It was an all-round complete performance in defence and attack, we had a couple of times when we dropped off and gave away cheap penalties and possession but the boys switched back on and got through that.
"It was performance the team can be proud of."
The Marlins were also sporting their indigenous jersey for the 62-18 win.
"It was brilliant, the boys enjoyed it, they played with pride which is what you want to see and they were pretty excited they got to keep the jersey afterwards."
At Beechwood, the fixture between Lower Macleay and the Shamrocks was called off with more than 20 minutes on the clock at 16-6 in favour of the home side.
An incident will see two non-playing officials face disciplinary action.
"It was a cracker of a game, but unfortunately Lower Macleay had non-playing officials on the bench who were doing the wrong thing," Hastings League president Geoff Connor said to the Camden Haven Courier.
"It was nothing to do with the players, the game was still in the balance, but we now have two people who will appear in front of the board on Thursday (July 29).
"There is a range of charges, not obeying a directive of an official, bringing the game into disrepute, foul language and intimidation. It's quite serious and they will be dealt with accordingly."
In other Hastings League results Kendall defeated Harrington, 62-12, Long Flat won 46-26 against Comboyne.
Mr Connor said the wet weather postponed match between various Hastings League teams on July 10 has been reorganised onto August 17, and semi-finals have been pushed back a week.
This weekend, Lake Cathie will play a challenging Long Flat side at Lake Cathie Sporting Complex from 2.30pm on July 31.
Lower Macleay will face Kendall at Kendall Showground, while Harrington will look to improve their lower-end placing against Laurieton at Esmond Hogan Oval.
Comboyne will face the top-of-the-ladder Beechwood on the tigers home turf, while South West Rocks Marlins have the bye.
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