CSU go two from two to start their New Holland Agriculture Cup season

Jay-Anna Mobbs
Alexander Grant
Updated April 14 2019 - 11:51am, first published 11:45am
BIG DAY: Regan Hughes score a hat-trick in CSU's win on the weekend, a victory that shoots them to the top of the New Holland Agriculture Cup ladder. Photo: JAY-ANNA MOBBS
BIG DAY: Regan Hughes score a hat-trick in CSU's win on the weekend, a victory that shoots them to the top of the New Holland Agriculture Cup ladder. Photo: JAY-ANNA MOBBS

CSU Bathurst rocketed to the top of the New Holland Agriculture Cup ladder after scoring a stirring victory over the Mudgee Wombats on Saturday afternoon, their second win to open the season.

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Jay-Anna Mobbs

Jay-Anna Mobbs

Journalist

Reporter for the Western Advocate. First began as a sports journalist with ACM in 2018 before moving on to cover news and court.

Alexander Grant

Alexander Grant

Sports Journalist

Part of the Western Advocate's sports desk in Bathurst.

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