Harlequins player Sam Whitfield at Jubilee Park on May 28.In the men’s division one competitionat the mid-way point of the season, Harlequins have taken top spot on the ladder from aninjury-plagued CSU/Rivcoll.

Harlequins defeated CSU 2-1 at Jubilee Park on Saturday.

Thehard-fought one-goal win was the Harlequins’ fourth consecutive victory.

The Harlequins had apadded goalkeeper this week, allowingdefender Craig Watson the chance to showhis skills atthe other end of the ground.

Watson contributeda handy goal against the reigning premiers.

CSU were unable to adjust to the wet conditions, and the more experienced Harlequinsprevailed with Sam Whitfield and Tim Phillips taking control for the men in green.

CSU wasunable to convert from a penalty corner on full time as their forward line struggled throughout the game.

Meantime,Lake Albert continue to languish in last position, after losing to Royals by one goal in terribleconditions

TheRoyals defeated Lake Albert 3-2 onPaul Field which resembled a swimming pool.

In a hotly-contested game, umpiressent players from both teams to the dugoutsas tensions flared.

Royals fullback Lachlan Kendall was solid in defence as he repelledthe ball many-a times from the Lake Albert forwards, whileveteran Paul Oakman and RhysMcManus stood out for Lake Albert.

Next week is a general bye.

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