Port Moresby Vipers dashed to victory overthe Gulf Ispeas, 28 points to 4 atthe Lloyd Robson Oval in round 7.
Forthe Isapeas it wasthe end of three consecutive wins inthe competition.
Port Moresby Stop and Shop Vipers crippledthe Crocs withtheir venom right fromthe starting whistle asthey ran rings aroundthem, first blood drawn through currently Kumul rep, Josiah Abavu.
It was a result far from expected asthe Gulf Isapeas were tamed inthe first half not able to containthe Vipers charge down.
Isapeas didn’trsquo;t click inthe first half and foundthe going tough againstthe star studded vipers.
Vipers bagged three tries inthe first half leaving Isapeas scoreless asthe match into half time 18-nil tothe Vipers was what showed onthe scoreboard.
All efforts bythe crocs to score were unsuccessful asthe vipers closed in on defence. Bell handling errors gotthe better ofthe Ispaeas asthey trlied in vain to score.
Isapeas managed an unconverted try whenthe match resumed from half time to trail 18- 4.
Viper’s forward Larsen Marabe was named man ofthe match.
Lae Snax Tigers currently leadthe official point’s ladder after round 7 on 11 points followed bythe Bentangor Goroka Lahanis andthe Gurias come in at third place aftertheir 2nd consecutive loss, Mioks and Viper wrap upthe top 5 teams onthe Digicel cup 2013 ladder.