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NSWCCC too good for NSWCHS

NSW CCC celebrate their big title success. Pic: John Gass
NSW CCC celebrate their big title success. Pic: John Gass

NSWCCC too good for NSWCHS

Author : Andrew Dawson and Nick Tucker NewsCorp Sport

NSWCCC too good for NSWCHS

Five tries in the first 30 minutes lifted a rampant NSWCCC side to the ASSRL boys title in Redcliffe – and it was another dominant first half that settled the girls decider. Relive the action.

Watch a full replay of NSW CCC v NSW CHS (Boys grand final).

A first half try-scoring feast from the NSW Combined Catholic Colleges blew away their NSW Combined High Schools rivals as they claimed a stunning 40-10 ASSRL 18 years grand final victory.

Congratulations to Heath Mason #6 and Lachlan Dooner #5 (st. Gregorys College Campbelltown) on winning the Australian National Championships with CCC

Congratulations to Heath Mason #6 and Lachlan Dooner #5 (st. Gregorys College Campbelltown) on winning the Australian National Championships with CCC

NSWCCC ran in five tries in the first 30 minutes to deflate the spirits of NSWCHS – and doing the groundwork was hulking middle forward Jacob Halangahu, a Parramatta signed talent from Patrician Brothers’ College Blacktown.

Lachlan Galvin looks to get NSW CHS moving forward. Pic: John Gass.

Lachlan Galvin looks to get NSW CHS moving forward. Pic: John Gass.

Luke Laulilii looks for a bit of room.

Luke Laulilii looks for a bit of room.

NSWCHS player Loko Pasifiki Tonga Kogarah Cougars JRLFC

NSWCHS player Loko Pasifiki Tonga Kogarah Cougars JRLFC

He was without powerful forward buddy De La Salle Va’a (Marcellin College, Randwick) but fullback Jaxen Edgar (St Dominic’s College, Kingswood, halves Heath Mason and Riley Pollard and lock Finau Latu brought their absolute best.

Who could forget the best dummy-half at the nationals, Zaidas Muagututi’a, whose second try put the nail in the coffin at 34-10.

NSW CCC celebrate their big title success. Pic: John Gass

NSW CCC celebrate their big title success. Pic: John Gass

NSWCHS scored their first try with 18 minutes left and it was their trusted right wing finisher Nikora Williams who was the beneficiary of a line break and cut out pass by Kade Reed (Illawarra Sports High).

Five-eighth Lachlan Galvin crossed for NSWCHS’ second successive try to reduce the margin to 28 points, but the support play of Muagututi’a landed one final blow for the victors.

NSW CHS completely dominates Queensland

It was a sky blue winter’s day at Redcliffe and all sky blue on the field as well as NSW Combined HIgh Schools released the hand brake to roll all over the Queensland schoolgirls and win the ASSRL 18 years grand final.

NSW CHS claimed the premiership in style by 38-8, rattling up a 26-0 lead after a dramatic first half onslaught.

They then scored first in the second half, a deft chip and chase try to Kayla Henderson (Crestwood High) to widen the chasm between the two teams, before two successive tries by Queensland late on narrowed the margin.

REPLAY: Queensland v NSW CHS (Girls grand final) 

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