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Australian Schools Rugby News : September 2009
North Queensland champions Rockhampton Grammar have claimed their frst Ballymore Cup with a nail biting 17-15 win over All Saints Anglican College from the Gold Coast in the Division One fnal. Rockhampton’s Pryce Trevor (below) won the match with a penalty goal in front of the posts after fulltime. Rockhampton had led 14-0 at halftime and looked set to run away with the match until All Saints staged a courageous fghtback to lead 15-14 as the fulltime hooter sounded, only to concede the vital penalty. All Saints had been put off their game by Rockhampton’s physicality in the frst half but started playing ru b i th second half to better possession and territory. However 2008 runners up Rockhampton were not to be denied and applied steady pressure on the All Saints line as the seconds ticked away until eventually that pressure told. Rockhampton lock Simon Gregory, who scored a fne try in the frst half, was voted the Matt Cockbain Player of the Match, with All Saints’ try scorer Michael Sole voted the best from the losing side. ROCkHAMPTON GRAMMAR CLAIM fIRST BALLYMORE CUP QUEENSLAND -- BALLYMORE CUP Rockhampton Gramm (Michael Walsh, Simo tries, Pryce Trevor 2 c All Saints Anglican C (Jarrad Cole, Michael Liam Gallagher pen, Tom Pincus con). Division Two final, Pacific SHS from the Gold Coast beat atha region representative a SHS 17-0, while Siena Catholic e from the Sunshine Coast beat John Paul College 19-15 in the third place playoff. 9 n The state’s largest school Rugby competition, the Ballymore Cup provides an opportunity for “non-traditional” rugby playing schools who win their respective regional championships to test themselves against other regional champions tate.
Australian Schools Rugby News October 2009