The annual Chris Hoare Cup Rugby League challenge took place where Bulahdelah Central School played Gloucester High, at Bulahdelah.
After losing by two points in 2013, Bulahdelah were determined to strike up a victory.
Running on to the field the boys were fiery and ready to play.
Gloucester failed to convert and this would be the only try that Gloucester scored during the game.
Bulahdelah hit back hard instantly with Tom Allen busting over the line to score Bulahdelah’s first points.
Steven Curnow converted the try making it 6 to 4.
At half time the score was 18 to 4 after Thomas Ross and Steven Curnow both went over to score a try.
In the second half there was no taking and it easy and it didn’t take long for our big running forward, Thomas Ross, to smash his way over the line to score his second try of the game.
Steven managed to score another try, also Carl Williams and Harry Reid both dived over the white line to score a try each.
Steven, with his golden boot, managed to convert every try scored which made the final score 42 to 4.
Bulahdelah’s determination and aggression in defense and brute strength in attack were too much for Gloucester to handle.
A mighty win to Bulahdelah, this result ensured the cup remains in Bulahdelah for the next 12 months. Congratulations to all involved in the day. Go Bulah!