The “Masonic Centre” 10’s won the 2015 grand final in a gutsy game at Mallabula sports complex two weeks ago.
A confident Wangi Wangi side took the field.
They had beaten Myall River by 30 points in the semi final, and were planning a similar score line.
Determined defence, and some spectacular ball work left Wangi in no doubt they had a game on their hands.
Shaqueil Saunders was a standout in attack, supported by Sonny Braddick and Makai Dvorik, who fielded a game changing kick to score a try.
That changed the games direction.
Zane Ridley was the teams impact player, while Zane Pietsch and Domanic Lagudi were terriers in defence.
Isaac Mitchell put his body on the line, and Tye Carter capped a good game with a try.
Lilly-Anne White and Sophie Fraser played strongly.
Sam Wright, Jacob Misfud and Braiden Dvorik came off the bench with purpose. Jermaine Wolfram was elusive out wide.
The final score was 34 points to 24.
The “Country Club “ 17’s were defeated by Macquarie Scorpions 18 points to 12 in their grand final .
Controversial decisions highlighted the game, with Myall River having three tries disallowed. Aaron Bills was dynamic in defence, supported by Ben Johnston and Tyler Edmonds.
Nash Johnson and Jesse Date tried hard in the halves.
Cain Waterman and Matt Feeney’s work rates were high, while Riley Price impacted of the bench.
Matthew Price score two tries in a tradesman’s display.
Myall River will wrap up a successful season with a Presentation Day, which will be held at Myall Park on Saturday October 17th followed by the AGM which will be held at the Tea Gardens Country Club on Wednesday 21 September.