Senior boys win Woy Woy Cup
Woy Woy South Public School's senior boys' Rugby League team has won the Woy Woy Cup.
It is the first time Woy Woy South has secured the Cup in 11 years.
"All players represented our school proudly and the Opens Team went all the way and won the Grand Final," coach Mark McKinnon said.
"The boys were courageous in defence and brilliant in attack.
"They defeated the reigning champions, Kariong Public School, in a nail-biting 12-6 final.
"It was the first time in 11 years that we have won the cup and I could not be more proud.
"Mark Omeally (ex-Bulldogs player) presented our trophies and announced Tyrone Dorrell as player of the match," Mr McKinnon said.
"All the boys played with pride and commitment and were deserving winners in the final against Kariong," principal Matt Barr said.
"This was a very proud moment for our school and I'd like to again acknowledge the work that Mr McKinnon puts into ensuring the boys play at their very best," he concluded.
Newsletter, 3 May 2017
Matt Barr, Woy Woy South Public School
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