Junior Bunnies snare three premierships
The Umina Bunnies Rugby League Club has snared three premierships in the Central Coast Junior Rugby League Competition played at Kanwal.
The Junior Bunnies fielded only six competition teams during 2017 and the club's under-12(2)s, uner-13(3)s and under-14(2)s all won their respective titles.
The under 12s edged out The Entrance 22-16, the under 13s recorded a 28-22 win over Toukley, while the all-conquering under-14s ran to a 16-0 half time lead against Budgewoi, before closing out the grand final with a 22-6 advantage.
The team, coached by Ken Dyer, capped a remarkable year in which they won all of 17 games played; scoring 623 points and only conceding 28 in the process, according to publicity officer Mr Andrew Stark.
All three Umina teams finished the home and away rounds as minor premiers and yet on a day that produced a host of grand final upsets, the Bunnies were able to buck the trend, he said.
Media release, 13 Sep 2017
Andrew Stark, Gosford Kariong Storm RLFC
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