HomeRugbyNRLSt Gregs strike late to sink St Doms in classic opener

St Gregs strike late to sink St Doms in classic opener

Struggling to breach the defensive line, playmaker Cooper Black went to the air with minutes to go. It proved an inspired decision as St Gregory’s won the first Peter Mulholland Cup game of the year.

And it didn’t disappoint as St Gregory’s College pressure finally paid off with the match-winning try just minutes from the end to seal a 12-10 victory over St Dominic’s College.

“He’s got a bright future, that kid,” St Greg’s coach Tom Morrison said of Black.

“There’s not many schoolboys footy players that would pull the trigger there and roll the dice and put that kick in in the corner.

“He was definitely our clutch player.”

St Dom’s were mostly in full control in the first half, with Henry Young securing the first try of the game with his first touch, which was then successfully converted by Cooper Wnek.

St Greg’s weren’t behind for long though as the impressive Cooper Black found the try line. His successful conversion tied up the scores at 6-6.


Read the Full News at www.dailytelegraph.com.au
Explore More NRL News at SportyJones.com

Neuro Admin
Neuro Adminhttps://sportyjones.com/
I'm Adam Smith, your go-to sports aficionado from the land down under. My heart beats for cricket, rugby, and Aussie Rules footy. With over a decade in sports writing, I bring you the inside scoop on all things sports at SportyJones.com. Let's dive into the action!
- Advertisment -

Most Popular