HomeRugbyNRLStatewide score wrap: Bears farewell legendary coach with back-to-back titles

Statewide score wrap: Bears farewell legendary coach with back-to-back titles

Clermont Bears have once again taken down Dysart Bulls on enemy turf to claim the Central Highlands A grade title with a 42-14 grand final win.

There was little between the sides in the first half as the Bulls jumped out of the gates as their namesake would suggest, before Clermont ground their way back into the contest and to a 16-14 lead at the break.

But it was all Bears from there as Dysart ran out of legs, much to the cheers of the hearty crew who made the trip from Clermont to witness the back-to-back success.

This one was special in a number of ways, not only sending Justin Barrett out with his sixth premiership as coach before he hangs up the clipboard, but affirming the brotherhood that has seen newcomers to the region made to feel right at home through footy.

Barrett hailed all 19 players for dominating in their roles on the day, particularly highlighting five-eighth David Boyes, who scored a double, halfback Brodee Barrett, hooker and player of the match Jack Nelson,…

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