REPLAY: St Teresa’s defeat St John’s in U18 Division 2 grand final

 

UPDATE: St Teresa's Catholic College won an overtime thriller against  St John's College in the U18 Division 2 grand final.

After a tightly-contested battle St Teresa's scored deep in golden point to win the game 17-12.

St John's were the first to score early in the first half and held a 7-0 lead at the break.

However, St Teresa's came out firing early in the second stanza to put the scores 7-5 and scored again to be up 12-7.

St John's never gave up and scored at the death of regular time to level the scores 12-12 and put the game into extra-time.

Despite their best efforts, both sides couldn't cross in overtime and the match went into golden point with St Teresa's eventually scoring to take the title.

RUGBY UNION: St Teresa's Catholic College will hit the field against St John's College in the U18 Division 2 grand final tonight.

St Teresa's head in as favourites, having only lost one game this season while St John's have had mixed success, digging deep to progress into the decider.

The last time the two sides faced off in Round 6 St Teresa's proved a formidable force over their Nambour opponents.

This match is set to be an exciting curtain-raiser to the main grand final of the day, the First XV battle between Sunshine Coast Grammar and Siena Catholic College.

Follow the action at Sunshine Coast Stadium in our exclusive live stream from 6.20pm.

If you've missed tonight's live stream, you can catch up on the action in our exclusive replays from tomorrow.
 

News Corp Australia


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