IT was a day full of action at Shoalhaven’s Rugby Park on Sunday, as they hosted 11 Illawarra District Junior Rugby Union finals matches, across six different age groups.
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The highlight for the home fans was the first XVs match between Shoals and Shamrocks, which was very physical encounter highlighting the talent both side’s possess..
Unfortunately, Shoals would go down in the minor semi-final to Shamrocks 17-14, putting an end to their 2018 premiership aspirations.
Shamrocks will now play Kiama, who went down to University 20-7 in the major semi-final – with the latter now qualified for the grand final.
In the second XVs, Campbelltown defeated Camden 29-22 in the major semi-final, for a spot in the decider.
Camden will this Sunday battle Kiama for a chance to play Campbelltown once again.
In the under 13s, Camden have qualified for the grand final, smashing Kiama 65-5 in their major semi-final, with the latter now playing Shamrocks/Tech Tahs this Sunday.
Sharocks/Tech Tahs kept their season alive, with a 29-21 win in the minor semi-final against Bowral/Campbelltown 29-21.
Earlier in the day, under 12s minor premiers Campbelltown moved into the grand final, thumping Kiama 29-5.
The latter will now play Camden next Sunday, after they edged out Tech Tahs 27-5 in the minor semi-final.
Campbelltown also qualified for the grand final in the under 11s, ad their Green side ran riot against Camden, winning 41-nil.
Camden will now battle Tech Tahs at Shamrocks, who ousted Kiama 33-14 on Sunday.
Finally, Kiama cruised in the under 10s decider, easily accounting for Campbelltown 31-5 in the major semi-final.
The latter will now clash with Bowral for a spot in the big dance, after they crushed Vikings 40-nil in the minor semi-final.
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