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It began with the under 8a’s on Saturday morning and ended with an Engadine Dragons whitewash of Cronulla Caringbah in the A Grade decider late on Sunday when a total or 13 Grand Finals were contested at Remondis Stadium over the weekend.

The action was intense and the rugby league of a high standard, with 9 clubs, plus two combined teams represented.

While De La Salle got the ball rolling with an 18-8 win over Aquinas in the under 8’s on Saturday morning, a couple of highlights included a ninth successive title won by Aquinas in the 16’s, with their winning streak dating back to under 8’s, while the Gymea 19s completed seven years in a row for that particular age group.

In the First Grade Grand Final it was all one way traffic, with Engadine running up a 30-0 half time advantage before cruising to a 62-0 victory.

Before the main game on Sunday possibly the best and most competitive match of the day was the Second Grade, with Aquinas showing plenty of fight to come back from 12-0 down to claim a hard fought 16-12 win.

The Grand Finals will continue at Remondis Stadium this weekend with under 8’s through to under 16 Division 2 competing over the two days.

Check out the Cronulla Sutherland Junior League website for kick off times and more details.

Saturday results

8A – De La Salle 18 – Aquinas Colts 8
9A – Kurnell 28 – Gymea 4
10A – Como 12 – Engadine 6
11A – De La Salle 12 – Gymea 6
12A – De La Salle 6 – Como 4
13A – Yarrawarrah 24 – Gymea 4
14A – De La Salle 14 – Gymea 10
3rd Grade – Aquinas 23 – Menai 10

Sunday results

15 Div 1 Blue – De La Salle 22 – Bosco/Engadine 4
16 Div 1 – Aquinas 30 – De La Salle 14
19’s – Gymea 20 – St Josephs/Yarrawarrah 0
2nd Grade – Aquinas 16 – De La Salle 12
1st Grade – Engadine 62 – Cronulla Caringbah 0

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.

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