JR Henderson Cup Final: Defensive Effort Sees Uni Down Eastwood

by Paul Cook - Sydney University have gone back-to-back in 4th Grade, lifting the JR Henderson Cup for the second year in a row after a stout defensive effort held out Minor Premiers Eastwood for a 20-8 victory. Eastwood will be wondering how they came away from this one with a 12pt deficit, such was their dominance in both possession and territory. But a failure to capitalise when in the ascendancy came back to haunt them as Uni soaked up the pressure before romping home with a late flurry to triumph once more. Uni head coach James Cameron conceded that his team hadn’t exactly had it easy on the day. “They say that games are won on the back of strong defence and the boys proved that out there,” he told Rugby News. “I think that Eastwood would have to count themselves unlucky and be disappointed that they managed to control the game for such a long period of
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