NSW CAS: Aloys & Cranbrook stun Waverley & Knox to crack CAS title race wide open

St Aloysius’ and Cranbrook both caused big upsets over Waverley and Knox in round two and broke the 2019 CAS premiership race wide open.  A week after falling just short in a disappointing 26-19 loss to Trinity, Aloys produced their best performance in recent years to hand Waverley their second straight loss at Queen’s Park.  “I thought we played well against Trinity and with a bit more effort I thought we’d be a good chance,” Aloys’ coach Greg Austin told Rugby News.  “We identified a couple of weaknesses in their game and then our boys turned up with plenty of energy and executed the game plan really well.” With Aloys’ old boy and Wallabies flyhalf Bernard Foley in the stands, the visitors scored early to take an unlikely lead and looked the better of the two sides in the first half.  “We had dominance for most of the half but only came away with one try. We put a lot of pressure on them and had lots of good field position but just couldn’t q
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