NSW CAS: Champions have no intention of being forced to share 2019 title

Barker were crowned CAS champions for the second consecutive season following last weekend’s 41-17 win over an injury-hit Waverley College, but Knox do still have a chance to somewhat spoil their party this weekend. With a three-point buffer at the top of the table heading into Saturday’s final round Barker are guaranteed to be etched onto the trophy again, but Knox can still force them to share that premiership with an upset win. Points difference plays no role in deciding the table, and should Knox take down the champion Barker outfit the two sides will finish deadlocked at the top and share the spoils. Easier said than done for Knox, who were somewhat clunky in their 23-13 win over last-placed St Aloysius last weekend. Especially considering Barker have no intention of sharing the title. “At the start of the season we said we wanted to carry on from last year, we wanted to win the title again and we wanted to go through undefeated,” Barker coach Dean Hargreaves s

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