Photo: St Joseph's College
St Joseph’s shared last year’s title with Kings but now, after edging out the joint reigning champions last weekend, they’re one win away from standing alone atop GPS’ zenith in 2019.
With last week’s thrilling, 13-10 win over Kings in the bank Joeys host Scots in a title-deciding battle of the competition’s undefeated heavyweights at Hunter’s Hill.
Of course taking down Scots is easier said than done, but Joeys coach Tim Andersen is certain his troops are well-placed to do so.
The hard work that’s gone into earning the opportunity certainly isn’t lost on Joeys’ mentor either, considering the hard-fought nature of this year’s title race.
“We train and play hard every week in the hope we are put in such a [position], as do all schools,” Andersen said.
“The GPS competition is very tight and every week is a huge challenge … so to be in this position is a fantastic achievement for both schools.
“I have no doubt having two