NSW GPS: King’s and Joeys set for final round title decider, Scots continues run

By MARK CASHMAN The dream finish to the NSW GPS season will play out this week after St Joseph’s College and The King’s School had big wins in Round Five matches on Saturday. Both schools racked up 50 points with Joeys defeating Newington College 57-0 and King’s  scoring eight tries in an impressive 50-19 victory over Shore at North Parramatta. Joeys and King’s will now play off for the 2020 title at Hunters Hill on Wednesday afternoon in a match that would have attracted a capacity crowd if not for Covid-19. Ironically the two were scheduled to play in first round of games but with the start of the season delayed because of the pandemic it was agreed that this cluster of matches (Round One) be played last. Both have won their four games so far but Joeys has the better for and against and that may well prove conclusive if the game ends in a draw. Joeys for and against average is +144 while King’s sits on +95. In the other game played in the second last r

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