NSW Schools: GPS Round 1 & CAS Round 2 Wrap Up

Scots, Kings and Joeys opened their GPS campaigns with wins, while Waverley overcame a late scare to join Barker as the only undefeated sides in the CAS competition after two rounds. At Bellevue Hill, Scots fullback Jack Mossman scored a first half hat trick as his side blew Newington away in the early stages and scored seven first half tries to lead 49-0 at the break. Newington hit back early in the second half and crossed through No.8 Marcus Della Marta and winger Tom Latu, but the damage had well and truly been done. Scots hooker Nathan Zylstra and flyhalf Charlie Savala both finished with doubles in the 66-26 round one win. Joeys also recorded a big victory in round one but were forced to work a lot harder to get their result against Shore. Joeys jumped out to a 12-0 lead early and looked into control, but Shore muscled up and hit back from close range through Will Cant, before James Harding crossed on the back of a dominant scrum to level the scores as 12-12 at half
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