NSW Schools: Joeys score late to upset Scots and crack GPS premiership race wide open

Joeys are just one win away from claiming their first GPS premiership in 11 years after scoring a try in the 78th minute to claim a 38-34 upset win over defending premiers Scots at Bellevue Hill. The visitors trailed 34-24 with 10 minutes remaining but set up a grand stand finish after the Joeys forwards pounced on a loose ball at the base of the ruck and scored in the 76th minute to reduce the deficit to just three points. Joeys then attacked from a scrum inside their own half with two minutes remaining. Centre Vince Creagh through a lovely cutout ball to put Liam Scolari in space, before the winger chipped ahead. The ball bounced almost on a right angle, past four Scots defenders and back into the hands of Creagh, who dived over to seal victory. Played in front of a huge crowd in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, the Scots' forwards looked in ominous form early and kept their side on the front foot. Flanker Brett Wellington showed plenty of pace to score his side’s first t
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