Scots travel to face Kings in season defining GPS clash for both sides

Kings will host Scots in a season defining GPS first XV clash for both sides on Saturday in the final match before the representative and school holiday break.

The two sides met in the opening round of the season when a young and unheralded Kings side held Scots, the pre-season favourites, to a 12-all draw at Bellevue Hill.

Since then, Kings have continued to impress and sit third on a congested competition ladder, while Scots have struggled, winning just one match in the opening round.

Despite that, Kings’ coach Hugh Perrett said there is little separating all six sides this season.

“I think it’s the most even competition we’ve ever had. Everyone is beating everyone which is great for those following the competition but it makes it tough for us that are involved,” Perrett laughed.

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