Waverley looking to defend their way to CAS title but wary of late slip ups

After beating Barker and Knox on either side of the school holiday break, Waverley are hoping to defend their way to the school’s first CAS title since 2020.

Waverley fought back from 26-11 down and kicked a field goal after the full time siren to sneak past Cranbrook in the opening round, then beat Barker and Knox to move one win clear of the rest of the competition with two matches remaining.

“We obviously learnt a lot from the trial period and that’s led to some really good performances against some really good sides,” assistant coach Lachlan Drew-Morris told Rugby News.

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