It wouldn’t be a State Cup in Coffs Harbour if the weather didn’t keep us on our toes a little bit. As teams prepare to play their final pool games ahead of the finals on Sunday, we thought we’d take a look at a few of the top performers so far this weekend.
Penrith – Men’s 20s
Penrith have dominated the Men’s 20s division so far this weekend and have won all four of their matches, with an average of just over 10 tries a game.
Central Cost Men’s 50s
They say defence wins matches and the old fellas from the Central Coast are proving that theory this weekend, having leaked just three tries in their first four matches.
Central Coast Men’s Opens
The Central Coast Men’s Opens are also undefeated and while their defence has been on par with their senior counterparts, the Men’s Opens also have plenty of points in them, averaging 11.5 tries per game.
Coffs Harbour Women’s Opens
The local girls are on top in pool A of the Women’s Opens Division 2 and look on track to play deep into Sunday afternoon as they search for the organisations first ever State Cup title.
Kiama Mixed Opens
Kiama Mixed Opens have dominated the opening two days and lead their pool with five wins and a points difference of 38. Macarthur are also undefeated with the two sides set to meet early on Sunday morning in their final pool game.