BUSY TIME: South Grafton High halfback Merrick Skinner-Rainbow. PHOTO: CONTRIBUTED
BUSY TIME: South Grafton High halfback Merrick Skinner-Rainbow. PHOTO: CONTRIBUTED

South Grafton has Terrigal in sights

SOUTH Grafton High Open Rugby League coach Matt McKee is planning a video analysis on the school's University Shield quarter-final opponents.

Terrigal High recently won the Country Cup final against Red Bend College 32-10 and play South Grafton at McKittrick Park this Thursday at 10.45am.

McKee said the replay was televised on FOX Sports yesterday, however, the avid golfer was not be able to watch it live as he was playing the third round of the Grafton Golf Club Championships.

"I'm recording it to have a look," McKee said.

South Grafton will be hoping to catch Terrigal off guard with the team's focus squarely on the GIO Schoolboy Cup final against City winners Aquinas College at Kogarah Oval on August 18.

"Terrigal High School now boasts the best Open Boys Rugby League team from Tweed Heads to Broken Hill to Albury," the school posted on its Facebook page.

"That's the best of all public and private schools. We are the Country Champions! City ... you are next."

A large contingent of South Grafton's team was part of the South Grafton Rebels side that beat Nambucca Heads in the Group 2 Under-18s minor semi-final yesterday.



FIRE WATCH: What's burning this morning

premium_icon FIRE WATCH: What's burning this morning

Find out the latest bushfire status around the Clarence Valley

Spate of break-ins plague Lower Clarence

Spate of break-ins plague Lower Clarence

Police appeal for information over car break-ins and thefts

Local Partners