With only two NSW Country Rugby Union Zones still in finals mode there was a drop off in the amount of action across the state, but there wasn’t any drop off in the intensity of the matches.
This weekend sees a dramatic drop off in the number of zones involved in the NSW Country Rugby Union final series with the season getting down to the last two zones.
The NSW Waratahs and NSW Rugby have hit the road, visiting a range of towns, clubs and schools across the state this September and October.
Three NSW Country Zone Premierships were decided over the weekend, with one going to
script, while the other two saw the minor premiers miss out on winning the big end of season
Wet weather across the state played havoc with the build up to the weekend of finals action.
Each of the NSW Country Rugby Union Zones will be in Final Series mode this weekend, which will see two premierships go on the line,
The second NSW Country Rugby Union Zone Premiership for 2016 has been won by Minor Premiers Hastings Valley Vikings, who took out the Mid North Coast North Title with a comprehensive 38 – 0 victory over the Kempsey Cannon Balls (3).