JOHN I DENT CUP - GRAND FINALS RESULTS
Saturday 8th August
Congratulations to the Canberra Royals who claimed the 2015 John I Dent Cup with a try by Ben Johnston well into injury time to steal the win from Tuggeranong. The win by Royals ended a 24 year drought for the club, while it also prevented Tuggeranong from winning their fifth consecutive Grand Final. Congratulations also to Royals second rower Nathan Selwood who was named the player of the match.
Canberra Royals 21 (Jason Swain, Jay Cash, Ben Johnston tries, Craig McMahon 2 penalty goals) bt Tuggeranong Vikings 17 (Christian Lealiifano, Jerome Niumata tries, Lealiifano 2 conversions, penalty goal)
2nd Grade: Queanbeyan Whites 29 defeated Tuggeranong Vikings 28
Player of the match: Cameron Stanley (Queanbeyan)
Colts: Canberra Royals 20 defeated Tuggeranong Vikings 17
Player of the match: Eddie Powell (Royals)
3rd Grade: Queanbeyan Whites 25 defeated Tuggeranong Vikings 20
Player of the match: Dan Hawke (Queanbeyan)
4th Grade: Wests Lion 31 defeated Tuggeranong Vikings 29
Player of the match: Sitauti Mailei (Wests)
Welcome to the 2015 Season!
The ACT's Premier Division, the John I Dent Cup, is the pinnacle of competitions through the ACT featuring teams from all regions of the ACT and Queanbeyan. The Premier Division contains five divisions, Premier Division First Grade (Kick-off 3:05pm) Premier Division Second Grade (Kick-off 1:40pm) and Premier Division Colts (Kick-off 12:15pm), Premier Division Third Grade (Kick off 12:15pm) and Premier Division Fourth Grade (Kick Off 10:25am)
This year will be the competition 77th season and will be played over 17 with Round 1 of the competition starting on 21st March 2015 and conclude with the Grand Final on 8th of August 2015
Best of luck to all teams in 2015!
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Western District Lions
Just hours after taking on a number of Brumbies teammates in the Buildcorp NRC, Sam Carter has flown out to the USA to link with the Wallabies.
Canberra Royals Lock Tom Staniforth has collected the MacDougall Medal for Most Outstanding Player in the 2015 John I Dent Cup Competition.