Scone captain-coach Sofie Casson has paid tribute to her entire playing list after they prevailed 18-10 against Murrurundi in this morning's Bengalla Hunter Valley Group 21 League tag grand final.
Casson, who celebrated premiership number-five, claims this one was the 'best one yet'.
"This is probably one of the best feelings you can have, I've been working hard all season and there are a lot of mums and partners of players from our other Scone teams," Casson explained.
"With all of this in mind there were plenty of sacrifices to make even to get to training each week so that really reflects the commitment behind this premiership win."
Scone trailed their opponents 10-8 at the main break however the vocal home supporters had no fear as the tag powerhouse scored an unanswered ten points from then on.
Casson herself would score the game's sealing try (followed by a Sam Elphick conversion) nevertheless it would be the game's opening try scorer, teenager Flynn Haggarty, who received the best on ground medal.
"We trained hard all year and put in as much effort as we could so I'm really happy with the result," Haggarty added.
"So it will be a fun night tonight."
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