SAM DEBENHAM VILLAGES United have kept their hopes of a 2015 New Era Cup premiership alive, earning a spot in the preliminary final with a 30-22 minor semi-final win over CSU Yellow on Saturday.
ANYA WHITELAW When Kris Kennedy joined with Jarrod Gafa and committed to being a co-coach of Villages United for season 2015, it came at a time when the club was on the brink of withdrawing from this year’s New Era Cup premiership.
ALEXANDER GRANT A lack of numbers is becoming a big issue for defending New Era Cup champions CSU Yellow, the problem highlighted as they suffered their fourth straight loss of the season on Saturday to Wallerawang Warriors at Diggings Oval.
SAM DEBENHAM The CSU Mungoes have had a mixed weekend in the New Era Cup as their Blue team upset the previously undefeated Villages United on Saturday while Yellow succumbed to a rampant Blackheath.
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