Wednesday’s Central West Sports News

Wednesday’s Central West Sports News

By Rod Bloomfield

 

Tonight in basketball, Mudgee’s B Grade semi-final teams are set to take place.

The minor semi-final will see the Reds take on Ghost Squad, and with both teams back to full strength the game is set to be a good one, of which the outcome won’t be able to be predicted.

Meanwhile the major semi-final will see the Country Physio, take on PCYC.

Country Physio are heading into the match as favourites, after having already beaten PCYC two times this season.

 

And in rugby, St Pats may be the first Group 10 club in history to win 3 grades in a single season, if they are successful at this weeks grand finals.

The Pats ladies league tag under 18s and first division teams have played extremely well in this year’s finals series, which has given the club an all mighty representation.

The under 18s Pats team will have the toughest challenge going into the grand final, as they take on their fierce rivals the Orange CYMS.

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