Students win at Hindmarsh/Noble Gala Day

Former Parramatta rugby league stars Bruce Noble and Nathan Hindmarsh at Hampden Park, Robertson, recently. Photo supplied

COLO Vale and Thirlmere public schools were the major winners of the recent Hindmarsh/Noble Gala Day.

The junior rugby league event was held in honour of former Parramatta Eels stars Nathan Hindmarsh and Bruce Noble at Hampden Park, Robertson.

A dominant Colo Vale team recorded a 16-0 victory over St Thomas Aquinas in the Year 5/6 Noble division grand final.

In the Year 3/4 Hindmarsh division, Thirlmere sealed a 12-0 win over Hill Top in the decider.

More than 40 teams across the Highlands and Wollondilly areas congregated at Hampden Park for the day.

This year’s format seven-a-side compared to the usual modified rules of 11 or 12 on the field.

Not only was it the largest carnival in recent times, it saw the emergence of a very competitive girls division.

Hindmarsh and Noble were present on the day, talking to local players who aspire to one day play at the top level.

The pair was impressed with the talent on the day and already looks forward to next year’s carnival.

Colo Vale and Thirlmere will now go onto play in a finals day at Campbelltown Stadium in July.

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By Jake Brightwell

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