Defence key to grand final: Trembath

Trembath said defence was the key to the win over the Port City Breakers, as well as doing the little things right.
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The captain said he felt the Breakers were the better team, but a good tackling effort got the Blues the win.

“It felt like we had no ball, and they were throwing everything at us,” Trembath said.

“They were getting repeat sets, and we were tackling all day.

“But we made the most of our opportunities when we did get down their end, and that’s what got us the win.

“I knew we couldn’t put 42 points on them last week, like Taree City did.

“Basically we just tackled our arses off.”

Trembath said his brother Chris was a standout for his side.

“Two tries in a grand final – you can’t argue with that,” he said.

He also paid tribute to Aaron Ison, who was playing in his 100th game for the Blues.

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That winning feeling: The Wauchope RSL Blues celebrate their grand final win over the Port City Breakers.

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