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Patrician Brothers Blacktown v Endeavour Sports High School
This Saturday sees the 2004 Arrive alive Cup draw to a close when Patrician Brothers Blacktown and Endeavour Sports High School take to the field in the 2004 Arrive alive Cup Grand Final.
With kick off scheduled for 4.10pm, the match will unfold at Aussie Stadium prior to the NRL Preliminary Final clash between the Penrith Panthers and the Canterbury Bulldogs.
Set to be a bruising encounter with both sides having muscle up front and plenty of size amongst the backs.
The match will deliver some of the Cup's finest football with both sides possessing many NRL club juniors from teams including Panthers, Sharks, Roosters, Tigers and Dragons.
Both teams enter the Grand Final confidently having racked up a significant number of tries throughout the competition.
Patrician Brothers move into the Final having scored an average of 33 points per game whilst Endeavour have managed an average of 42 points each match.
Each team boasts a strong defence with Patrician Brothers having conceded an average of only 5 points per match, whilst Endeavour have had only 8 points scored against them in the competition so far.
Defence will play a pivotal role in this match given the try scoring ability of the two sides.
Both teams will need to play disciplined football to maintain control of the ball and to prevent the opposition from receiving repeat sets of six or easy metres up field from penalty kicks.
To be a part of the action and what is sure to be a huge night of rugby league, get along to Aussie Stadium this Saturday and watch it all unfold commencing with the battle to become Arrive alive Cup Champions.
As each school vies for the title for the first time, join the supporters bound to be present from both schools and cheer your favourite side on.