Top marks in football final

Top marks in football final

Man of the Match, Matthew Geaney, is congratulated by football legend, Barry Cable.

CBC football heroes didn't waver in their determination to win the ultimate prize against Emmanuel College in the prestigious WA School Boys' championships grand final on Wednesday afternoon.

The boys ran hard and played with skill, with standout performances riding on the back of the whole team in a combined effort to bring the cup back to Fremantle.

The College's last grand final win in the competition was in 2011, with some extremely close final games against traditionally strong football schools making this year's victory so much sweeter.

Man of the match, Matthew Geaney, appeared to effortlessly pluck the ball from the heavens several times, while his Year 12 peers, Tim Bockman, Brodee Knight, Tom Monaghan, Dillon O'Reilly, Ben Elsbury, Darcy Sunter and Nic Watson showed their experience in their last game in the Barry Cable A divison of the competition. Joshua Goodwin, Sean Henley, Mason Zindani, all from Year 11, and Adam Correia from Year 10 were also nominated Best Players of the match, providing confidence that the future of CBC football looks bright.

At the final siren, the score was CBC 8.6.54 defeating Emmanuel 4.3.27. Goal scorers were Tim Bockman (3), Dillon O'Reilly, Riley Rees-Turner, Ben Parker, Joshua Goodwin and Brodee Knight.

Congratulations to Dylan O'Reilly for winning the League's Best and Fairest.