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HC4Weston has taken out the 2018 AMPCONTROL Heritage Cup.

In a tight final, with scores ending 0-0 against old foes Adamstown, the Bears prevailed in a penalty shootout to lift the cup.

Congratulations also to Josh Maguire who took out the inaugural Col Curran medal for Player of the Final.

A huge thank to all the players, coaches, officials, volunteers and supporters for their hard work over the 3 days.

C'mon you Bears!!!




Photo credits:
NNSW Football (headline photo)
A Nobody from Newy (cup)

Heritage Cup

The AMPCONTROL Heritage Cup celebrates the Hunter’s football heritage and features clubs with 100 years or more of unbroken history.

The Bears are hosting a number of games this year, kicking off this Friday night, and it is a fantastic opportunity to get down an celebrate our regions wonderful football heritage.

Competing teams this year are:
Dudley Redhead
New Lambton
Lake Macquarie
Edgeworth
Adamstown
Weston
Wallsend
Cessnock City
Maryland Fletcher

Bears games:


Friday
Rockwell Automation Park, Weston

  • 6.30pm Weston v Edgeworth


Saturday
Rockwell Automation Park, Weston

  • 10:00am Weston  v New Lambton
  • 4:15pm Weston v Lake Macquarie City

Sunday
Jack McLaughlan Oval, Edgeworth

  • 11:15am Weston v Dudley Redhead 

Full draw here.

MM

The only thing more important than winning this weekend’s Heritage Cup for Weston Bears coach Steve Piggott is ensuring his team is fully fit....

Read the full article online at the Maitland Mercury.

NH

Newcastle football legend Col Curran will be recognised when the second edition of the The Heritage Cup is held this weekend.....

Read the full article online at the Newcastle Herald.

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