Hennessy College and Young High battled it out on Wednesday Night at Keith Cullen Oval in a clash for the Jordan McLean Cup and bragging rights as the dominant local rugby league school.
Hennessy were crowned winners of the inaugural event, taking home two victories from the three divisions and becoming the first school to have the cup in its trophy cabinet.
Results from the day were:
Under 13s; Hennessy won 32-4
Under 15s; Hennessy won 36-6
Opens; Young High won 26-20
Hennessy Catholic college spokesman Brett Cowan said the event was a terrific opportunity for the staff to watch the students excel out of a school environment.
"We are very pleased to win the Jordan Mclean Cup," Mr Cowan said.
"It was a great opportunity for the students, parents and the staff to watch and embrace high quality local sport,"
Mr Cowan said that the day was pivotal for the boys to build a further relationship between neighboring schools.
"We are thrilled for the boys efforts, it was played in a good spirit and in a good way,” he said.
“There is a healthy rivalry and the day opened an invaluable opportunity for the community. Sportsmanship was the winner on the day.”