Win in extra time at Shell Cup final

Cameron Shepherd in possession for Warwick in Shell Cup polocrosse.
Cameron Shepherd in possession for Warwick in Shell Cup polocrosse. Diane Essery

CAMERON Shepherd won the best player award as Warwick beat Wandoan 16-15 in the Shell Cup final at Morgan Park yesterday.

The Shell Cup final followed a weekend of club and interstate polocrosse which heralded the start of the 2013 season in Queensland.

Tansey has been the most successful team in A-grade men's polocrosse in recent seasons but Warwick beat them 19-16 in the Shell Cup semi-final on Saturday afternoon.

Wandoan won the other semi-final 21-13 against Bauhinia. Warwick had earlier beaten Guyra 20-8 in its first game.

Shepherd said it was goal for goal throughout the final.

"We held the Shell Cup and fielded a new-look team. Mark O'Leary played in the number-one team for the first time in many years and we fielded a woman, Katie Barr, in the men's team," Shepherd said.

"Katie played very well."

The score was 15-all at fulltime and O'Leary scored the winning goal from the first line-up in extra time.

The second winner from the Eastern Darling Downs was Clifton in D-grade. Georgia McMaster won best horse and rider.

More in Tuesday's Warwick Daily News.



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