A challenging Illawarra Junior Rugby Union season has wrapped up in successful fashion, with Camden playing host to the competition's grand finals on Sunday.
The day started off with a local derby, with the Rams edging Campbelltown 21-10 in the under 10s grand final.
Kiama then arrived for the first of two grand finals for the club, with the under 11s facing Bowral in a rematch of the major semi-final.
The Blacks secured an upset victory on that occasion, however Kiama were far too good this weekend, claiming a 48-12 win.
Camden returned to contest the under 12s grand final, the Rams taking on Tech Waratahs in what was the closest match of the day. Ultimately, the teams were named joint premiers after a 24-all draw.
Kiama then secured their second victory of the day, with the under 13s overcoming Tech Tahs 22-17.
Finally the second XV grand final saw Campbelltown outclass Shamrocks to claim a 67-7 win.
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