Heartache at an end as Butchers duo finally get over the premiership hump

Mitch Jennings
Updated September 3 2023 - 6:24pm, first published 12:01pm
Hayden Crosland (main) and Jarrod Costello (inset celebrates with family) were the Butchers lone survivors to atone for the club's 2018 heartbreak. Pictures by Adam McLean
Hayden Crosland (main) and Jarrod Costello (inset celebrates with family) were the Butchers lone survivors to atone for the club's 2018 heartbreak. Pictures by Adam McLean

Thirroul coach Jarrod Costello had barely got his hands on the premiership trophy when his phone rang on Saturday. That he took the call in that moment said a lot about who was on the other end of the phone.

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Mitch Jennings

Mitch Jennings

Sports Journalist

Sports writer. Sport is my passion, rugby league my first love.

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