Westville claimed a 27-17 triumph over KwaZulu-Natal rivals Kearnsey to end their season on a high.
Westville welcomed Kearsney for what was both teams’ last fixture of the season and the hosts produced a solid performance to sink the visitors.
Kearsney opening the scoring within 40 seconds after the kickoff, following wonderful interplay between backs and forwards which resulted in a converted try for fullback Jacques Odendaal.
Despite playing second fiddle for the best part of the first quarter, Westville kept Kearsney scoreless throughout that period before levelling matters with a converted effort.
Kearsney responded immediately to restore their lead, but a momentum shift late in the half saw Westville rack up 10 points for a 17-12 advantage at the break.
Kearsney started the second half well and drew level via a self-converted try by flyhalf James Sutherland.
But that was as good as it got for the visitors, as Westville scored a converted try to break the deadlock and added a penalty to seal the victory.
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