Visiting schools, Scone Public and Denman Public, prevail in Singleton-based Bryan Kirkland Cup

NRL game development officer- Central Hunter NSW Daniel Swan paid tribute to the Singleton junior rugby league community following a successful edition of the Bryan Kirkland Cup in town on Tuesday.

The annual school tournament boasted more than 200 participants.

"What a great day of league played, with 21 teams both boys and girls at Cook Park," Swan stated.

Scone Public School boys' side took out the open division with a 4-0 win over Singleton Public School in the event decider.

Denman Public School failed to concede a point in the group stage of the under-10s with large wins over St James' Muswellbrook (16-0), Scone Public School (20-0) and Singleton Heights Public School (8-0).

The visitors then stamped their authority when prevailing 16-0 against St Mary's Scone in the final.

"The sportsmanship from all schools participating was also a highlight," Swan added.

"Thank you goes to Glenn (Maytom) and the team from the Singleton Greyhounds JRLFC for once again doing an amazing job hosting the event.

"My gratitude to the Group 21 Referees Association for officiating and to the boys from Singleton High for scoring all day, too.

"We couldn't run these types of days without our junior league clubs and officials."