Group 3: Port City Breakers celebrate 26-6 grand final win over Port Sharks

Winners: Port City Breakers celebrated a successful season with Mad Monday earlier this week. Photo: Ivan Sajko

Winners: Port City Breakers celebrated a successful season with Mad Monday earlier this week. Photo: Ivan Sajko

A CAPTAIN, The Hulk, Spiderman, Superman and even a Bunnings worker made an appearance at Port City Breakers’ mad Monday celebrations this week.

It was 24 hours after the club had secured a comprehensive 26-6 grand final victory over Port Sharks and they all wanted to celebrate.

We’ve got the foundations there for a very strong side in years to come. - Port City Breakers coach Digby Murray

Coach Digby Murray – someone who doesn’t mind a sunrise – even received a phone call in the early hours of the morning from his players.

“They rang me about 5.15am yelling into the phone and telling me to get to Lighthouse,” he said.

“It was a good day; a lot of fun. We had Captain Stewart from the Love Boat, The Hulk was there and I was the yobbo.”

Murray said the majority of the Breakers first grade team should stay for another tilt at the 2017 season.

“We’ve got the foundations there for a very strong side in years to come,” the coach said.

But there’s no guarantee he will be in charge again with applications to close at the end of the month before they elect a coach for the 2017 season.

“I can’t have done much more than win a competition, but we’ll have to wait and see,” he said.

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