THEY'RE two wins away from the greatest rugby league achievement in the school's history.
Blacktown Patrician Brothers will play Holy Cross North Ryde in a semi-final of the GIO Australian Schoolboys Cup.
They're the cup favourites after beating defending premiers Hills Sports High 24-10 and then thrashing Tamworth's Farrer High 60-6 at home.
Farrer High coach Damian Kennin praised Patrician Brothers after the game.
The visitors were stripped of players through injury and were forced to field a couple of 16-year-olds, but Kennin was still impressed.
"They have five Australian Schoolboys and four players who play under 20s (Toyota Cup)," he said.
'If there is one player who exemplifies Patrician Brothers' power he is prop Pauli Pauli.
"Pauli's a front-rower in a back's body or the other way around, I'm not too sure but he's dynamic, he's absolutely dynamic," said coach Peter Ross.
Pauli showed his prop power and back's pace with a 60-metre try against Hills Sports.
Patrician Brothers have four players in the Australian team that will play two Tests against the English academy and will be sweating on them getting through unscathed. The cup semi-final will be played on either August 17 or 24.