Day 6 – Friday June 30, Collegians Sports Centre
Queensland Maroon 54 (Caleb Evans 2, Rixon Andrew, Joshua Bevan, Keegan Vandenberg, Brocco Uhrle, Damon Somverville, Jarmaine Laei, Reece Walsh, Tristan Pati tries; Reece Walsh 3, Sam Walker 2, Ethan King 1, Keegan Vandenberg 1 goals) def. ACT 4 (Joseph Delle try).
NSWCCC 52 (Hohepa Puru 3, Oscar Mezzomo, Liam Kawa, Tyreece Matangi, Jack Smith, Zach Kambos, Burt Tukala tries; Niwhai Puru 8 goals) def. NSWCIS 8 (Viliami Penisini, Jamie Davison tries).
John Allen Trophy
Victoria 36 (Compton Fuatimau 3, Tuilepogai Ieremia , Freedym Matamaki, Maurice Roberts, Timothy Taulia tries; Xaviour Taufa 4 goals) def. Northern Territory 12 (Josh Stanton, Ethan Andrews tries; Ethan Andrews 2 goals).
Classic Sportswear Player of the Final – Rory Pretty (Victoria, The Grange P-12 College)
NSWCHS 16 (Jack Williams, Tyronne Nean, Douglas Levi tries; Noah Griffiths 2 goals) def. Queensland White 14 (Patrick McGinn, Titi Nofoagatotoa, Byron Parnell tries; Jake Bourke goal).
Classic Sportswear Player of the Final – Caleb Tohi (NSWCHS, Westfields Sports High)
Most Valuable Players
ACT Tony Alofipo (Belconnen High Scool)
NSWCCC Unitoni Mataele (Patrician Brother’s College Blacktown)
NSWCHS Douglas Levi (Endeavour Sports High)
NSWCIS Griffin Bamford (St Augustine’s College Brookvale)
Northern Territory Jack Briskin (Rosebery Middle School)
Queensland Maroon Brendan Piakura (Coombabah State High School)
Queensland White Tai Laidlow (Ignatius Park College)
South Australia Kade Fennell (Menindee Central School)
Victoria Jared Nauma (Lyndhurst Secondary College)
Western Australia Kyran Namana (Clarkson Community High School)
Pool A Player of the Championships Noah Griffiths (NSWCHS, Bathurst High)
Pool B Player of the Championships Matti Moyle (NT, Darwin High)