ASSRL U15 Championships – Day 1-5 results

2018 ASSRL 15 Years Championship
BB Print Stadium, Mackay

Day 1 – Sunday July 1

Pool B
South Australia 26 (Brayden Duffy 2, Qynn Anderson, Cyron Tull, Tyler Keogh-Paladin tries; Cyron Tull 3 goals) drew with Northern Territory 26 (Tristan Blaney 2, John Colenso, Levi Nichaloff, William Latu tries; Jack Brennan 2, Aaron Kurnoth goals).

Victoria 22 (Harry Sio 2, Sua Faalogo, Brait Headon tries; Sua Faalogo 3 goals) def. Western Australia 20 (Gethin Thomas 2, Jaquan Mahu, Jonathan Mato tries; Jarred Therkelsen 2 goals).

Pool A
Qld Maroon 24 (Blake Cesari, Tuvalli Khan-Pereira, Orlando Swain, Jeremiah Nanai tries; Ezra Mam 4 goals) def. NSWCHS 8 (Michael Asomua, Noah Nailagoliva tries).

Qld White 34 (John Radel 2, Syris Schmidt, Zachery Alley, Jackson Barling, Kruz Rimene tries; Brayden Paix 5 goals) def. NSWCIS 6 (Terrell Kalo Kalo try; Joseph Nohra goal).

NSWCCC, ACT – Bye

Man of the Match
South Australia – Tyler Keogh-Paladin (Tannum Sands SHS)
Northern Territory – William Latu (Darwin High)
Victoria – Harry Sio (Sunshine Secondary College)
Western Australia – Malakai Tuipulotu (Thornlie Senior High)
Qld Maroon – Bailey Martin (Palm Beach SHS)
NSWCHS – Kobie Wilson (Endeavour Sports High, Caringbah)
Qld White – John Radel (St Peters Lutheran College, Indooroopilly)
NSWCIS – Louis Grossemy (The Scots College, Bellevue Hill)


Day 2 – Monday July 2

Pool B
Victoria 38 (Sua Faalogo 2, Harry Sio 2, Markis Atoa, Joel Kuku, Levi Kereopa tries; Sua Faalogo 5 goals) def. Northern Territory 0.

Western Australia 24 (Austin Anderson 2, Regan Howley 2, Nicholas Riggs tries; Jarred Therklesen 2 goals) def. South Australia 18 (Lincoln Pickering, Cyron Tull, Noah Chadwick tries; Cyron Tull 3 goals).

Pool A
NSWCIS (Josh Baravilala 2, Joseph Nohra, Aaron Dimovitch, Quentin Lemoto tries; Joseph Nohra 2 goals) def. ACT 6 (Josh Grovenor try; Matias Jensen goal).

NSWCCC 16 (Sione Neiufi, Jonah Pezet, Jesse Buchan tries; Thomas Weaver 2 goals) def. NSWCHS 4 (Rowan Mansfield try).

Qld Maroon, Qld White – Bye

Man of the Match
Victoria – Sua Faalogo (Craigieburn Secondary College)
Northern Territory – William Lasker (Mackillop Catholic College, Johnston)
Western Australia – Regan Howley (Atwell College)
South Australia – Brayden Duffy (Emmaus College, Rockhampton)
NSWCIS – Joseph Nohra (St Patricks College, Strathfield)
ACT – Jerad Jang (Marist College, Pearce)
NSWCCC – Jonah Pezet (St Marys Catholic College, Gateshead)
NSWCHS – Max Bradbury (Toronto High)


Day 3 – Tuesday July 3

Pool B
Qld White 30 (Ezra Ubaldino 2, Kmani Levi, Xavier Chatfield, Jackson Barling, Prinston Esera tries; Brayden Paix 3 goals) def. ACT 6 (Josh Grovenor try; Matias Jensen goal).

Qld Maroon 42 (Ragarive Wavik 2, Tuvalli Khan-Pereira 2, Keanu Wright-Dunrobin, Blake Cesari, Jeremiah Nanai, Herman Tofaeono tries; Ezra Mam 5 goals) def. NSWCCC 4 (Jack Cullen try).

NSWCHS, NSWCIS – Bye

Man of the Match
Qld White – Brayden Paix (St Marys College, Toowoomba)
ACT – Kane Rushton (St Francis Xavier College, Florey)
Qld Maroon – Ezra Mam (Ambrose Treacey College, Indooroopilly)
NSWCCC – Brandon Tumeth (Holy Cross College, Ryde)

Final ladders

Pool A – Group 1

Team P W L D B F A PD Pts
1 Qld Maroon 2 2 0 0 0 66 12 54 4
2 NSWCCC 2 1 1 0 0 20 46 -26 2
3 NSWCHS 2 0 2 0 0 12 40 -28 0

Pool A – Group 2

Team P W L D B F A PD PTS
1 Qld White 2 2 0 0 0 64 12 52 4
2 NSWCIS 2 1 1 0 0 30 40 -10 2
3 ACT 2 0 2 0 0 12 54 -42 0

Day 4 – Wednesday July 4

Pool B
Western Australia 34 (Malakai Tuipulotu 2, Xavier Tearoa, Jaquan Mahu, Aiden McDonough, Jonathon Mato, Gethin Thomas tries; Jarred Therkelsen 3 goals) def. Northern Territory 4 (John Colenso try).

Victoria 30 (Sua Faalogo 2, Joel Kuku, Harry Sio, Norm Mataafa, Fili Tofa tries; Sua Faalogo 3 goals) def. South Australia 24 (Brayden Duffy 2, Ethan Sweet, Qynn Anderson tries; Cyron Tull 4 goals).

Final ladder – Pool B

Team P W L D B F A PD PTS
1 Victoria 3 3 0 0 0 90 44 46 6
2 Western Australia 3 2 1 0 0 78 44 34 4
3 South Australia 3 0 2 1 0 68 80 -12 1
4 Northern Territory 3 0 2 1 0 30 98 -68 1

Pool A Semi Final 1
Qld Maroon 36 (Keanu Wright-Dunrobin 2, Nathan Kleidon, Ezra Mam, Jeremiah Nanai, Xavier Va’a tries; Ezra Mam 6 goals) def. Qld White 6 (Kruz Rimene try; Brayden Paix goal).

Pool A Semi Final 2
NSWCCC 10 (Larry Muagututia, Lachlan Blackburn tries; Jake Hay goal) def. NSWCHS 8 (Ryan Foran try; Riley Lack 2 goals).

Man of the Match
Western Australia – Aiden McDonough (Trinity College, East Perth)
Northern Territory – John Colenso (Taminmin College, Humpty Doo)
Victoria – Markis Atoa (Mount Ridley P-12 College, Craigieburn)
South Australia – Ethan Sweet (Mercy College, Mackay)
Qld Maroon – Daniel Ah Chong (Redbank Plains SHS)
Qld White – Zachery Alley (Ipswich Grammar School)
NSWCCC – Dylan Poate (St Edwards College, Gosford)
NSWCHS – Jed Hary (Kirawee High)


Day 5 – Thursday July 5
Northern Territory 20 (Levi Frew 2, Levi Nichaloff, Braithlee Payne tries; Aaron Kurnoth 2 goals) def. South Australia 14 (Dylan Collett, Reville MacPhee, Brayden Duffy tries; Cyron Tull goal).

NSWCIS 44 (Terrell Kalo Kalo 5, Davvy Moale, Thomas Wheen, Joseph Nora tries; Joseph Nohra 4, Hayden Orley 2 goals) def. ACT 4 (Joseph Delle try).


Finals Day – Friday July 6
8:30am – Qld White v ACT
9:40am – NSWCHS v NSWCIS

John Allen Trophy
10:50am – Victoria v Western Australia

Championship Final
12:20pm – Qld Maroon v NSWCCC

1:30pm – Trophy presentation
2:00pm – Pool A & Pool B Merit Team announcements

Read more:http://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-2130-0-0-0&sID=406090

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