2018 Australian Schoolboys U15 merit sides named

The 2018 Australian Schoolboys U15 merit sides have been announced following the conclusion of the ASSRL U15 National Championships held in Mackay this week.

In the Pool A Championship Final, Queensland Maroon defeated NSWCCC 36-10, with Queensland’s Tuvalii Khan-Pereira name the Player of the Final.

In the Pool B John Allen Trophy Final, Victoria defeated Western Australia 26-16, with Victoria’s Sua Faalogo named the Player of the Final.

15 Years Merit Team – Pool A
1 Tuvalli Khan-Pereira (Keebra Park State High – Qld Maroon)
2 Orlando Swain (Ipswich Grammar School – Qld Maroon)
3 Blake Cesari (St Mary’s College, Toowoomba – Qld Maroon)
4 Benjamin Lavender (Edmund Rice College, West Wollongong – NSWCCC)
5 Kienan Tempest (Alexandra Hills State High – Qld Maroon)
6 Jonah Pezet (St Mary’s Catholic College, Gateshead – NSWCCC)
7 Ezra Mam (Ambrose Treacy College, Brisbane – Qld Maroon)
8 Daniel Ah Chong (Redbank Plains State High – Qld Maroon)
9 Kobie Wilson (Endeavour Sports High – NSWCHS)
10 William Abou Arrage (Christian Brothers’ High, Lewisham
11 Jeremiah Nanai (Trinity Bay State High – Qld Maroon)
12 Noah Reed (Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College – NSWCHS)
13 Jed Hardy (Kirawee High – NSWCHS)

Player of the Championships: Ezra Mam (Ambrose Treacy College, Brisbane – Qld Maroon)


15 Years Merit Team – Pool B
1 Sua Faalogo (Craigieburn Secondary College – Victoria)
2 Joel Kuku (Tarneit P-12 College – Victoria)
3 William Latu (Darwin High – Northern Territory)
4 Regan Howley (Atwell College – Western Australia)
5 Nicholas Riggs (Seton Catholic College, Samson – Western Australia)
6 Austin Anderson (Aranmore Catholic College, Leederville – Western Australia)
7 Luke-David Wells-Talamaivao (Aranmore Catholic College, Leederville – Western Australia)
8 Markis Atoa (Mount Ridley P-12 College, Craigieburn – Victoria)
9 Kobi Alesi (Ocean Reef Senior High – Western Australia)
10 Gabriel Reedy-Bartlett (Hallam Senior College – Victoria)
11 Harry Sio (Sunshine Secondary College – Victoria)
12 Titan Tainanga (The Grange P-12 College, Hoppers Crossing – Victoria)
13 Aiden McDonough (Trinity College, East Perth – Western Australia)

Player of the Championships:Harry Sio (Sunshine Secondary College – Victoria)

Read more: http://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?assoc=2130&pID=1

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