2018 ASSRL 15 Years Championship
BB Print Stadium, Mackay
Finals day – Friday July 6
Qld White 32 (Zachery Allen 2, Mason Pintegne, Xavier Chatfield, Ezra Ubaldino, Kruz Rimene tries; Brayden Paix 4 goals) def. ACT 14 (Thomas Carey 2, Kane Rushton tries; Cameron Scott goal).
NSWCHS 34 (Joshua Mocevakaca 2, Mitchell Henderson 2, Kobie Wilson, Henry Alesi tries; Riley Lack 2, Mitchell Henderson 2, Emmanuel Sutton goals) def. NSWCIS 4 (Hayden Orley try).
John Allen Trophy
Victoria 26 (Gabriel Reedy-Bartlett, Lene Feterika, Sua Faalogo, Harry Sio, Joel Kuku tries; Sua Faalogo 3 goals) def. Western Australia 16 (Jaquan Mahu, Jarred Therkelsen, Kobi Alesi tries; Jarred Therkelsen 2 goals).
Player of the Final – Sua Faalogo (Victoria – Craigieburn Secondary College)
Qld Maroon 36 (Blake Cesari 2, Orlando Swain, Ezra Mam, Kienan Tempest, Keanu Wright-Dunrobin tries; Ezra Mam 5, Manihi Maurangi goals) def. NSWCCC 10 (Larry Muagututia, Benjamin Lavender tries; Thomas Weaver goal).
Player of the Championship Final – Tuvalli Khan-Pereira (Qld Maroon – Keebra Park SHS)
Most Valuable Players
ACT – Kane Rushton (St Francis Xavier College, Florey)
NSWCCC – Brandon Tumeth (Holy Cross College, Ryde)
NSWCHS – Kobie Wilson (Endeavour Sports High, Caringbah)
NSWCIS – Terrell Kalo Kalo (The Scots College, Bellevue Hill)
Northern Territory – William Latu (Darwin High)
Qld Maroon – Daniel Ah Chong (Redbank Plains State High)
Qld White – Zachery Allen (Ipswich Grammar School)
South Australia – Brayden Duffy (Emmaus College, Rockhampton)
Victoria – Sua Faalogo (Craigieburn Secondary College)
Western Australia – Malakai Tuipulotu (Thornlie Senior High)