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SCHOOLBOYS DOMINATE 2nd TEST
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The Australian Schoolboys smashed the England Academy in the 2nd Test at Shark Park last night in front of almost 1,000 spectators to score a mighty 8 tries to 2 victory.

Referee Damien Bristow did an excellent job in an at time firey encounter.

MORE SOON PLUS HEAPS OF GREAT ACTION PHOTO'S

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Australia Schoolboys 50-12 England Academy
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Australia wrapped up the two-match series with an emphatic victory over England at Shark Park, Cronulla. They ran in nine tries in a ruthless performance, taking every scoring opportunity that came their way.

For long spells England were dominant but undid much of their good work by gifting their opponents tries at crucial times.

A big crowd had stayed on after the Cronulla v Canberra game on a mild night in Sydney to watch the stars of the future. Australia opened the scoring after four minutes when they took advantage of a penalty to launch their first attack. They moved the ball smartly to the left enabling Nic Cotric to crash over with Sean O’Sullivan adding the extra.

Cotric collected another when England defenders failed to deal with a kick through and the centre pounced on the loose ball to make it 10-0. The visitors got their first points on the board after eight minutes when a penalty gave them a good attacking platform and hooker Josh Ganson scooted over from dummy-half.

Following a mistake, they were under attack from the re-start but defended their goal line well. Having soaked up the pressure they went up to the other end and forced a drop out but were unable to take advantage, a neat grubber by Ganson just rolling dead.

As the game moved in the second quarter England began to dominate, some great defending forcing their opponents into errors. A fine 40/20 from Morgan Smith put them on the attack once again with Ganson sending Mikolaz Oledzki crashing over.

Smith’s conversion put his side 12-10 ahead and they were soon on the attack again forcing another goal-line drop out. But disaster struck when a kick through was scooped up by Australian stand-off Lachlan Lam who sprinted 90 metres to touchdown. O’Sullivan converted to put Australia four points ahead.

England’s defence was under pressure once more and finally cracked when Zak Lomax fielded a crossfield kick to score. Just before half-time they struck again through Michael Tupou and with O’Sullivan converting both, Australia led 28-12 at the interval.

Australia increased their lead early in the second half when they were awarded a penalty near the England line. A long pass allowed Dean Blore to score out wide.

England worked hard to get back into the game and midway through the half Craig Mullen touched down but the referee adjudged the pass forward. But any thoughts of a fightback were dashed when Lachlan Lam jinked his way over under the posts. O’Sullivan again converted to make it 38-12.

England again put pressure on their opponents’ line but were unable to get that elusive score. Australia wrapped up the contest when Contric ran 70 metres to collect his hat-trick and Tiumavave Afualo forced his way over with O’Sullivan converting both.

AUSTRALIA
Dean Blore; Mawene Hiroti, Zac Lomax, Nic Cotric, Campbell Graham; Lachlan Lam, Sean O’Sullivan; Pasami Saulo, Blayke Brailey, Thomas Mikaele, Daniel Keir, Williams Burns, Sean Keppie, Interchange Tiumavave Afualo, Reece Robson, Payne Haas, Michael Tupou

Tries: Cotric 3, Lam 2, Lomax, Tupou, Blore, Afualo Goals: O’Sullivan 7

ENGLAND
Jez Litten; Craig Mullen, Liam Walsh, Joe Wardill, Will Oaks; Lewis Heckford, Morgan Smith; Matthew English, Josh Ganson (capt), Mikolaj Oledzki, James Bachelor, Jack Wells, Cameron Smith Interchange: Danny Walker, Brad Walker, Conor Fitzsimmons, Owen Farnworth

Tries: Ganson, Oledzki Goals: M Smith 2
2nd TEST @ Shark Park - 8:05 PM PM Kick Off
AUSTALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
50 - 12
ENGLAND
ACADEMY
TRIES : Nic Cotric 3, Lachlan Lam 2, Zac Lomax, Michael Tupou, Dean Blore, Tiumavave Afualo
GOALS : Sean O'Sullivan 7
TRIES : Josh Ganson, Mikolaj Oledzki
GOALS : Morgan Smith
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ACADEMY
Dean Blore   Jez Litten
Mawene Hiroti   Craig Mullen
Zac Lomax   Liam Walsh
Nick Cotric   Joe Wardill
Campbell Graham   Will Oaks
Lachlan Lam   Lewis Heckford
Sean O’Sullivan   Morgan Smith
Pasami Saulo   Matthew English
Blayke Brailey   Josh Ganson
Thomas Mikaele   Mikolaj Oledzki
Daniel Keir   James Batchelor
William Burns   Jack Wells
Sean Keppie   Cameron Smith
     
Tuimavave Afualo   Danny Walker
Reece Robson   Brad Walker
Payne Hass   Conor Fitzsimmons
Michael Tupou   Owen Farnworth
     
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Brian Battese   Andy Kelly
Manager    
John Stanley    
Trainer    
Peter Burke    
Physio    
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AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS V ENGLAND ACADEMY 2ND TEST

The Australian Schoolboys will play two Tests against the England Academy.

Watch the Australian Schoolboys take on the England Academy LIVE from Southern Cross Group Stadium, Cronulla at 8.05pm on Saturday, August 6th 2016.

The Australian Schoolboys won the first match of the series 50-26 at Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe last Sunday.

NRL General Manager League Integration and Game Development Andrew Hill said he looked forward to seeing the next batch of outstanding talent.

"Last Sunday's match showcased some of the talented youngsters in both Australia and England and I would encourage the fans who watch the NRL match to remain to watch these outstanding players," Mr Hill said.

"Last year, Nathan Cleary and Curtis Scott played for the Australian Schoolboys and I’m sure we will see some of the players on show tomorrow in the NRL at some stage."
tHE aUSTRALIAN sCHOOLBOYS AFTER THEIR 1ST tEST VICTORY OVER THE oLD eNEMY tHE eNGLAND aCADEMY
The Australian Schoolboys After Their 1st Test Victory Over The Old Enemy The England Academy
The England Academy team before the 1st Test
ENGLAND ACADEMY SUFFER DEFEAT IN FIRST TEST

A warm, sunny day in Queensland saw England get off to a bright start. After some good early defensive work, England moved the ball wide to Joe Wardill who made a break and beat the full-back Nic Cotric to score.

The tourists looked good for their four point lead with some excellent kicking form scrum-half Rob Fairclough. However, a penalty gave Australia a good attacking platform deep in the England half and Cotric side-stepped his way over with Sean O’Sullivan adding the conversion to give his side the lead.

They went further ahead following another penalty with the ball moved left to Mawene Hiroti who squeezed over in at the corner. O’Sullivan converted to put his side 12-4 ahead.

Midway through the half England begin to exert pressure on the Australian defence forcing errors. A penalty gave them a set near the line and a short pass from Josh Ganson enabled Matty English to power over from short range, the conversion bringing them within two points.

But three tries in six minutes before half-time put Australia firmly in control. Lomax claimed the first from a high bomb and prop Thomas Mikaele crossed for the second after a rampaging run to the line. Hiroti added the third on the stroke of half-time and two conversions from O’Sullivan gave the home side a 28-10 lead at the interval.

England’s task was made all the more difficult having lost Caine Barnes and the influential Fairclough towards the end of the half.

However, they began brightly, a repeat set saw some good early pressure which resulted in Danny Walker scooting over for a converted try. But Australia gradually took control of the game and rattled up 22 points without reply through tries from Tuimavave Afuola, Zac Lomax, O’Sullivan and Brodie Jones with O’Sullivan converting three to make it 50-16.

But England had the final say with Liam Paisley crossing after some neat play and Lewis Heckford stepping over from close range. Morgan Smith wrapped things up with the conversion.

England Academy coach Andy Kelly said: “We got a lesson in clinical finishing. When we made errors and gave penalties away the Australian side punished us. We lost Rob Fairclough early in the game, and one of our middles, so our rotation off the bench wasn’t great and didn’t give us a lot of options. But it’s Test Match football and you’ve still got to front up.

“I just don’t think, across the park, we held our strength long enough to withstand what the Australians were doing. We’re all going to have to work harder, there’s more in our performance than we’ve shown today.

“They are a very good side but we’ve seen them and their structures, so we’ll know a little bit more going into the next game. Twenty six points is a good return on our attacking football, so we asked the right questions when we had ball in hand, we’ve definitely got to be more physical and clinical.”

Australia: Nic Cotric; Mawene Hiroti, Zac Lomax, Tiumavave Afualo, Campbell Graham; Lachlan Lam, Sean O’Sullivan; Pasami Saulo, Blake Brailey, Thomas Mikaele, Brodie Jones, Josh Curran, Sean Keppie Interchange: Dean Blore, Reece Robson, Payne Haas, Michael Tupou
Tries: Cotric, Horoti 2, Lomax 2, Mikaele, Afuola, O’Sullivan, Jones. Goals: O’Sullivan 7

England: Lewis Heckford; Liam Paisley, Liam Walsh, Joe Wardill, Matthew Costello; Morgan Smith, Rob Fairclough; Matthew English, Josh Ganson (capt), Mikolaj Oledzki, James Bachelor, Cameron Smith, Jack Wells. Interchange: Danny Walker, Brad Walker, Conor Fitzsimmons, Caine Barnes
Tries: Wardill, English, D Walker, Paisley, Heckford. Goals: Fairclough, Smith 2

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1st TEST @ Dolphin Oval - 2:00 PM Kick Off
AUSTALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
50 - 26
ENGLAND
ACADEMY
TRIES : Mawene Hiroti, Zac Lomax, 2, Nic Cotric, Thomas Mikaele, Tuimavave Afalo, Daniel Keir, Sean O'Sullivan
GOALS : Sean O'Sullivan 7
TRIES : Joe Wardill, Matthew Engliag, Danny Walker, Liam Paisley, Lewis Heckford
GOALS : Morgan Smith 2, Rob Faircloud
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ACADEMY TEAM CONFIRMED FOR FIRST AUSTRALIA TEST

England Academy coach Andy Kelly has selected his 17-man squad to represent their country when they take on Australian Schoolboys on Sunday July 31 (2.00pm AEST) Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe, Queensland.

The squad are into their third week in Australia and have been preparing well on the Gold Coast at the Super Sports Centre in Runaway Bay. Last week saw all players take to the field in a warm-up against Penrith Panthers at Pepper Stadium – England ran out 28-22 winners and Kelly knew selection would be hard this week.

“I’ve got a squad of 23 fantastic players, selection is always going to be difficult when everyone is determined to play,” said Kelly.

“We’ve looked at this game, it’s the first Test against Australia and we want to get off to the best start and make sure we’re not the team under the pump going into next week.

“It’s going to be tough and tense out there on Sunday. We’ll be going stride for stride and blow for blow making sure we’re the more composed team.”

Fans wanting to see England in action against Australian Schoolboys can see the game live from 2:00 PM Sydney) in the UK 5.00am via an NRL stream - Aussie Schoolboys v England Academy LIVE STREAM
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Nic Cotric 1 Lewis Heckford
Mawene Hiroti 2 Liam Paisley
Zac Lomax 3 Liam Walsh
Tuimavave Afualo 4 Joe Wardill
Campbell Graham 5 Matthew Costello
Lachlan Lam 6 Morgan Smith
Sean O’Sullivan 7 Rob Fairclough
Pasami Saulo 8 Matthew English
Blakye Brailey 9 Josh Ganson
Thomas Mikaele 10 Mikolaj Oledzki
Brodie Jones 11 James Batchelor
Josh Curran 12 Cameron Smith
Sean Keppie 13 Jack Wells
     
Dean Blore 14 Danny Walker
Reece Robson 15 Brad Walker
Payne Haas 16 Conor Fitzsimmons
Michael Tupou 17 Caine Barnes
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After a week of the best & toughest schoolboys rugby league on the planet, the Australian Schoolboys team has been announced to play against the mighty England Academy in 2 test matches plus a practice match v the Penrith Panthers @ Peppers Stadium next Saturday (2:00 PM kick off)

2016 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
1 Nic Cotric Erindale College ACT
2 Mawene Hiroti Matraville Sports High School
3 Zac Lomax Figtree High School
4 Tuimavave Afualo Westfields Sports High School
5 Campbell Graham Marcellin College Randwick
6 Lachlan Lam Marcellin College Randwick
7 Sean O’Sullivan Patrician Brothers’ College Blacktown
8 Pasami Saulo Hunter Sports High School
9 Blake Brailey Aquinas Catholic College Menai
10 Thomas Mikaele Keebra Park State High School
11 Brodie Jones All Saints College Maitland
12 Josh Curran Patrician Brothers’ College Blacktown
13 Sean Keppie Westfields Sports High School
14 Dean Blore The Hills Sports High School
15 Reece Robson Endeavour Sports High School
16 Payne Haas Keebra Park State High School
17 Michael Tupou Patrician Brothers’ College Blacktown
     
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NSWCCC have won a fantastic Australian u18 Schoolboy Championship today
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NSWCCC 26 - 24 NSWCHS
TRIES : Sean O’Sullivan 2, Beni Valu, Tristan Sailor, Campbell Graham
GOALS : Sean O’Sullivan 3
TRIES : Filia Utaikamanu, Jayden Hocking, Tuimavave Afualo, Mawene Hiroti
GOALS : Mawene Hiroti 4
NSWCCC ARE THE 2016 u18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONS
NSWCCC have won a fantastic Australian u18 Schoolboy Championship today defeating the NSWCHS in a game where the lead changed 4 times in the 2nd Half including a score levelling try on the final siren, with a kick to , Patriaican Brothers' Sean O'Sullivan converted claim glory-

NSWCCC 26 - 24 NSWCHS

Australian Training Company “Player of the Final”

NSWCCC 7 - Sean O’Sullivan (Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown)

PLAYER OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS

NSWCCC 9 – Blayke Brailey (Aquinas Catholic College, Menai

ENGLAND ACADEMY GAME AGAINST BULLDOGS CALLED OFF ACADEMY GAME AGAINST BULLDOGS CALLED OFF

Due to unforeseen circumstances, England Academy’s game against Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs on Saturday July 16 has been called off by the home side.

With no fixture over the weekend, Sydney Roosters have stepped in and adjusted their training schedule to accommodate the Academy squad on Friday July 15 to offer the players a tour of The Sydney Football Stadium and a video session with Roosters assistant coach and former England head coach Steve McNamara.

The afternoon will then end with England Academy having a team run against Sydney Roosters first team at their training facilities, going up against the likes of Shaun Kenny-Dowell, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Boyd Cordner and Daniel Tupou.

England Academy – Australia Tour 2016 schedule:

Saturday July 23 – England Academy v Penrith Panthers (Pepper Stadium)

Sunday July 31 – England Academy v Australia High Schools (Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe, QLD)

Saturday August 6 (TBC) – England Academy v Australia High Schools (Southern Cross Group Stadium)
The 2016 Australian Schoolboys U15 Merit Team
The 2016 Australian Schoolboys U15 Merit Team
AUSSIE U15 TEAM ANNOUNCED

After an exciting 5 days of u15s Schoolboys footy the ASSRL have announced the 2016 Australian u15 Merit Team..,

 

 

 


The 2016 Australian Schoolboys U15 Merit Team
1 Fanitesi Nui Marsden - State High School Qld Maroons #1
2 Brent Barnes Coombabah State High School Qld Maroons #5
3 Aaron Schoupp Illawarra Sports High School NSWCHS #3
4 Ezraa Coulston Brisbane Boys College Qld Maroons #3
5 Elliot Moaga Edgeware High School NSWCHS #5
6 Sam Hooper Lake Illawarra High School NSWCHS #7
7 Thomas Dearden Mackay State High School Qld White #7
8 David Hollis Wauchope High School NSWCHS #8
9 Thomas Demeio Endeavour Sports High School NSWCHS #9
10 Daniel Buckland Kirwan State High School Qld Maroons #10
11 Nelson Grove Palm Beach Currumbin State High School Qld Maroons #13
12 Braiden Magele Patrician Brothers Blacktown NSWCCC # 13
13 Jaron Percell Wadalba Community School NSWCHS #13
Congratulation to the Queensland Maroons on winning the Aussie Schoolboys U15 Championships in Port MacQuarie QUEENSLAND MAROONS U15 WORLD SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONS
Congratulation to the Queensland Maroons on winning the Aussie Schoolboys U15 Championships in Port MacQuarie today

FULL TIME : NSWCHS 12 - 16 Queensland Maroons

AUSTRALIAN U15 MERIT TEAM ANNOUNCED
Australian Schoolboys V New Zealand U18's at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 11.55am Sunday September 27, 2015. PHOTO: SMP IMAGES.COM
2015 Test match 1 - Australian Schoolboys V New Zealand U18's at Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane. 11.55am Sunday September 27, 2015. PHOTO: SMP IMAGES.COM
AUSSIES REIGN SUPREME IN TWO-TEST SERIES

Australian Schoolboys claimed the two-Test series over the New Zealand Under 18s; winning 30-6 at BMD Kougari Oval last night.

While it was a much closer affair than Sunday’s opening match; Australia’s defensive effort was close to perfect, only allowing New Zealand over once in the first half.

Australia opened the scoring after six minutes to put New Zealand on the back foot.

Gallery: Australian Schoolboys v New Zealand Under 18 First Test

However, some strong running from their forwards helped the visitors go over for their first try – but that was to be their last try for the evening.

With the halftime score was 16-6 in favour of Australia; New Zealand needed to produce a strong start following the break.

The first 10 minutes of the second half saw New Zealand dominate and press hard for another try; however Australia’s scrabbling defence and pressure was once again too much for the young New Zealand side.

After the 13th minute of the second half, Australia’s winger Tyronne Roberts-Davis was over in the corner, extending his team’s score to 20-6; leaving New Zealand with a huge uphill battle to beat this Australian attack.

With some good field position and some handling errors from New Zealand, Australia capitalised; with centre Reuben Garrick and forward Adam Keighran going over to seal back-to-back wins for Australia.

Missed opportunities and poor discipline saw the game slip out of New Zealand’s hands, despite an improved effort from Sunday’s big defeat.

The Kiwi side was again left scrambling against a slick attack from Australia; who won the second half by a scoreline of 18-0.

The forwards for both sides were strong and dominant with some fiery performances, but Australia was again just too strong for New Zealand.

Australia’s captain Nathan Cleary lead the way for his team with a two-try haul and put in a great overall performance in attack and defence.

AUSTRALIA SCHOOLBOYS 30 (Nathan Cleary 2, Tyrone Roberts-Davis, Reuben Garrick, Jayden Butterfield, Adam Keighran tries; Nathan Cleary 2, Reuben Garrick goals) def NEW ZEALAND U18s 6 (Jackson Ferris try; Jackson Ferris goal) at BMD Kougari Oval, Wynnum (Halftime: Australia 16-6).

Final Teams:

Australian Schoolboys: 1 Ryan Papenhuyzen 2. Tyrone Roberts-Davis 3. Curtis Scott 4. Reuben Garrick 5. Tre Williams 6. Nathan Cleary (c) 7. Scott Drinkwater 8. Jye Challenor 9. Blayke Brailey 10. Jayden Butterfield 11. Cameron Murray 12. Adam Keighran 13. Rueben Cotter 14. David Fauid 16. Kye Madden 17. Daniel Vasquez 18. Tom Mikaele

New Zealand Under 18s: 1. Dean Kouka-Smith 2. Rory Marshall-Barton 3. Tarquinn Alatipi 4. Lewis Soosemea 5. Morgan Harper 6. Jackson Ferris 17. Bostyn Hakaraia 8. Keanu Dawson (c) 7. Josh Farrant 10. Fabien Paletua-Kiri 11. Chris Sio 12. Whitiora Davis 13. Rory Ferguson 14. Phoenix Hunt 15. Tyrone Nathan 16. Isaiah Papalii 19. Kenese Kenese
2nd TEST
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS 30 - 6 NEW ZEALAND
U18s
TRIES : Nathan Cleary 2, Tyrone Roberts-Davis, Reuben Garrick, Jayden Butterfield, Adam Keighran
GOALS : Nathan Cleary 2, Reuben Garrick
TRIES : Keanu Dawson (c)

GOALS : Jackson Ferris
2nd TEST
AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS V NEW ZEALAND U18s "LIVE COMMENTARY"
Kick Off @ 6:30 PM

2nd TEST - LIVE Commentary

2nd HALF
We're off in the 2nd Half ..

Aussies get close to the line but the Kiwi's D up, now attacking the Aussies line

NZ error see's Adam Keighran gather the ball

New Zealand hold out for a set in D, now Aussies look to run the ball from their own 10

Tr Willaims makes a good break and runs 50mts down the sideline, great cover defence cleans Tre and the ball up

Curtis Scott is back on the field

Aussies attack in the corner and Tyronne Roberts-Davis scores, top play by Bralez, Nathan Cleary lines up the kick from the far sideline... and misses 20 - 6

Aussies forwards are running hard

Jye Challenor is coming off the field with a poss shoulder injury, hope its not too bad mate, replaced by Kye Madden

Aussies close in on the try line, and its try time - Cleary misses SCORE 24 - 6

After some good attacking play the Aussie loose the footy at the play the ball, NZ now have an opportunity
Error Count so far Aus 7 NZ 5

aussies running at the line Tom Mikaele almost gets across the line

Simple NZ error will give the Aussies the ball back in the NZ half, Kiwis will do well to hold the Aussies out this time ...

Blayke Brailey dives in head 1st only to be denied the points,, Kiwis have the ball.

NZ loose the footy after only 2 play the balls, Australia are only 10 out

Scott Drinkwater goes close, somethngs happening and the aussies get the 1st penality of the 2nd half, get ball from cleary to a flying to score Aussies 28 - 6 NZ kick to come from Cleary........ C'mon Nath' ....sweet, straight over the black dot 30 - 6

Good move from Aussie and we see Reuben Garrick fly along the sideline and to get caught..... lost the live feed
2 1/2 mins to go,not much happening, ref trying to sort it out Ref Michael Gordon hasn't stopped the click and time is a wasting, 16 sec's left, does the ref have control of this game?

Thats it FULL TIME 30 - 6

1st HALF

Team lined up to sing National Anthems
Rightio, let goooo
Aussies kick off, Kiwi Skipper Keanu Dawson runs the 1st hit up

Aussies attacking left wing, then switch and pass the ball across the field, ohh so close

Kiwi's loose the footy, giving the Green n Gold a n opportunity, Ryan Pap makes a good break

Aussie Cameron Murray scores in the left corner 4 - 0 kick 2 come, kick misses

Aussies make mistake, Kiwi's have the footy

OMG - No not again, Dodgie Live Feed

Scrum set with Kiwi's 10 out

Nathan Cleary scores & converts his own try 10 - 0 Aussies make silly error loosing the ball in the play the ball, Kiwi's look to attack

Kiwi's trap Aussies in goal, drop out see's Keanu Dawson run hard

Kiwiw's complete their set and are rewarded when Kiwi Skipper Dawson smash his way over for a try - 10 - 4 - Jackson Ferris converts with a sweet kick from the sideline - 10 - 8

anyone else having prob's watching the test?

Wow there must have been a bit of BIFF, Aussie Center Curtis Scott gets 10 in the Bin

Aussies are 15 out from their line attacking with 1 man down

Aussie Fullback Nathan Cleary is in for his 2nd try of the 2nd test 14 - 6 kick to come with about 8 mins left, conversion successfull SCORE 16 - 6

2 mins left in the 1st half, nz kick deep into aussie territory

HALF TIME : Aussie Schoolboys 16 - 8 New Zealand u18s
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYZ   NEW ZEALAND UNDER 18's
Ryan Papenhuyzen 1 Dean Kouka-Smith
Tyronne Roberts-Davis 2 Rory Marshall-Barton
Curtis Scott 3 Tarquinn Alatipi
Reuben Garrick 4 Lewis Soosemea
Tre Williams 5 Morgan Harper
Nathan Cleary (c) 6 Jackson Ferris
Scott Drinkwater 7 Josh Farrant
Jye Challenor 8 Keanu Dawson (c)
Blayke Brailey 9  
Jayden Butterfield 10 Fabien Paletua-Kiri
Cameron Murray 11 Chris Sio
Adam Keighran 12 Whitiora Davis
Rueben Cotter 13 Rory Ferguson
     
David Fauid 14 Phoenix Hunt
  15 Tyrone Nathan
Kye Madden 16 Isaiah Papalii
Daniel Vasquez 17 Bostyn Hakaraia
Tom Mikaele 18  
  19 Kenese Kenese
     
Brian Battese   Rod Ratu
2nd TEST
AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS
V
NEW ZEALAND U18s

STREAMED **LIVE**

6:30 PM Thurs 1st Oct Running

& commentary thru the match
Australian Schoolboys after their sweet win in the 1st Test @ Suncorp Stadium
The Australian Schoolboys team celebrate their big win over the NZ u18s side. Credit: QRL Media. Copyright: QRL Media.
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AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS NEW ZEALAND U18s
TRIES : Ryan Papenhuyzen 3, Curtis Scott, Scott Drinkwater 2, Rueben Cotter, Reuben Garrick, Adam Keighran, Jayden Butterfield, Tyronne Roberts-Davis, Blayke Brailey
GOALS : Nathan Cleary 7, Garrick 2
TRIES : Lewis Soosemea, Rory Marshall-Barton, Morgan Harpe, Tyrone Nathan, Tarquinn Alatipi

GOALS : Jackson Ferris 2
HALF TIME : Aust Schoolboys 24 - 18 NZ U18s
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS DEFEAT NZ

A handful of famous footballing families have helped the Australian Schoolboys deliver a crushing 70-24 defeat of the New Zealand under-18s in the first match of their two-Test series at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday.

Led by captain Nathan Cleary – son of Panthers coach Ivan Cleary – and with starring performances from Jayden Butterfield and Tyronne Roberts-Davis the Aussies scored 56 unanswered points either side of half-time to blow the Kiwis off the park.

Prop forward Butterfield produced the type of charges his great uncle Tony Butterfield was renowned for during his career at the Knights while Roberts-Davis showed the type of speed and class his cousin James delivered in scoring 16 tries for the Titans this season.

Having come nose-to-nose in the pre-game Haka the two teams then traded tries for much of the first half before the Australian team posted back-to-back tries to take a 24 - 18 lead into half-time.

The home side were first to score when Rueben Cotter pounced on a kick that had ricocheted off a defender before he beat the fullback to score but the Kiwis hit back in the seventh minute when centre Lewis Soosemea crossed in the left-hand corner.

New Zealand skipped out to an eight-point lead courtesy of tries to Rory Marshall-Barton and Morgan Harper but with defence flimsy at both ends of the field it wasn't long before the Australians were back in front.

Centre Reuben Garrick and half Scott Drinkwater both crossed but the Kiwis again hit back, this time interchange forward Tyrone Nathan crashing over with a powerful carry.

The Australian team picked up in the second half how they finished the first with two quick tries that transformed an 18-14 deficit shortly before the break into a 36 - 18 lead 13 minutes into the second half.

Fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen backed up through the middle of the field after a long break from Titans winger Tyronne Roberts-Davis and then Jayden Butterfield produced a bullocking run, bumping Kiwi defenders out of the way on his way to a four-pointer left of the posts.

Roberts-Davis showed his class with a spectacular diving effort in the right-hand corner and when Curtis Scott scored his second the Australians had posted 32 unanswered points to take a stranglehold on the result.

And it didn't end there. Cleary sliced through before finding Drinkwater in support on his inside and after a slight period of respite where the Kiwis had a number of shots at the Australian line Cleary again created a try for Ryan Papenhuyzen down the left-hand side of the field for a 58-18 lead 12 minutes from full-time.

The second Test of the series will be played at BMD Kougari Oval at Wynnum at 6.30pm on Thursday night.

Australia Schoolboys 70 (Ryan Papenhuyzen 3, Curtis Scott 2, Scott Drinkwater 2, Rueben Cotter, Reuben Garrick, Adam Keighran, Jayden Butterfield, Tyronne Roberts-Davis, Blayke Brailey tries; Nathan Cleary 7, Garrick 2 goals) def. New Zealand Under-18s 24 (Lewis Soosemea, Rory Marshall-Barton, Morgan Harpe, Tyrone Nathan, Tarquinn Alatipi tries; Jackson Ferris 2 goals).
Australian Schoolboys after their sweet win in the 1st Test @ Suncorp Stadium
Australian Schoolboys after their sweet win in the 1st Test @ Suncorp Stadium
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AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS NEW ZEALAND U18s
TRIES : Ryan Papenhuyzen 3, Curtis Scott, Scott Drinkwater 2, Rueben Cotter, Reuben Garrick, Adam Keighran, Jayden Butterfield, Tyronne Roberts-Davis, Blayke Brailey
GOALS : Nathan Cleary 7, Garrick 2
TRIES : Lewis Soosemea, Rory Marshall-Barton, Morgan Harpe, Tyrone Nathan, Tarquinn Alatipi

GOALS : Jackson Ferris 2
HALF TIME : Aust Schoolboys 24 - 18 NZ U18s
Australian Schoolboys   New Zealand Under 18's
Ryan Papenhuyzen 1 Dean Kouka-Smith
Tyronne Roberts-Davis 2 Rory Marshall-Barton
Curtis Scott 3 Tarquinn Alatipi
Reuben Garrick 4 Lewis Soosemea
Tre Williams 5 Morgan Harper
Nathan Cleary (c) 6 Jackson Ferris
Scott Drinkwater 7 Josh Farrant
Jye Challenor 8 Keanu Dawson (c)
Blayke Brailey 9 David-John Phillips
Jayden Butterfield 10 Fabien Paletua-Kiri
Cameron Murray 11 Chris Sio
Adam Keighran 12 Whitiora Davis
Rueben Cotter 13 Rory Ferguson
     
David Fauid 14 Phoenix Hunt
Kye Madden 15 Tyrone Nathan
Daniel Vasquez 16 Isaiah Papalii
Tom Mikaele 17 Bostyn Hakaraia
  18 Auzzie Tuwhangai
  19 Kenese Kenese
     
     
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AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS DRAW FIRST BLOOD V NZ

The rivalry between Australia and New Zealand was fired up again, but it was Australia that has the upper hand in the two Test Australian Schoolboys v New Zealand Under 18s series, taking the first match, 70 - 24.

Australia fought back from an 18-16 deficit towards the end of the first half, before two late tries to Curtis Scott (his first of two) and Adam Keighran gave them a 24-18 lead at halftime.

The first half was a tight contest, with both sides showing good attacking intent – with Australian lock Rueben Cotter starting the try-a-thon in an entertaining opening.

While the tries continued in the second half; it was one-way traffic with the home side running in eight tries to one.

The Australians created damage across the park, leaving the Kiwi’s defence unable to find any answers.

Australia’s fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen scored a hat-trick with centre Scott and halfback Scott Drinkwater grabbing doubles in the impressive win.

Australian captain Nathan Cleary lead his side from the front, converting seven out of eight goal attempts to add further pain to the visitors’ scoreline.

The green and gold side capitalised on every opportunity presented to them, while the Kiwis had limited opportunity with the ball; with errors and poor discipline cruelling any chances they might have had.

The Kiwis side was left stunned as the Australian side continued their attack, piling on 54 unanswered points in the second half.

Kiwi centre Tarquinn Alatpi tried to create some redemption for his side, scoring a consolation try to close out the match.

The Australian side will take their winning momentum into the Second Test this Thursday at BMD Kougari Oval while New Zealand will be hoping to turn their fortunes around. The match will kick off at 6.30pm and will be livestreamed at www.qrl.com.au.

AUSTRALIA SCHOOLBOYS 70
(Ryan Papenhuyzen 3, Curtis Scott 2, Scott Drinkwater 2, Tyrone Roberts-Davis, Reuben Garrick, Blayke Brailey, Jayden Butterfield, Adam Keighran, Rueben Cotter tries; Nathan Cleary 7, Reuben Garrick 2 goals)
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NEW ZEALAND U18s 24

(Rory Marshall-Barton, Tarquinn Alatipi, Lewis Soosemea, Morgan Harper, Tyrone Nathan tries; Jackson Ferris 2 goals) at Suncorp Stadium (Halftime: Australia Schoolboys 24-18).

Final Teams:

Australia Schoolboys: 1. Ryan Papenhuyzen 2. Tyronne Roberts-Davis 3. Curtis Scott 4. Reuben Garrick 5. Tre Williams 6 Nathan Cleary (c) 7. Scott Drinkwater 8. Jye Challenor 9. Blayke Brailey 10. Jayden Butterfield 11. Cameron Murray 12. Adam Keighran 13. Rueben Cotter 14. David Fauid 16. Kye Madden 17. Daniel Vasquez 18. Tom Mikaele

New Zealand Under 18s: 1. Dean Kouka-Smith 2. Rory Marshall-Barton 3. Tarquinn Alatipi 4. Lewis Soosemea 5. Morgan Harper 6. Jackson Ferris 17. Bostyn Hakaraia 8. Keanu Dawson (c) 9. David-John Phillips 10. Fabien Paletua-Kiri 11. Chris Sio 12. Whitiora Davis 13. Rory Ferguson 14. Phoenix Hunt 15. Tyrone Nathan 16. Isaiah Papalii 18. Auzzie Tuwhangai

The Australian Schoolboys line up before the Kiwi's get carried away with their Huka
The Australian Schoolboys line up to face New Zealand before the Kiwi's get carried away with their Huka
SCHOOLBOYS SMASH KIWI'S IN 1st TEST
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The Australain Schoolboys were fired up for the 1st Test after the New Zealand team seemed to have crossed the line during their Haka and have smashed the New Zealand u18s to the tune of 70 - 24 in todays 1st Test at Suncorp Stadium.

After a keenly contested first half, the Australians belted the Kiwi's across the field

MORE SOON .......... Go the Green 'N' Gold !!
1st TEST
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS NEW ZEALAND U18s
TRIES : Ryan Papenhuyzen 3, Curtis Scott, Scott Drinkwater 2, Rueben Cotter, Reuben Garrick, Adam Keighran, Jayden Butterfield, Tyronne Roberts-Davis, Blayke Brailey
GOALS : Nathan Cleary 7, Garrick 2
TRIES : Lewis Soosemea, Rory Marshall-Barton, Morgan Harpe, Tyrone Nathan, Tarquinn Alatipi
GOALS : Jackson Ferris 2
IT'S TIME TO GET IT ON WITH THE KIWI'S

We will be doing live updates through out the 1st test match, so stay tuned - Don't forget you can watch the game LIVE

1st Test - Aussie Schoolboys v NZ U18s
************** 2nd HALF *** LIVE ** UPDATES ********
Only 10 to go, Aussie lead Kiwi's 36 - 18,

2nd half tries to Adam Keighran , Ryan Papenhuyzen & Jayden Butterfield

Aussie winger Tyronne Roberts-Davis dives in the corner, Australia's lead extends to 42 - 18, kick to come

Endeavour shs's Curtis Scott smashes his way to his 2nd try of the 1st Test Aussies 46 - 18, kick to come with 18 mins on the play school clock

Scott Drinkwater joins the party, scoring a double, score 52 - 18 with16 to go

Ryan Papenhuyzen scores his 2nd of the Test match, Aussies 58 - 18 with 12 mins left, kick to come.....

Ryan Papenhuyzen is going off, scoring his 3 try, the Aussies break the sound barrier reaching 60 points, kick to come 64 - 18

The nightmare continues for the young Kiwi's with Blayke Brailey scoring, 70 - 18

Kiwi's hit back with Tarquinn Alatipi scoring 70 - 24 with a kick to come

************ 1st HALF **** LIVE **** UPDATES ******************

1st Test - Aussie Schoolboys v NZ U18s
about to kick off
WOW - Kiwi's go too far with Haka

Aussies score when Rueben Cotter dives in under the upright after a great break & midfield play - Reuben Garrick converts from in front - 6 - 0

Kiwi's score in the corner - kick to come, kick missed, 6 - 4

NZ score in the same corner, kick to come, kick is flagged away 6 - 8

Great run by NZ Skipper Keanu Dawson then offloads to the running fullback Dean Kouka-Smith who gets smashed 3 mts out, penality NZ

Kiwi winger Morgan Harper is on the end of a lot of sets of hands and steps thru 3 defenders to score in the other corner, wow, Jackson Ferris dobbs a terrific goal from the sidelines 6 - 14

Aussies swoop on Kiwi error and score in the corner, NZ boiz not happy - conversion misses, 10 - 14

Teriffic intercept by Scott Drinkwater sees him run 65 meters to score, Reuben Garrick adds 2 points and the Aussies are in front 14 - 12

We seem to have lost the LIVE FEED with 15 to go - no happy jan

Australian Schoolboys   New Zealand Under 18's
Ryan Papenhuyzen 1 Dean Kouka-Smith
Tyronne Roberts-Davis 2 Rory Marshall-Barton
Curtis Scott 3 Tarquinn Alatipi
Reuben Garrick 4 Lewis Soosemea
Tre Williams 5 Morgan Harper
Nathan Cleary (c) 6 Jackson Ferris
Scott Drinkwater 7 Josh Farrant
Jye Challenor 8 Keanu Dawson (c)
Blayke Brailey 9 David-John Phillips
Jayden Butterfield 10 Fabien Paletua-Kiri
Cameron Murray 11 Chris Sio
Adam Keighran 12 Whitiora Davis
Rueben Cotter 13 Rory Ferguson
     
David Fauid 14 Phoenix Hunt
Kye Madden 15 Tyrone Nathan
Daniel Vasquez 16 Isaiah Papalii
Tom Mikaele 17 Bostyn Hakaraia
  18 Auzzie Tuwhangai
  19 Kenese Kenese
     
     
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AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS V NZ UNDER 18s

The two-Test series between the Australian Schoolboys and New Zealand Under 18 sides kicks-off on Sunday at Suncorp Stadium as part of Intrust Super Cup grand final day.

The international exchanges between Australian Schoolboys and New Zealand 18 Years teams dates back to 1981, when a two-Test series was held in Australia. The Australians, including Ben Elias, Brett Gale and Ricky Walford, won the series 2-0.

Test series have been played regularly since, with the most recent played in 2013. That year, the Australian team to play New Zealand included names such as Curtis Sironen, Kane Elgey and a front row rotation of David Klemmer, Jake Trbojevic, Lloyd Perrett and Junior Paulo.

In a sign of the competitive nature between to competing nations, most two-Test series in recent times have finished in 1-1 draws. This includes 2005, the most recent time the Kiwis visited Australian shores.

In the first Test in Melbourne, the Australians led by Mitchell Pearce, Michael Jennings, David Taylor and Darius Boyd won easily, 42-24. In the return leg at Wynnum though, Greg Eastwood and Issac Luke couldn’t do a thing wrong and New Zealand won 46-8.

This year’s Australian team was selected on performances at the Australian Schoolboys Championships in Wollongong in June.

Seven players were in the winning New South Wales Combined High Schools squad, while three were in the Cronulla team that won the national club 18 Years title this year.

The New Zealand Under 18 side is selected from club football, although a number of players do also play school league and have also featured in the New Zealand Secondary Schools team.

The QRL will live stream the First Test: QRL Live Stream - Aus Schoolboys v NZ Under 18s Test

*The Second Test will be played at Wynnum Manly’s BMD Kougari Oval on Thursday, October 1 at 6.30pm.
NZ Secondary Schools celebrate their win over NSW Combined High Schools (Photosport)
NZ Secondary Schools celebrate their win over NSW Combined High Schools (Photosport)
COMEBACK CARRIES NZ SCHOOLS TO WIN
Story & Photo By : NZRL

NZ Secondary Schools have produced a 26-point second half to run down the visiting New South Wales Combined High Schools 30-22 at Massey Park, Papakura.

In a proverbial game of two halves, the young Kiwis overcame a 22-4 deficit to completely turn the tables on their guests, holding them scoreless after the break.

The young New Zealand side opened the scoring through a try from winger Michael Siale-Motu on their first possession, but quickly surrendered the advantage through a series of penalties and handling errors.

New South Wales ran in four tries – two from powerful centre Mathew Lyons and three of them converted by half Kieran Hayman – before half-time and the home team seemed to need some kind of inspiration just to keep the score-line respectable.

Whatever was discussed over oranges did the trick and the use of a gentle southerly also assisted.

New Zealand’s comeback began, when hooker David-John Phillips spun over for a try by the posts, converted by skipper Bostyn Hakaraia.

Halfback Zae Wallace set up the next try with a darting run near the line, before finding Josh Uta, and Siale-Motu secured his double, when NZ Schools capitalised on a penalty and set play inside NSW territory.

All three tries were converted by Hakaraia and suddenly, the scores were locked at 22-22.

By this stage, the Kiwis forwards had simply worn their counterparts down and the Australians could not muster an answer to the onslaught up the middle.

Winger Siave Tongoiu crossed in the corner to put New Zealand ahead and with time virtually up, Hakaraia found fullback Adam Wetere Pompey cutting back on an angle to seal the deal.

NSW Combined High Schools will now travel to Christchurch for a game against Canterbury Combined Schools, while several of the NZ Schools players will pull on the black jersey again next week, when NZ 18s take on the Australian Schools in a two-test series in Brisbane.

NZ Secondary Schools 30 (Michael Siale-Motu 2, David-John Phillips, Josh Uta, Siave Togoiu & Adam Wetere Pompey tries; Bostyn Hakaraia 3 goals) NSW Combined High Schools 22 (Mathew Lyons 2, Haze Dunster & Reece Robson tries; Kieran Hayman 3 goals); HT: 4-22

Referee - Kiko Puhipi HIbbs
Touch - Antoinette Grootjans & Henare Chadwick

NZ 18S NAMED FOR AUSSIE SCHOOLS SERIES
Story & Photo By : NZRL

Five players are poised for double international duty over the next two weeks, with the selection of the NZ 18s side to take on Australian Schools in a two-game series.

The final make-up of the side will also hinge on the Junior Warriors’ NYC playoff fortunes this weekend.

Three of the national age-group squad – Erin Clark, Ata Hingano and Amoni Tufui – have been named to take on Brisbane Broncos in a sudden-death semi-final. A fourth – Lewis Soosemea – played in the win over Sydney Roosters last week, but drops out of the playing line-up this week.

If the Warriors win that rematch of last year’s final, all four could be replaced in the NZ team.

For Bostyn Hakaraia, Phoenix Hunt, David Phillips, Chris Sio and Auzzie Tuwhangai, the 18s series will be their second international assignment in quick succession – they are also part of the NZ Schools team to take on New South Wales Combined High Schools next week.

The NZ 18s, coached by Rod Ratu, face Australian Schools on September 27 at Brisbane’s Suncorp Stadium and again on October 2 at Wynnum.

The squad is:

Tarquinn Alatipi (Wellington), Erin Clark (Akarana), Whitiroa Davis (Akarana), Keanu Dawson (Upper Central), Rory Ferguson (Southern), Jackson Ferris (Mid Central), Bostyn Hakaraia (Akarana), Morgan Harper (Upper Central), Ata Hingano (Counties Manukau), Phoenix Hunt (Counties Manukau), Dean Kouka-Smith (Akarana), Rory Marshall-Barton (Counties Manukau), Tyrone Nathan (Counties Manukau), Fabian Paletua-Kiri (Mid-Central), David Phillips (Counties Manukau), Chris Sio (Akarana), Lewis Soosemea (Counties Manukau), Amoni Tufui (Akarana), Auzzie Tuwhangai (Akarana)
2015 New Zealand Schoolboys - ready to play Aussies?
2015 New Zealand Schoolboys - ready to play Aussies?
NZ SCHOOLS PREPARE FOR NEXT CHALLENGE

Starting Monday, NZ Secondary Schools coach Rod Ratu has a unique opportunity to take a generation of players to the next level of their game.

In the space of a couple of weeks, Ratu will guide the students side against New South Wales Combined High Schools, then take the NZ 18s across the ditch to face Australian Schools in Brisbane.

Five players – Bostyn Hakaraia, Phoenix Hunt, David-John Phillips, Chris Sio and Auzzie Tuwhangai – have been named for both teams.

“I’m apprehensive, I’m nervous … but excited that it’s another challenge,” says Ratu.

He’s had plenty of experience at club, rep and schools level, and already knows many of his charges through working with the NZ Warriors development programme.

But this is his first national team coaching gig, so he isn’t sure how high the bar sits on this assignment, just that it is higher than he’s been before.

“There’s a lot of familiarity there, it’s another campaign and we’re preparing for another game.

“At the same time, we’ve got to make sure the effort is raised. We can’t sit comfortably on what we already know, we need to challenge ourselves, off the field, as well as on it.”

Ratu has had plenty of advice. At the NZRL National Performance Camp, he picked the brains of new NZRL high performance general manager and former Junior Kiwis coach Brent Gemmell, his predecessor and Warriors assistant coach Tony Iro and Kiwis coach Stephen Kearney.

“I took a lot of confidence from that camp, talking to those guys,” says Ratu. “They told me, in these short campaigns, you have to understand what you can manage and keep it simple.

“You have to make sure it’s an enjoyable process for yourself and the people concerned … the players.”

New South Wales finished stronger than their NZ counterparts in last year’s encounter at Westlake Boys High School, trailing early in the second half, but pulling away 28-16 in the final analysis.

Ratu has seen the footage and knows where his team must stamp their authority for a chance to turn the tables this year.

“I’m very confident in our middles,” he says. “We are predominantly strong and powerful players, so we’ve selected this side with the intention of winning the battle in the middle of the field.

“I expect New South Wales to be highly skilful. They know the game well – they have great game intelligence – and it’s evident they will play the full 80 minutes.”

That, effectively, was the difference between the two sides last year, but Ratu is confident his players have the ability to go the distance this time.

The process of raising the bar began even before the NZ side entered camp on Friday. With the team’s only non-Auckland, Dylan Clark, driving north from Tokoroa, they faced the Junior Warriors in an opposed practice run at Mt Smart Stadium last Wednesday.

“That’s an opportunity a rep team wouldn’t normally enjoy,” reflects Ratu. “The Warriors boys made a point of shaking their hands and wishing them luck afterwards.”

NZ SECONDARY SCHOOLS V NSW COMBINED HIGH SCHOOLS
Monday, September 21
Massey Park, Papakura

NZ Schools: 1-Adam Wetere Pompey (Wesley College), 2-Michael Siale-Motu (Manurewa HS), 3-Fine Inisi (Westlake BHS), 4-Alfred Smalley (Otahuhu College), 5-Siave Togoiu (Southern Cross Campus), 6-Bostyn Hakaraia (Mt Albert Grammar), 7-Zae Wallace (Westlake BHS), 8-Isaiah Papalii (Mt Albert Grammar), 9-David-John Phillips (Manurewa HS), 10-Kenese Kenese (Manurewa HS), 11-Auzzie Tuwhangai (Mt Albert Grammar), 12-Dylan Clark (Tokoroa HS), 13-Chris Sio (St Paul's College), 14-Phoenix Hunt (Otahuhu College), 15-Soane Hufanga (St Paul's College), 16-Fuiva Takitaki (Southern Cross Campus), 17-Josh Uta (Manurewa HS), 18-Jan Sepuloni (Southern Cross Campus)

NSW Combined High Schools: 1-Dean Blore (The Hills Sports HS), 2-Haze Dunster (The Hills Sports HS), 3-Samisi Kioa (Endeavour Sports HS), 4-Matthew Lyons (Kooringai HS), 5-Isaac Lume Lume (Bass HS), 6-Ben Sapati (Bass HS), 7-Kieran Hayman (The Hills Sports HS), 8-Jeffrey Tuitavuki (Endeavour Sports HS), 9-Reece Robson (Endeavour Sports HS), 10-Pasami Saulo (Hunter Sports HS), 11-Mathew Fisk (Brisbane Waters Senior College), 12-Kynan Blascak (Hunter Sports HS), 13-Zachary Lomax (Figtree HS), 14-Luke Casson (Hunter Sports HS), 15-Frank Tumatai (Bass HS), 16-Saokimi Tuitavuki (Endeavour Sports HS)

Referee - Kiko Puhipi HIbbs
Touch - Antoinette Grootjans & Henare Chadwick
NZ 18S V AUSSIE SCHOOLS SERIES BACK ON
NZ 18S V AUSSIE SCHOOLS SERIES BACK ON
NZ 18S V AUSSIE SCHOOLS SERIES BACK ON

The NZ 18s series against Australian Schoolboys will go ahead as planned, after an agreement was reached between the NZRL and NRL today.

NRL league integration and game development general manager Andrew Hill confirmed the Australian Schoolboys would play their New Zealand opponents on Sunday, September 27 and Friday, October 2 in Brisbane.

New Zealand Rugby League had reluctantly withdrawn from the fixtures, after announcing a disappointing 2014/15 financial result.

Hill said it was important for the game that the two-test series went ahead as planned and praised all parties involved for working towards a positive outcome.

“It was always our intention to keep working with the NZRL to ensure the New Zealand 18s were able to continue as planned with a two-test series against the Australian Schoolboys,” Hill said.

“This is an extremely positive result for the game, enabling Australia's best schoolboy players to test themselves against New Zealand's best under-18s.

“These tests have always been an important part of the rugby league calendar and we hope they will continue to be well into the future.”

NZRL chief executive Phil Holden said he was delighted with the outcome and was appreciative of the NRL's commitment to resurrecting the series.

“It's a great result for rugby league,” Mr Holden said. “This series is an important part of the development pathway for players, coaches and staff from both countries, and we were all disappointed to see the games cancelled.

“But this programme will now go ahead as planned to provide our young men with another stepping stone towards professional and international careers.”
2015 Australian Schoolboys left high n dry (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com)
2015 Australian Schoolboys left high n dry (Photo : steve montgomery / OurFootyTeam.com)
NEW ZEALAND RUGBY LEAGUE'S FINANCIAL STRIFE ENDS AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS GAMES

Australian Schoolboys proteges Liam Foran, Kieran Foran and Mitchell Pearce.

International rugby league has been dealt a savage blow after the traditional Australian Schoolboys fixture, a showcase of the game's best young talent, has been axed because the New Zealand Rugby League can't afford to send a team over.

The first Australian Schoolboys game was played in 1972 and been a regular annual event since 1979, when the green and golds sent a squad to England which included Ben Elias and Andrew Farrar.

Since then it has been the best pointer towards whether talented teens make it into first grade, with a plethora of NRL stars over the past four decades coming through the system.

Jackson Hastings, Jayden Nikorima and Sione Mata'utia are among the 2013 participants, while David Klemmer, Jake Trbojevic, Junior Paulo and Kane Elgey are just some of the graduates from the class of 2011. The clashes have also been a platform to launch the careers of great Kiwi players, with Issac Luke, Manu Vatuvei and Greg Eastwood starring in a 2005 encounter in Melbourne.

The NZRL accepted an invitation from Australian Secondary Schools Rugby League to send across a team to play two matches - at Suncorp Stadium on September 27 and then a second encounter on Kougari Oval, Wynham, on October 2.

However, the time-honoured tradition is over after NZRL CEO Phil Holden wrote to ASSRL president Grant Edwards, informing his pupils weren't coming due to financial constraints.

The development is an embarrassment for the game, given the NRL has pledged to increase the standing of international fixtures after negotiating the first part of the new broadcast deal. It's a further blow given the proximity to the next World Cup and the fact that the senior Kangaroos won't participate in a senior international during the entire off season.

The Australian team was recently named and Edwards had to break the news to the players and their parents in a letter that was also obtained by Fairfax Media.

"The Executive of Australian Schoolboys Rugby League wish to apologise to you for lack of information at this stage regarding the Tests we had planned against New Zealand in September and October.

"We have received the following advice only recently from the CEO of New Zealand Rugby League. In an email on 5th August, Phil Holden informed me that … It is with deep regret that I need to advise you that New Zealand Rugby League(NZRL) has withdrawn from this year's two test matches with the Australian Schoolboys in Queensland, October 2015. I understand that this news and decision will be devastating for all of those involved, from players to team support and to you personally. I regret this,particularly given the history between us but I have no option.'

"This was entirely unexpected, and these circumstances are beyond our control …"

The NRL has been trying to find a way resurrect the matches but it's understood the NZRL have been firm in their stance. Attempts to contact the NZRL and Holden were unsuccessful.

Edwards said the recent meetings were so close that the two-match series had been split 1-1 for almost two decades.

"In his email on August 5 [Holden]he said the NZRL financial position is such that they can no longer participate in the international exchange," Edwards said.

"I'm devastated for our boys. I saw them in the dressing sheds after they were picked in the team and the pride they had in being selected for Australia was palpable. You could see in their eyes they were so keen to put that green and gold jersey on and play for Australia.

"We're very disappointed for the New Zealand kids who are in the same boat and would have been keen to represent their nation as well."

While Australia are the World Cup holders, the Kiwis have sparked a renewed interest in international football by beating the Kangaroos in their past four encounters, including the Four Nations final. The Kiwis are now the top-ranked side in world football, but there are fears their Schoolboys side will now be consigned to history.
AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS U18 CHAMPIONSHIPS

AUST u18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 1 Sun 05 June
NSW
CIS
44 - 24 ACT
TRIES : Cameron Murray, Ryan Papenhuyzen 2, George Francis, Adam Doueihi, Jake Morrison, Isaac Rabautoka
GOALS : Dylan McLachlan 5, Ryan Papenhuyzen
TRIES : Sebastian Kris, Nick Cotric 2, Nick Lawrence

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LIVE STREAMING
NSW
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18 - 16 QSSRL
TRIES : Nathan Cleary 2, Mataele Soni
GOALS : Nathan Cleary 3
TRIES : Kurt Wiltshire, Tom Skinner, Enari Tuala
GOALS : Jake Clifford 2
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NSWCIS 1 – Ryan Papenhuyzen (Oak Hill College, Castle Hill)
ACT 2 – Sebastian Kris (Mary McKillop College, Isabella Plains)
NSWCCC 10 – Jayden Butterfield ( All Saints College St Mary’s Campus, Maitland)
QLD 15 – Steven Tatipata (Woree State High School, Cairns)
AUST u18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 2 Mon 06 June
ACT 46 - 10 CAS
TRIES : Ron Leapai, Nick Cotric 2, Lazarus Vaaelepu, Harry Leddy, Elijah Toe Toe-Taiapo, Jai Lyons, Sebastian Kris
GOALS : Jese Smith-Shields 5
TRIES : Nic Edwards, Kelma Tuilagi
GOALS : William Sila
LIVE STREAMING
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6 - 38 NSW
CHS
TRIES : Ben Thomas
GOALS : Nathan Cleary
TRIES : Sione Katoa, Tre Williams 2, Harlan Collins, Reuben Garrick, Liam Cassidy
GOALS : Reuben Garrick 5
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ACT 12 – Ron Leapai (Erindale College, Erindale)
CAS 3 – Kelma Tuilagi (Hallam Senior College, Victoria)
NSWCHS 10 – Jye Challenor (Westfields Sports High School, Fairfield)
NSWCCC 19 – Ben Thomas (St Edward’s College, Gosford)
AUST u18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 3 Tues 07 June
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QUEENSLAND AND WA RETAIN U15 CHAMPIONSHIPS

15 YEARS MERIT TEAM POOL A
1 QLD M 1 Dejzha Pene Wavell State High School
2 NSWCHS 1 Tyrell Mayfield Randwick Boys High School
3 NSWCHS 4 Bronson Xerri Endeavour Sports High School
4 QLD M 3 Jack Paterson Wavell State High School
5 NSWCIS 1 Albert Hopoate St Augustine’s College, Brookvale
6 QLD M 6 Cory Paix St Marys College Toowoomba
7 QLD M 7 Tanah Boyd Keebra Park State High School
8 QLD M 10 Geordie Brand Keebra Park State High School
9 NSWCCC 9 Isaac Longmuir De La Salle College, Caringbah
10 NSWCHS 20 Stefano Utoikumanu Westfields Sports High School
11 QLD M 11 David Fifita Keebra Park State High School
12 NSWCHS 10 Lindsay Smith Westfields Sports High School
13 NSWCHS 11 Shawn Blore The Hills Sports High School
 
15 YEARS MERIT TEAM POOL B
1 WA 1 Jaylen Tuapola Aranmore Catholic College
2 WA 16 Leevai Sutton Halls Head Community College
3 Victoria 3 Antonio Sanele Wallan Secondary College
4 NT 4 Ramone Lewin O’Loughlin Catholic College, Darwin
5 SA 20 Tane Western Aberfoyle Park High
6 SA 7 James Du Preez Adelaide High School
7 Victoria 7 Tangata Teroi Thomastown Secondary College
8 Victoria 10 Redford Tiatia Hallam Senior College
9 WA 9 Jackson Topine Ellenbrook Secondary College
10 WA 10 Tyler Nicholson Rockingham Senior High School
11 Victoria 11 Shalom Oofou Wallan Secondary College
12 WA 17 Tomas Reid Sacred Heart College, Sorrento
13 WA 13 Trent Manihera-Paul Thornlie Senior High School
 
Australian Schoolboys u15s
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
Qld Maroon 30 - 10 NSWCHS
JOHN ALLEN TROPHY
VICTORIA 10 - 16 Western AUSTRALIA
NSWCHS u15s are into this years Australian Schoolboys Championship Final after a close win over NSWCCC (Photo : n broadhurst / OurFootyTeam.com)
NSWCHS u15s are into this years Australian Schoolboys Championship Final after a close win over NSWCCC (Photo : n broadhurst / OurFootyTeam.com)
AUSTRALIAN u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS - DAY 5 RESULTS
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After 5 days of fantastic schoolboy rugby league, we are down to the finals of the Australian u15s Schoolboys Championships, shotz to all players, we are sure its been a mad experience & heaps of fun.

Friday's big game at St. Marys Stadium is the National u15 Schoolboys Championship which will see Queensland Maroon get it on with the NSWCHS boiz, a strong & improving Victoria take on WA in the John Allen Trophy

GOOD LUCK TO ALL TEAMS !!
AUST u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 6 Fri 26 June
NSW
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JOHN ALLEN TROPHY 2015 U15's CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
VICTORIA 10 - 16 WESTERN
AUSTRALIA
TRIES : Haele Finau, Mali Le Pou
GOALS : Tira Aporo
TRIES : Devontay Tauti, Alex Harmer, Leevai Sutton
GOALS : Jaylen Tuapola 2
QUEENSLAND MAROON
30 - 10
TRIES : Geordie Brand 2, Iizaya Iti, Cory Paix, David Fifita, Ioane Seiuli
GOALS : Cory Paix
TRIES : Bronson Xerri, Michael Fahd
GOALS : Kai Broadhurst
Classic Sportswear Player of the John Allen Final:
WA 13 Trent Manihera-Paul (Thornlie Senior High School, Thornlie)
Pool A Most Valuable Player of the Championships:
Qld Maroon 10 – Geordie Brand (Keebra Park State High School, Gold Coast)
Pool B Most Valuable Player of the Championships:
WA 9 – Jackson Topine (Ellenbrook Secondary College, Ellenbrook)
AUST u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 5 Thurs 25 June
  GAME X
NORTHERN TERRITORY SOUTH AUSTRALIA
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SEMI FINAL A SEMI FINAL B
QUEENSLAND MAROON NSW
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AUST u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 4 Wednesday 23 June
WESTERN AUSTRALIA NORTHERN TERRITORY
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AUST u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 3 Tuesday 23 June
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AUST u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 2 - Mon 22 June
VICTORIA NORTHERN TERRITORY
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QUEENSLAND WHITE NSW
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AUST u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 1 Sun 21 June
SOUTH
AUSTRALIA
NORTHERN
TERRITORY
TRIES : Correy McVee
GOALS :
TRIES : Damon Duncan, Ramone Lewin 3, Trent Kurnoth, Eddie White, Peter Weez, Jake Macmillan-Lee
GOALS : Robert Campbell 2, Chance Liddy, Kiah Ryder, Jacon Lampton, Ramone Lewin
VICTORIA WESTERN
AUSTRALIA
TRIES : Nathaniel Joseph, Tira Aporo, Mali Le Pou, Tevita Ofahengaue, Antonio Sanele
GOALS : Tangata Teroi 2
TRIES : Terence Marema-Nepe, Leevai Sutton, Trent Manihera-Paul, Jaylen Tuapola
GOALS : Jaylen Tuapola 3
QUEENSLAND
MAROON
NSW
CCC
TRIES : Ioane Seiuli 3, Tanah Boyd, Jonathan Siofele Jnr, David Fifita, Tino Faasuamaleaui, Geordie Brand, David Butler
GOALS : Cory Paix 4, Jarrett Subloo, Tanah Boyd
TRIES : Joshua Boumelhem 2
GOALS :
NSW
CIS
ACT
TRIES : ax Towns, Albert Hopoate, Nathaniel Endemann
GOALS : Harry Wilson, Nathaniel Endemann
TRIES : Tom Haddad, Joel Atkins
GOALS : Charlie Woolford
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NT 4 – Ramone Lewin (O’Loughlin Catholic College, Darwin)
SA 8 – Alex Evans (Seaford High School, Seaford)
VIC 8 – Tevita Ofahengaue (Braybrook Secondary College, Braybrook)
WA 13 –Trent Manihera-Paul (Thornlie Senior High School, Thornlei)
QLD Maroon 10 – Geordie Brand (Keebra Park State High School, Gold Coast)
NSWCCC 13 – Matt Nicholson ( Redbend Catholic College, Forbes)
NSWCIS 3 – William Lockwood (St Augustine’s College, Waverley)
ACT 1 – Harley Smith-Shields (Lyneham High School)
   
Australian SchoolboysAUST u15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPS DAY 1

South Australia 4 - 52 Northern Territory
Queensland Maroon 38 - 8 NSWCCC
Western Australia 22 - 24 Victoria
ACT v CIS
** GAME 7 **
(5:00 AM FRI Syd Time)
7:00 PM Friday 19th Dec @ Toulouse
FRENCH
UNDER 18s
4 - 40 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Arthur Romano
GOALS :
TRIES : Latrell Mitchell 4, Luch Leilua, Braden Robson, Connor Cox
GOALS : Troy Dargan 5, Latrell Mitchell
HALF TIME 0 - 24
AUSSIES CUT LOOSE IN TOULOUSE
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com
The Australian Schoolboys have finished their 2014 European tour with a good 4 - 40 victory over the French National u18 team in Toulouse this morning.

MORE SOON
 
FRANCE
u18s
v AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
Etienne FERRET (Salford) 1 Connor Cox
Paul Izard (Dragons U19) 2 Braden Robson
Arthur ROMANO (Dragons U19) 3 Keenan Yorston
Vincent ALBERT (Carcassonne) 4 Latrell Mitchell
Fouad YAHA (St Esteve-XIII Catalan) 5 John Olive
Lucas ALBERT (Dragons U19) 6 Troy Dargan
Alix DA COSTA (Dragons U19) 7 Jack Cogger
Quentin QUEMENER (St Gaudens) 8 Oliver Clark
Yohan VEVE (Avignon) 9 Darryn Schonig
Lambert BELMAS (Dragons U19) 10 Jacob Liddle
Jordan DEZARIA (Dragons U19) 11 Ash Nisbet
Alexandre MICKALÉZYK (Limoux) 12 Ray Stone
Mickaël GOUDEMAND (Avignon) 13 Luch Leilua
     
Nicolas Pomié (Lescure) 14 Tom Amone
Saloty MENDY (Avignon) 15 Jayden Brailey
Franck MARIA (Dragons U19) 16 Tyrell Fuimaono
Anthony DELGADO (Carcassonne) 17 Brock Lamb
Substitute   Substitute
Bruno CASTANY (U19 Dragons)    
COACH
  COACH
Brian Battese
2nd TEST SHOULD BE A CRACKER
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com
The 2nd Test against the French National Under 18s tonight should be a cracker with some of the best footy players in Europe playing the Aussies.

French junior teams have been very strong and competitive over the past few years winning games against both the Australian Schoolboys & visiting AIS teams.

French rugby league seems to loose lots of quality players when kids turn 18/19, the French Rugby Union comes along with buckets full of Cash and pinches them, so tonights game really is the best of the French Juniors.

more soon
FRANCE VS AUSTRALIA - THE FRENCH GROUP
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The staff of Team France Under-18 (U18) unveiled the list of French youth selected to challenge their Australian counterparts (the Australian Schoolboys) this Thursday, December 18, on the lawn of Arnauné Stade des Minimes. Kick-off at 19h.

Despite losing 20-30, the U19 (under 19 years) tricolor held a candle to the Australian Schoolboys Monday (15/12), from left Catalans Dragons lair of the Gilbert Brutus Stadium (summary of the match to regain Dragons on TV, the official channel of the Catalans Dragons). Led by Olympian Valentin YESA, which was the seventh selection as captain and man of the match at the end of the meeting, then the Blues may have inspired the U18 who, before their meeting in Toulouse, now have proof that anything is possible.

They will need to be overcome if they want to compete with their opponents of the day. Indeed, the vast majority of players of that Australian selection are already under contract with a club NRL, accustomed to the best, to what is best in rugby league in that category. This is a big challenge for the young Roosters.

Composed of a large contingent of elements from the formation of the Catalans Dragons (8), as well as players already playing in Elite 1, as Fouad YAHA (St Esteve / XIII Catalan), Mickael GOUDEMAND (Avignon) and Alexandre MICKALÉZYK (Limoux), the French team still has good arguments to make. Rest now realize the hopes in it Thursday on the grounds of Arnauné facing the global benchmark.

This should be without a doubt a very high level of game that will be played at the stadium Minimes, the entrance to this event is free.

The French group: Etienne FERRET (Salford) - Paul Izard (Dragons U19), Arthur ROMANO (Dragons U19), Vincent ALBERT (Carcassonne), Fouad YAHA (St Esteve-XIII Catalan), (o) Lucas ALBERT (Dragons U19) (m) Alix DA COSTA (Dragons U19) - Quentin QUEMENER (St Gaudens), Yohan VEVE (Avignon), Lambert BELMAS (Dragons U19) - Jordan DEZARIA (Dragons U19), Alexandre MICKALÉZYK (Limoux) - Mickaël GOUDEMAND (Avignon).

Replacements: Nicolas Pomié (Lescure) Saloty MENDY (Avignon), Franck MARIA (Dragons U19), Anthony DELGADO (Carcassonne). Substitute Bruno CASTANY (U19 Dragons).
The Australian Schoolboys line up for the 1st Test v the French u19sOLIVE HAT TRICK SUCURES AUSSIE WIN IN 1st TEST
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com

The Australian Schoolboys have won their 1st match on the French leg of their 2014 European Tour with a narrow win in wet and stormy conditions largely thank to Endeavour SHS's John Olive who scored 3 tries in the 20 - 30 scoreline

The French kicked off the game at 05:30 local Sydney time.

After 6 minutes Aussie winger Connor Cox went in for the tourist, the kick went wide, 7 minutes later Center John Olive scores out wide and Connor Tracey added the 2 points.

At the 30 minute mark, the other winger Braden Robson scores for his team, the kick went wide and the aussies led 0 - 14 as they went into the shed for the break.

It didnt take long for the Aussie to get into gear in the second half and after only 4 minutes of play, John Olive is in again, Conner Tracey addes 2 points and the score moves nicely to 0 - 22

About 7 minutes later the Tricolours punch back and score through winger Bergal Ilias, Fullback Miloudi Amine has the French kicking duties adds the conversion to bring the score back to 6 - 22

At the 19th minute of the 2nd half in a great move the Tricolours put center Benjamin Jullien in for a try. Amine Miloudi kicks the coversion. French u19s 10 - 20 Aussie Schoolboys

Almost 5 minutes later Jacob Liddle pierces the defense & runs in a try for the Aussie, Brock Lamb now on kicking duties, converts, Score 10 - 26

a bit of ANZAC spirit has crept into the game, Opps one of the Aussies get to spend time in the SIN BIN

With 27 min gone, France missed that conversion, the penality was from a penality from the ruckus

Timothey Granjean scores a try for the Tricolours. Amine Miloudi misses the target.

SCORE 14 - 26 with only 10 to go

A good crowd of 1,214 lucky people are at the game, good on ya's

John Olive is in for his 3rd try after 32 minutes of the game so far for the day, kick to come - kick misses SCORE 14 - 30

The good crowd and players are in the middle of a big storm and its pelting with rain at the ground - only a minute ior so left in the 1st Test

A Superb try by Fabien Jullien on the siren give the Frenchmen a decent scoreline. Amine Miloudi converts and adds the 2 extra's.

FULL TIME - Aussie Schoolboys win 1st Test 20 - 30

MATCH REPORT & Photo's soon (We hope)

Congratulations to the Australian Schoolboys on winning the 1st Test against the French National u19s - Its been a long tour for the Australian Schoolboys, with only 1 match remaining, lets see if the Aussies can Get Foot Loose in Toulouse.

Australian Schoolboys singing 'Advance Australia Fair' b4 the 1st Test
Australian Schoolboys singing 'Advance Australia Fair' b4 the 1st Test
FRENCH
UNDER 19s
20 - 30 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Ilias Bergal, Benjamin Jullien, Timothey Granjean, Fabien Jullien
GOALS : Amine Miloudi 2
TRIES : John Olive 3, Connor Cox, Braden Robson, Jacob Liddle
GOALS : Connor Tracey 2, Brock Lamb
1/2 TIME 0 - 14
1st TEST
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com
It turns out the game kicked off at 5:30 am Local Sydney time.

Ash Nisbet has the honour of being named Catpain for the 1st Test and leads the Australian Schoolboys onto the Test arena Field

The French Kick off, we are off and running

(6 min) Connor Cox scores for the Aussies, Connor Tracey misses ahard kick

(13 min) Endeavour's John Olive dives in out wide, Connor Tracey converts,

Score France 0 - 10 Aussies

(31 min) Braden Robson is in for the Aussie, kick to come,..... misses

Score : French u19s 0 - 14 Aust Schoolboys

And thats Half Time with the Aussies in front so far in the game
French u19s 0 - 14 Australian Schoolboys

We are off in the 2nd Half, game on

(4 min) John Olive scores again, waiting for (7min) Connor Tracey to kick .......... good adds 2 pts
French u19s 0 - 20 Aust

(11 min) Tricolours score thru Ilias Bergal. Amine Miloudi kicks true
French u19s 6 - 20 Aust Schoolboys

(19 min) In a great move the Tricolours put center Benjamin Jullien in for a try. Amine Miloudi kicks the coversion. French u19s 10-20 Aussie Schoolboys

(24 min) Jacob Liddle Jacob Liddle pierces the defense & runs in a try for the Aussie, Brock Lamb now on kicking duties, converts, Score 10 - 26

Frogs pretending their hurt, looks like a bit of ANZAC spirit has crept into the game, Opps one of the Aussies get to spend time in the SIN BIN

(27 min) France missed that conversion, the penality was from a penality from the ruckus
Timothey Granjean scores a try for the Tricolours. Amine Miloudi misses the target. 14-26
SCORE 14 - 26 with only 10 to go

A good crowd of 1,214 lucky people are at the game, good on ya's

(32 min) John Olive is in for his 3rd try so far for the day, kick to come - kick misses SCORE 14 - 30

The good crowd and players are in the middle of a big storm and its pelting with rain at the ground - only a minute ior so left in the 1st Test

(40 min) Superb try by Fabien Jullien. Amine Miloudi converts and adds the 2 extra's . 20-30

FULL TIME - Aussie Schoolboys win 1st Test 20 - 30

FRANCE
u19s
v AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
Amine Miloudi 1 Latrell Mitchell
Ilias Bergal 2 Braden Robson
Mathias Soula 3 Tevita Cottrell
Benjamin Jullien 4 John Olive
Paul Marcon 5 Connor Cox
Louis Jouffret 6 Troy Dargan
Fabien Jullien 7 Connor Tracey
Valentin Yesa (c) 8 Darryn Schonig
Cristopher Denis 9 Jacob Liddle
Hadrien Domergue 10 Jacob Host
Timote Granjean 11 Luciano Leilua
Paul Seguier 12 Ash Nisbet
Laurent Castaillet 13 Ray Stone
     
Djamel Remok 14 Brock Lamb
Enzo Gauci 15 Tyrell Fuimaono
Raphael Andreucetti 16 Hame Sele
Charlie Bey 17 Oliver Clark
COACH
  COACH
Brian Battese
HELLO FRANCE
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com
The Australian Schoolboys have left England as fast as the tunnell train can go, heading on the final leg of this years Australian Schoolboys Tour.

With only 2 games left and the first of these Test Matches kicking off tonite, 5:00 AM Sydney Time in Tuesday morning.

Its such a shame that there will be no on-line coverage of the 1st Test, the Tour Management have let us all down again.

But the players & coaching staff will be working had to over come new conditions in a new Country which should be a little warmer then the UK to challenge the French U19s in the 1st Test of the 2014 Series

Go the Green N Gold !

England Academy & the Australian Schoolboys team photo after the 2nd Test
England Academy & the Australian Schoolboys team photo after the 2nd Test
OFFICIAL 2nd TEST MATCH REPORT
Story By : Dave Parkinson, Leigh Sports Village
ENGLAND ACADEMY 28

AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS 14

For much of the opening hour of this enthralling Academy international there had been little to choose on the scoreboard between the teams but England defended magnificently to deny wave after wave of Green and Gold attack before back to back tries cemented victory to make it 1-1 in the Academy International Series.

In damp conditions, the Australians coughed up possession in their opening set of six. England made them pay with a smart switch down the right which allowed London Broncos Joe Keyes and Leeds Ash Golding to hold up the defence for fellow Rhino Ash Handley to finish.

Hull halfback Jordan Abdull stepped up to convert from a tight angle and the men in red were underway – 6-0.

It was a good start for England. Handley surged down the right again on a thirty metre break to take England close and when Robbie Ward kicked a 40-20 two minutes later, it looked like it could get even better but Toby King was gang tackled into touch while a further opportunity saw the Warrington centre drift down the left only to see his pass fly into touch.

Australia seized on their chance and took a stranglehold on the game with deep kicking from Brock Lamb and Jack Cogger combined with brilliant defence that pinned England inside their own half.

England battled gamely through this period with Widnes forward Ted Chapelhow a colossus in the middle of the field but it was the Schoolboys that scored when Lamb worked an offload on the left and Latrell Mitchell grounded for his eighth tour try.

Lamb screwed his kick wide and England were finally allowed out of their half.

Warrington wing Jack Johnson was held up over the line and just when it looked like Australia had repelled the danger, Keyes sent a kick to the right corner where Jack Logan took the catch to claim a simple looking try.

Once more Australia hit straight back when Lamb again created an opportunity and Ash Nisbet scored. Despite being closer to the posts, Lamb again pulled his conversion attempt wide.

ENGLAND
ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
1 Ash Golding 9 Latrell Mitchell 8
Jack Logan 7 Connor Cox 6
Ash Handley 7 Braden Robson 6
Toby King 8 Keenan Yorston 7
Jack Johnson 8 Gideon Gela 6
Jordan Abdull 8 Brock Lamb 8
Joe Keyes 7 Jack Cogger 6
Ted Chapelhow 9 Hame Sele 7
Robbie Ward 8 Jayden Brailey 7
Tyler Dickinson 8 Tom Amone 8
Oliver Davies 8 Tyrell Fuimaono 6
Jansin Turgut (c) 8 Ash Nisbet 8
Sam Wilde 9 Ray Stone 8
Subs (All Used)   Subs (All Used)  
Luke Waterworth 8 Jacob Liddle 7
Will Maher 8 Keegan Hipgrave 6
Mikey Wood 8 Jacob Host 7
Elliot Minchella 7 Oliver Clark 7
       
Tries: Handley (2), Logan (27), Turgut (50), Ward (62), Johnson (72).
Goals: Abdull 4/5.
Tries: Mitchell (20), Nisbet (32), Liddle (55).
Goals: Lamb 1/3.
Sinbinned: Ward Sinbinned: Amone

England responded to the concession of points with a spell of pressure after the restart kick bobbled dangerously and was played at by Tyrell Fuimano from an offside position.

This led to crisp distribution from Luke Waterworth and Abdull was held up over the line. The crunching tackles continued to the break with Logan somehow avoiding a king hit between substitutes Jacob Host and Keegan Hipgrave that left Hipgrave out of action.

This gave England a short respite at a time when the likes of Chapelhow, Dickinson and Will Maher weren’t making much ground, but they held their nerve and the advantage at half-time by 10-8.

From the start of the second half Australia attacked with more vigour despite a forty metre surge from England substitute Mikey Wood but scrambling defence kept them at bay with Keenan Yorston and Nisbet going close.

Lamb threaded a kick to the ingoal area and Ash Golding put his body on the line to make sure the ball was dead before being clattered into the advertising board.

Thankfully from England’s point of view, the outstanding fullback was able to get up and shrug off the knock to play an important role in the second half.

A typical lion-hearted run from the fullback brought a penalty for the hosts and after soaking up a couple of tackles the schoolboys defence cracked and Abdull got the ball left for skipper Jansin Turgut to touchdown amid a host of bodies. Abdull goaled and England led 16-8.

Tom Amone and Hame Sele were sent back on for the Australians and began to create momentum.

Mitchell was denied at the corner but the Schoolboys kept going and Ray Stone was rewarded for a quick play-the-ball by substitute Jacob Liddle who scampered for the posts and the green and golds third try.

Lamb converted to bring it back to a two point game and just as the visitors looked set to move on, Warrington wing Jack Johnson came up with a timely intercept and thirty metre carry.

That and a great chase by Golding to force Gideon Gela to kick after the Australian had ran sixty metres helped to turn the tide into the last quarter and belief and confidence began to flow through English veins.

Sensing that the Australians were there for the taking, England Academy brought the ball down the left through Golding and King.

On the last tackle Abdull spiralled a bomb to the nights sky. King chased through only to be obstructed by Gela, but the ball bounced in England’s favour and Turgut beat two despairing tacklers before dabbing a low kick behind the goal line for Ward to score. Abdull converted and with eighteen minutes left, the men in red were 22-14 up.

Australia did fashion another chance on the back of some accurate passing but King stood up well to opposite centre Braden Robson.

Eight minutes from time, England delivered the knock out blow with King combining with Johnson on the left, and he stepped off his wing to finish superbly.

This sparked an angry confrontation ingoal which led to Ward and Amone being sinbinned but England kept their discipline and nerve thereafter to claim the spoils.

“They were just too good on the night.” Australian Schoolboys boss Brian Batesse conceded. “There were times in the second half, we got it back to two points and we had a lot of field position.

Had we been able to take our opportunities, maybe it’s a different game, but they defended magnificently during that period; held us out; and then they were able to get the next try which lifted them.”

“A couple of times people took options trying to win the game themselves. That’s something that kids have got to learn. At lower levels you go out and win games, but it gets harder the further you go.”

“I made a point of going to Ash Golding at the end. For me he was player of the series. I wished him all the best and I think we’ll be hearing more from him.”

The win pleased England Academy coach Richard Marshall. “I think the boys dug in and worked really hard, reflected on the week and on missed opportunities last week. That wasn’t the case this week.

I thought we were tough, I thought we were strong. It was a tough resolute English performance. They played for each other. If someone missed a tackle there was someone covering from the inside.”

“Our ball control was better, even though the conditions didn’t suit free-flowing rugby league but that said, I thought we exploited that and played the conditions really well.

I was impressed with our discipline. Our standards and values were good and we executed our plays a lot better.

Jordan Abdull was a constant threat on that left side and you look at Sam Wilde who has come out of nowhere, he had a really good impact for us and there was Jansin Turgut our captain, his workrate was outstanding in a team performance.”
OOOLALA
England Celebrate after historic win over Australian Schoolboys (Photo : Joe Keyes)
England Celebrate after historic win over Australian Schoolboys (Photo : Joe Keyes)
England Academy & the Australian Schoolboys team photo after the 2nd Test
England Academy & the Australian Schoolboys team photo after the 2nd Test
MORE GR8 FOTO'S SOON FROM OurFootyMates @ KT8 Photography
ENGLAND ACADEMY SCORE TOP MARKS AGAINST AUSTRALIA

England Academy 28
Australian Schoolboys 14

England Academy secured a memorable victory over the Australian Schoolboys at Leigh Sports Village, ensuring that they shared the two-Test 2014 Autumn International Academy Series.

The fiery encounter in Leigh ended with both sides stood arm-in-arm when presented the shared honours, though it was the home side that were the happiest after beating an old foe for the first time since 2010.

“That was a great response,” said Richard Marshall, after completing his first series as England Academy coach. “We were bitterly disappointed last week and this week we are the complete opposite – we are ecstatic.

“The boys got what they deserved, they worked really well this week and put in a strong performance for 80 minutes.

“They scored some really nice tries as well. The conditions were appalling, it didn’t help either team, but I think our guys defended resolutely and really worked hard for the victory.”

A bitterly cold night in Leigh was not the place to put in a lukewarm performance for an England side looking to bounce back from defeat six days prior. Perhaps buoyed by the presence of James Graham in the stands – the senior international presented match shirts to the players the day before – it was just as well that the hosts came out in red-hot form.

England needed only 75 seconds to register the game’s first try. Gifted a penalty ten metres from the Australian line, the Academy worked the game’s first set right through full-back Ash Golding, who found Ash Handley ready to take advantage of a small opening.

In England’s very next possession, Jack Logan showed strength to gain ground down the right wing, offloading smartly to Handley who cut inside to stride 30 metres before being brought down. Jordan Abdul’s grubber eventually bobbled long, but England’s early attacking intentions were clear.

Australia’s attacking threat was, as in the first game in this series, ever-present. Latrell Mitchell’s explosive power from full-back helped the Schoolboys gobble tens of metres per set, and on a number of occasions England relied on the sharp eye of man-of-the-match Golding to cut out Brock Lamb’s probing kicks.

The Schoolboys managed their own try within 20 minutes. Having elected to run a penalty 15 metres from England’s line, the Academy looked to have survived an onslaught from Ray Stone and then the equally-large Ash Nisbet, however Mitchell’s eventual inclusion in the attack proved one powerhouse too many for England, as the Sydney City Roosters man burst through to just about make the line.

From a similar position Nisbet went over on half an hour but Newcastle Knights player Lamb, finding it difficult in the blustery Lancastrian conditions, dragged his second conversion in succession wide of the sticks.

That kick could have brought the tourists level going into half time, for England had already registered their second try of the night. Joe Keyes’s kick to the right corner was met by Hull FC’s Logan who, unchallenged, plucked from the air to touch down. Abdul couldn’t add to his earlier conversion, shaving the post from a difficult touch-line kick.

The swirling sleet relented for the start of the second period but, for large parts of the second half, the Schoolboys’ attacks didn’t. Huddersfield Giants’ Mikey Wood did break through to gain nearly 40 metres, only for Mitchell to retrieve and make 20 of those straight back.

Jacob Liddle was able to dive in under the sticks – a score easily converted by Lamb – after good work from Stone in the build-up, and they would have had another soon after had Gideon Gela not run out of steam in a length-of-the-field break – Golding again came to the rescue for the Academy.

Only fleetingly were red shirts able to advance but, firstly through Jansin Turgut, England made their attacks count. Golding, lucky to still be on the field after a heavy collision with an advertising hoarding, made ground towards the left, winning the penalty from which captain Turgut was able to capitalise on.

A second foray forward resulted in a fourth try for the home side, albeit via an ounce of confusion. After Ted Chapelow was tripped chasing a high bomb, referee Tom Grant allowed play to continue and from the ensuing mêlée Leeds Rhinos’ Robbie Ward pounced.

The momentum was now with the home team, and again England found themselves ten metres out, in front of the tourists’ posts. They worked the ball left through Abdul, then Toby King, before Jack Johnson found himself in possession in the corner.

With three green and gold shirts bearing down, he skipped back inside, selling all markers the dummy, to dart over and seal a memorable win for England.

Ward and Australia’s Tom Amone each saw yellow for their parts in a brief brawl in the aftermath of England’s winning try, though the performance of referee Grant and his officials – all of the same academy age as the players – must be commended for keeping control of a match which, a number of times, threatened to boil over.

Not that this detracted from an enthralling encounter, one which has given Academy coach Marshall plenty of hope for the future.

“We had a lot of players playing injured today, and out of position – for some it was the first time they had ever played together – so, to put all that into the mix, we were really pleased.”

Attendance: 1,197
England 28 (T: Handley, Logan, Turgut, Ward, Johnson; G: Abdul 4; Yellow: Ward)

Australia 14 (T: Mitchell, Nisbet, Liddle; G: Lamb; Yellow: Amone).

** GAME 5**
England Academy & the Australian Schoolboys team photo after the 2nd Test
England Academy & the Australian Schoolboys team photo after the 2nd Test
ENGLAND
ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Ash Handley, Jack Logan, Jansin Turgut, Robbie Ward, Jack Johnson
GOALS : Jordan Abdul 4
TRIES : Latrell Mitchell, Ash Nisbet, Jacob Liddle,
GOALS : Brock Lamb
2nd TEST
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com
ENGLAND ACADEMY v AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
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KickOff 6:00AM Syd Time
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Team are lined up and signing the National Anthems

CROWD - 1,197 lucky people

Its snowing at the Leigh sports village - lol

England kick off, Aussie fumble, bit of a tussel, scrum to eng on 10 meter line

Ash Golding scores for England, kick to come 4 - 0 - the kick is good 6- 0
England intercept Cogger pass, now attacking from close, Aussies agruing with ref

aussies attacking down the middle, latrell kicks, connor cox just couldnt get there in time, england have the footy

newcastle combo lamb to cogger, kick, ball rolls in goal, ash golding recovers for england

england attacking, aussie defence stands up and smashed pommie forwards backward. its not snowing now, just raining

England attack, pass looks forward, ref didnt see it

brailey pushing forward, passes to yorston

Commentators saying England have the game by the scruff of the neck, oh yeh, we will see

20 mts from sideline, Brock Lamb lines up the kick , brock pulls the ball just wide of the right post eng 6 - 4 aus

dickinson off for eng, england attacking close, aussies D up and push ash golding over the sidelines, no try
England side step Cox, the 5 scores - eng 10 - 4 aus

brialey tries a sneaky litttle kick to get behind the pommie D, plan didnt work, good effort by aussies

aussies 1 mt out, Ash Nisbet scores for the Aussies 10 - 8 with a kick to come

lamb pulls kick to the right again, misses, score still 10 - 8
england held up, 10 meter restart, poms attacking, aussies gang tackling

bit of biff in the tackle, things go on, sneaky punch by Latrell Mitchell & gets away with it, aussies kick, yorston runs ball, tyrell runs hard, aussies going forward after 2 back to back penalities

big england player logan smashes aussie, aussie player looks like he has been knocked out, big concern,

HALF TIME England Academy 10 - 8 Aust Schoolboys

2nd HALF
Aussies kick offf, England are thru the aussie line up to 30 mtr line and spill the footy, latrell does the bolt, aussies into 2nd tackle, lamb spreads ball wide, host charges

Aussies 35 out, Jacob Host attacking, cogger pass see's aussie 15 out, tyrell runs footy to the 10, lamb finf\ds host on the inside, aussies 7 out, attck dies, Engalnd have the footy

now england have tofight their way from their own 10

England work the footy close to the aussies try line, aussie drag pom over the side line

England score 14 - 8 England skipper Jansin Turgut scores, kick is converted 16 - 8

England off side, aussie penality, tap restart on pommie 40. Aussies attacking, lamb spreads footy, jacob Liddle scores next posts

Brock Lamb converts 16 - 14
Tom Amore runs the ball, he is a big powerful unit
Aussies 10 out
and get over the line, ref says ball is held up
iddle picks up dropped ball, lamb find yorston wide, poms 2 pts in front
England get loose ball, big run sees england in try scoring position

Gideon Gela runs for the line, englands Ash Golding chases, not far to line, Gela close, tackled 3 mts out

Hame Skux is on the field, aussie cross the line, but ref pulls them

big of off the ball action, england attack, england hooker is in 20 - 14 robbbie ward scores, aussies agrue, ref pulls aussies aside for a talk - england add 2 extras 22 - 14

Fantastic try from Robbie Ward who pounces on to a chip through from Turgut. Abdull converts. Eng 22 - 14 Aus

6 mins left

Engalnd attack wide, Jack Johnson scores for England 16 - 14 with the kick - Aussie arguing, now one is in the sin bin

Toby King with a classy ball out to Jack Johnson who skips around three to slide over. Abdul converts. Eng 28 - 14 Aus.

brillaint kick by abdul sees england lead extend to 28 - 14

Siren goes, Engalnd win, England Ash Golding is the Man of the Match
2nd TEST MATCH England Academy v Aust SCHOOLBOYS
England AcademyENGLAND
ACADEMY
Australian SchoolboysAUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
Ash Golding Gideon Gela
Jack Johnson Connor Cox
Ash Handley Braden Robson
Toby King Keenan Yorston
Jack Logan Latrell Mitchell
Jordan Abdul Brock Lamb
Joe Keyes Jack Cogger
Ted Chapelhow Hame Sele
Robbie Ward Jayden Brailey
Tyler Dickinson Tom Amone
Oliver Davies Tyrell Fuiaomano
Jansin Turgut (c) Ash Nisbet
Sam Wilde Ray Stone
Luke Waterworth Jacob Liddle
Will Maher Keegan Hipgrave
Mikey Wood Jacob Host
Elliot Minchella Oliver Clark
     
HEAD COACH : Richard Marshall   HEAD COACH : Brian Battese
ENGLAND PUMPED FOR 2nd TEST
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com
England Academy head coach Richard Battese and staff have announce the England Academy team to take on the Australian Schoolboys n the 2nd test of this years series.

England have had another week together, when u concider up until 1/2 time of the 1st test, these boys had only played 40 minutes of footy togerther, the improvement in just the 2nd half showed how talented and powerful the pommie side can be.

The 2nd test should be a real cracker as the Aussie will be improving as the days fly past.

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england Academy v Aust schoolboysA QUICK CHAT WITH ENGLAND ACADEMY COACH RICHARD MARSHALL
Story & Photo's By : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.com
England Academy head coach Richard Marshall is a very busy man preparing his England team for the 2nd test - a win which will seal for England the series.

Richard took time out of his schedule today to answer a few question from OurFootyTeam
Richard Marshall England Academy head rugby league coachInterview with the
England Academy head coach
Mr. Richard Marshall
via email
thurs 11 dec - syd time

G'day Richard,
thank you for agreeing to an interview with OurFootyTeam.com
1. How long had u been head coach of the England Academy Richard & do you enjoy it?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallI have been on the England coaching pathway for several years. I am assistant coach with the England Knights ( England's reserve grade). I just been appointed Head Coach of the Academy for this test series. It's an honour and a privilege to be involved.
2. Why do you enjoy it so much ?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallI enjoy working with the group of elite young athletes. Every day we learn a bit more about each other and bond more as a group.
the players like hanging out together and are very much focused on the second test.
3. How long has this squad been together preparing for the Australian Schoolboys?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallNot long. we had 3 sessions before we came into camp on the 1st of December. Our series concludes on the 12th of december so not long really and with no pre tour games we are a little underdone.
4. Has this squad played any other matches as this squad? or is this a new England Academy Squad?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallThis is a new squad. Some of the group have represented England Youth at u16's level. we picked a 20 man squad at the end of the season and have added to that through our camp.
5. Where do your players come from? Do any of them still go to school?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallWe have players from 8 different clubs which is a fantastic achievement from our academies. They are either full time players or still studying at college. education is part of being a player and all players at SL clubs are encouraged to study alongside training and playing.
6. Is competition strong to get into the England Academy Test Squad?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallYes, we have some talented players. However we have no where near as many as you guys. in NSW alone you have around 10 times as many players playing League as we have in the whole country
7. How do players get selected? ..... Do you have national trials as the Australian Schoolboys do for selection?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallNo we select on team form and on merit. We have had selection meetings during the season but only finalised the squad at the end of the season.
We should have trials in the future or some more rep games to make sure the players are exposed to more intense games and competition.
8. Had you heard about any of the touring Australians leading up to the Australian Schoolboys tour?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallA couple of your guys were brought to our attention, it would be unfair to name them as you have such quality within your group.
9. What did you see as some of the strengths of the England academy side in the 1st Test?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallI liked the way we defended and battled back into the game. that's what makes me pleased as England coach. Our desire to never give in is important and self belief in what we are trying to achieve has to be key. We lost out on goal kicks in the end and this is disappointing - We need to practise our kicking for the coming game.
10. And the opposing question too Richard, what did u see as some of the weaknesses of the England Academy in the 1st Test? How will you address these?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallThe ruck area was key for you guys - the speed and guile around that area hurt us, we will have to be better there. i also though we didn't control your back field runners and we should address this for next game.
11. The England team had a different attitude in the 2nd half of the 1st Test, why is that?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallThey hadn't played together before so are taking time to gel. that showed in the second half and they gained in confidence. we also controlled the ball better so that also helped.
12. Which of the Australian impressed you the most & why?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallI gave the MOM to Latrell Mitchell, we felt he was a constant threat and looked a dangerous broken field runner. I also like the look of the 9 and 1
13. How have the England Academy team dealt with the close 1st Test result?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallFine, all really positive and we felt we learnt loads by the hit out - we will be better for the game next time round. we haven't changed anything from last week and are looking to improve our ball control and work harder defensively
14. The England Academy lads will certainly improve from the 1st Test Richard, why do you think your boys will win the 2nd Test?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallI hope we compete again right to the end, i don't think we have a right to win the game - we have a right to play better for each other. We would like to finish on a high and win the series, i guess Brian and his team want the same thought
15. Do you have any thing you would like to add Richard?
Interview with the England Academy head coach Mr. Richard MarshallThanks for all the guys for coming over and representing Australia with the right attitude and approach, hopefully the final game will be fitting for a final..
Aussie Schoolboys walk off the Leigh Sports Village ground with coach Brian Battese after the 1st Test
Aussie Schoolboys walk off the Leigh Sports Village ground with coach Brian Battese after the 1st Test
1st TEST MATCH REPORT

ENGLAND ACADEMY 18

AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS 22

What a bruiser of a game! Test matches are definitely back on the agenda for the Australian Schoolboys who hung on to claim victory and just finish ahead of a spirited second half from their hosts.

Guided superbly by man-of-the-match halfback Brock Lamb, with decent support from Lattrell Mitchell, John Cogger, Jayden Brailey, Hame Sele, Ash Nisbet and Nat Butcher, the Green and Golds did enough to win ahead of a largely forgettable final quarter.

The opening exchanges were typically fierce as the two packs wrestled for control. England starting props Will Maher and Tyler Dickinson were in everything while Hame Sele enhanced his already growing reputation with some thundering drives alongside Tom Amone while Ash Nisbet was a constant threat on the left.

After pinning the Australians back in their own half, a good kick-chase restricted England and Ash Golding was forced to concede a drop out.

With Brock Lamb and Jack Cogger continuing their club partnership on the international stage, the ball fizzed quickly right and the superb Latrell Mitchell swept past a defender and handed on for Gideon Gela before a timely intervention from Callum Lancaster saved a try. London Broncos scrum half Joe Keyes cleared the danger with a raking kick but it wasn’t long before the Australians were flooding forward again through Nat Butcher and the versatile Tyrell Fuimaono.

England fashioned their first chance after seven minutes when Jordan Abdul made a half break on the left and got his arms free for Nick Gregson and Oliver Gildart to combine. Lancaster unfortunately spilled the pass and the chance was lost.

Robbie Ward then conceded a penalty and this gave the Schoolboys a perfect chance to push forward. They took full advantage with Tevita Cottrell bowling his way past two players on the left corner after Mitchell created the extra man in attack.

Lamb missed the conversion but it was one of the few things that went wrong for the star halfback. Both teams went at each other again before a mistake from Gela handed another chance to England. Quick play from the scrum base and a no-look pass from Gildart created an opening for Lancaster but the Aussies chased back to deny the Hull winger.

Golding defused a towering bomb for England and they created another opportunity through middle but as the ball went loose from Jansin Turgut, Mitchell collected and hardly broke stride nor sweat to gallop ninety metres under the opposing posts for Lamb to hit his first goal and make it 10-0.

England lost Gregson to injury but forced a drop-out. They then came up with a try of their own after 31 minutes when Keyes accurately found Toby King. He in turn raced around Cottrell and supporting second row Oliver Davies scored. Jordan Abdul missed the conversion and this seemed to stir the Australians in to action.

Jayden Brailey won a penalty from dummy half and the Schoolboys didn’t look back. Although Lamb was stopped under the England posts; a quick switch right from Cogger saw fullback Mitchell show both strength and footwork to get his second try of the game after 37 minutes. Lamb again goaled and England scrambled well in the closing stages of the half as Australia threatened to over-run them.

The second half started in similar fashion, but this time it was the red shirts of England that went close. Ash Golding racing through the middle before being cut down and his pass wide was not taken cleanly.

Spotting a weakness on the Australians right, England concentrated their effort and when Abdul chipped to the corner for Lancaster to chase; Gela palmed the ball back, straight into the path of Oliver Gildart for the Wigan centre to profit. Keyes missed the conversion but England were back within touching distance after 47 minutes.

Abdul launched the left edge again a couple of minutes later with Golding supporting Lancaster for what he felt was a try, but the touch judge ruled a forward pass and the chance was lost.

Connor Cox then rose highest to claim a Lamb cross-kick at the other end, but a superb tackle from Davies prevented him from scoring.

Another crunching tackle from Davies stopped Butcher in his tracks and although England met the challenge head on with excellent defence; Australia toughed this period out.

England then fumbled, and the Schoolboys were clinical. Lamb angled a kick behind the line and Fuimaono dived through to score. The stand-off then landed the touchline conversion to stretch Australia’s advantage to 22-8 after 59 minutes.

The last twenty was where things started to go wrong and England responded gamely. A tricky kick downfield from Turgut helped to turn the tide but King could not take the ball cleanly.

Another chance went begging for England after Australia were guilty of dropping the ball but Lancaster was tackled into touch for the third time in the game after Gildart gave him an impossible pass.

At the other end tenacious defence stopped Amone when he looked set to score for the Aussies. England stuck to their guns and persistence paid off ten minutes from time when Abdul sliced through from close range. Keyes missed the conversion but a couple of late penalties again gave England territory and they struck before full-time for a fourth time when Gildart swept over for a deserved second try. This time Abdul converted to make it 18-22 but it was too little too late for England.
Brock Lamb Man of the Mach in the 1st Test against the England Academy (Photo : KT8Photography)
Brock Lamb Man of the Mach in the 1st Test against the England Academy (Photo : KT8Photography)
ENGLAND's MAN of the MATCH
Toby KING
(#4)
Nat Butcher runs thru English traffic (Photo : KT8Photography)
Nat Butcher runs thru English traffic (Photo : KT8Photography)
Tom Amore runs thru the England academy line (Photo : KT8Photography)
Tom Amore runs thru the England academy line (Photo : KT8Photography / RLPhotots.com)
Latrell Mitchell in a Red Wall v England Academy (Photo : KT8Photography)
Latrell Mitchell in a Red Wall v England Academy (Photo : KT8Photography / RLPhotots.com)
Jack Cogger show desperation in this flying tackle on the England Academy player (Photo : KT8Photography)
Jack Cogger show desperation in this flying tackle on the England Academy player (Photo : KT8Photography)
Tevita Cotrell - Smith runs hard at the England Academy line (Photo : KT8Photography)
Tevita Cotrell - Smith runs hard at the England Academy line (Photo : KT8Photography / RLPhotots.com)
Brian Battese 2014 Australian schoolboys coachOurFootyMate
Dave Parkinson Interviewed Former SCHOOLBOY & current Aussie Schoolboys coach Brian Battese after the 1st Test against the England Academy.
LISTEN TO WHAT BRIAN HAD TO SAY
AUSSIES HANG ON IN NAILBITER
The Australian Schoolboys had a fantastic first half of footy which saw them with a 12 point lead over the England Academy. ... more soon

AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS TRIUMPH IN TOUGH FIRST TEST

Two kicks separate England Academy and the Australian Schoolboys in the first match of the 2014 Autumn International Academy Series.

England Academy 18
v
Australian Schoolboys 22

Ultimately, just two kicks separated England Academy and the Australian Schoolboys in the first match of the 2014 Autumn International Academy Series.

In a fiercely-fought and physical encounter, both sides recorded four tries, with a player from each team scoring a brace – Oliver Gildart crossed twice for the Academy whilst Latrell Mitchell grabbed two first-half scores for the Schoolboys – though it was the visitors, converting three tries to England’s one, who were ultimately victorious.

Coach Richard Marshall, taking charge of England Academy for the first time, spoke in the build-up to the game of the importance for his players to put in a strong defensive performance against a powerful Australian squad which had already racked up 160 points in three tour matches.

He got exactly that, as England stood firm for large periods of the match despite some forceful attacking by the Schoolboys.

“It was a strong Test match,” said Marshall. “Obviously I was impressed with the Australian team but I was impressed with our guys as well. I thought Australia dominated the first half but in the second half we really came out strong.

“The speed of the Australians caught us a bit cold. That was our first hit out and they have had a few games prior to this match. That said, I thought defensively we were strong, we defended with some vigour and got stuck in. From a coaching point of view I was pleased with that.”

The schoolboys came out of the blocks aggressively and would have had the early score they were looking for through Mitchell had he not strayed into touch before crossing the line.

However, from their next attack, the visitors got what they were looking for. A neat move saw the Schoolboys work the ball left to Tevita Cottrell who, despite having a man available on the overlap, took on his marker and bundled his way over the whitewash.

They should have had another soon after when Ash Nisbet broke through the red-shirted England defence. He passed to Cottrell who again opted to take on his man despite the availability of an unmarked overlapping teammate, though this time England recovered.

After these early threats, England’s defence settled into a defensive solidity and were working their way into the match – looking dangerous 15 metres from the Schoolboys’ line – when Mitchell intercepted and showed immense speed and power to run in a near length-of-the-field try.

The Sydney City Roosters player scored his second right on half-time, using all of his strength to hold off numerous red shirts and stretch out an arm beyond the whitewash.

It followed what was England’s best spell of the match thus far – a dominant period spent deep in Australian territory which eventually saw Toby King, the Warrington Wolves centre, break through on the right flank, and offload to Oliver Davies to cross the line.

With the temperature hovering around freezing, England sparked into life early in the second half. Full-back Ash Golding saw a gap and scurried through the Schoolboys’ defence on halfway though 20 metres from the line, surrounded by backtracking green and gold shirts, his pass was intercepted.

However, just minutes later came a piece of luck to warm the hearts of the 1,583 fans inside the stadium as Gildart, from nothing, pounced on a loose ball inside the Australian ten to go over. It reawakened the aggressive Australians, who instantly looked to respond.

The tourists recorded their fourth try as Brock Lamb slid the ball through England’s defence for Tyrell Fuiaomano to acrobatically touch down, though England were not to surrender – from a penalty deep in Australian territory, stand-off Jordan Abdul saw a gap to power through for England’s third try of the afternoon.

It marked a period of dominance for England as through consecutive sets the Academy camped themselves ten metres from Australia’s line.

The pressure eventually told as Gildart went over for his second of the night, England’s fourth, and despite England’s change kicker Abdul converting for the first time with the game’s last kick, the Academy’s second-half fight-back fell short.

“The guys are disappointed,” said coach Marshall. “They aren’t devastated, but they are disappointed and there are a few things there that we are looking to improve.

“We need to get a bit smarter with ball in hand, to build a little bit more pressure, and if we put the game to Australia then the second Test will be a little bit different.”

** GAME 4 **
2:00 PM Friday 12 December
1:00 AM Sunday Sydney Time
ACADEMY 1st TEST - Leigh Sports Village
ENGLAND ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Oliver Gildart 2, Oliver Davies, Jordan Abdul,
GOALS : Joe Keyes
TRIES : Gideon Gela 2, Tivita Cotrell, Brock Lamb
GOALS : Brock Lamb 2
ENGLAND ACADEMY v AUST SCHOOLBOYS - 1st TEST
There is only an hoour and a half until kickoff in this the 1st Test match against the mighty England Academy.
The Engalnd Academy is a step or 2 above the tourists three practice matches and the Aussie are more than capable of adapting and adjusting, coach Battese will have been working on a game plan that will involve total ball control, dedication and team work with some brilliant Aussie play thrown in.

BACK SOON - Don't forget u can listen to the game LIVE

National Anthems sung, Ref blows time on - We're off - Go the Green n Gold

slick move by aussies, sees latrell almost score, scrum 10 out - correction, gideon gela almost in

desperate gideon tackle saves try

Tevita charges into the pommie line

Tevita Cotrell scores for the Aussies 0 - 4

Conversion misses

England 2 mts out, great d sees England loose the footy

nice run by ash nisbet, almost thru
ray stone runs the ball, passes to nat butcher and gets smashed
aussies 10 out, england kick, gideon catches and runs footy - cox almost in
cotrell smashes into line and stopped - england's d stand up, aussie waste opportunity
keenan hipgrave on tom amore off
Aussie defence hurting English boiz

Gideon Gela scores a 100 meter try 0 - 8, brock lamb converts from in front - Score 0 - 10
joe keyes has a good run looking for a way thru aussie line

England's Toby King makes the break to find Oliver Davies in support who goes over the line. Abdul misses the conversion.Eng 4 - 10 Aus - a hard conversion from sidelines bends away to miss

Cogger kick out on the full after good english pressure

Gideon Gela Mosby is in again u beauty 4 - 14 with kick to come, brock lamb adds the 2 points with a few mins in the 1st half remaining
England struggling to get out of their own 10, Aussies attacking line

Its Half Time at the Leigh Sports Village ground with the Aussies in control of the game so far, England will come out breathing fire in the 2nd half, let s see

Jayden Brailey causing Australia's go forward, lamb and cogger going great too

We're off in the 2nd Half
England have the footy and trying hard to break thru the green n gold line
ray stone gets smashed in a tackle, asuusie play the ball and the pass is ..... forward

England score 8 - 16 with a kick
coggger runs footy, unloads to a flying Tyrell Felstead Fuimaono
england intercept the ball
england make big break, lancaster runs hard get to the line, ref calls it back
brock lamb kicks the english player jump 4 the ball, and miss aussies get the ball in the inzone, cant get the ball down

Aussies attacking from 30 out, poms smash nat butcher and winds him, nat jumps up smiling
England now 30 out and attacking, aussie D standing up, bit of agro creeping in to the game
Brock Lamb scores a try and lines up the kick, .... waiting, hurry up Brock................... has a scratch .... boom 2 ore points

Correction, Brock Lamb didnt score Tyrell Fuiaomano jumps on to a kick through and grounds the ball. Lamb converts. Eng 8 - 22 Aus
England Score

England Academy score 12 - 22 with a kick, aussies not happy, a bit of push n shove, aussies reckon they didnt get the ball down, ref dont care, blows his whistle - aussies agrue on - Joe Keyes misses SCORE 12 - 22

Jordan Abdul finds the gap and goes in from close range. Keyes misses the conversion. Eng 12 - 22 Aus
England attacking, Aussies trying to hold on

England give silly penatily. Jacob Liddle trys to burst thru

Congratulations to the 1st Test Man of the Match : Brock Lamb
man of the match was close between Brock lamb, Jayden Brailey & Gideon Gela Mosby well done boiz

Not long to go, scrum down, pommie feed
England score Gilard
lol, the pom has fought back score 16 - 22 with kick
kick is good, 18 - 22 GAME OVER
CROWD : 1,583

** GAME 4 **
2:00 PM Friday 12 December
1:00 AM Sunday Sydney Time
ACADEMY 1st TEST - Leigh Sports Village
ENGALND ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES :
GOALS :
TRIES :
GOALS :
ENGLAND
ACADEMY
v AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
Ash Golding 1 Latrell Mitchell
Ash Hanley 2 Connor Cox
Oliver Gildart 3 Tyrell Fuiaomano
Toby King 4 Tevita Cottrell
Callum Lancaster 5 Gideon Gela-Mosley
Jordan Abdul 6 Brock Lamb
Joe Keyes 7 Jack Cogger
Will Maher 8 Hame Sele
Robbie Ward 9 Jayden Brailey
Tyler Dickinson 10 Tom Amone
Oliver Davies 11 Ray Stone
Nick Gregson 12 Ash Nisbet
Jansin Turgut (c) 13 Nat Butcher
Luke Waterworth 14 Jacob Liddle
Ted Chapelhow 15 Luicano Leilua
Mikey Wood 16 Keegan Hipgrave
Elliot Minchella 17 Jacob Host
TEAMS READY TO ROCK 'n' ROLL IN 1st TEST
England Academy coach Richard Marshall and Australian Schoolboys coach Brian Battese have named their 17-man squads for the first game of the 2014 Autumn Academy International Series.

The game takes place at Leigh Sports Village today with a 2.00pm kick-off. 1:00 AM Syd Time

OK, the official word from the RFL - NO LIVE STREAMING - wow

The two games won't be streamed but you can listen to the build-up and game this Saturday from 1.30pm (GMT) [12:30AM syd time] on Live Sports FM - (click the link and away u go) Live Sports FM
 
England Academy head coach Richard Marshall is looking forward to see how his group of players go against the Australian Schoolboys
Joe Keyes justin turgut oliver gilard
ENGLAND EXPECTING A PHYSICAL TEST

England Academy coach Richard Marshall is happy with the way his squad have come together this week and is preparing them for a physical battle against the Australian Schoolboys on Saturday at Leigh Sports Village (2.00pm).

The Schoolboys have already played warm-up games against an England Regional Academies team, Wigan Warriors Academy and Leeds Rhinos Academy and go into the first test with a 100 per cent record.

“I attended the Wigan and Leeds games. They were very lively and I thought the home sides made a good fist of it,” said Marshall.
“Australia are a big, powerful side. This is something we are going to have to match on Saturday.

“We will be keeping an eye on what they might throw at us down the middle. They also have some dangerous players in the outside backs that will need taking care of too.

“It’s important that we defend strongly. If they want to score then we’re going to make it very difficult for them.”

This is the squad’s first week in camp and Marshall is pleased with the way the players have bonded and taken to his style of play. He has seen some promising young talent in training and firmly believes they are on the right path to represent the first team in the future.

“The mood in camp is fantastic and we are starting to build on each other’s trust and honesty as the days go on,” said Marshall.

“There is a natural pathway for these players to progress on to the England Knights, then the Elite Training Squad and then hopefully make their debut for the England senior team. This path has been trodden and proven.

“We’re looking forward to the challenge against the Australian Schoolboys and I think it’ll be a great atmosphere at Leigh. We’ll put on a good show for all the fans.”

See the stars of the future as England Academy take on the Australian Schoolboys on Saturday 6 December at Leigh Sports Village (2.00pm). This is a pay on the door event - £5 for adults and £3 for concessions
PRACTICE DUNE N DUSTED - NOW THE TESTS
OurFootyTeam.com

The touring Australian Schoolboys have played their 3 warm up games with convincing wins against the RFL Combined Regional Academies and Wigans u19 academy while the Aussies had to fight hard to defeat the Leeds Rhinos Academy. The England Academy boasted many high caliber players like George Burgess a couple years ago and defeated the Australian Schoolboys.

The first test against the England Academy kicks off at 1:00 AM Sunday (Sydney time) and will provide the Australian with a much sterner test, which we all know the Aussies will step up MORE INFO SOON
A GREAT BIG THANX TO OurFooty Mate Dave Willaims for these great fotos - Dave has been shooting touring Aussies teams for OurFootyTeam since 2006 www.rlphotos.com
Australian Schoolboys after their win over the Leeds Rhino's u19s Academy (Photo : dave williams RLPHOTOS.COM) Australian Schoolboys & the Leeds Rhino's u19s Academy (Photo : dave williams RLPHOTOS.COM)
Australian Schoolboys after their win over the Leeds Rhino's u19s Academy(Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com) Australian Schoolboys & the Leeds Rhino's u19s Academy(Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com)
Connor Cox looking for options in the game against the Leeds U19s Academy (Photo : dave williams photography) Keenan Yorston & Ray Stone defend with a strong tackle (Photo : dave williamsrlPhotos.com)
Connor Cox looking for options in the game against the Leeds U19s Academy (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com) Keenan Yorston & Ray Stone defend with a smashing tackle (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com)
Ray Stone breaks the tackle from the leeds defender (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com) Australian schoolboys Captain ash Nesbit leads the Aussies on the famous Headingley ground (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com)
Ray Stone breaks the tackle from the leeds defender (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com) Australian schoolboys Captain Ash Nesbit leads the Aussies on the famous Headingley ground (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com)
Nat Butcher backs up well to score against Leeds Academy (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com) Gideon Gela Mosely runs 60 meters to dive in for a great try (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com)
Nat Butcher backs up well to score against Leeds Academy (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com) Gideon Gela Mosely runs 60 meters to dive in for a great try (Photo : dave williams rlPhotos.com)
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AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS WIN 3rd TOUR MATCH
The Australian Schoolboys had a tough battle with the Leed Rhinos Academy this morning at Headingley but toughed it out to win the match 24 - 38 - MORE SOON
Australian Schoolboys & the Leeds Rhinos u19 Academy
Australian Schoolboys & the Leeds Rhinos u19 Academy (Photo : Leeds Rhino's)
LEEDS RHINOS U19 ACADEMY: 24 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS: 38

In a memorable night at Headingley Carnegie the Rhinos U19 Academy took on the touring Australian Schoolboys side in their final game of the season.

The Australians looked to make an impact from the start but the young Rhinos defended well in the opening five minutes and did enough to keep their opponents from scoring.

The home side then almost got the first try of the fane as Ashton Golding powered trough but was just held up short of the line.

The visitors broke the deadlock on ten minutes through a Jacob Liddle try which Connor Tracey converted and following this they hit a dominant spell as they ran in three more tries to race out 22-0 in front. First John Olive crossed for the Australians before Keenan Yorston and Gideon Gela got another two.

After half an hour played the Rhinos showed their character to turn the one way tide and were able to force their opponents to make some errors, but they were unable to make the most of their chances.

Both teams were reduced to twelve men when tempers boiled over late in the first half which led to yellow cards for Elliot Minchella and Tyrell Fuiamaono. Soon after though the Rhinos grabbed their first try of the game after Jordan Lilley's high kick was knocked down to Ashton Golding and the full back raced over next to the posts. Lilley added the conversion to bring the score to 6-22.

The Australians responded immediately to end the half on a high when ?/ broke from half way and offloaded to Nat Butcher who was able to go over unopposed. Once again Tracey converted to stretch his side's lead to 28-6.

The Rhinos made a positive start to the second period when Ben Frankland collected a great pass from Rob Mulhern and Lilley converted to bring his side back in the game at 12-28.

The impressive Lilley then sent Tommy Brierley over for another try and then converted to bring the Rhinos closer at 18-28. The Rhinos continued to press for another opening and came close but a forward pass denied Chris Plume's side.

The Australian Schoolboys made the Rhinos pay for this lost chance when Latrell Mitchell went over. With time running out the Rhinos were able to claim a deserved try when good work from Frankland and Thomas Minns set up Josh Walters and Lilley converted to bring the final score to 24-38.
** GAME 3 **
6AM WED Syd Time
@ Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Leeds
LEEDS RHINOS ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Ashton Golding, Ben Frankland, Tommy Brieley, Josh Walters,
GOALS : Jordan Lilley 4
TRIES : Jacob Liddle, John Olive, Keenan Yorston, Gideon Gala, Nat Butcher, Latrell Mitchell, Ash Nisbet (c),
GOALS : Connor Tracey 5
Ref: J Roberts, Touch J: N Bennett, Touch J: A Haigh Reserve: B Robinson
AUSSIES PLAY LAST OF THE EASY GAMES
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Good morning, Its game day yeah! -

The touring Australian Schoolboys play what you could concider the last of their easy games before the 2 tests against the mighty England Academy.

But let not rush ourselves, today we have the Leeds Rhino's U19 Academy, the Rhinos are looking for the upset, as they should, as they have a talented squad with superleague experience and 4 or more England Academy players - MORE SOON

1st HALF
We are underway at Headingley Carnegie

Good defence from the Rhinos in the opening five minutes has ensured the Australians are unable to break through

Ashton Golding just stopped short of the tryline for the Rhinos

Jacob Liddle goes over for the opening try for the Aussies

Connor Tracey adds the conversion from in front of the posts make it 6-0 to the Australian Schoolboys

John Olive collects cross field kick from Gideon Gela and goes over for try for the visitors

Keenan Yorston extends the Australian's lead with the third try of the game

Connor Tracey adds the 2 pts

Another try for the Schoolboys as Gideon Gala races clear and Tracey converts to put us 22-0 in front with 25 minutes gone

* There must be some kind of a delay as we see no action for a few mins

Leeds are in to open the account for the day - Ashton Golding breaks through for the Rhinos first try and Jordan Lilley converts. Score now 6-22

Nat Butcher scores a try and Connor Tracey converts Score 6 - 28
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2nd HALF
Strong start for the Rhinos and Ben Frankland makes it count with a try after 43 minutes Lilley Converts 12 - 28

Tommy Brieley goes over in the corner for another Rhinos try on 46 minutes. Great kick from Jordan Lilley as he lands conversion to bring his side closer at 18-28

18 mins remaining in the Match, score is still 18 - 28

The Aussies are in again, Latrell Mitchell scores for the Aussies in the corner but the conversion is missed. Score now 18-32 with 14 mins to play

Aussie Captain Ash Nisbet extends the lead for the Australians with a breakaway try with six minutes to play - Connor Tracey kicks his 5th conversion SCORE 18 - 38

A deserved try for the Rhinos with 3 minutes to play. Josh Walters racing clear for the home side - Lilley again converts

Congratulations to Ashton Golding who has been named the Rhinos Man of the Match

GAME OVER Australian Schoolboys win 24 - 38

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Robbie Ward will captain the Rhinos against the Australian Schoolboys
Robbie Ward will captain the Rhinos against the Australian Schoolboys
** GAME 3 **
7:00 PM 02 December 6
6AM WED Syd Time

@ Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Leeds
LEEDS RHINOS ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES :
GOALS :
TRIES :
GOALS :
LEEDS RHINO'S
ACADEMY
V's
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
Ashton Golding
1
Gala Gideon
Tommy Brierley
2
Connor Cox
Thomas Minns
3
Keenan Yorston
Jack Norfolk
4
Tyrell Fuimaono
Ash Handley
5
John Olive
Liam Sutcliffe
6
Troy Dargan
Jordan Lilley
7
Connor Tracey
Robbie Mulhern
8
Darryl Schonig
Robbie Ward (c)
9
Jacob Liddle
Jordan Baldwinson
10
Tom Amone
Elliot Minchella
11
Ray Stone
Josh Walters
12
Ash Nisbet (c)
George Milton
13
Nat Butcher
Ben Frankland
14
Jayden Brailey
Mason Tonks
15
Latrell Mitchell
Sam Hallas
16
Oliver Clark
Joe Sanderson
17
Brock Lamb
Nathan Barker
18
Jacob Host
 
19
Hame Sele
 
20
Braden Robson
YOUNG RHINOS AIM FOR HISTORIC WIN

Leeds Rhinos' Academy team will look to create history when they take on the Australian Schoolboys at Headingley Carnegie on Tuesday 2nd December, kick off 7pm.

The Rhinos, who will be captained by hooker Robbie Ward, who made his Super League debut in 2014, are looking to defeat the tourists for the first time.

The team will include Mason Tonks and Jordan Baldwinson who returned to the club this season having played with New Zealand Warriors and Bradford Bulls last season and will join Featherstone Rovers in 2015.

All the players involved qualified to play in the Under 19 competition in 2014 and this game will bring the curtain down on the 2014 campaign for the Academy season. The side includes nine players who have played in Super League whilst Robbie Mulhern played for Ireland this Autumn in the European Nations Cup.

The home side will also include all four of their England Academy players, who will be part of the national squad that takes on the Australians in a two game series at Leigh Sporting Village over the next two weekends.

Skipper Ward along with Elliot Minchella, full back Ashton Golding and winger Ash Handley all get the chance to have an early look at the tourists.

Commenting on the clash, Liam Sutcliffe said, "Any time you get to play against an Australian touring side is a massive honour and we are looking forward to the game. In their entire history, they have not lost many games, probably only a handful, so we will be looking to create our own piece of history as an Under 19s team.

Quite a number of us have gone on to play in Super League but it will be great as a group to finish our Academy time together with such a prestigious game. I hope all the Rhinos fans can turn out to see the game plus the chance for all Rugby League fans to see the future stars of the Australian game is a great opportunity too."

The Australian Schoolboys have won their opening two tour games against the Combined Academies and Wigan Warriors. Admission is by a £2 donation to the Leeds Rhinos Foundation on the night with the Main Stand open for all supporters.
Australian Schoolboys after their good come from behind win over the Wigan Academy (Photo : KT8 Photography)
Australian Schoolboys after their good come from behind win over the Wigan Academy (Photo : KT8 Photography)
Nat Butcher forces his way over the try line against the Wigan Academy (Photo : KT8 Photography)
Nat Butcher forces his way over the try line against the Wigan Academy (Photo : KT8 Photography)
WIGAN WARRIORS ACADEMY 18 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS 36

Fresh from an 86-6 defeat of the Combined Regional Academies in Workington on Wednesday night, a twenty man squad was again named by Australian Schoolboys Coach Brian Batesse for this game against Academy champions Wigan Warriors at the Solid Strip Community Stadium in Orrell.

Gideon Gela, Ashleigh Nisbet, Connor Tracey and Tom Amone were all rested with Connor Cox, Troy Dragan, Ray Stone and Darryn Schonig all coming in to good effect.

This was a tough game with the hosts losing four of their starting players due to injury over the course of the encounter; and more from their replacement bench.

Early on, a landside victory looked assured for the Australians as they laid siege to the hosts try line and forced a couple of back-to-back sets on the back of intelligent kicking from halfback Brock Lamb on the back of forceful runs from the likes of prop Jacob Host and second rows Luciano Leilua and Tyrell Fuiamaono.

There was little surprise when Australia opened the scoring after eight minutes when soft hands down the left saw centre Keenan Yorston release for Connor Cox to dive in at the corner. Lamb converted superbly to hand the tourists a 6-0 advantage.

Despite looking the more organised, direct and lively on the ball with Latrell Mitchell an attacking presence, the Australians could not add to their lead and Wigan responded brilliantly when Jamie Doran jinked past four players in a twenty metre individual try by the posts, leaving halfback partner Jake Shorrocks the chance to strike the first of three goals.

A penalty and forty-twenty kick saw Wigan pile on the pressure and Doran turned provider, kicking low for centre Oliver Gildart to pounce for a second home try after 24 minutes.

Again Shorrocks goaled. Wigan then lost a couple of players to injury but continued to get the ball wide with good defence twice denying Liam Marshall before the winger limped off.

His replacement Josh Woods added a third Wigan try in the 33rd minute after Lewis Tierney and Gildart created space but he too was forced to leave the field. That try went unconverted but a fourth penalty to the hosts saw Shorrocks take the two points and ensure an 18-6 advantage over the tourists.

The second half saw Australia emerge with a different mindset and good defence twice denied the Junior Kangaroos with Braden Robson ganged into touch and Doran somehow held up an on-rushing Ray Stone after Leilua was similarly denied on the left.

Eventually Australia found a way through when Mitchell packed down on a scrum ten metres from the Warriors line before scooping up and picking his way through for Lamb to narrow the deficit at 18-12.

An all-in brawl twenty minutes from time breathed new life into the contest. Tevita Cottrell (Australia) and Macauley Davies (Wigan) were given their marching orders while Jacob Liddle who was at the centre of the initial furore was sinbinned.

Knowing that Wigan had lost another forward, the Schoolboys pushed forward through the middle with renewed vigour. Replacements Oliver Clark and Hame Sele set the platform with Nat Butcher not far behind.

This tactic succeeded in drawing the defence in and a quick switch down the left saw the classy Mitchell release at the right second for Yorston to go in and improve the angle for another successful Lamb conversion.

The Warriors lost another replacement in Jack Wells and the Aussies powered their way upfield for Butcher to plough under the posts for their fourth try to put the visitors in front for the first time after 64 minutes.

Trailing by six points, Wigan hit the afterburner on attack with Gildart haring down the wing only for a magnificent cover tackle by Mitchell to deny the hosts.

Three minutes later the tourists went down the ground again after Sele won the ball in a one-on-one steal for the ball to go left once more for Yorston to go in from Dragan’s floated pass.

At 30-18 the game looked done; but Fuiamaono had other ideas with a good individual try from thirty metres as he danced and spun though two tackles on his way to the line, allowing Lamb the chance to land his sixth goal and make it a second win for the Australian Schoolboys by 36-18.
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Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography) Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography)
Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography) Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography)
Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography) Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography)
Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography) Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography)
Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography) Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography)
Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography) Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography)
Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo's : HT8 Photography) Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo's : HT8 Photography)
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Wigan's Jake Shorrocks runs at the Aussie line
Wigan's Jake Shorrocks runs at the Aussie line
Wigan Academy u19s v Australian Schoolboys 29 nov (Photo : HT8 Photography)
** GAME 2**
WIGAN WARRIORS ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Jamie Doran, Oliver Gildart, Josh Woods
GOALS : Jake Shorrocks 3
TRIES : Keenan Yorston 2, Connor Cox, Latrall Mitchell, , Nat Butcher, Tyrell Fuimaono
GOALS : Brock Lamb 6
Ref: S Mikalauskas, Touch J: J McMullen, Touch J: J Jones, Reserve: J Smith
     
Lewis Tierney 1 Latrell Mitchell
Liam Marshall 2 Braden Robson
Oliver Gildart 3 John Olive
Liam Forsyth 4 Keenan Yorston
Gabriel Fell 5 Connor Cox
Jamie Doran 6 Brock Lamb
Jake Shorrocks 7 Jack Cogger
Ryan Sutton 8 Jacob Host
Luke Waterworth 9 Jayden Brailey
Joe Bretherton 10 Keegan Hipgrave
Nick Gregson 11 Luciano Leilua
Rob Lever 12 Tyrell Fuiamaono
Kyle Shelford 13 Nat Butcher
Josh Woods 14 Troy Dragan
MacCauley Davies 15 Jacob Liddle
Brad Lawrence 16 Ray Stone
Kieron Sherratt 17 Tevita Cottrell
Max Dudley 18 Darryn Schonig
Josh Ganson 19 Hame Sele
Jack Wells 20 Oliver Clarke
HALF TIME 18 - 6
Referee - S. Mikalauskas
Attendance: 1,239
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AUSTRALIANS BOUNCE BACK TO BEAT VALIANT WARRIORS

Result from the Solid Strip Community Stadium - 12.15pm kick off

Match Report

Wigan Warriors Academy went down 36-18 to the Australian Schoolboys this afternoon in a pulsating game at the Solid Strip Community Stadium.

Roared on by the hugely vociferous home crowd, tries from Jamie Doran, Oliver Gildart and Josh Woods plus three goals from Jake Shorrocks gave the Warriors a well-deserved 18-6 lead, but the tourists roared back and eventually won 36-18 as injuries took their toll for the Warriors.

Matty Peet was boosted by having his four England Academy players available, Peet named as strong a side as possible with Lewis Tierney, Jamie Doran and Ryan Sutton all starting.

The game began in brutal fashion with numerous big hits being put in by both sides, and penalties being swapped. Despite inspired Warriors defending from a drop out, it was the tourists who scored first in the 10th minute with Connor Cox touching down in the corner on the last tackle, Brock Lamb converted to make it 6-0.

Wigan, wearing their new Academy Kit for the first time, fought back as great defence forced an Australian knock on, and Jamie Doran brilliantly weaved his way through the visitors rear guard to score under the posts. Jake Shorrocks added the extras to level the game at 6-6 in the 21st minute.

The momentum was with Wigan now and after a fantastic Jamie Doran 40 / 20 kick gave them field position, Oliver Gildart grounded an equally great Doran grubber kick in the 26th minute to give the home side the lead. The Solid Strip Community Stadium was bouncing now and Jake Shorrocks converted again to make it 12-6.

The Cherry and Whites then broke away on the left hand side eventually forcing the tourists to knock on; this territory was exploited by the Warriors as Josh Woods slid in to score with his first touch in the corner following a great passing move. Shorrocks was unsuccessful with the difficult conversion so it stayed 16-6 with five left to half time.

A late tackle by the visitors in the 38th minute gave Wigan a penalty deep in the Australian half; Jake Shorrocks kicked the points to make it 18-6 at the interval.

The Australians thundered out of the blocks after the break and it was more amazing Warriors defending to keep them scoreless for a quarter of an hour. However the pressure eventually told with Latrell Mitchell running in under the posts in the 56th minute, Brock Lamb converted to make it 18-12.

Minutes after the score, tempers flared between both teams with a brawl breaking out in the middle of the pitch, meaning Tevita Cottrell and MacCauley Davies were sent off, with Jacob Liddle also sin binned for Australia.

After the game restarted, the tourists were again next on the score sheet with Keenan Yorston touching down after a flowing passing move on the left hand side. Lamb again added the extras to make it level once more at 18-18 to ensure a gripping last 17 minutes.

The visitors then took the lead with Nat Butcher barging over and Lamb again converting to make it 24-18. This lead was extended with Connor Cox grabbing his second try of the game in the corner, and Lamb's brilliant conversion made it 30-18 with the game into its last ten minutes.

Tyrell Fuiamaono then ran twenty metres to touch down for the final time for the Australians with Lamb adding his fifth conversion making the final score 36-18 to the visitors. The final whistle signalled a standing ovation for both sides from the incredible support at the Solid Strip Community Stadium, thus showing Wigan is a truly special Rugby League Town.
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** GAME 2**
12:00 PM Sat 29 Nov @ Solid Strip Community Stadium, Orrell, Wigan
WIGAN WARRIORS ACADEMY
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Jamie Doran, Oliver Gildart, Josh Woods
GOALS : Jake Shorrocks 3
TRIES : Keenan Yorston 2, Connor Cox, Latrall Mitchell, , Nat Butcher, Tyrell Fuimaono
GOALS : Brock Lamb 6
Ref: S Mikalauskas, Touch J: J McMullen, Touch J: J Jones, Reserve: J Smith
GAME DAY - ITS WAR WITH THE WARRIORS
The Australian Schoolboys match against The Wigan Warroirs u19s has been delayed because of traffic .

Looks like a grey overcaste sky, can't be too warm there at Wigan game is due to start at 11:15 PM syd time

Australia started the game with fire and made a few critical errors which the Wigan boiz were able to capitalise on running in 3 converted 1st half tries,

While the Aussies could only score through debutant connor Cox, All Saints College Maitalnds, Brock Lamb is deadly and hungry for points when kicking slotted it in for a half time score of 18 - 6 to the Wigam Academy.

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Wigan Warriors U19's v Australian Schoolboys Wigan Warriors u19s huddle b4 the game against the Australian Schoolboys
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Matty Peet has said his side are privileged to face the Australian Schoolboys
Matty Peet has said his side are privileged to face the Australian Schoolboys
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A PRIVILEGE TO HOST SCHOOLBOYS - PEET

Wigan Warriors Under 19's Head Coach Matty Peet has said his side are privileged to face the Australian Schoolboys as he prepares his team for this Saturday's game (12pm).

Ahead of the eagerly anticipated clash of academy players from both sides of the World, Peet commented:

"The history and prestige of the Australian Schoolboy's side makes it an honour to play them.

You only have to look at past Schoolboy players who have represented the Kangaroos to see their fantastic Rugby League pedigree."

The Grand Final winning Coach was quick to cite the Warriors equally rich tradition saying: "Our Club also has a fantastic history. I have shown my team videos of the amazing World Club Challenge wins, so they know what representing Wigan means.

Because of the heritage involved on both sides, I think there is more to this weekend's game than just winning.

"Although Saturday will be a huge challenge, I think it is about our performance, there are certain levels expected when pulling on a Wigan shirt, and my players know they need to do themselves justice.

If they can step up against the Australians then it shows Shaun Wane they are capable of playing in the first team."

The Academy side will don their new Academy Kit for the first time, a new idea that will see the Academy team wear a different strip to that of the First Team. Matty said: "I'm a big fan of the new kit and think it is a great idea for the players to ‘earn their stripes' and to get to wear the famous Cherry and White shirt once they get into the first team."

A strong crowd is expected for the game with Peet saying: "We have had some brilliant support this year and I know the fans will create another incredible atmosphere to welcome the Australians and show that Wigan is a truly special place to play Rugby League."

Tickets for the clash will be available on the day costing £5 for adults and £3 for concessions. 2015 season Ticket Holders are reminded they must pre-book tickets for the game to gain free entry, tickets must be obtained from the DW Stadium Ticket Office by 5pm Friday.

Fans are also reminded that parking will not be available on site at the Solid Strip Community Stadium; however a limited number of disabled parking spaces will be reserved. These are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis by contacting the Ticket Office. Free general parking will be available on Winstanley College.

Read more at http://www.wiganwarriors.com/
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Australia's Schoolboys and the England Combined Academies after the match (Photo : Gary McKeating / Workington Town)
Australia's Schoolboys and the England Combined Academies after the match (Photo : Gary McKeating / Workington Town)
AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS TOO GOOD FOR RFL ACADEMIES

The Australian Schoolboys have kicked of the 2014 European tour by ripping right into the RFL Regional Academies side running in a amazing 16 tries to record a respectable 6 - 86 victory Man of the Match Brock Lamb conntributed with a personal tally of 22 points

Good on ya BOIZ!!

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Acquanis College's Jayden Brailey heads to the try line v's Combined Regional Acqademies (Photo : Gary McKeating)
Acquanis College's Jayden Brailey heads to the try line v's Combined Regional Acqademies (Photo : Gary McKeating)
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS MAKE WINNING START

The Australian Schoolboys kicked off their tour of England and France with a comprehensive victory over the England Combined Regional Academies at Derwent Park, Workington on Wednesday evening.

Leeds Rhinos U19s will take on the Australian Schoolboys at Headingley Carnegie on Tuesday 2nd December, kick off 7.30pm. Entrance is a £2 donation with the Main Stand only open.

Sydney Roosters centre Latrell Mitchell picked up a hat-trick of tries to add to a brace of tries each from Brock Lamb (Newcastle Knights) and Tevita Cottrell (South Sydney Rabbitohs).

Nine other Australian players got on the scoresheet with Workington Town full-back Theerapol Ritson scoring the Academy team's only try of the evening.

Despite the defeat, Combined Regional Academies coach Dave Clark said there were plenty of positives to take out of the game which saw the North West, North East and Midlands Academies combine for an historic fixture.

"I can't fault the boys at all," said Clark. "There were a lot of positives. We had two great camps and they gave their best.

"There were no heads down and no fault in effort at all. Our bench players wanted to get back on the field, which was pleasing to see.

"They could have easily sit down and not bothered, so it shows the character of the players and they were really keen to get out there and have this experience.

"Our two props were 17-years-old, we had players from the Midlands and North East which are regions which are not famous for Rugby League.

"But this is what the regional Academies are all about. It's a big achievement for them. We are reaching our targets with players going on to play at a higher level.

"It's something the players will never forget, it was a great opportunity for them to play against the Australian kids.

"And it's a great reward for the three regions to come together and make history playing a game against a touring side."

Australia took an early lead 6-0 lead through Lamb before Ritson replied as he was fastest to react to his own grubber kick on the last tackle.

The Academies faced a major setback as captain Brandon Moore of Castleford Tigers was forced off with an ankle injury after just four minutes and any momentum the home side wanted to build on was short-lived as Australia scored quick-fire tries to go ahead once more.

Cottrell scored twice with Jayden Brailey, Jack Cogger, Mitchell and John Olive adding to their tally to make it 38-6 at half-time.

Hame Sele scored in the first few minutes of the second half as the Schoolboys limited any opportunities for the Academies to gain any sort of foothold.

Lamb picked up his second of the evening and this was quickly followed by Mitchell's second and third tries as the centre completed his hat-trick.

Substitute Jacob Liddle, full-back Gideon Gela, Keegan Yorston, Joe Hambley and Nat Butcher each added tries to cap what was a dominant Schoolboys display.

The Schoolboys will face Wigan Warriors Academy on Saturday November 29 at Solid Strip Community Stadium, Wigan, and Leeds Rhinos Academy at Headingley Stadium, Leeds on Tuesday December 2.

They will then play England's Academy in two Test fixtures at Leigh Sports Village, Leigh on Saturday December 6 and Friday December 12 before travelling to France to play two fixtures to end their tour.
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
(school and professional club in brackets)
Theerapol Ritson (Cumbria, Workington, Ellenborough Rangers)
Joseph Hambley (Cumbria, Barrow, Ulverston)
Shane Toal (Cumbria, Barrow, Ulverston)
Hanley Dawson (Cumbria, Gloucester All Golds, Millom)
Lewis Davey (North East, Gateshead, Cramlington Rockets)
Alexander Bielby (North East, Durham Tigers)
Jordan Johnstone (Cumbria, Kells)
Ben Gray (Midlands, London Broncos, Leicester Storm)
Brandon Moore (Cumbria, Castleford Tigers, Ellenborough Rangers)
Sam Luckley (North East, Gateshead, Walton Eagles)
Daniel Bleek (North East, Gateshead, Peterlee Pumas)
Matt Davies (Midlands, London Broncos, Leicester Storm)
Calum Farrer (Cumbria, Wath Brow Hornets).
Interchange
Dylan Bale, Midlands (Coventry Bears, Leicester Storm)
Lewis Thompson (North East, Cramlington Rockets)
Trae O'Sullivan (Midlands, Coventry Bears)
Patrick Hargreaves (North East, Whitley Bay Barbarians)
Zach Clark (North East, Gateshead, Jarrow Vikings)
Gideon Gela (Kirwan State High School Townsville QLD, North Queensland Cowboys)
Braden Robson (St Francis Xavier College Hamilton NSW, Newcastle Knights)
Tevita Cottrell (Patrician Brothers College Blacktown NSW, South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Latrell Mitchell (Marist College Pagewood NSW, Sydney City Roosters)
John Olive (Endeavour Sports High School Caringbah NSW, South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Jayden Brailey (Acquinas Catholic College Menai NSW, Cronulla Sharks)
Brock Lamb (St Mary's College Maitland NSW, Newcastle Knights)
Luciano Leilua (Endeavour Sports High School Caringbah NSW, St George-Illawarra Dragons)
Jack Cogger (Mackillop Catholic College Warnervale NSW, Newcastle Knights)
Oliver Clark (Terra Sancta College Schofields NSW, Penrith Panthers)
Tom Amone (The Hills Sports High School Seven Hills NSW, Parramatta Eels)
Hame Sele (Kingsgrove High School Kingsgrove NSW, St George-Illawarra Dragons)
Ashleigh Nisbet (St Gregory's College Cambeltown NSW, Cronulla Sharks)
Interchange
Connor Tracey (Woolooware High Woolooware NSW, Cronulla Sharks)
Jacob Liddle (Wadalba Community School Wadalba NSW, West Tigers)
Tyrell Fuimaono (Patrician Brothers College Blacktown NSW, Parramatta Eels)
Nat Butcher (Macellin College Randwick NSW, South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Keegan Hipgrave (Palm Beach Currumbin State High School Palm Beach QLD, Brisbane Broncos)
Keenan Yorston (Wavell State High School Wavell Heights QLD, Cronulla Sharks)
Jacob Host (De la Salle College Revesby Heights NSW, St George Illawarra Dragons)
England Combined Regional Academies 6 (T: Ritson; G: Johnstone 1), Australian Schoolboys 86 (T: Lamb 2, Cottrell 2, Brailey, Cogger, Mitchell 3, Olive, Sele, Liddle, Gela, Yorston, Tracey, Butcher; G: Lamb 8, Leilua 2, Host 1).
Attendance: 561
Australia - u little beauty Australian Schoolboys Celebrate after the 1st Win of the Tour
Australian Schoolboys Celebrate after the 1st Win of the Tour
Australian Schoolboys Celebrate with the RFL Combined Academies boiz after the 1st Win of the Tour
Australia - U Little Beauty Australian Schoolboys Celebrate with the RFL Combined Academies boiz after the 1st Win of the Tour
Aussie schoolboys cheering with Photographer Gary McKeating (Photo : Gary McKeating / Workington Town) Australian Schoolboys line up before battle with RFL COMBINED ACADEMIES
Aussie schoolboys cheering with Photographer Gary McKeating (Photo : Gary McKeating / Workington Town) Australian Schoolboys line up before battle with RFL COMBINED ACADEMIES
COMBINED REGIONAL ACADEMIES
6 - 86 AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Theerapol Ritson
GOALS : Jordan Johnstone
TRIES : Latrell Mitchell 3, Brock Lamb, Tevita Cottrell 2, Jayden Brailey, Jack Cogger, John Olive, Hame Sale, Jacob Liddle, Keenan Yorston, Connor Tracey, Nat Butcher
GOALS : Brock Lamb 8, Luciano Leilua 2, Jacob Host
Ref: C Campbell, Touch J: J Barr, Touch J: D Yeomans, Reserve: L Moore
HALF TIME : 6 - 38
ENGLAND COMBINED REGIONAL CADEMIES
v AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
Theerepol Ritson 1 Gideon Gela
Joseph Hambley 2 Braden Robson
Shane Toal 3 Tevita Cottrell
Hanley Dawson 4 Latrell Mitchell
Lewis Davey 5 John Olive
Alex Bielby 6 Jayden Brailey
Jordan Johnstone 7 Brock Lamb
Ben Gray 8 Luciano Leilua
Brandon Moore 9 Jack Cogger
Sam Luckley 10 Oliver Clark
Daniel Bleek 11 Tom Amone
Matthew Davis 12 Hame Sele
Callum Farrer 13 Ashleigh Nisbet
Dylan Bale 14 Connor Tracey
Lewis Thompson 15 Jacob Liddle
Trae Sullivan 16 Tyrell Fuimaono
Paddy Hargreaves 17 Nat Butcher
Zach Clark 18 Keegan Hipgrave
  19 Keenan Yorston
  20 Jacob Host
 
Australian Schoolboys line up before their 1st game of the 2014 tour
Australian Schoolboys line up before their 1st game of the 2014 tour
SQUADS NAMED FOR TONIGHT'S GAME

TOP TALENT ON DISPLAY AT DERWENT PARK
England Combined Regional Academy have named an 18-man squad for the opening match of the Australian Schoolboys' tour at Derwent Park, Workington on Wednesday November 26 (6.30pm).

The England squad is drawn from players involved with the RFL's three regional Academies in Cumbria, the North East and the Midlands, many of whom have already secured contracts with First Utility Super League, Kingstone Press Championship and League 1 clubs.

England Combined Regional Academy coach Dave Clark is impressed with the way the team has prepared for this game and come together in such a short space of time.

The squad will be testing themselves against some of the best young Australian talent who are signed to NRL clubs such as Brisbane Broncos, Sydney City Roosters and 2014 Grand Final winners South Sydney Rabbitohs.

"The lads have completed two intensive weekend training camps in Sheffield ahead of this game," said Clark.

"The camps were tough and the lads handled it well. They have adapted really well with the limited time we have had together. They've picked up our playing philosophies quickly and everyone has shown fantastic attitudes towards everything we have asked them to do.

"The players are ready and now it's time to test ourselves against some of Australia's most promising young talent.

"We welcome the Australian Schoolboys to Cumbria and hope that they and everyone else involved in this game have an enjoyable experience."

The England squad for the 2014 Autumn Academy International Series is as follows (regional Academy, professional club and community club in brackets):

Theerapol Ritson (Cumbria, Workington, Ellenbourgh Rangers)
Joeseph Hambley (Cumbria, Barrow, Ulverston)
Shane Toal (Cumbria, Barrow, Ulverston)
Hanley Dawson (Cumbria, Gloucester All Golds, Millom)
Lewis Davey (North East, Gateshead, Cramlington Rockets)
Alexander Bielby (North East, Durham Tigers)
Jordan Johnstone (Cumbria, Kells)
Ben Gray (Midlands, London Broncos, Leicester Storm)
Brandon Moore (Cumbria, Castleford, Ellenbourgh Rangers)
Sam Luckley (North East, Gateshead, Walton Eagles)
Patrick Hargreaves (North East, Whitley Bay Barbarians)
Matt Davies (Midlands, London Broncos, Leicester Storm)
Calum Farrer (Cumbria, Wath Brow Hornets)
Dylan Bale, Midlands (Coventry Bears, Leicester Storm)
Lewis Thompson (North East, Cramlington Rockets)
Trae O'Sullivan (Midlands, Coventry Bears)
Daniel Bleek (North East, Gateshead, Peterlee Pumas)
Zach Clark (North East, Gateshead, Jarrow Vikings)

Australian Schoolboys coach Brian Battese has named the following 20-man squad (school and professional club in brackets):

Gideon Gela (Kirwan State High School Townsville QLD, North Queensland Cowboys)
Braden Robson (St Francis Xavier College Hamilton NSW, Newcastle Knights)
Tevita Cottrell (Patrician Brothers College Blacktown NSW, South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Latrell Mitchell (Marist College Pagewood NSW, Sydney City Roosters)
John Olive (Endeavour Sports High School Caringbah NSW, South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Jayden Brailey (Acquinas Catholic College Menai NSW, Cronulla Sharks)
Brock Lamb (St Mary's College Maitland NSW, Newcastle Knights)
Luciano Leilua (Endeavour Sports High School Caringbah NSW, St George-Illawarra Dragons)
Jack Cogger (Mackillop Catholic College Warnervale NSW, Newcastle Knights)
Oliver Clark (Terra Sancta College Schofields NSW, Penrith Panthers)
Tom Amone (The Hills Sports High School Seven Hills NSW, Parramatta Eels)
Hame Sele (Kingsgrove High School Kingsgrove NSW, St George-Illawarra Dragons)
Ashleigh Nisbet (St Gregory's College Cambeltown NSW, Cronulla Sharks)
Connor Tracey (Woolooware High Woolooware NSW, Cronulla Sharks)
Jacob Liddle (Wadalba Community School Wadalba NSW, West Tigers)
Tyrell Fuimaono (Patrician Brothers College Blacktown NSW, Parramatta Eels)
Nat Butcher (Macellin College Randwick NSW, South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Keegan Hipgrave (Palm Beach Currumbin State High School Palm Beach QLD, Brisbane Broncos)
Keenan Yorston (Wavell State High School Wavell Heights QLD, Cronulla Sharks)
Jacob Host (De la Salle College Revesby Heights NSW, St George Illawarra Dragons)
WHO ARE THE COMBINED ACADEMIES & ARE THEY READY FOR AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS?
To get a bit of an idea who the Schoolboys are actually playing tonight, OurFootyTeam asked Paul Medley RFL National Player Development Manager who the Combined Academies are?

The "Combined Regional Academies" as it's a representative team of all three academies who operate at the RFL from the North East, Cumbria and the Midlands.

Paul, are there any players we should keep our eyes on ?

Quite a few of the players have been picked up with the championships clubs of London Broncos, Workington, Whitehaven, Barrow, Gateshead and Coventry and this will be there last game for the regions as they have now left the programme, with one player Brandon Moore (hooker) securing a full time contract with Super League outfit Castleford Tigers.

Thanx Paul we look forward to hearing more from you after the game - the game kicks off at 05:30 am Sydney time Thursday morn.
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RFL COMBINED REGIONAL ACADEMIES ANNOUNCE TEAM TO PLAY AUSSIE SCHOOLBOYS

The RFL Cumbria Academy have announced an exciting young squad to take on the might of the touring Australian Schoolboys team tomorrow night.

This will be Australian Schoolboy Coach Brian Battese first game as head coach of thisteam and with a plane full of talent, his decision to pick the starting side will be difficult as all the boiz are training the house down.

OurFootyTeam is hoping to hear some news of Wednesday Nights opposition tonight (Syd time) from OurFootyMate Dave from the RFL
CUMBRIA REGIONAL ACADEMY   AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
1. Theerepol Ritson
2. Joseph Hambley
3. Shane Toal
4. Hanley Dawson
5. Lewis Davey
6. Alex Bielby
7. Jordan Johnstone
8. Ben Gray
9. Brandon Moore
10. Sam Luckley
11. Daniel Bleek
12. Matthew Davis
13. Callum Farrer
14. Dylan Bale
15. Lewis Thompson
16. Trae Sullivan
17. Paddy Hargreaves
18. Zach Clark
v Gideon Gela
Braden Robson
Tevita Cottrell
Latrell Mitchell
John Olive
Jayden Brailey
Brock Lamb
Luciano Leilua
Jack Cogger
Oliver Clark
Tom Amone
Hame Sele
Ashleigh Nisbet
Connor Tracey
Jacob Liddle
Tyrell Fuimaono
Nat Butcher
Keegan Hipgrave
Keenan Yorston
Jacob Host
The 2015 Academy squad in full is
Harry Boyes
Ben Brady
Charlie Brown
Harvey Hallas
Ryan Jones
Josh Jordan-Roberts
Conner Sunderland
Jack Wray (all U17 players)
Nathan Barker
Thomas Brierley
Nyle Flynn
Ashton Golding
Sam Hallas
Danny Halmshaw
Jonny Holmes
Jordan Lilley
Billy McDermott
Jack Norfolk
Joe Sanderson
Matty While
(all U18 players)
Ben Frankland
Ash Handley
George Milton
Elliott Minchella
Robbie Ward (all U19 players)
RHINOS ACADEMY SET TO TAKE ON THE BEST AT HOME AND ABROAD


Leeds Rhinos Head of Youth Development Simon Bell believes the 2015 Academy squad will be well positioned for the new campaign as they look to challenge their rivals from across the Pennines.

The Rhinos U19s will take on the Australian Secondary Schools on Tuesday 2nd December, kick off 7pm, at Headingley Carnegie as they continue their preparations for the new season and Bell believes the experience gained last year by Chris Plume's U19 side will stand them in good stead.

Looking ahead to that clash, which is the only time that Yorkshire based fans will get to see the touring side, Bell commented, "The game against the Australian High Schools will be a great test for us and a good benchmark for the progress we are making in pre-season.

When you look at the history of the Australian Schoolboys sides, some of the great names of our game have played for that team down the years.

The current squad includes the younger brother of current Kangaroo Michael Jennings and the son of former prop Paul Sironen.

"The Rhinos Academy players have been training hard in pre-season under the guidance of Dr Ben Jones and we have been able to double the amount of contact time we have with them.

We have put in place extra training early in the morning and on the evenings and they have responded well.

With the possible addition of first team squad members like Liam Sutcliffe, Jordan Baldwinson and Mason Tonks amongst others, we are excited about the prospect of taking on the Australians," added Bell.

Chris Plume's U19 side have produced some notable wins over the last few years against their rivals from the other side of the Pennines however it has been Wigan, Warrington and St Helens who have taken the honours in recent seasons at Academy level.

Bell is clear that progression in the senior ranks is the priority at junior level for Leeds however he believes the 2015 squad will be able to challenge as well.

He added, "Last year we had six players graduate to the first team which is a great barometer for how our development programme is going.

We have also been able to help those who have not been retained for next year to find a path to continue their development.

Brad England has gone to Salford, Ben White to Swinton, Jordan Harper to Featherstone and Matty Stableford is on trial at Bradford whilst Dan Grange has opted to return to Rugby Union and is combining that with his studies at Leeds Beckett University.

"The average age of our matchday squad last season was 17.6 and we will probably be under 18 once again this year. However, there is an exciting mix of players in our Academy squad next season made up of eight U17 players, 12 U18 players and just five U19 players.

Rob Burrow and Carl Ablett, who coached last season's Under 16s side speak highly of the prospects for those lads going forward plus we are always keen to give players who missed out originally on the scholarship pathway in the game the chance to show they can make it.

Jack Norfolk is a great example of that. As a youngster he was on Salford's Scholarship but he is a Leeds lad and we spotted him playing for East Leeds U17s last season. He came in at the back end of the year and made such an impression that he earned a contract for next season," added Bell.

Bell also confirmed that the U19s will play home and away games against Catalans Dragons next season having travelled to France last season on a pre-season trip and found the experience beneficial for player development.

The games are likely to be curtain raisers to the coinciding Super League matches between the sides.
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Warriors Academy To Face Australian Schoolboys
Wigan Warriors Academy players celebrating earlier
Wigan Warriors Academy players celebrating earlier
WARRIORS ACADEMY TO FACE AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
Story & Photo By : Warriors Staff

Wigan Warriors Academy will face the Australian Schoolboys on Saturday 29 November (12:00pm) at the Solid Strip Community Stadium, Orrell as part of their UK Tour.

Fresh from their 2014 Grand Final victory over Warrington Wolves, Matty Peet's side will host the tourists in their second game of the five match tour. Commenting on the game Matty Peet said:

"We are delighted to be able to test ourselves against the best young talent Australia has to offer. The team proved that they are the best in this country by way of their Grand Final success and this should be a huge test for all of them.

"We will be working hard to make sure we are well prepared for this game. We will have to be ready to put in a great performance as we will be facing an excellent team."

The game is one of three warm up games ahead of the Australian Schoolboys facing England in two international games with Wigan's Jake Shorrocks, Luke Waterworth, Nick Gregson and Oliver Gildart all being called up to the national team ahead of the internationals.

2015 Season Ticket Holders that have renewed by the time of the fixture will be admitted for free, however with demand expected to be high fans are asked to get their tickets in advance for the game from the DW Stadium Ticket Office.

Matty added: "We had some bumper crowds at Orrell last season and I'm sure we can expect another great turnout by the Wigan fans who can get that rugby fix during the off season with this mouth-watering clash, I for one cannot wait!"

Tickets for the clash are available from the DW Stadium Ticket Office, the Ticket Hotline 0871 66 33 552 or via Warriors eTickets costing £5 for adults and £3 for concessions.

Fans are advised that parking will not be available on site at the Solid Strip Community Stadium; however, 20 disabled parking spaces will be reserved. These are available free of charge on a first come, first served basis by contacting the Ticket Office.

Read more at http://www.wiganwarriors.com/
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ENGLAND SQUAD
The England squad for the 2014 Autumn Academy International Series is as follows (professional club and community club shown):
Ash Golding, Leeds Rhinos, Oulton Raiders
Ash Handley, Leeds Rhinos, Stanley Rangers
Callum Lancaster, Hull FC, East Hull
Elliot Minchella, Leeds Rhinos, West Bowling
Jack Johnson, Warrington Wolves, Saddleworth Rangers
Jake Shorrocks, Wigan Warriors, Wigan St Patricks
Jansin Turgut, Hull FC, West Hull
Joe Keyes, London Broncos, Medway Dragons
Jordan Abdul, Hull FC, Skirlaugh
Liam Johnson, Huddersfield Giants, Newsome Panthers
Luke Waterworth, Wigan Warriors, Ince Rose Bridge
Mikey Wood, Huddersfield Giants, Slaithwaite Saracens
Nick Gregson, Wigan Warriors, Wigan St Patricks
Oliver Davies, St Helens, Orrell St James
Oliver Gildart, Wigan Warriors, Wigan St Patricks
Robbie Ward, Leeds Rhinos, Oulton Raiders
Sam Wilde, Warrington Wolves, Shevington Sharks
Ted Chaplehow, Widnes Vikings, West Bank Bears
Toby King, Warrington Wolves, Meltham All Blacks
Tyler Dickinson, Huddersfield Giants, Siddal
TOUR MATCHES
Wigan Warriors Academy v Australian Schoolboys, Saturday November 29 2014
(Solid Strip Community Stadium, Orrell, Wigan, 12.00pm)

Leeds Rhinos v Australian Schoolboys,
Tuesday December 2 2014
(Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Leeds, 7.00pm)

Autumn Academy International Series Game One, England v Australian Schoolboys,
Saturday December 6 2014,
(Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, 2.00pm)

Autumn Academy International Series Game Two

England v Australian Schoolboys,
Friday December 12 (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, 7.00pm)

Monday 15 December
GAME 1 France Under 19
Perpignan

Thursday 18 December
GAME 2 France Under 18
Toulouse
ENGLAND SQUAD NAMED FOR AUTUMN ACADEMY INTERNATIONAL SERIES
Story By : Engalnd RL

England have named a 20-man squad to face the Australian Schoolboys in a two-game Autumn Academy International Series at Leigh Sports Village in December.

Eight Super League clubs are represented in the squad, which features four players from Wigan Warriors, four from Leeds Rhinos, three from Hull FC, three from Warrington Wolves, three from Huddersfield and one apiece from London Broncos, Widnes Vikings and St Helens.

England Academy coach Richard Marshall says some tough decisions were made when agreeing on the final 20 and is pleased to see so many clubs represented in the final squad.

“All coaches involved made the decision on the squad with an eye on the opposition and what we needed to compete against them,” said Marshall.

“Several players included were from outside of the initial 40-man squad, most notably Joe Keyes, Jordan Abdull, Liam Johnson and Sam Wilde. Their form and in some cases first team representation warranted inclusion.

“Players were selected from all over the country and it's encouraging that so many different academies are included within the group.

“It's our job to get them playing as a team and supporting each other throughout our camp. Ultimately our goal is for the players to push on to the Knights programme and then on to full representative honours.”

Marshall is expecting a physical test against the Australian Schoolboys in December but will be mainly looking at how the England squad comes together in camp and how they prepare themselves for the International Series.

“We expect them to be strong, professional and talented,” said the England Academy coach.

“We will be concentrating more on the England boys and how they handle being in camp and playing for their country. It's a massive honour to play for your country and we hope they embrace this and enjoy the experience.

“We'll come together in November to have good look at the players. Anyone who performs well in practice and shows passion, leadership and desire will be in with a good shout of making that final 17-man squad.

“We're looking forward to the Autumn Academy International Series and at a time during the off-season when very few competitive games are being played we hope to get a passionate English crowd behind us.”

The Australian Schoolboys will begin their campaign on Wednesday November 26 (6.30pm) against a Combined Regional Select squad at Derwent Park, Workington, Cumbria.

Their full tour schedule is as follows:

Wigan Warriors Academy v Australian Schoolboys, Saturday November 29 2014 (Solid Strip Community Stadium, Orrell, Wigan, 12.00pm)

Leeds Rhinos v Australian Schoolboys, Tuesday December 2 2014 (Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Leeds, 7.00pm)

Autumn Academy International Series Game One, England v Australian Schoolboys, Saturday December 6 2014, (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, 2.00pm)

Autumn Academy International Series Game Two, England v Australian Schoolboys, Friday December 12 (Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, 7.00pm)

The England squad for the 2014 Autumn Academy International Series is as follows (professional club and community club shown):

Monday 15 December – GAME 1 France Under 19 - Perpignan

Thursday 18 December – GAME 2 France Under 18 - Toulouse
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The 2014 Australian Schoolboys (Photo : Howe Photography)
The 2014 Australian Schoolboys
(Photo : Howe Photography)
2014 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS TEAM ANNOUNCED
OurFootyTeam.com
The 2014 Australian Schoolboy squad has been selected today after the Schoolboy Championships in Darwin.

The 24 man squad will be touring Europe & the Uk in November & December this year ending with games against the mighty England Academy.

The NSW Combined Catholic Colleges dominate with 12 players in the Australian Schoolboys squad this year after outstanding performances by the NSWCCC boiz over the entire Schoolboys Carnival in Darwin.
2014 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
#   PLAYER STATE SCHOOL
1 Tom AMONE  - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Tom AMONE NSW CHS The Hills Sports High School
2 Jayden BRAILEY - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Jayden BRAILEY NSW CCC Aquinas Catholic College, Menai
3 Nat Butcher 2014 Australian Schoolboy Nat BUTCHER NSW CCC Marcellin College, Randwick
4 Oliver Clark -  2014 Australian Schoolboy Oliver CLARK NSW CCC Terra Sancta College, Schofields
5 Jack Cogger  - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Jack COGGER NSW CCC Mackillop Catholic College, Warnervale
6 Tevita COTTRELL 2014 Australian Schoolboy Tevita COTTRELL NSW CCC Patrician Brothers' College, Blacktown
7   Connor COX QLD Morayfield State High School, Sunshine Coast
8 Troy Dargan  - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Troy DARGAN NSW CIS Knox Grammar School, Wahroonga
9 Regan Grieve - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Tyrell FUIMAONO NSW CCC Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown
10 Gideon GELA - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Gideon GELA QLD Kirwan State High School, Townsville
11 Keegan Hipgrave - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Keegan HIPGRAVE QLD Palm Beach Currumbin State High School, Gold Coast
12 jacob host  - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Jacob HOST NSW CCC De La Salle College, Revesby Heights
13 Brock Lamb - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Brock LAMB NSW CCC All Saints – St Marys Campus, Maitland
14 Luciano Leilua - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Luciano LEILUA NSW CHS Endeavour Sports High School, Caringbah
15 Jacob Liddle - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Jacob LIDDLE NSW CHS Wadalba High School, Wadalba
16 Latrell Mitchell - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Latrell MITCHELL NSW CCC Champagnat College, Pagewood
17 Ashleigh NISBET - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Ashleigh NISBET NSW CCC St Gregory's College, Campbelltown
18 John Olive - 2014 Australian Schoolboy John OLIVE NSW CHS Endeavour Sports High School, Caringbah
19 Braden Robson - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Braden ROBSON NSW CCC St Francis Xaviers College, Hamilton
20 Darryn SCHONIG - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Darryn SCHONIG QLD Kirwan State High School, Townsville
21 Hame Sele - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Hame SELE NSW CHS Kingsgrove High School, Kingsgrove
22 Ray STONE - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Ray STONE NSW CIS Wollondilly Anglican College, Wollondilly
23 Connor TRACEY - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Connor TRACEY NSW CHS Woolooware High School, Woolooware
24 Keegan Yoston - 2014 Australian Schoolboy Keenan YORSTON QLD Wavell State High School, Brisbane
         
  Brian Battese 2014 Australian schoolboys coach Brian Battese NSW CCC St Johns Woodlawn, Lismore
COACH : Brian Battese, NSWCCC, St Johns Woodlawn, Lismore

Team Manager: Kort Goodman, QSSRL, St Marys College Toowoomba
Trainer: Damon Rehbein, QSSRL, Kirwan State High School
Physiotherapist: Ben Heidenreich
ASSRL Executive Officer: Phil Beecher, Canberra High School, ACT

The team will play seven games in both England and France.

Wednesday 26 November – GAME 1 – Cumbria Regional Academy, Whitehaven
Saturday 29 November – GAME 2 – Wigan Superleague Academy , Wigan
Tuesday 2 December – GAME 3 - Leeds Superleague Academy, Headingley, Leeds
Sunday 7 December – ACADEMY 1st TEST - Doncaster (tbc)
Friday 12 December – ACADEMY 2nd TEST - Leigh Sports Village
Monday 15 December – GAME 1 France – venue to be confirmed
Thursday 18 December – GAME 2 France – venue to be confirmed

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NSWCCC 2014 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOY U18 CHAMPIONSHIPS
NSWCCC 2014 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOY U18 CHAMPIONSHIPS (Photo : Howe Photography)
Bailey SIRONEN & Tyrell FUIMAONO hold up the 2014 ASSRL Championship Cup (Photo : Howe Photography)
Bayley SIRONEN & Tyrell FUIMAONO hold up the 2014 ASSRL Championship Cup (Photo : Howe Photography)
NSWCCC U18 SCHOOLBOY WORLD CHAMPIONS

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HOWE PHOTOGRAPHY

The NSW Combined Catholic Colleges are the 2014 Australian u18 Schoolboy Champions.

NSWCCC charged out of the gate scoing a quick 17 unanswered 1st half points, but were out scored by a furious second half by the NSWCHS Boiz to hang on for a 19 - 10 victory.

MORE SOON & the 2014 Australian Schoolboy Team announcement

NSW CCC - 19

TRIES : Jack Cogger, Latrell Mitchell, Cowan Epere
GOALS : Brock Lamb 3
F/GOALS : Brock Lamb

Defeated

NSWCHS

TRIES : Luciano Leilua, John Olive
GOALS : Sione Katoa

PLAYER OF THE CHAMPIONSHIPS :
Tevita Cottrell

NSWCCC 4 (Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown)

STATE TEAMS MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS

ACT 5 Sione Afenui Erindale College, Wanniassa
CAS 13 Benedict Halfpenny Hallam Senior College, Hallam,. Victoria
NSWCCC 6 Brock Lamb All Saints College, St Marys Campus , Maitland
NSWCHS 7 Connor Tracey Woolooware High School, Woolooware
NSWCIS 9 Luke Astorini St Philips Christian College, Port Stephens
Queensland 15 Keegan Hipgrave Palm Beach Currumbin State High School
NSWCHS's Connor Tracey heading for the try line against the Queensland u18 schoolboys (Photo : HOWE PhotoGraphy)
NSWCHS's Connor Tracey heading for the try line against the Queensland u18 schoolboys (Photo : HOWE PhotoGraphy)
Connor Tracey & CHS teammate Jayden Walker will be playing against fellow Cronulla Sharks Players Ash Nesbit & Jayden Brailey in todays Final
MATE v's MATE IN BATTLE FOR WORLD u18 SUPREMECY
ourfooty media

Its mate v's mate as two NSW side battle for supremacy in today Australian Schoolboy National final in Darwin.

NSWCHS fought hard to hold of a storming Queensland in the Semi final and will need all their strengthand skills to over come a red hot NSWCCC team.

There will be some excellent battles in all positions on the field for there are Australian Schoolboy jumpers on line and a tour of France & the Uk in November as well as being Australian Schoolboy Champions.

In other games today, CAS play NSWCIS (4:00 PM) and the Queensland boiz get another opportunity against a good ACT side (5:15 PM), the final kicks off at 6:60 PM

Plenty of action photo's soon, mean while check out Rods Photos at HOWE PHOTOGRAPHY
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AUSTRALIAN U18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS - DAY 1 RESULTS IT'S AN ALL NSW U18 FINAL
Its an all NSW final in this years Australian Schoolboys u18 Final on Friday in Darwin, NSWCCC smashed CAS 66 - 6 to blast into the Schoolboy final and NSWCHS were too good in the 1st half and held on to make the final 28 - 14 defeating the Queensland Schoolboys
2014 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOY U18 CHAMPIONSHIP
 
nswccc NSW
CCC
19 - 10
TRIES : Jack Cogger, Latrell Mitchell, Cowan Epere
GOALS : Brock Lamb 3
F/GOALS : Brock Lamb
TRIES : Luciano Leilua, John Olive
GOALS : Sione Katoa
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH


30:11 END OF 2ND HALF 10 - 19
29:19 - (H2) NSWCCC Brock Lamb, Goal 10 - 19
20:49 - (H2) NSWCHS John Olive, Try 10 - 17
08:25 - (H2) NSWCHS Sione Katoa, Goal 6 - 17
07:10 - (H2) NSWCHS Luciano Leilua, Try 4 - 17
00:00 START OF 2ND HALF 0 - 17

31:28 END OF 1ST HALF 0 - 17
31:12 - (H1) NSWCCC Brock Lamb, FieldGoal 0 - 17
29:04 - (H1) NSWCCC Brock Lamb, Goal 0 - 16
28:57 - (H1) NSWCCC Cowan Epere, Try 0 - 14
14:54 - (H1) NSWCCC Latrell Mitchell, Try 0 - 10
04:51 - (H1) NSWCCC Brock Lamb, Goal 0 - 6
03:26 - (H1) NSWCCC Jack Cogger, Try 0 - 4
00:00 START OF 1ST HALF 0 - 0

NSW CCC NSW CHS
1 Latrell Mitchell
2 Christian Crichton
19 Braden Robson
4 Tavita Cottrell
3 Robert Jennings
6 Brock Lamb
7 Jack Cogger
8 Ofa-Ki-Samisoni Hala
10 Jacob Host
9 Jayden Brailey
11 Tyrell Fuimaono
12 Ash Nisbet
18 Nat Butcher
20 Oliver Clark
14 Nathan Cleary
16 Cowan Epere
17 Jamie Hill
5 Tyrone May
15 Jake McNamara
13 Bailey Sironen
19 Dave Sheridan
5 John Olive
2 Johnathan Tufuga
4 Haimona Hiroti
3 Jesse Ramien
6 Nick Hynes
7 Connor Tracey
13 Taealoaloa Tom Amone
20 Valima Teupua
9 Ali Allouche
11 Luciano Leilua
12 Jayden Walker
10 Hame Sele
18 Liam Coleman
16 Darcy Cox
14 Matthew Jurd
1 Sione Katoa
17 Jacob Liddle
15 Jayden Okunbor
8 Joseph Ratuvakacereivalu
4.00 pm
 
nswcccCAS 46 - 22 nswcisNSW
CIS
TRIES : Connor Donehue, Paula Fifita 2, Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, Falcon Peni, Abel Shirley, Kiam Fletcher
GOALS : Jake Johan 6, Falcon Peni
TRIES : Hayden McWilliam 2, Thomas Angel, Luke Astorini
GOALS : Hayden McWilliam 2, Raymond Stone
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH


CAS NSW CIS
1 T Thomas
2 W Boshoff
15 A Vaka
4 A Manu
5 A. Masoe
6 J. Taunoa-Brown
7 Jake Johan
10 Paula Fifita
17 E Tuilotolava
9 Connor Donehue
3 S Defiddes
12 H O'Brien
13 B Halfpenny
19 A Campbell
18 Michael Fifita
8 Kiam Fletcher
14 Falcon Peni
16 Able Shirley
20 R Turner
11 J Tutagalevao
1 E Ansell
5 J. Fuimaono
2 B Marks
4 B Burns
13 B. Jorgensen
6 T Dargan
7 H McWilliam
8 E Faatui
11 K Madden
9 Luke Astorini
12 Z Cardassilaris
3 R Stone
14 Tom Angel
19 R Afele
18 J Brown
16 B Davis
15 H McCarthy
17 L Murray
20 D Petelo
10 W Ryan
5:15 PM
 
Queensland Maroon
QLD
50 - 6 act
ACT
TRIES : Connor Cox 4, Logan Spaander, JJ Felise, Keenan Yorston, Jordan Kenworthy, Ethan Page, Joshua Tuilagi
GOALS : Logan Spaander 2, Braydon McMahon, Michael Molo

TRIES : J White

GOALS : J White

PLAYERS OF THE MATCH


QLD ACT
19 Connor Cox
5 J Tuilagi
3 Ethan Page
4 Keegan Yorston
6 J Fauid
14 Logan Spaander
16 Kurt De Luis
15 K Hipgrave
9 J Scott
11 R Grieve
12 Michael Molo
13 Jordan Kenworthy
18 B Dee
8 Jj Felise
7 Braden McMahon
2 Gideon Mosby-Gela
17 K Palasia
20 E Roberts
10 Darryl Schonig
1 Nick Cotric
15 B Loughhead
18 S Mills
19 J Thomas
4 J White
6 G House
7 J Hickson
5 S Afemui
10 L Tupuola
14 A Lucas
11 D Afemui
13 K Going
8 J Aiono-Fatu
12 D Fuka
3 J Lyons
2 M Mapiou
9 J Martin
17 M Martin
16 D Prior
20 D Solofa
AUSTRALIAN U18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY 4 DRAW & RESULTS
DAY 4 Wednesday 9 th July 2014
Semi Final 2
6:05 PM @ Goodline Stadium
Queensland Maroon
QLD
14 - 28
TRIES : Kalyn Ponga, Darryn Schonig, Keenan Yorston
GOALS : Logan Spaander
TRIES : Jayden Walker, Nicholas Hynes, Luciano Leilua, Connor Tracey, Jesse Ramien
GOALS : Nick Hynes 4
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH


 
Semi Final 1
4:50 PM @ Goodline Stadium
nswcccCAS 6- 66 nswccc NSW
CCC

TRIES : T.Fuimaono

GOALS : Jacob Host

TRIES : Brock Lamb, Tevita Cottrell, Robert Jennings, Tyrell Fuimoano, Jake McNamara, Jacob Host, Nat Butcher, Braden Robson, Bayley Sironen, Nathan Cleary, Latrell Mitchell
GOALS : Brock Lamb 10
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH


 
Game X
3:30 PM @ Goodline Stadium
actACT 16 - 14 nswcisNSW
CIS

TRIES : Nikola Cotric, Adam Lucas, David Fuka

GOALS : John White 2

TRIES : Thomas Angel, Troy Dargan

GOALS : Hayden McWilliam 2, Thomas Angel

PLAYERS OF THE MATCH


 
CAS CCC
1 Tyler Thomas
2 W. Boshoff
5 A. Masoe
3 S. Defiddes
4 A. Manu
6 J. Taunoa-Brown
7 J. Johan
10 Paula Fifita
8 Kiam Fletcher
9 Connor Donehue
12 H. O'Brien
11 J. Tutagalevao
13 Benedict Halfpenny
19 A. Campbell
18 Micheal Fifita
14 Falcon Peni
16 A. Shirley
17 E. Tuilotolava
20 R. Turner
15 A. Vaka
1 Latrell Mitchell
2 Christian Crichton
19 Braden Robson
4 Tavita Cottrell
3 Robert Jennings
6 Brock Lamb
7 Jack Cogger
8 Ofa-Ki-Samisoni Hala
10 Jacob Host
9 Jayden Brailey
11 Tyrell Fuimaono
12 Ash Nisbet
18 Nat Butcher
20 Oliver Clark
14 Nathan Cleary
16 Cowan Epere
17 Jamie Hill
5 Tyrone May
15 Jake McNamara
13 Bailey Sironen
QLD CHS
19 Conner Cox
5 Josh Tuilagi
3 Ethan Page
4 Keegan Yorston
6 Joshua Fauid
14 Logan Spaander
16 Kurt De Luis
15 Keegan Hipgrave
9 Jordan Scott
11 Regan Grieve
12 Michael Molo
13 J. Kenworthy
18 Brayden Dee
8 Jj Felise
7 Brayden McMahon
2 Gideon Mosby-Gela
17 Keegan Palasia
20 Ethan Roberts
10 David Schonig
19 Dave Sheridan
5 John Olive
2 Johnathan Tufuga
4 Haimona Hiroti
3 Jesse Ramien
6 Nick Hynes
7 Connor Tracey
13 Taealoaloa Tom Amone
20 Valima Teupua
9 Ali Allouche
11 Luciano Leilua
12 Jayden Walker
10 Heme Sele
18 Liam Coleman
16 Darcy Cox
14 Matthew Jurd
1 Sione Katoa
17 Jacob Liddle
15 Jayden Okunbor
8 Joseph Ratuvakacereivalu
ACT CIS
1 Nick Cotric
15 B. Loughhead
18 S. Mills
19 J. Thomas
4 J. White
6 G. House
7 J. Hickson
5 S. Afemui
10 L. Tupuola
14 Adam Lucas
11 D. Afemui
13 K. Going
8 J. Aiono-Fatu
12 David Fuka
3 J. Lyons
2 M. Mapiou
9 J. Martin
17 M. Martin
16 D. Prior
20 D. Solofa
1 E. Ansell
5 J. Fuimaono
2 B. Marks
4 B. Burns
13 B. Jorgensen
6 Troy Dargan
7 Hayden McWilliam
8 E. Faatui
11 K. Madden
9 L. Astorini
12 Z. Cardassilaris
3 R. Stone
14 Thomas Angel
19 R. Afele
18 J. Brown
16 B. Davis
15 H. McCarthy
17 L. Murray
20 D. Petelo
10 W. Ryan
POOL A
nswchs
Queensland Maroon
nswccc
NSWCCC QSSRL NSWCCC
POOL B
act
nswccc
nswcis
ACT CAS NSWCIS
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AUSTRALIAN U18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY 3 DRAW & RESULTS
DAY 3 Tuesday 8 July 2014
5:30 PM KICK OFF @ Goodline Stadium
24 - 6 actACT
TRIES : Dave Sheridan 2, John Olive, Jayden Walker, Johnathan Tufuga,
GOALS : Nick Hynes 2
TRIES : J. Aiono-Fatu

GOALS : John White
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NSWCHS

ACT
CHS ACT
   
? PM KICK OFF @ Goodline Stadium
Queensland Maroon QLD 30 - 12 nswcccCAS
TRIES : Logan Spaander 2, Braydon McMahon, Keegan Hipgrave, Ethan Page,
GOALS : Logan Spaander 5
TRIES : Connor Donehue, Falcon Peni
GOALS : Jake Johan, Falcon Peni
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
QLD

CAS
QLD CAS
19 Connor Cox
5 Josh Tuilagi
3 Ethan Page
4 Keegan Yorston
6 Joshua Fauid
14 Logan Spaander
16 Kurt De Luis
15 Keegan Hipgrave
9 Jordan Scott
11 Regan Grieve
12 Michael Molo
13 J. Kenworthy
18 Brayden Dee
8 JJ Felise
7 Braydon McMahon
2 Gideon Mosby-Gela
17 Keegan Palasia
20 Ethan Roberts
10 Darryn Schonig
1 Tyler Thomas
2 Willem Boshoff
5 Arana Masoe
3 Samuel Defiddes
4 Amanaki Manu
6 Jamayne Taunoa-Brown
7 Jake Johan
10 Paula Fifita
8 Kiam Fletcher
9 Connor Donehue
12 Hayden O'Brien
11 Jeretz Tutagalevao
13 Benedict Halfpenny
19 Alec Campbell
18 Melvin Fifita
14 Falcon Peni
16 Abel Shirley
17 Eddy Tuilotolava
20 Rikki Turner
15 Apuanea Vaka
DAY 4 Wednesday 9 th July 2014
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AUSTRALIAN U18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPSDAY 2 RESULTS
DAY 2 - Monday 7 July
Queensland Maroon QLD 54 - 0 nswcisNSW
CIS
TRIES : J Tuilagi, Hayden Hipgrave 2, Ethan Roberts, Keenan Yorston, Brayden Dee, Gideon Mosby-Gela, Jj Felise, D Schonig, ,
GOALS : L Spaander 6, Ethan Roberts
TRIES :

GOALS :
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
QLD

NSWCIS
QLD NSWCIS
   
nswccc NSW
CCC
48 - 6 actACT
TRIES : Latrell Mitchell 3, Brock Lamb, Bailey Sironen, Tyrell Fuimaono, Tavita Cottrell, Jake McNamara, Jamie Hill
GOALS : Brock Lamb, Nathan Cleary 3

TRIES : John White

GOALS : John White

1/2 TIME NSWCCC 20 - 6 ACT
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NSWCCC

ACT
NSWCCC ACT
   
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AUSTRALIAN U18 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS
DAY 1 RESULTS
DAY 1 - Sunday 6 July
4:00 PM @ Goodline Stadium 6:15 PM @ Goodline Stadium
nswcccCAS 28 - 16 nswcisNSW
CIS
TRIES : Hayden O'Brien, Jake Johan, Tyler Thomas, Benedict Halfpenny, Jamayne Taunoa-Brown, Paula Fifita,
GOALS : Jake Johan, Falcon Peni 2

TRIES : Jarred Brown, Jahmarley Fuimaono, Hayden McWilliam

GOALS : Hayden McWilliam, Raymond Stone

PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
CAS

NSWCIS
CAS NSWCIS
5 A. Masoe
2 W. Boshoff
1 Tyler Thomas
3 S. Defiddes
4 A. Manu
6 J. Taunoa-Brown
7 Jake Johan
10 Paula Fifita
8 Kiam Fletcher
9 Connor Donehue
12 Hayden O'Brien
11 J. Tutagalevao
13 Benedict Halfpenny
19 A. Campbell
18 Michael Fifita
14 Falcon. Peni
16 Able Shirley
17 E. Tuilotolava
20 R. Turner
15 A. Vaka
1 E. Ansell
5 Jahmarley Fuimaono
2 B. Marks
4 B. Burns
3 Raymond Stone
6 T. Dargan
7 Hayden McWilliam
8 E. Faatui
10 W. Ryan
9 L. Astorini
12 Z. Cardassilaris
11 K. Madden
13 B. Jorgensen
19 R. Afele
14 T. Angel
18 Jarred Brown
16 B. Davis
15 H. McCarthy
17 L. Murray
20 D. Petelo
nswccc NSW
CCC
22 - 10

TRIES : Ash Nisbet, Latrell Mitchell, Braden Robson, Jake McNamara

GOALS : Brock Lamb 3

TRIES : Luciano Leilua, Dave Sheridan

GOALS : Nicolas Hynes

PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NSWCCC

NSWCHS
NSWCCC NSWCHS
9 Jayden Brailey
20 Oliver Clark
14 Nathan Cleary
7 Jack Cogger
2 Christian Crichton
16 Cowan Epere
11 Tyrell Fuimaono
8 Ofa-Ki-Samisoni Hala
17 Jamie Hill
10 Jacob Host
3 Robert Jennings
6 Brock Lamb
5 Tyrone May
15 J. McNamara
1 Latrell Mitchell
12 Ash Nisbet
19 Braden Robson
13 Bailey Sironen
1 Sione Katoa
5 John Olive
2 Johnathan Tufuga
4 Haimona Hiroti
3 Jesse Ramien
6 Nick Hynes
7 Conner Tracey
8 Joseph Ratuvakacereivalu
10 Hame Sele
9 Ali Allouche
11 Luciano Leilua
12 Jayden Walker
13 Taealoaloa Tom Amone
18 Liam Coleman
16 Darcy Cox
14 Matthew Jurd
17 J. Liddle
15 Jayden Okunbor
19 Dave Sheridan
20 Valima Teupua
2014 AUSTRALIAN Under 15 Merit Team
POS TEAM # PLAYER SCHOOL
1 Qld Maroon 1 Regan Baker Ignatius Park College, Townsville
2 Qld Maroon 5 Jake Lines Murrumba Secondary College, Brisbane
3 NSWCHS 3 Tuimavave Afualo Westfields Sports High School
4 NSWCHS 4 Kytak Chan Westfields Sports High School
5 NSWCHS 1 Junior Moaga Hills Sports High School
6 NSWCHS 6 Brandon Wakeham Westfields Sports High School
7 Qld Maroon 7 Dray Ngatuere-Wroe Marsden State High School
8 Qld Maroon 8 Payne Haas Keebra Park State High School
9 NSWCHS 9 Luke Huth Hunter Sports High School
10 Qld Maroon 10 Jayden Bishop Murrumba Secondary College
11 NSWCCC 12 Joshua Curran Patrician Brothers College
12 Qld Maroon 12 Lochlyn Sheldon Aquinas College, Gold Coast
13 Qld White 13 Konrad Edwards Coombabah State High School
 
AUSTRALIAN U15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS FINALS DAY
ourfooty media

The Queesnsland Maroons have smashed fellow Queenslanders Queensland White in the Final of this years National 15 years Schoolboy Championships in a 6 tries to 1 romp.

Western Australia have won the John Allen Trophy defeating the boiz from the Northern Territory.

NSWCHS finally got their act together in the playoff game hitting 50 points against an improving ACT side .

NSWCCC played well in this years Schoolboys Championships and finished the competition with a strong 40 - 16 win over NSWCIS


ASSRL 15s - RESULTS & Scorers DAY 5 - Thurs 26 th June
GAME 1 GAME 2
nswcccNSW
CCC
40 - 16 nswcisNSW
CIS
TRIES : Bailey Fitzgerald 2, William Lawson, Joshua Curran, Robert Afu, Justin Bleakley, Max Bryant
GOALS : Zac Lomax 3, Justin Bleakley 2, Max Bryant

TRIES : Nathaniel Endemann, Tyrone Taukamo, Keiren Mundine

GOALS : Harry Wilson 2

PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NSWCCC

NSWCIS
NSWCCC NSWCIS
18 S. Brooks
4 Z. Lomax
2 Z. Nuttall
1 R. Afu
3 J. Bleakley
6 M. Burey
19 B. Fitzgerald
11 J. Langi
16 W. Lawson
14 C. Wilson
8 J. Cronin
12 J. Curran
20 M. Bryant
17 J. Delailoa
13 Z. Elsley
15 D. Fifita
5 C. Graham
9 L. Jones
7 A. Rizk
10 J. Talamaivao
1 T. Katoa
5 J. Allan
2 M. Lehmann
3 N. Endemann
4 T. Taukamo
6 M. Dunk
20 H. Wilson
8 I. Esera
15 C. Prince
9 J. Griffin
11 L. Mcwilliam
12 M. Morgan
13 S. Vaivelata
18 S. Arcella
10 T. Bowditch
19 F. Lussick
14 K. Mundine
17 L. Papaliitele
7 N. Smith
nswchsNSW
CHS
50 - 6 actACT
TRIES : Tuimavave Afualo 2, Haze Dunster, Mawene Hiroti, Alex Seve, Kytak Chan, Brodie Nielsen, Junior Moaga, Luke Huth, Pele Junior Vaigulu
GOALS : Brandon Wakeham 4, Tuimavae Afual

TRIES : Liam Oakley

GOALS : Liam Oakley

PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NSWCHS
9 Luke Huth
(Hunter Sports High School, Gateshead)
ACT
NSWCHS ACT
5 M. Hiroti
2 H. Dunster
13 B. Nielsen
3 T. Afualo
4 K. Chan
6 B. Wakeham
7 A. Seve
8 O. Kaufusi
18 E. Rogers Smith
9 L. Huth1
6 F. Mateo
11 Z. Saddler
15 E. Jackson
20 K. Cassel
10 K. Edmonds
1 J. Moaga
14 T. Neiufi
19 B. Sapati
17 P. Vaigalu
12 J. Worley
1 S. Kris
7 K. Allan
5 J. Knight
13 M. Johnson
3 H. Smith-Shields
6 D. De Smet
16 K. Edwards
8 N. Soli
10 L. Tuionetoa
9 L. Oakley
23 D. Lokeni-Purcell
12 T. Robertson 11
J. Ambrose
15 L. Bashford
2 H. Byron
17 T. Knight
14 T. Meredith-Brown
19 L. Saddler
20 K. Seignarack
JOHN ALLEN TROPHY FINAL NATIONAL u15 FINAL
WARLWestern Australia 22 - 14 nt rlNorthern Territory
TRIES : Zantanamaud Pomare-Tutagalevao, Jacob Thomas, Rakheem Tuuta-Edwards, Nika Morehu
GOALS : Timothy Stinson 3
TRIES : Sam Stopp, Leslie Marony, Romone Lewin
GOALS : Toby Barr
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
VIC

WA
8 Rakheem Tuuta-Edwards
(Rockingham Senior High School, Rockingham)
WESTERN AUSTRALIA NORTHERN TERRITORY
Team List
1 W. Huriwai
5 W. Wai
4 N. Morehu
3 J. Thomas
7 C. Smith
10 Z. Pomare-Tutagalevao
8 R. Tuuta-Edwards
9 T. Stinson
11 J. Bransby
12 C. Sattler
13 T. Manihera-Paul
18 C. Botica
6 S. Clarke
20 W. Finau
16 E. Gourgaud
14 T. Hunt
17 D. Hutchins
19 K. Joyce-Vaughan
15 A. Tunbridge
2 S. White
1 R. Baird
7 D. Caulton
2 S. Stopp
3 L. Dawson
4 W. Nugraha
6 L. Maroney
15 T. Barr
11 C. Epiha
10 V. Panuve
9 T. Kurnoth
13 W. Fox
12 J. Isaac
20 R. Lewin
17 K. Clarke
16 J. Hayward
14 J. Malics
i8 S. Moody
19 P. Raymond
5 K. Shelford
Queensland Maroon QLD
Maroon
34 - 6 Queensland Maroon QLD
White
TRIES : Tries: Regan Baker 2, Rei Rei Marsh, Dray Ngatuere-Wroe, Jake Lines, Frank Kuresa
GOALS : Travis Turnbull 4, Dray Ngatuere-Wroe
TRIES : Triston Reilly

GOALS : Jacob Fairbank
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
QLD MAROONS

QLD WHITE
QUEENSLAND MAROON QUEENSLAND WHITE
5 M. Hiroti
2 H. Dunster
13 B. Nielsen
3 T. Afualo
4 K. Chan
6 B. Wakeham
7 A. Seve
8 O. Kaufusi
18 E. Rogers Smith
9 L. Huth
16 F. Mateo11 Z. Saddler
15 E. Jackson
20 K. Cassel
10 K. Edmonds
1 J. Moaga
14 T. Neiufi
19 B. Sapati
17 P. Vaigalu
12 J. Worley
1 S. Kris
7 K. Allan
5 J. Knight
13 M. Johnson
3 H. Smith-Shields
6 D. De Smet
16 K. Edwards
8 N. Soli
10 L. Tuionetoa
9 L. Oakley
23 D. Lokeni-Purcell
12 T. Robertson
11 J. Ambrose
15 L. Bashford
2 H. Byron
17 T. Knight
14 T. Meredith-Brown
19 L. Saddler
20 K. Seignarack
   
   
 
AUSTRALIAN U15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS - DAY 1 RESULTS AUSTRALIAN U15 SCHOOLBOY CHAMPIONSHIPS - DAY 2 - 3 & 4 RESULTS

ASSRL 15s - RESULTS & Scorers DAY 4 Wed 25 th June
GAME 1 GAME 2
vic rl Victoria
Big V
6 - 20 WARLWestern Australia
TRIES : Sulio Fifita
GOALS : Chase Aporo
TRIES : Shaun White, Wilson Wai, Jacob Thomas, Ashlea Tunbridge
GOALS : Nika Morehu, Timothy Stinson
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
VIC
5 Kees Fong
(Bacchus Marsh Grammar, Tarneit)
WA
9 Timothy Stinson
(South Fremantle Senior , Fremantle)
Victoria Western Australia
1 N. Utia
2 J. Firebrace
5 K. Fong
4 C. Aporo
3 A. Leavai
6 R. Sisifa
7 J. Taepa
8 A. Kavamounagone
10 B. Taito
9 N. Hargreaves
11 P. Magatogia
12 S. Oofou Shalom
13 N. Flocas
18 S. Fifita
14 T. Hanita Paki
17 T. Kahu
19 R. Lafituanai
16 E. Latu
20 T. Ofahengaue
15 N. Williams
1 W. Huriwai
14 T. Hunt
5 W. Wai
4 N. Morehu
3 J. Thomas
15 A. Tunbridge
7 C. Smith
20 W. Finau
10 Z. Pomare-Tutagalevao
9 T. Stinson
17 D. Hutchins
8 R. Tuuta-Edwards
13 T. Manihera-Paul
18 C. Botica
11 J. Bransby
6 S. Clarke
16 E. Gourgaud
19 K. Joyce-Vaughan
12 C. Sattler
2 S. White
SA rlSouth Australia 6 - 52 nt rlNorthern Territory
TRIES : Koby Sikorski

GOALS : Koby Sikorski
TRIES : Ramone Lewin, William Fox 2, Leslie Marony, William Nugraha, Rodney Baird, Brayden Daly, Layland Dawson, Jonathon Malicsi
GOALS : Toby Barr 4, Leslie Marony 2
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
SA
9 Tyson Brown
(Henley HS Henley Beach)
NT
23 Braydon Daly
(Sanderson Middle School, Darwin)
South Australia Northern Territory
1 R. Baird
20 R. Lewin
2 S. Stopp
3 L. Dawson
4 W. Nugraha
6 L. Maroney
7 D. Caulton
23 B. Daly
19 P. Raymond
9 T. Kurnoth
13 W. Fox
12 J. Isaac
15 T. Barr
17 K. Clarke
11 C. Epiha
16 J. Hayward
14 J. Malicsi
8 S. Moody
10 V. Panuve
5 K. Shelford
1 K. Sikorski
2 R. Flinn
5 S. Ward
3 S. Catford
13 J. Varu Mark
4 B. Peak
7 T. Tamiti Thomas
18 B. Hall
10 D. Romamo
9 T. Brown
12 Z. Artis
11 I. Navata
8 M. Mapuna
20 K. Andrewartha
17 M. Harris
15 J. Hobby
6 L. Jaworski
14 J. Keelan
16 P. Tansey
19 T. Tukaki
GAME 3 GAME 4
Semi Final A
nswccc NSW
CCC
10 - 14 Queensland Maroon QLD
White
TRIES : Curtis Wilson, Luke Brooks
GOALS : Zac Lomax
TRIES : Kyle Paterson, Laurence Tominiko
GOALS : Jacob Fairbank 2, Joel Hughes
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
Queensland White
17 Luke Rose
(St Peter Claver College, Ipswich)
NSWCCC
14 Curtis Wilson
(Holy Cross College, Ryde)
NSW CCC QUEENSLAND WHITE
1 R. Afu
5 C. Graham
2 Z. Nuttall
3 J. Bleakley
4 Z. Lomax
6 M. Burey
7 A. Rizk
15 D. Fifita
10 J. Talamaivao
14 C. Wilson
12 J. Curran
17 J. Delailoa
20 M. Bryant
18 S. Brooks
8 J. Cronin
13 Z. Elsley
19 B. Fitzgerald
9 L. Jones
11 J. Langi
16 W. Lawson
5 J. Fairbank
2 L. Goidubu
18 R. Mulitalo
4 A. Tolova'a
7 J. Hughes
8 L. Tominiko
11 N. Wrigley
9 K. Paterson
10 L. Mastroianni
17 L. Rose
13 K. Edwards
14 S. Annewetey
12 N. Barrett
15 T. Goldsmith
16 M. Moessinger
19 T. Reilly
1 B. Skinner
3 H. Walker
Semi Final B
nswchsNSW
CHS
10 - 11 Queensland Maroon QLD
Maroon
TRIES : Mawene Hiroti, Kytak Chan

GOALS : Mawene Hiroti
TRIES : Jayden Bishop, Josiah Cox
GOALS : Travis Turnbull
F/GOAL : Travis Turnbull
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
Queensland Maroon
20 Travis Turnbull
(Harristown State High School, Toowoomba)
NSWCHS
11 Zac Saddler
(Yanco Agriculture HS, Yanco)
NSW CHS QUEENSLAND MAROON
1 J. Moaga
4 K. Chan
19 B. Sapati
3 T. Afualo
5 M. Hiroti
6 B. Wakeham
7 A. Seve
8 O. Kaufusi
17 P. Vaigalu
9 L. Huth
11 Z. Saddler
12 J. Worley
20 K. Casse
l2 H. Dunster
10 K. Edmonds
15 E. Jackson
16 F. Mateo
14 T. Neiufi
13 B. Nielsen
18 E. Rogers Smith
1 R. Baker
2 J. Cox
4 F. Kuresa
5 J. Lines
3 R. Marsh
20 T. Turnbull
7 D. Ngatuere
10 J. Bishop
8 P. Haas
9 T. Smoothy
11 A. Aumua
12 L. Sheldon
16 B. Russell
13 T. Flegler
15 N. Hull
19 L. Leapai
6 S. Mataele
18 K. Nicholson
17 I. Sefo
14 E. Shibasaki
   
   
 
ASSRL 15s - RESULTS & Scorers DAY 3 Tuesday 22 nd June
GAME 1 GAME 2
nswcisNSW
CIS
26 - 10 actACT
TRIES : Tyrone Taukamo 2, Luke McWilliam, Matthew Morgan, Freddy Lusick
GOALS : Tyrone Taukamo 3
TRIES : Michael Johnson, Demario Lokeni Purcell
GOALS : aniel Desmet
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NSWCIS
12 Matthew Morgan
(Oak Hill College, Castle Hill)
ACT
1 Sebastian Kris
(St Mary Mackillop College, Isabella Plains)
   
   
Queensland Maroon QLD
Maroon
10 - 6 nswcccNSW
CCC
TRIES : Payne Haas, Rei Rei Marsh
GOALS : Travis Turnbull
TRIES : Max Burey
GOALS : Zac Lomax
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
Queensland Maroon
8 Payne Haas
(Keebra Park State High School, Gold Coast)
NSWCCC
12 Joshua Curran
(Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown)
QLD Maroon NSW CCC
1 R. Baker
2 J. Cox
4 F. Kuresa
5 J. Lines
3 R. Marsh
20 T. Turnbull
7 D. Ngatuere
10 J. Bishop
8 P. Haas
9 T. Smoothy
11 A. Aumua
12 L. Sheldon
16 B. Russell
13 T. Flegler
15 N. Hull
19 L. Leapa
i6 S. Mataele
18 K. Nicholson
17 I. Sefo
14 E. Shibasaki
1 R. Afu
5 C. Graham
2 Z. Nuttall
3 J. Bleakley
4 Z. Lomax
6 M. Burey
7 A. Rizk
15 D. Fifita
16 W. Lawson
9 L. Jones
8 J. Cronin
12 J. Curran
13 Z. Elsley
18 S. Brooks
20 M. Bryant
17 J. Delailoa
19 B. Fitzgerald
11 J. Langi
10 J. Talamaivao
14 C. Wilson
GAME 3 GAME 4
  v  
TRIES :
GOALS :
TRIES :
GOALS :
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
 
     
TRIES :
GOALS :
TRIES :
GOALS :
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
 
   
ASSRL 15s - RESULTS & Scorers DAY 2 Monday 23 rd June
GAME 1 GAME 2
WARLWestern
Australia
36 - 0 nt rlNorthern
Territory
TRIES : Nika Morehu 2, Rakheem Tuuta-Edwards, Wilson Wai, William Finau, Zantanamaud Pomare-Tutagalevao
GOALS : Timothy Stinson 6
TRIES :
GOALS :
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
Western Australia
8– Rakheem Tuuta-Edwards
(Rockingham Senior HS, Rockingham)
Northern Territory
6 –Leslie Marony
(Casuarina Senior College, Casaurina)
vic rl Victoria 66 - 0 SA rlSouth
Australia
TRIES : Chase Aporo 3, Anzac Leavai, Kees Fong, Shalom Oofou Shalom 2, Niall Hargreaves, Atonio Kavamoungaone, Nathan Utia
GOALS : Chase Aporo 7, Niall Hargreaves 2
TRIES :
GOALS :
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
Victoria
7 Jai Taepa
(Fountaingate Secondary College, Narre Warren)
South Australia
11 Illesa Navata
(Woodville HS, Woodville)
GAME 3 GAME 4
Queensland Maroon QLD
White
26 - 16 act rugby leagueACT
TRIES : Konrad Edwards 2, Brendan Skinner, Jacob Fairbank, Ronaldo Mulitalo
GOALS : Jacob Fairbank 3
TRIES : Sebastian Kris, Aidan Tremethick, Daniel Desmet
GOALS : Daniel Desmet, Liam Oakley
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
Queensland White
11 Nivek Wrigley
(Cavendish SHS, Brisbane)
ACT
11 Joel Ambrose
(Wanniassa HS, Wanniassa)
 
nswcccNSW
CCC
14 - 8 nswchsNSW
CHS
TRIES : Jesse Cronin, Luke Jones, Zach Nuttall
GOALS : Zac Lomax
TRIES : Zac Saddler, Kyle Cassel
GOALS :
PLAYERS OF THE MATCH
NSWCCC
8 Jesse Cronin (All Saints College, St Joseph’s Campus, Lochinvar)
NSWCHS
5 Mawene Hiroti (Matraville SHS)
 
   
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Results from the National 15 Years Championships being played in Tamworth.
ASSRL 15s - DAY 1 RESULTS & Scorers
GAME 1 GAME 2
WARLWestern
Australia
76 - 6 SA rlSouth
Australia
TRIES : Wilson Wai, Ashlea Tunbridge, Nika Morehu, Joshua Bransby, Wirihana Huriwai 2, Jacob Thomas, Shaun White, Ethan Gourgaud, Rakheem Tuuta-Edwards, Timothy Stinson
GOALS : Nika Morehu, Timothy Stinson, Rakheem Tuuta-Edwards 2, Christian Smith, Sam Clarke
TRIES : Mikaela Mapuna

GOALS : Teroera Tamiti-Thomas
Players of the Match
Western Australia
17 Dylan Hutchins (Lakelands Senior HS, South Lake) South Australia
10 Dominic Romano (Freemont HS, Elizabeth)
nt rlNorthern
Territory
34 - 22 vic rl Victoria
TRIES : Toby Barr 2, Rodney Baird, Jared Isaac, Braydon Daly, Leslie Marony

GOALS : Toby Barr 4, Leslie Marony
TRIES : Chase Aporo 2, Sulio Fifita, Nikau Williams

GOALS : Niall Hargreaves 2, Chase Aporo
Players of the Match
Northern Territory
4 William Nugraha (Palmerston HSl, Palmerston)
Victoria
4 Chase Aporo (Cranbourne East Secondary College, Cranbourne East)
GAME 3 GAME 4
Queensland WhiteQLD White 30 - 18 NSWCISNSW
CIS
TRIES : Nivek Wrigley, Charlie Renouf, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Konrad Edwards, August Tolova’a
GOALS : Joel Hughes 3, Jacob Fairbank 2
TRIES : Nathaniel Endemann, Jayden Griffith, Tuipolotu Katoa

GOALS : Harry Wilson 3
Players of the Match
Queensland White
13 Konrad Edwards (Coombabah SHS, Gold Coast)
NSWCIS
4 Tyrone Taukamo (Newington College, Stanmore)
nswchsNSW
CHS
20 - 12 Queensland Maroon QLD
Maroon
TRIES : Kytak Chan, Luke Huth, Benjamin Sapati, Pele Junior Vaigalu

GOALS : Alex Seve 2
TRIES : Brandon Russell, Jake Lines

GOALS : Dray Ngateure-Wroe, Travis Turnbull
Players of the Match
NSWCHS
9 Luke Huth ( Hunter SHS, Gateshead)
Queensland Maroon
10 Jayden Bishop (Murrumba Secondary College, Brisbane)
     
TRIES :
GOALS :
TRIES :
GOALS :
 
ASSRL 15s LADDER - DAY 1
TEAM P W L D B + - +/- PTS
WA 1 1 0 0 0 76 6 70 2
NT 1 1 0 0 0 34 22 12 2
QLD White 1 1 0 0 0 30 18 12 2
NSWCHS 1 1 0 0 0 20 12 8 2
QLD Maroon 1 0 1 0 0 12 20 - 8 0
QLD White 1 0 1 0 0 18 30 - 12 0
Victoria 1 0 1 0 0 22 34 - 12 0
SA 1 0 1 0 0 6 76 - 70 0
NSWCCC                  
   
Australian Schoolboys - 2013 ASSRL UNDER 15 CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL18 YEARS CHAMPIONSHIPS, DARWIN 2014

This years Australian Schoolboy U18 Championships will be held in Darwin

U18 ASSRL CHAMPIONSHIP DRAW 2014



POOL A POOL B
NSWCHS
NSWCCC
ACT
QLD
CAS
NSWCIS
SUNDAY 6th JULY 2014 - DAY 1
CAS v CIS
OPENING CEREMONY
CHS v CCC
QLD & ACT bye

MONDAY 7TH JULY 2014 - DAY 2
QLD V CIS
CCC v ACT
CHS & CAS bye
Players Dinner

TUESDAY 8TH JULY 2014 - DAY3
CHS v ACT
QLD v CAS
CCC & CIS bye

WEDNESDAY 9TH JULY 2014 - DAY 4
Game X: 3rd Pool A v 3rd Pool B
Semi Final 1: 1st Pool A v 2nd Pool B
Semi Final 2: 1st Pool B v 2nd Pool A

THURSDAY 10TH JULY 2014 - DAY 5

Rest Day

FRIDAY 11TH JULY 2014 - FINAL DAY
Loser Semi 1 v Loser Game X
Loser Semi 2 v Winner Game X
CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

Winner Semi 1 v Winner Semi 2Presentations and Announcements of Australian Schoolboys team

Australian Schoolboys - 2013 ASSRL UNDER 15 CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL15 YEARS CHAMPIONSHIPS - Tamworth 2014



Tamworth Championship Draw 2014

 


POOL A POOL B
GROUP 1 GROUP 2 Northern Territory
South Australia
Victoria
Western Australia
NSWCHS
NSWCCC
QLD MAROON
ACT
NSWCIS
QLD WHITE
Championship Draw

Day 1 - Sunday 22nd June
10:30 am - SA v WA
11:50 am - NT v VIC
1:15 pm Opening Ceremony
1:50pm - Qld White v NSWCIS
3:00 pm - Qld Maroon v NSWCHS

Day 2 - Monday 23rd June
10:30 am - WA v NT
11: 50 am - VIC v SA
1:15 pm - Qld White v ACT
2:35 pm NSWCCC v NSWCHS
6:30 pm Championship Dinner Wests Leagues Club

Day 3 - Tuesday 24th June
10:30 am NSWCIS v ACT
11:50am Qld Maroon v NSWCCC

Day 4 - Wednesday 25th June
10:30 am VIC v WA
11:50 am NT v SA
1:15 pm Semi Final A

1st Group 1v 1st Group 2
2:35 pm Semi Final B
2nd Group 1 v 3rd Group 1

Day 5 - Thursday 26th June
10:30 am 3rd Pool B v 4th Pool B
11:50 am Game X: 2nd Group 2 v 3rd Group 2

Finals Day - Friday 27th June
9.30am - Loser Semi A v Loser Game X
10:45 am - Loser Semi B v Winner Game X
12 noon John Allen Trophy 1st Pool B v 2nd Pool B
1:15 pm Championship Final Winner Semi A v Winner Semi B

2.40pm – Presentation of trophies and Awards and announcement of Teams of Merit.
AUSSIES WIN 2nd TEST

The touring Australian Schoolboys have defeated the NZ U18 Residents in their 2nd tour match today in Auckland, NZ

In a great game of footy, the Aussies held on for a 32 - 28 win it was a tough match throughout and finished with fistycuffs
ASSRL face NZ Residents 18s haka at Toll Stadium, Whangarei Sept 30, 2013
ASSRL face NZ Residents 18s haka at Toll Stadium, Whangarei Sept 30, 2013
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
1 Elijah Alick
2 Charlie Taylor
3 Sione Mata’utia (C)
4 Marion Seve
5 Nathan Davis
6 Jackson Hastings
7 Jayden Nikorima
8 Vincent Leuluai
9 Jennan Wedderburn-Parrish
10 George Fai
11 Royce Hunt
12 Tyrell Fuimaono
13 Cheyne Whitelaw (vc)
14 Joey Lussick
15 Thomas Freebairn
16 Michael Barclay
17 Lamar Manuel-Liolevave
NOTE : Charlie Taylor, Elijah Alick and Michael Barclay were selected in the team to replace Euan Aitken, Dalin Watene-Zelezniak and Willis Meehan.
ONE WIN EACH TO NZ AND AUSTRALIA

ASSRL face NZ Residents 18s haka at Toll Stadium, Whangarei Sept 30, 2013

Northland rugby league fans turned out in their hundreds to enjoy a great day's entertainment at Toll Stadium, Whangarei. First up was the Youth Event, hosted by NZRL / NRL Wellbeing and Education manager Joe Harawira.

Along with local rugby league star Elijah Taylor, Harawira was joined by staff from Northtec, the NZ Fire Service, the NZ Defence Force and the NZ Police.

After Taylor talked to the young people about the challenges he faced growing up and in his league career, the organisations gave short presentations about what their organisations had to offer now and in the future, then everyone got to test their strength, rowing skills, ability to carry a fire service dummy and did a fun and interesting Police test.

Then it was on to the footy and despite rain squalls and strong winds forcing the youth event inside, a good crowd had gathered, waiting for gates to open. As is often the way, once the league got underway the skies cleared and both games were played in reasonable conditions.

Initially the NZ Residents 16s (16s) and the Queensland Academy (QA) match was a stop start affair punctuated by dropped balls, scrums and penalties.

First to score were the 16s after a high kick bounced around in goal then the QA scored under the posts and it was 6-all at half time.

In the second half both teams tightened up their play and there was some punishing defense from each.

The 16s scored first after the break, and it was a see-sawing affair, until eventually QA scored two further two tries and the final score was 26 - 18 to the Queenslanders.

NZ Residents 18s (18s) and Australian Secondary Schools Rugby League (ASSRL) started in a similar fashion with the 18s scoring first, then ASSRL scoring two unconverted tries, before they had what appeared to be a third and certain try over-turned after the referee disallowed it for a shepherd.

The 18s took advantage of the shift in momentum to lead 16 - 8 at half time.

The second half was a tough battle with no quarter given by either side and the 18s pushing their Australian rivals backwards in some uncompromising tackles.

Not to be outdone the ASSRL scored to take the lead before the last try went to the 18s.

Final score 20-18 to the NZ Residents 18s.

Both teams play again, the 16s during the week and the 18s at the weekend.

At Toll Stadium, Whangarei:

NZ Residents 16s: 18 ( H Penn, J Flavell, S Hannam tries; M Hingano, Cummings (2) goals)
Queensland Academy: 26 (E Roberts, T Hope, K Palasia, L Lanskey (2) tries; L Spaander (3) goals)
Half time: 6-all
Referee: Kena Waikai

NZ Residents 18s: 20 (L Feagaiga, N Roache, M Love-Henry, O Ogden tries; B Abbey (2) goals)
Australian Secondary Schools RL: 18 (C Taylor, N Davis, J Hastings, J Nikorima tries; N Davis goal)
Half time: 16 - 8 (18s)
Referee: Aaron Donald

Still to come:
NZ Residents 16s v Queensland Academy of Sport
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Bruce Pulman Park, Papakura
Kick off: 2.30pm

NZ Residents 18s v Australian Secondary Schools Rugby League
Saturday, October 5, 2013
Bert Henham Park, Otahuhu
Kick off: 12.45pm
Charlie Taylor called up into the Australian Schoolboys - on the burst for the Manly Seaeagles in the Holden Cup (Photo : Supplied)
Charlie Taylor called up into the Australian Schoolboys - on the burst for the Manly Seaeagles in the Holden Cup (Photo : Supplied)
CHARLIE TAYLOR GETS CALL UP
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Congratulations to Charlie Taylor from Saint Augustine College who recieved his call up to the Australian Schoolboys U18 Team to play 2 test against the Kiwi's in New Zealand.

The Aussie Schoolboys will be playing to matches against the New Zealand 18 years Residents.

The 1st Match kicks off at 6:00 Pm at Toll Stadium, Northland on Monday 30 August.

The 2nd tour match kicks off at 6:00 PM at Westpac Trust Stadium Henderson, Waitakere City West Auckland on Saturday 5 October
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** GAME 1**
6:30 PM WED 26 Nov @ Whitehaven
COMBINED REGIONAL ACADEMIES
6 - 86 AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Theerapol Ritson
GOALS : Jordan Johnstone
TRIES : Latrell Mitchell 3, Brock Lamb, Tevita Cottrell 2, Jayden Brailey, Jack Cogger, John Olive, Hame Sale, Jacob Liddle, Keenan Yorston, Connor Tracey, Nat Butcher
GOALS : Brock Lamb 8, Luciano Leilua 2, Jacob Host
Ref: C Campbell, Touch J: J Barr, Touch J: D Yeomans, Reserve: L Moore
** GAME 2**
12:00 PM Sat 29 Nov @ Solid Strip Community Stadium, Orrell, Wigan
WIGAN WARRIORS ACADEMY
18 - 36 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Jamie Doran, Oliver Gildart, Josh Woods
GOALS : Jake Shorrocks 3
TRIES : Keenan Yorston 2, Connor Cox, Latrall Mitchell, , Nat Butcher, Tyrell Fuimaono
GOALS : Brock Lamb 6
Ref: S Mikalauskas, Touch J: J McMullen, Touch J: J Jones, Reserve: J Smith
** GAME 3 **
6AM WED Syd Time
@ Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Leeds
LEEDS RHINOS ACADEMY
24 - 38 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Ashton Golding, Ben Frankland, Tommy Brieley, Josh Walters,
GOALS : Jordan Lilley 4
TRIES : Jacob Liddle, John Olive, Keenan Yorston, Gideon Gala, Nat Butcher, Latrell Mitchell, Ash Nisbet (c)
GOALS : Connor Tracey 5
Ref: J Roberts, Touch J: N Bennett, Touch J: A Haigh Reserve: B Robinson
** GAME 4 **
1:00 AM (Syd Time)
2:00 PM Friday 12 December
ACADEMY 1st TEST - Leigh Sports Village
ENGLAND
ACADEMY
18 - 22 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Oliver Gildart 2, Oliver Davies, Jordan Abdul,
GOALS : Joe Keyes
TRIES : Gideon Gela 2, Tivita Cotrell, Brock Lamb
GOALS : Brock Lamb 2
Ref: T Grant, Touch J: R Calder, Touch J: J. Pullein
Reserve: C Campbell, M Com: T Brown
** GAME 5**
6:00 AM SATURDAY (Sydney Time)
7:00 PM Friday 12th December @ Leigh Sports Village, Leigh
ENGLAND
ACADEMY
28 - 14 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Ash Handley, Jack Logan, Jansin Turgut, Robbie Ward, Jack Johnson
GOALS : Jordan Abdul 4
TRIES : Latrell Mitchell, Ash Nisbet, Jacob Liddle,
GOALS : Brock Lamb
Ref: T Grant, Touch J: R Calder, Touch J: J. Pullein
Reserve: C Campbell, M Com: T Brown
** GAME 6 **
(5:00 AM Tuesday Syd Time)
7:00 PM Monday 15 December @ Perpignan
FRENCH
UNDER 19s
20 - 30

AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS

TRIES : Ilias Bergal, Benjamin Jullien, Timothey Granjean, Fabien Jullien
GOALS : Amine Miloudi 2
TRIES : John Olive 3, Connor Cox, Braden Robson, Jacob Liddle
GOALS : Connor Tracey 2, Brock Lamb
1/2 TIME 0 - 14
** GAME 7 **
(5:00 AM FRI Syd Time)
7:00 PM Friday 19th Dec @ Toulouse
FRENCH
UNDER 18s
4 - 40 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
TRIES : Arthur Romano
GOALS :
TRIES : Latrell Mitchell 4, Luch Leilua, Braden Robson, Connor Cox
GOALS : Troy Dargan 5, Latrell Mitchell
HALF TIME 0 - 24
# PLAYER P TRIES GOALS F/GOALS PTS
1 Gideon Gela 4 5     20
2 Braden Robson 6 2     8
3 Tivita Cottrell 3 3     12
4 Latrell Mitchell 6 10     40
5 John Olive 5 4     16
6 Jayden Brailey 5 1     4
7 Brock Lamb 5 3 17   46
8 Luciano Leilia 5 1 2   8
9 Jack Cogger 5 1     4
10 Oliver Clark 6        
11 Tom Amone 5        
12 Hame Sale 6 1     4
13 Ash Nesbit 6 2     8
14 Conner Tracey 2 1 7   18
15 Jacob Liddle 5 3     12
16 Tyrell Fuimaono 5 1     4
17 Nat Butcher 3 2     8
18 Keegan Hipgrave 2        
19 Keenan Yorkson 4 5     20
20 Jacob Host 5   1   2
21 Troy Dargan 3   5   10
22 Connor Cox 6 4     16
23 Keegan Hipgrave 3        
24 Darryn Schonig 4        
25 Ray Stone 6        
TEAM POINTS   37 18   186
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Friday 19 Dec
Best wishes to the Aussie boys tonight & a big shout out to our son Tj Dargan, go show them how we do it son. We are so proud of you & cannot wait to see you on Tuesday. Love Mum, Dad, Tamalee & Korokai - Troy Dargan Prestons NSW
Tues 16 Dec
Congratulations Jacob (Liddle's) on beating the French. You had a start and made the most of it. Congratulations on being named player of the game. We are very proud of you. The Liddle family, The Wales Family, the WEebber Family, Taperell Family, Puxty Family, Bligh Family and Ingel Family. You are fantastic.
Dad - John Liddle Kanwal NSW
All the best of luck to the Aussies. So proud of you Jacob Host. Go hard and represent your country. Do what you do. Mum, Dad, Ben, Keegan and Shivaun. - Graham Host Padstow NSW
Sat 12 Dec
Bad luck boiz, u all tried hard & we're proud of u all - Montz
Well 30 mins to kick off its freezing cold here at the Leigh Sports Village..The Australian Schoolboys are pumped and ready to go...should be a good one. - allan starkey Retford UK
Wed 10 th Dec
A big thank you to Tyrell Fuiamano #3, Tevita Cottrell #4, Luicano LeiLua #18 and Brock Lamb #6 for taking the tiem to come over and sign autographs for my 3 very young kids attending their first RL game. Made their day and they are still buzzing ! Good luck this Friday. Enjoy the rest of the tour and the nice cold English weather. Stephen Critchley L18 2HE UK
Sunday 07 Dec
Well done Ray on a great victory in the first test. From all the team at Gubbins Home Hardware, Moss Vale Good Luck for the rest of the tour. David, Nick, Jess and all the crew. - Gubbins Home Timber and Hardware Moss Vale NSW
Congratulations to you Aussie boys on winning your 1st test against them poms, hoping all your bodies are holding up. To our son Ray Stone, you have a lot of people back here so proud of you, and your team mates. Stick it to'em men - Rod Stone Moss Vale NSW
Saturday 06 December
My nephew Lance DuLac is working with the aussie schoolboys in the uk as player performance manager,so although we are both from UK im backing my nephew to get you Aussies home today..Been a great tour so far. - allan starkey Retford UK
Congrats on making Test team Connor. Go the Snakes. Dave Parker morayfield QLD
Wishing all the best to the boys of 2014,particularly Jack Cogger. Have a great tour! Rhonda And Paul Cassilles Thirroul NSW
Good Luck boys for your 1st test give the pommies hell proud of the team and my Jacob Host - stand tall and do your thing from Mum and Keegan back in Australia - Catherine Host Padstow NSW
Friday 5 th December 2014
like to wish the best of luck to my brothers Ash Misbet and Nat Butcher and Latrell Mitchell and my main boy Troy Dargz. Kepp going hard best of luck, want to be playing along side of u next year. Kyle Derrick - Dubbo NSW
Keep up the great work Jacob Liddle. All the students and teachers at Wadalba are cheering for you - James Huff Wadalba HS
Congratulations to all the boys. You are doing us all proud. A special shout out to Jack Cogger my little nephew- Cruz and Tia have been so excited to hear the updates on you. xxx Aunty Kylie - Kylie Carroll (Cogger) Sefton NSW
Tuesday 03 rd Dec
Well Done Boy's on the tour so far. The updates look great as do the results. Shout to our man Jack Cogger -and to our neighbor down the road Jacob Liddles. Keep it up - Oh yeah Laterall Mitchell deadly - Keep having fun - Duncan Black Warnervale NSW
I hope one day im standing where you are im a destroyers player under 9's good luck wth your future im very proud - Braydan Boyd carroll Quakers hill NSW
Hi Nat, congratulations on all the wins so far we are all so proud of you. Goodluck with upcoming matches and can't wait to see you at christmas and hear all about it.
Have the best time.
Love Kel, Craig, Keah, Mark, Molly and Joely Kellie Menzel Malabar NSW
Well done to all the team on a third win. Congrats to Nat Butcher from all the Lake TabOurie gang! Good luck for the games ahead - Christine Browne Maroubra NSW
Well done boys. Nat we are so very proud of you keep up the good work and en joy every moment of this wonderful experience. nan & Pop Denese Butcher Matraville NSW
Tuesday 02 Dec
Go young Aussies - you are all wonderful and congrats to a game well done.We are praying for you all to be safe and a thrashing to all your opponents. Take care all and stay safe. The updates are on the web. Again good luck young players. Just play your very, very best. Come back home safe. We are proud of you all. Take care all. Great job coaches and mentors. Go aussies go!! Go Tevita! We are all missing you. From all your family n friends in Sydney and Mum n Dad, brothers n sisters, aunties, uncles, cousins n all the family. Love from Nanna nGrandpa. We are all praying not only for you, but for all of you. Dad n Mum.
he you - John, Loa, Helen, Darcy, Anastacia, Ame
- Canley Heights, NSW
Sunday 01st Dec
Congratulations on your win against Wigan. All the best for your next game especially to our son Connor Cox - Sandra Cox, Burpengary QLD
Hey boys, another strong win. How does it feel making the whole nation proud to be australian. Played hard and stay safe. From Hostys Aunty Tracy - Tracy Veljanovski KINGSGROVE NSW
We are very proud of all our boys - Heathers Rowe Breakfast Point NSW
Saturday 29 Nov
Great work on making it into the Australian side. I hope you all enjoy the experience. Traveling abroad is something you will always remember. Clean sweep tour on the cards? - Michael Lowe Sydney
Do Australia proud guys. I hope that you win your test matches as well. No doubt it is cold over there!! Stacey Miller Far Far Far West NSW
Congratulations on your first up win. Best of luck in your next game. - Tony Johnston 2650
Friday 28 Nov
Goodluck with the rest of the tour Ash Nisbet do us Greg's boys proud brother ! Will Kerr Elderslie NSW
Go Robo Go !! Brayden Robson Rhode Island, USA
Wishing you all the best on this tour Keenan Yorston enjoy .. you've worked hard to get there and deserve it mate. Love Nikorima Whanau x Deborah Nikorima Bracken Ridge Qld
Congratulations on the great win boys for the first game. All the best for the next games, especially to my son John, we are all very proud of you. So keep up the great job and good luck boys. Also a shout out to luch and hame, keep up the awesome job boys. Ben Olive - Sydney
Well done boys on the win the other night and everyone in taree wants me to keep them updated on your progress on the tour and wish you good luck. Matt Mitchell, Taree
Thursday 27 Nov
Congrats to the whole team and especially to Jack Cogger-my grandson-who worked hard to make it. John Toomey Niagara Park.nsw
Gr8 1st up win boiz - gr8 stuff - monty
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2014 Australian Schoolboys
Rugby League Squad

1. Tom AMONE
2. Jayden BRAILEY
3. Nat BUTCHER
4. Oliver CLARK
5. Jack COGGER
6. Tevita COTTRELL
7. Connor COX
8. Troy DARGAN
9. Tyrell FUIMAONO
10. Gideon GELA
11. Keegan HIPGRAVE
12. Jacob HOST
13. Brock LAMB
14. Luciano LEILUA
15. Jacob LIDDLE
16. Latrell MITCHELL
17. Ashleigh NISBET
18. John OLIVE
19. Braden ROBSON
20. Darryn SCHONIG
21. Hame SELE
22. Ray STONE
23. Connor TRACEY
24. Keenan YORSTON
The team will play seven games in both England and France.

Wednesday 26 November
GAME 1 – Cumbria Regional Academy, Whitehaven
Saturday 29 November
GAME 2 – Wigan Superleague Academy , Wigan
Tuesday 2 December
GAME 3 - Leeds Superleague Academy, Headingley, Leeds
Sunday 7 December
ACADEMY 1st TEST - Doncaster (tbc)
Friday 12 December
ACADEMY 2nd TEST - Leigh Sports Village
Monday 15 December
GAME 1 France – venue to be confirmed
Thursday 18 December
GAME 2 France – venue to be confirmed

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ASSRL FINAL STANDINGS - DAY 5
# TEAM P W L D B + - +/- PTS
POOL A
1 NSWCCC 4 4 0 0 1 155 32 123 10
2 QUEENSLAND 4 3 1 0 1 148 46 102 8
3 NSWCHS 4 2 2 0 1 72 61 11 6
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1 CAS 4 2 2 0 1 92 134 - 42 6
2 ACT 4 1 3 0 1 34 136 - 102 4
3 NSWCIS 4 0 4 0 1 52 144 - 92 2
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Brock Lamb NSWCCC 3 19 1 51
Logan Spaander QLD 3 14   40
Latrell Mitchell NSWCCC 6     24
Nick Hynes NSWCHS 2 7   22
Jake Johan CAS 1 9   22
Hayden McWilliam NSWCIS 3 4   20
Falcon Peni CAS 2 4   16
Connor Cox QLD 4     16
John White ACT 2 4   16
Luciano Leilua NSWCHS 3     12
Dave Sheridan NSWCHS 3     12
Jake McNamara NSWCCC 3     12
Joshua Tuilagi QLD 3     12
Paula Fifita CAS 3     12
Nathan Cleary NSWCCC 1 3   10
Thomas Angel NSWCIS 2 1   10
John Olive NSWCHS 2     8
Jj Felise QLD 2     8
Hayden Hipgrave QLD 2     8
Ethan Page QLD 2     8
Darryn Schonig QLD 2     8
Keenan Yorston QLD 2     8
Braden Robson NSWCCC 2     8
Tavita Cottrell NSWCCC 2     8
Jayden Walker NSWCHS 2     8
Jamayne Taunoa-Brown CAS 2     8
Connor Donehue CAS 2     8
Ethan Roberts QLD 1 1   6
Benedict Halfpenny CAS 1     4
Brayden Dee QLD 1     4
Gideon Mosby-Gela QLD 1     4
Hayden O'Brien CAS 1     4
Tyler Thomas CAS 1     4
Robert Jennings NSWCCC 1     4
Ash Nisbet NSWCCC 1     4
Jamie Hill NSWCCC 1     4
Conner Tracey NSWCHS 1     4
Jesse Ramien NSWCHS 1     4
Tyrell Fuimaono NSWCCC 1     4
Nat Butcher NSWCCC 1     4
Jacob Host NSWCCC 1     4
Bailey Sironen NSWCCC 1     4
J Aiono-Fatu ACT 1     4
Braydon McMahon QLD 1     4
Keegan Hipgrave QLD 1     4
Troy Dargan NSWCIS 1     4
Nikola Cotric ACT 1     4
Adam Lucas ACT 1     4
David Fuka ACT 1     4
Luke Astorin NSWCIS 1     4
Able Shirley CAS 1     4
Keegan Fletcher CAS 1     4
Michael Molo QLD 1     4
Jordan Kenworthy QLD 1     4
Cowan Epere NSWCCC 1     4
Sione Katoa NSWCHS   1   2
Raymond Stone NSWCIS   1   2
* PLS NOTE : Stat's could be wrong
ASSRL U 18 DRAW
Pool A
NSWCCC
QUEENSLAND
NSWCHS
Pool B
NSWCIS
ACT
CAS
2014 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
Tom AMONE NSW CHS
Jayden BRAILEY NSW CCC
Nat BUTCHER NSW CCC
Oliver CLARK NSW CCC
Jack COGGER NSW CCC
Tevita COTTRELL NSW CCC
Tyrell FUIMAONO NSW CCC
Gideon GELA QLD
Regan GRIEVE QLD
Keegan HIPGRAVE QLD
Jacob HOST NSW CCC
Robert JENNINGS NSW CCC
Brock LAMB NSW CCC
Luciano LEILUA NSW CHS
Jacob LIDDLE NSW CHS
Latrell MITCHELL NSW CCC
Ashleigh NISBET NSW CCC
John OLIVE NSW CHS
Braden ROBSON NSW CCC
Hame SELE NSW CHS
Bailey SIRONEN NSW CCC
Connor TRACEY NSW CHS
Jayden WALKER NSW CHS
Keenan YORSTON QLD
   
STAFF
COACH : Brian Battese
NSWCCC, St Johns Woodlawn
Brian Battese 2014 Australian schoolboys coach
Ben Heidenreich : Physiotherapist Ben Heidenreich
Team Manager: Kort Goodman,
QSSRL, St Marys College Toowoomba
 
ASSRL REP : Phil Beecher,
Canberra High School, ACT
 
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The 2012 Australian Schoolboys rugby league team (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)
2012 Australian Schoolboys rugby league team (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)
2011 Australian Schoolboys rugby league team (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)
2011 Australian Schoolboys rugby league team (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)
2010 NRL Rookie Camp (Photo's : ourfootymedia)SYDNEY
TOYOTA CUP
ROOKIE CAMP FOTO'S
Australian Schoolboys team photo 2011 Australian Schoolboys rugby league team (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)
 
 
 
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ASSRL 2010 tour
AIS Rugby League2010 AIS TOUR AIS Rugby League
2010 NRL Rookie Camp (Photo's : ourfootymedia)SYDNEY NRL ROOKIE CAMP FOTO'S
2010 Australian Schoolboys team Photo (Photo : ourfootymedia)
2010 Australian Schoolboys rugby league team
(Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)
AIS 2008 tour2009
AIS TOUR
2006 Australian Schoolboys arrive home
The 2006 Schoolboys arrive in Sydney
(Photo : steve montgomery / OurFootyTeam.com)
2009 SCHOOLBOYS
Australian Schoolboys team photo (Photo : Pure Adrenalin Photography)
PURE ADRENALIN PHOTOGRAPHY
 
PHOTO GALLERIES
2009 ASSRL U 15
CHAMPIONSHIPS
UNDER 18's
Newcastle, NSW
ASSRL OPENS CHAMPIONSHIPS
aCTioN PHoTo GaLLeRieS
POOL B PLAY OFF'S
| ACT v CAS |
POOL A PLAY OFF'S
| NSW CHS v NSW CIS |
SAM DAVEY PLATE FINAL
NT v VIC
ASSRL OPENS FINAL
NSWCCC v QSSRL
| WA v SA |
| NSWCIS v CAS |
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RESULTS
Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5
NEWS
Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5
UNDER 15's
ADELIADE, SA
RESULTS
Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5
NEWS
Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 | Day 5
QSSRL 15's 2009 Champions - Adeliade '09
QUEENSLAND u 15's AUSTRALIAN 2009 SCHOOLBOYS RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS
POOL A
GROUP 1
NSW CCC | NSW CHS | QLD
GROUP 2
NSW CIS | ACT | CIS |
POOL B
W.A. | S.A. | N.T. | VIC
SCHOOLBOYS VIDEO'S
ASSRL v ENGLAND ACADEMY - 2008
 
 
AIS undefeated on their 2008 tour
AIS TOUR 2008
Current Schoolboys Tim Auremi & Albert Kelly (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.Com)
Current Schoolboys Tim Auremi & Albert Kelly
(Photo : steve montgomery / OurFootyTeam.com)
 
* ASSRL TEAM of the CENTURY *
POS PLAYER SCHOOL
1. Tim Brasher Grantham High, NSWCHS
2. Andrew Ettinghausen De La Salle Cronulla, NSWCCC
3. Mark Gasnier Peakhurst High, NSWCHS
4. Justin Hodges Cairns State High, QSSRL
5. Greg Inglis Wavell State High, QSSRL
6. Brad Fittler McCarthy Senior High, NSWCCC
7. Greg Alexander Patrician Brothers Fairfield, NSWCCC
8. Craig Young Corrimal High
9. Danny Buderus St Francis Xavier Newcastle, NSWCCC
10. Les Boyd Nyngan High
11. Steve Menzies Narrabeen High, NSWCHS
12. Paul Sironen Holy Cross Ryde, NSWCCC
13. Bradley Clyde Hawker College ACT
14. Tonie Carroll Beenleigh State High QSSRL
15. Ian Schubert Wauchope High
16. Matthew Gidley Glendale Technology High, NSWCHS
17. Brent Tate Clontarf Beach State High QSSRL
2008 ASSRL CHAMPIONSHIPS - ADELIADE, SA
2008 ASSRL CHAMPIONSHIPS - NEWCASTLE, NSW
FRENCH SITE2008 ASSRL
FRENCH TOUR
FRENCH JUNIORS PLAYER PROFILES
Australian Schoolboys say
2006 Australian Schoolboys
say "thanks ourfootyteam"
2006 Australian Schoolboys arrive home (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyTeam.Com)
English Cheerleaders in action
2007 CHAMPIONSHIP
DATES & INFO
2007 UNDER 18's
CHAMPIONSHIPS

Townsville QLD,
9th - 14 th July '07

OPENS TEAM LISTS
2007 UNDER 15's
CHAMPIONSHIPS

Adeliade SA, 24th - 28th June '07
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AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS SPONSORS
2006 AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS
2006 UNDER 18's (Port MacQuarie NSW)
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SCHOOLBOYS TOURS
2005 AUSTRALIA Vs NEW ZEALAND
| 1ST TEST | 2ND TEST |
2009 ASSRL ACTION
 
SCHOOLBOYS HISTORY
SPECIAL FEATURES
Mitchell Pearce2KY INTERVIEW WITH AUSSIE SKIPPER MITCHELL PEARCE
Michael MAXWELL BARLA U18'sPLAYER PROFILE
Michael MAXWELL
LUKE CAPEWELL WE SPEAK TO LUKE CAPEWELL
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NSW Sensation & Australian schoolboy Cameron WHITE  on tour in the UKNSW SENSATION CAMERON WHITE
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Israel Folou running for Australia (Photo : ourfooty media)ISRAEL FALOU, Melbourne Storm, Australian Schoolboys, QLD U18's, QLD U17's,
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SCHOOLBOYS 2006 TOUR HEADLINES
LOCKER ROOM HOME
1ST TEST Vs BARLA
2 ND TEST VS ENGLAND
* ASSRL Vs FRANCE Game 1
TEAM ARRIVES AT SYDNEY
2006 TOUR PLAYER AWARDS
TEAM LISTS / PLAYER PROFILES
AUSTRALIAN
SCHOOLBOYS
GB LIONSENGLAND
LIONS
RFL BARLA
ACADEMY
SCHOOLBOYS TOUR
PHOTO GALLERY
AUSTRALIA Vs WALES
INTERVIEWS with the squad
Cameron WHITE Interview (03/12)
Luke CAPEWELL Interview (06/12)
Michael MAXWELL (England) (10/12)?
Tim ROBINSON Interview (10/12)
Chris SANDOW Interview (12/12)
Mitchell PEARCE (Captain) (14/12)
Joel BROWN Interview (16/12)
Simon HUNTLEY (Coach) (18/12)
AIS/ARL '06 TOUR
AIS U 18's
2006 TOUR
AIS TOUR
IMAGE GALLERY
2006 Australian NATIONAL
U18's Championships
2006 Australian NATIONAL
U15's Championships
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Andrew Vela
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