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NSWCCC TRIALS KICK OF TODAY NSW COMBINED CATHOLIC COLLLEGES ANNOUNCE 2016 REP TEAMS
After another highly successful and well run State Trials at St. Marys last week, the NSW CCC have announced this years Under 15 & Under 18 teams to play in the Australian Schoolboy Championships in a few weeks.

Teams are listed below
2016 NSWCCC UNDER 15's   2016 NSWCCC UNDER 18s
PLAYER SCHOOL x PLAYER SCHOOL
Bradman Best St Edwards College, Gosford   Blayke Brailey Aquinas Catholic College Menai
Mitchell Black St Clares High School, Taree   William Burns McCarthy Catholic College Emu Plains
Max Feagai St Francis De Sales Regional College, Leeton   Josh Curran Patrician Brothers College Blacktown
Matt Feagai St Francis De Sales Regional College, Leeton   Kurtis Dark St Francis Xavier College Hamilton
Tyler Field Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown   Kyle Flanagan De La Salle Catholic College Cronulla
Filimaua Filimaua-Tau Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown   Campbell Graham Marcellin College Randwick
Maverick Geyer St Dominics College, Kingswood   Stefano Hala Patrician Brothers College Blacktown
Bailey Hamlin St Dominics College, Kingswood   Brodie Jones All Saints College St Mary's Campus Maitland
Bailey Hayward Christian Brothers, Lewisham   Lachlan Lam Marcellin College Randwick
Braiden Magele Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown   Nicholas Mougios Marcellin College Randwick
Tommy Okladnikov St Columba's Catholic College, Springwood   Sean O'Sullivan Patrician Brothers College Blacktown
Chris Patolo All Saints Catholic College, Liverpool   William Papaliitele Patrician Brothers College Blacktown
Cooper Periera Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown   Ethan Parry St Gregory's College Campbelltown
Josh Riszk Holy Cross College, Ryde   Luke Polselli St Paul's Catholic College Manly
Damon Smith De La Sale Catholic College, Caringbah   Samuel Radovu Patrician Brothers College Blacktown
Daniel Sykes Holy Cross College, Ryde   Tristan Sailor Edmund Rice College Wollongong
Immanuel Tagaloamatua St Dominics College, Kingswood   Jaeman Salmon De La Salle Catholic College Cronulla
Thomas Giles Marcellin College, Randwick   Tom Starling St Francis Xavier College Hamilton
Keegan Turner St Edwards College, Gosford   James Tautuiolefua Mt Carmel Catholic College Varroville
Harry Witfield All Saints College St Josephs Campus, Lochinvar   Michael Tupou Patrician Brothers College Blacktown
         
Coach   Coach
David McKinnion St Dominics College, Kingswood      
Assistant Coach
  Assistant Coach
Damien Quinn St Joseph's College, Tweed Heads      
Manager   Manager
Peter Hunt Kildare Catholic College, Wagga Wagga      
Trainer   Trainer
Duncan Black MacKilliop Catholic College, Warnervale      
 
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
All Saints Maitland into 2013 nswccc cup v patrician Bros (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)ALL SAINTS MAITLAND INTO NSWCCC CUP GRAND FINAL
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All Saints College Maitland have followed up on their success last week winning the GIO Schoolboy Trophy and have gone on defeating St. Gregorys Campbelltown at St Marys Stadium, All Saints now play Patrician Brothers next Wed at St. Marys Stadium in the NSWCCC Cup Grand Final.
All Saints College win gio schoolboy trophy (Photo : steve monty / OurFootyMedia)ALL SAINTS COLLEGE MAITLAND MAKE IT 2 IN A ROW
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All Saints Catholic College Maitland have successfully defended their gio Schoolboy Trophy Title at Leichhardt Oval today in an exciting game of schoolboys rugby league defeating Eaglevale HS in the dieing seconds of the game with a brilliant field goal by Brock Lamb to give his side a 35 - 34 victory.
SW CCC Cocrane Cup grand finalPATTIES 1st TEAM INTO CCC CUP GRAND FINAL NSWCCC cup semi-final Patrician Brothers Blacktown 18-12 Marcellin College Randwick. PBB now play the winner of St Gregs v All Saints Maitland
ST JOHN'S
COLLEGE
38 - 0 CORPUS
CHRISTI
TRIES : Baden Searle 2, Charlie Bible 2, Ashley Dunlop, Paddy Haycock, Bill Cornish
GOALS : Matt Burton 5
TRIES :
GOALS :
ST JOHN'S SET UP SEMI-FINAL CLASH WITH DE LA SALLE

St John's College is into the final four of the statewide Combined Catholic Colleges schoolboys under-14s knockout competition following a 38-0 victory over Corpus Christi Oak Flats from Illawarra on Thursday.

The Dubbo school scored seven tries in the victory, which has seen them set up a tough semi-final clash with De La Salle Carringbah next week in Bathurst.

St John's coach Justin McCarney was very impressed with his teams defence, with Group 11 representatives Jack Quinn, Kane McDermott, Charlie Bible, Baden Searle, Joden Wilson, Ashley Dunlop and Jack Davis were very strong for the Dubbo side.

Although St John's scored three tries in the first half and four tries in the second, Corpus Christi were very willing in defence and forced the locals into having to really work for their tries.

A number of unforced errors by St John's in the early tackles will have to be addressed before they take on the top Sydney side.

To reach the state semi-final St John's have beaten Red Bend College (Forbes), St Stanislaus College (Bathurst), James Sheahan (Orange), Kildare (Wagga) and Corpus Christi.

ST JOHN'S COLLEGE 38 (Baden Searle 2, Charlie Bible 2, Ashley Dunlop, Paddy Haycock, Bill Cornish tries; Matt Burton 5 goals) defeated CORPUS? CHRISTI 0

Woodlawn College's Nick Meaney is tackled by an opponent during his side's Combined Catholic Colleges Cup match. (Photo : Stuart Turner)
WRAPPED UP: Woodlawn College's Nick Meaney is tackled by an opponent during his side's Combined Catholic Colleges Cup match. (Photo : Stuart Turner)
Anthony Coleman smashes through St. Greg's defence to score a nice try
Anthony Coleman smashes through St. Greg's defence to score a nice try
Kelly Sironen runs the ball straight
Kelly Sironen runs the ball straight
WOODLAWN CUT DOWN IN CLASH

AN OBSTRUCTION penalty denied Woodlawn fullback Jay Meaney the match-winning try in a 24-20 loss against St Gregory's College Campbelltown in the Combined Catholic Colleges Cup in Lismore.

Woodlawn looked set to make it to the quarter-finals of the state-wide competition until the Meaney try was disallowed.

Scores were locked 20-all at fulltime sending the game into extra-time.

There were five-minute halves with the winner decided by first try scorer in extra time. It almost went the full 10 minutes before Campbelltown winger Chris Debrincat scored the match-winner after some brilliant footwork out wide.

"We've been training since the first term and we really thought we could have got away with a win today," coach Simon Andrews said.

"Some decisions didn't go our way but it probably was an obstruction at the end there.

"This is one of the best teams I've been associated with and one of the best games I've ever seen out here.

"We couldn't have done anything more and we'll look to win the second-tier plate division now.

"Half the team are in year 10 so its looking pretty good for the future."

Halfback Jacob Follent controlled the game with his kicking and Anthony Colman was outstanding and best on the field at second row.

Centre Sam Elliot, hooker Zac Beecher, lock Kyle Kennedy and Meaney were the try-scorers for Woodlawn.

Andrews also made special mention of five-eighth Nick Meaney, centre Max Elliot and prop Hamish Cannon.
The 2012 Australian Schoolboys (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
The 2012 Australian Schoolboys (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
NSWCCC Coach Mr. Tim White with his 10 NSWCCC 2012 Australian Schoolboys (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
NSWCCC Coach Mr. Tim White with his 10 NSWCCC 2012 Australian Schoolboys (Photo : OurFootyMedia)
CCC DOMINATE 2012 AUSTRALIAN SCHOOLBOYS
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NSW CCC Dominate this years Australian Schoolboy team with 10 players selected after a week of Championship footy at Port MacQuarie.

2012 Finalists NSW CHS had 4 players selected, Queensland had the 2 Keebra boyz and the ACT has another schoolboy to follow in Hayden Hodge's footsteps.

The boyz get it on with the mighty England Academy side in 2 test matches in August.

Newly capped Schoolboy Chris Smith was a member of the AIS team that defeated the England Academy in December last year, so the can be beaten by a good footy side.

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2012 Australian Schoolboy Champions - NSW CCC (Photo : Our footyMedia)
2012 Australian Schoolboy Champions - NSW CCC (Photo : Our footyMedia)
NSWCCC ARE WORLD CHAMPIONS 'AGAIN'
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The NSW Combined Catholic Colleges are again the ASSRL Champions in 2012 after defeating NSWCHS in the Schoolboys Championships at Port MacQuarie on Friday.

NSWCCC Coach Mr. Tim White said " it was our defence that won it for us, not attack "

The NSWCCC were rewarded with 10 players selected in this years Australian Schoolboys team to play the mighty England Academy.
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