The girls of Chancellor State College and the boys of Warners Bay High School have taken out their respective divisions of the Harvey Norman National Schools Cup.
The South Queensland Sharks 18’s Boys side have finished the pool stages of the National Youth Competition with the most potent attack of any team in the tournament, piling on 62 touchdowns to sit atop of Pool C.
The 18’s Girls quarter-finals are all set at Touch Football Australia’s National Youth Championships, with defending champions QSST the hot favourites after going through the pool stages undefeated.
A grand final rematch is looking more and more likely in the 18’s Boys after a great day of competition at Touch Football Australia’s National Youth Competition on the Sunshine Coast.
Three teams have emerged as the front-runners in the 18’s Girls competition, with each going through four rounds unbeaten to top their respective pools.
The QSST 18’s Girls side have sent a message to the rest of the National Youth Competition after Day One – catch us if you can.