Day 1 – Sunday June 25, Collegians Sports Centre
Western Australia 76 (Dominic Kaukai 2, Ethan Boyce, Ricardo Ellison, Ethan Gudiri, Zihan Guo, Te Putuangaanga Huriwai-Brown, Brandon Hodges, Connor McFillin, Kyran Namana-Tahere, Tuakana Rangihaeata, Isaiah Sa’U, Rangi Thompson, Lennox Williams tries; Kyran Namana-Tahere 6, Tuakana Rangihaeata 3, Te Putuangaanga Huriwai-Brown 1 goals) def. South Ausralia 0.
Victoria 42 (Zacharius Fuimaono 2, Deveraux Feo, Nicholas Facchi, Freedym Matamaki, Rory Pretty, Xaviour Taufa, Timothy Taulia, Poasa Telepe tries; Jared Nauma 3 goals) def. Northern Territory 12 (Matti Moyle 2 tries; Ethan Andrews 2 goals).
Queensland Maroon 28 (Rixson Andrew, Jamaine Laei, Grant Tuisamo, Keegan Vandenberg, Samuel Walker tries; Reece Walsh 4 goals) def. NSWCCC 16 (Cameron Lawrence 2, Sandon Smith tries; Niwhai Puru 2 goals).
NSWCIS 22 (Darcy Clifton, Jamie Davison, Louis Grossemy, Viliami Penisini, Joseph Suaalii tries; Viliami Penisini 1 goal) drew ACT 22 (Joseph Delle, Joshua Knight, Mitchell Spencer, Junior Tupou tries; Junior Tupou 3 goals).
NSWCHS, Queensland White – Bye
Man of the Match awards
Western Australia Kyran Namana-Tahere (Clarkson Community High School )
South Australia Kade Fennell (Menindee Central School)
Victoria Kornellias Akeli (Craigieburn Secondary College)
Northern Territory Matti Moyle (Darwin High School)
Queensland Maroon Brendan Piakura (Coombabah State High School)
NSWCCC Jai Winbergen-Titoko (McCarthy Catholic College, Emu Plains)
NSWCIS Louis Grossemy (The Scots College, Bellevue Hill)
ACT Kane Smith (Marist College, Canberra)
Day 2 fixtures
10:30am – Western Australia v Northern Territory
11:50am – South Australia v Victoria
1:00pm – ACT v Queensland White
2:10pm – NSWCHS v Queensland Maroons
NSWCC, NSWCIS – Bye