The 2018 Australian Schoolboys U15 merit sides have been announced following the conclusion of the ASSRL U15 National Championships held in Mackay this week.

In the Pool A Championship Final, Queensland Maroon defeated NSWCCC 36-10, with Queensland’s Tuvalii Khan-Pereira name the Player of the Final.

In the Pool B John Allen Trophy Final, Victoria defeated Western Australia 26-16, with Victoria’s Sua Faalogo named the Player of the Final.

15 Years Merit Team – Pool A
1 Tuvalli Khan-Pereira (Keebra Park State High – Qld Maroon)
2 Orlando Swain (Ipswich Grammar School – Qld Maroon)
3 Blake Cesari (St Mary’s College, Toowoomba – Qld Maroon)
4 Benjamin Lavender (Edmund Rice College, West Wollongong – NSWCCC)
5 Kienan Tempest (Alexandra Hills State High – Qld Maroon)
6 Jonah Pezet (St Mary’s Catholic College, Gateshead – NSWCCC)
7 Ezra Mam (Ambrose Treacy College, Brisbane – Qld Maroon)
8 Daniel Ah Chong (Redbank Plains State High – Qld Maroon)
9 Kobie Wilson (Endeavour Sports High – NSWCHS)
10 William Abou Arrage (Christian Brothers’ High, Lewisham
11 Jeremiah Nanai (Trinity Bay State High – Qld Maroon)
12 Noah Reed (Tuggerah Lakes Secondary College – NSWCHS)
13 Jed Hardy (Kirawee High – NSWCHS)

Player of the Championships: Ezra Mam (Ambrose Treacy College, Brisbane – Qld Maroon)


15 Years Merit Team – Pool B
1 Sua Faalogo (Craigieburn Secondary College – Victoria)
2 Joel Kuku (Tarneit P-12 College – Victoria)
3 William Latu (Darwin High – Northern Territory)
4 Regan Howley (Atwell College – Western Australia)
5 Nicholas Riggs (Seton Catholic College, Samson – Western Australia)
6 Austin Anderson (Aranmore Catholic College, Leederville – Western Australia)
7 Luke-David Wells-Talamaivao (Aranmore Catholic College, Leederville – Western Australia)
8 Markis Atoa (Mount Ridley P-12 College, Craigieburn – Victoria)
9 Kobi Alesi (Ocean Reef Senior High – Western Australia)
10 Gabriel Reedy-Bartlett (Hallam Senior College – Victoria)
11 Harry Sio (Sunshine Secondary College – Victoria)
12 Titan Tainanga (The Grange P-12 College, Hoppers Crossing – Victoria)
13 Aiden McDonough (Trinity College, East Perth – Western Australia)

Player of the Championships:Harry Sio (Sunshine Secondary College – Victoria)

Read more: http://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?assoc=2130&pID=1

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