2019 U15 Australian Schoolboys merit sides named

2019 U15 Australian Schoolboys Pool A merit team (Photo: ASSRL Facebook)

The 2019 Australian Schoolboys U15 merit sides have been announced following the conclusion of the ASSRL U15 National Championships held in Redcliffe this week.

In the Pool A Championship Final, NSWCCC defeated NSWCIS 12-6, with NSWCCC’s Myles Martin named the Player of the Final.

In the Pool B John Allen Trophy Final, the ASSRL ATSI Invitational team defeated Victoria 20-14, with the ATSI Invitational team’s Anthony Smith named the Player of the Final.

15 Years Merit Team – Pool A
1 Siteni Taukamo (Newington College – NSWCIS)
2 Cody Parry (Farrer Memorial Agricultural High – NSWCHS)
3 Paul Alamoti (Marist College, Kogarah – NSWCCC)
4 Robert Toia (St Josephs College, Nudgee – QSS Maroon)
5 Siotame Hansen (Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown – NSWCCC)
6 Oliver Cummins (St Augustine’s College – NSWCIS)
7 Iverson Teo (Endeavour Sports High, NSWCHS)
8 Trent Veukiso (Aspley State High – QSS Maroon)
9 Joash Papalii (Holy Spirit College, Lakemba – NSWCCC)
10 Solomone Saukuru (Westfields Sports High – NSWCHS)
11 Michael Abdow (Oakhill College – NSWCIS)
12 Kaden Williams (James Sheehan Catholic College – NSWCCC)
13 Myles Martin (Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown – NSWCCC)

Player of the Championships: Myles Martin (Patrician Brothers’ College, Blacktown – NSWCCC)


15 Years Merit Team – Pool B
1 Lele Levae (Mount Ridley P-12 College – Victoria)
2 Soul Sasulu (Keysborough College – Victoria)
3 William Afualo (Sunshine Secondary College – Victoria)
4 Jermaine Nean (Peel High – ATSI Invitational)
5 Liam Doolan (Maryborough State High – ATSI Invitational)
6 Bishop Walker (Manor Lakes Secondary College – Victoria)
7 Zinzan Kahu (Keysborough College – Victoria)
8 Malakai Griffiths (Armidale Secondary College – ATSI Invitational)
9 Suliasi Prescott (Laverton Secondary College – Victoria)
10 Kalile Leha (Endeavour Sports High – ATSI Invitational)
11 Levi Kereopa (Hallam Senior College – Victoria)
12 Kaleb Stanton (Oakey State High – ATSI Invitational)
13 Anthony Smith (Canobolas High – ATSI Invitational)

Player of the Championships: Malakai Griffiths (Armidale Secondary College – ATSI Invitational)

Read more: http://websites.sportstg.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=1-2130-0-0-0&sID=414327

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