The QRL Sapphires are the inaugural U19 Women’s National Champions after defeating the QRL Rubys at Moreton Daily Stadium.
NSW City and NSWRL Country played out an 8-all draw in their 3rd place playoff game, while Northern Territory and Western Australia also picked up wins on the final day of the competition.
QRL Rubys’ lock Tiana Raftstrand-Smith was awarded the Tahnee Norris Medal for Player of the Championship.
Final day results
QRL Sapphires 16 (Keilee Joseph 2, Baylee Davies, Tiamo Williams tries) def. QRL Rubys 4 (Tyesha Mikaio try).
3rd place playoff
NSWRL City 8 (Andie Robinson, Leilani Wilson tries) def. NSWRL Country 8 (Sophie Clancy, Matilda Jones tries).
5th place playoff
Northern Territory 10 (Rease Casey, Elisa Niki tries; Rease Casey goal) def. Victoria 4 (Ariana Matue try).
7th place playoff
Western Australia 40 (Brooklyn Joyce 2, Naomi Kamizona-Heke 2, Ariana Ruru-Hinaki, Brianna Young, Georgia Midson, Kyarn Paekau tries; Tiana Graham 3, Nicole Ledington goals) def. South Australia 0.