Met North & Met East Clinch State Titles


Met North in the 13 Boys and Met East in the 14 Boys were crowned Football NSW State Titles Champions as the week-long tournament concluded in both Ted Scobie Sports Oval and Valentine Sports Park on Friday.

The 13 Boys category was played in fantastic spirit at Griffith as Met North coached by Danny Beauchamp proved too slick for their opponents from various regional and metropolitan areas clinching top spot with Met South finishing runners-up.

Country Western, coached by Callum Christie claimed bragging rights by being crowned Country Championship winners with Riverina finishing runners up.

While in the 14 Boys at Football NSW’s Valentine Sports Park in Glenwood, Met East, coached by Paul Bertolissio, proved too strong for the competition as the talented squad finished top of the table ahead of runners-up Met West.

Country Riverina, coached by Samuel Gray, made it a special week for the region as they were crowned Country Championship winners while Western clinched second spot.

These Football NSW State Titles are conducted annually and are an essential part of the recognised player pathway for State Team selections.

State Titles are split between July and September for selection purposes with the 12 Boys, 15 Boys and 12 and 14 Girls playing out their matches from the 26 to the 30th of September while the 16 Girls staging their games from the 27th till the 29th of September.