Hills Hornets no longer the bridesmaid


Wagga definitely turned on the weather and some great touch to go with it.

With Arrive – Play – Leave protocols in place and the event being played in blocks – this year’s event was achieved thanks to our Affiliates who ensured that their clubs complied with our Covid safe Rules in place.

The Hills Hornets showed their sting making this year THEIR YEAR. No longer the runner-up and proving too strong in all divisions claiming Club Champions on finals day.

NSW Touch would like to thank the hosting Affiliate Wagga Wagga Touch, all Affiliates, players, referees, volunteers, and parents for helping to make 2022 Junior State Cup Southern Conference a success in warm conditions, and we would like to congratulate all the winners:

Under 10 Girls
Wagga Wagga 9 defeated Balmain Tigers 4
Player of the Final – Te-wai Kahuroa Wagga Wagga

Under 10 Boys
Penrith 5 defeated Wollongong Devils 0
Player of the Final – AJ Leatoupe Penrith

Under 12 Boys
Cronulla 13 v Balmain 4
Player of the Final – Coa Cooper Cronulla

Under 12 Girls
Wagga Wagga 7 defeated Cronulla 2
Player of the Final – Jaya Heffernan Wagga Wagga

Under 14 Boys
Hills Hornets 13 defeated Penrith 6
Player of the Final – Rhys Webster Hills Hornets

Under 14 Girls
Hills Hornets 16 defeated Balmain 15
Player of the Final – Shah Wakely Hill Hornets

Under 16 Boys
Western Suburbs 7 defeated Cronulla 2
Player of the Final –Daniel McMahon Western Suburbs

Under 16 Girls
Hills Hornets 11 defeated Penrith 2
Player of the Final – Ava Jones Hills Hornets

Under 18 Boys
Parramatta 9 defeated Penrith 8
Player of the Final – Vaviakila Rawali Parramatta

Under 18 Girls
Orange Thunder 13 defeated Wagga Wagga 6
Player of the Final – Josie Clarke Orange Thunder


Hills Hornets – 121 points

Penrith – 107 points

Wagga Wagga – 98

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