Participants were pumped at Day 2 of 2018 NSW Junior State Cup. And although it’s a little sad to think this will be the last year we’ll be in Port Macquarie, things are looking exciting for the new Southern Conference of JSC to enter Wagga in 2019, since the region’s club is now looking like a strong contender for Club Championship.

Wagga Wagga has qualified for the finals in a massive nine out of 10 divisions.

Though they better bring out their most viper-attacking efforts to take the title from Manly, which still in a strong place to take an unprecedented 8th consecutive Club Championship. Manly has qualified for finals in all 10 divisions.

While Orange has demonstrated a thunderous effort, qualifying in six separate divisions.

The Parramatta U18 Girls are chasing back-to-back titles. As are the Northern Beaches U10 Girls, and Wests U16 Boys.

We look forward to seeing who comes out on top on Day 3, though we feel like all players who are treated to a cup of Dippin’ Dots or Tropical Sno on the sidelines are winners.

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