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10 out of 10 Scorpions do it again

The Sydney Scorpions have once again continued their dominance of the Junior Regionals claiming their 10th consecutive Regional Championship title.

50 teams from the six New South Wales regions – Sydney Mets, Sydney Scorpions, Sydney Rebels, Southern Suns, Hunter Western Hornets, Northern Eagles and this year for the first time ACT Raiders – arrived in Orange to a chilly welcome all fighting for the title of Regional Champions.

For the first time, this year’s event welcomed Under 12’s into the mix along with the 14’s, 16’s and 18’s Boys and Girls divisions.

The Scorpions claimed four of the eight divisions on offer. Whilst the Scorpions were dominant they were pushed to the limits yet again by the ever-improving Hunter Western Hornets, who also participated in six finals and claimed two titles in Boys 12’s and Boy’s 18 divisions. Sydney Mets also claimed the  16’s and Girls 14’s divisions.

Final Results

12 Girls: Sydney Scorpions 2 def Hunter Western Hornets 0

Player of the Final: Tian Matthews Sydney Scorpions

12 Boys: Hunter Western Hornets 4 def Sydney Scorpions 3

Player of the Final:  Ethan Jarmain Hunter Western Hornets

 

14 Girls: Sydney Mets 2 def Sydney Rebels 1

Player of the Final: Faitala Moleka Sydney Mets

14 Boys: Sydney Scorpions 3 def Sydney Mets 2

Player of the Final: Tylan Black-Berryman Sydney Scorpions

 

16 Girls: Sydney Scorpions 4 def Hunter Western Hornets 2

Player of the Final: Emily Smith Sydney Scorpions

16 Boys: Sydney Mets 5 def Hunter Western Hornets 3

Player of the Final: Zachery Hunter Sydney Mets

 

18 Girls: Sydney Scorpions 3 def Hunter Western Hornets 0

Player of the Final: Lucy McDonald Sydney Scorpions

18 Boys: Hunter Western Hornets 6 def Sydney Mets 1

Player of the Final: Kurt Donoghue Hunter Western Hornets

 

2019 Good Sports Team

Scorpions Girls 18s

 

Regional Championships

1st Sydney Scorpions 91pts

2nd Hunter Western Hornets 84pts

3rd Sydney Mets 78pts

 

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