2016 Telstra Boys Challenge

September 16th, 2016

Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility will play host to over 110 of the region’s best junior players over the next two days for the 2016 Telstra Boys Challenge.

The Telstra Boys Challenge will host 12 years boys’ sides with competition commencing Saturday at 9.00am and continuing until Sunday afternoon.

Eight (8) squads will compete, consisting of sides from Northern NSW Football’s four regional zones, Football Far North Coast, Football Mid North Coast, North Coast Football and Northern Inland Football, playing as two NNSW Country sides, as well as an Emerging Jets side, a team from the Canberra United Academy and a side from Broadmeadow Magic.

Northern NSW Football’s Technical Director Michael Browne is looking forward to the tournament this weekend at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility.

“This is the inaugural 12’s Boys Telstra Challenge and we are looking forward to seeing players from the Country Zones perform against the local Zones and Emerging Jets in this age division, as well as against Broadmeadow Magic and southern visitors Canberra United Academy,” Browne said.

Fixtures and results are available here > Telstra Boys Challenge

Official Fixture Draws (confirmed Sunday matches included) 

Venue Map

Official Points Tables – 17/09/2016

Official Points Tables – 18/09/2016 (Final)

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