2019 FFA National Youth Championships for Boys Results

FFA National Youth Championships for Boys

Date: Monday 30th September  – Friday 4th October 2019

Venue: C.ex International Stadium, Stadium Drive, Coffs Harbour

13 Years Official Fixtures

14 Years Official Fixtures

Day 3 Points Table

Photos


DAY FIVE RESULTS

FRIDAY 4th OCTOBER

After crowning the four National Champions yesterday, the fifth and final day of the FFA National Youth Championships saw Member Federation sides and Hyundai A-League Academy teams once again face off in cross-over matches as all teams looked to end their campaign on a high.

 

END OF TOURNAMENT AWARDS

13 Years

Hyundai A-League Academy National Champions – Brisbane Roar

Member Federation National Champions – Victoria Metro

Player of the Tournament – Oscar Tanic (Victoria Metro)

Goalkeeper of the Tournament – Daniel Graskoski (Victoria Metro)

Referee of the Tournament – Ellmir Asipi (Football Victoria)

 

14 Years

Hyundai A-League Academy National Champions – Newcastle Jets

Member Federation National Champions – Western Australia

Player of the Tournament – Ben van Dorssen (Newcastle Jets)

Goalkeeper of the Tournament – Lachlan Duke (Brisbane Roar)

Referee of the Tournament – Cole Davy (Football Federation South Australia)

 

Results

13 Years

8:30am – QLD Metro 0 def. by South Australia Red 2 (H. Crawford 5′, T. Griffiths 43′)

8:30am – Western Australia 0 def. by Northern NSW 2 (S. Anderson 12′, L. McCallum 20′)

9:30am – Northern Territory 0 def. by Tasmania 4 (D. Arnaiz 9′, 33′, M. Burnley 29′, B. Tu 32′)

9:30am – NSW Metro Blue 2 (J. Brazete 28′, 40′) def. NSW Metro White 0

10:30am – Newcastle Jets 2 (M. Rae 12′, 17′) def. by Capital Football 3 (T. Bvirakane 2′, S. Kelleher-Cole 16′, A. Cocks 46′)

10:30am – QLD Country 2 (L. Buckman, S. Wilson) def. NSW Country 0

11:30am – Perth Glory 2 (D. Adesina 10′, J. Pearman 25′) def. by Victoria Country 4 (N. Skoko 12′, 19′, L. Didulica 32′, M. Peretin 37′)

11:30am – South Australia Blue 3 (J. Finamore 12′, 14′, A. Marchesan 21′) def. Newcastle Jets 12s 0

12:30pm – Brisbane Roar 2 (M. Skerman 26′, 47′) def. by Victoria Metro 5 (H. Weerasinghe 5′, Y. Oo 21′, 23′, C. Dovison 41′, 43′)

14 Years

8:30am – Victoria Country 2 (J. Dal Zotto 3′, OG 28′) def. by South Australia Red 4 (J. D’Arrigo 12′, R. Kemsley 28′, L. Jovanovic 44′, C. Campbell 45′)

8:30am – QLD Metro 1 (S. Wiltshire 12′) def. by Northern NSW 2 (A. Gurung 26′, R. Fitzpatrick 28′)

9:30am – Northern Territory 0 def. by Tasmania 5 (L. Wakefield-Shersten 1′, C. Miley 22′, M. Michael 24′, 33′, S. Clarke 45′)

9:30am – NSW Metro Blue 2 (A. Bodlato 2′, L. Bonetig 41′) def. NSW Metro White 1 (G. Jabbour 20′)

10:30am – Brisbane Roar 0 def. by Victoria Metro White 1 (J. York 48′)

10:30am – NSW Country 2 (C. Ross 33′, H. Quinn 40′) def. South Australia Blue 0

11:30am – Perth Glory 1 (S. Morrison 47′) def. Victoria Metro Blue 0

11:30am – QLD Country 1 (J. Taylor 42′) def. Capital Football 0

12:30pm – Newcastle Jets 5 (B. Newton 3′, 6′, 34′, B. Loachaivaj 42′, A. Tan 48′) def. Western Australia 0


DAY FOUR RESULTS

THURSDAY 3rd October

On a sunny Day Four, the beginning of the second-phase of the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys kicks-off as each team will come up against the other sides from the differing groups in the competition in hopes of being crowned the National Champions.

13 Years

8:30am – Victoria Country 2 (M. Peretin 14′, R. Kalms 27′) def. Capital Football 0

8:30am – QLD Metro 0 drew Newcastle Jets 12s 0

9:30am – Newcastle Jets 1 (K. White 3′) drew Brisbane Roar 1 (T. Shepland 33′)

9:30am – Western Australia 1 (S. Byrne 11′) drew QLD Country 1 (T. Obani 7′)

10:30am – NSW Metro Blue 2 (J. Fakhoury 9′, M. Di Pizio 19′) def. South Australia Blue 1 (J. Zganec 14′)

10:30am – Northern Territory 1 (Z. Arias 14′) def. by NSW Country 3 (C. Cramer 3′, B. Wilson 13′, P. Kasawaya 25′)

12:30pm – Capital Football 0 def. by Victoria Metro 2 (N. Magarelli 35′, 42′)

12:30pm – Perth Glory 1 (D. Adesina 43′) def. Newcastle Jets 0

1:30pm – Newcastle Jets 12s 0 def. by South Australia Red 4 (C. Harris 38′, J. Garuccio 40′, P. McGregor 44′, L. Dobrovolski 47′)

1:30pm – QLD Country 0 def. by Northern NSW 1 (C. Vimpani 24′)

2:30pm – South Australia Blue 1 (J. Zganec) def. by NSW Metro White 2 (M. Fernandez 15′, H. Rushton 19′)

2:30pm – NSW Country 0 def. by Tasmania 2 (R.Bradford 12′, D .Arnaiz 40′)

3:30pm – Brisbane Roar 2 (O. Sonata 4′, K. McDougall 18′) def. Perth Glory 0

4:30pm – Victoria Country 0 def. by Victoria Metro 2 (R. Tafunai 20′, L. Green 24′)

14 Years

8:30am – Western Australia 3 (S. Hourani 12′, E. Banks 29′, R. Rahamim 32′) drew Victoria Metro White 3 (L. Minsink 8′, T. Minutoli 25′, L. Vickery 36′)

8:30am – Newcastle Jets 3 (E. Thomas Gilmore 18′, 50′) A. Tan 44′) def. Brisbane Roar 0

9:30am – Victoria Country 2 (A.Moorfoot 33′, Z. Francis 50′) def. Capital Football 0

9:30am – QLD Metro 5 (L. Moore 1′, 16′, S. Lee 7′, 25′, C. Deng 36′) def. NSW Country 0

10:30am – NSW Metro Blue 2 (R. St John 18′, J. Gasking 26′) def. QLD Country 1 (L. Mauro 36′)

10:30am – Northern Territory 0 def. by South Australia Blue 1 (M. Ali 33′)

11:30am – Perth Glory 2 (J. McDougall 10′, S. Despotovski 40′) def. Newcastle Jets 0

12:30pm – Victoria Metro White 0 def. by Victoria Metro Blue 2 (J. Najdovski 19′, M. Caputo 32′)

1:30pm – Capital Football 0 def. by South Australia Red 2 (M. Toure 6′, C. Campbell 31′)

2:30pm – QLD Country 0 def. by NSW Metro White 4 (G. Jabbour 12′, F. Dinovski 15′, 25′, D. Rasera 36′)

2:30pm – South Australia Blue 0 def. by Tasmania 1 (K. Simpson 22′)

3:30pm – NSW Country 0 def. by Northern NSW 1 (B. Boonstra 26′)

4:30pm – Western Australia 2 (O. Boruc 21′, T. Snook 22′) def. Victoria Metro Blue 1 (N. Connel 47′)

4:30pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (J. Dennis 30′) def. Perth Glory 0


DAY THREE RESULTS

WEDNESDAY 2nd OCTOBER

Day Three is the final day of group matches and it means the last opportunity for sides to battle it out for top spot in their respective groups in the FFA National Youth Championships for Boys.

The competing sides showcased some tremendous performances in the first couple of days, and as the competition reaches its halfway point, it poses to be a great chance for players to leave a lasting impression for their teams.

13 Years

8:30am – South Australia Blue 2 (S. Phillis 25′, 47′) def. Newcastle Jets 12s 1 (L. West 10′)

8:30am – Victoria Metro 3 (Y. Oo 28′, O. Tanic 35′, 46′) def. Brisbane Roar 0

9:30am – Northern Territory 0 def. by NSW Metro Blue 6 (E. di Coauco 2′, D. Bosnjac 7′, 26′, J. McClatchie 27′, A. Dobson 28′, M. Sofo 35′)

10:30am – NSW Country 0 def. by Capital Football 3 (S. Kelleher-Cole 2′, A. Waraga 6′, J. Milicevic 33′)

11:30am – Victoria Country 2 (R. Kalms 43′, M. Peretin 49′) def. Western Australia 1 (S. Palethorpe 10′)

11:30am – QLD Metro 2 (A. Dason 12′, E. Alisheme 42′) def. by Newcastle Jets 3 (K. White 16′, 19′, C. Reed 21′)

12:30pm – Newcastle Jets 12s 1 (J. Jenson 8′) drew Perth Glory 1 (D. Adesina 20′)

12:30pm – Tasmania 1 (M. Burley 37′) def. by South Australia Red 5 (P. McGregor 5′, H. Crawford 7′, 16′, G. Parkas 9′, K. Taka 22′)

1:30pm – QLD Country 5 (J. Cunsamy 6′, L. Rantucci 18′, L. Buckman 30′, 32′, 43′) def. NSW Country 1 (B. Wilson 4′)

1:30pm – Brisbane Roar 0 def. by Northern NSW 1 (L. McCallum 28′)

3:30pm – South Australia Red 1 (P. McGregor 31′) drew Victoria Metro 1 (R. Tafunai 3′)

3:30pm – Western Australia 1 (D. Bennie 28′) def. by QLD Metro 2 (M. Rust 4′, A. Ale 46′)

4:30pm – Capital Football 7 (J. Milicevic 15′, 18′, S. Kelleher-Cole 20′, 40′, A. Cochs 35′, T. Bvuirkare 37′) def. QLD Country 3 (L. Buckman 28′, 32′, L. Huchings 46′)

4:30pm – NSW Metro White 3 (T. Quintal 10′, C. Rengasamy 25′, J. Trajevski 28′) def. Northern NSW 1 (S. Anderson 14′)

14 Years

8:30am – Capital Football 0 drew QLD Country 0

8:30am – Western Australia 4 def. QLD Metro 1

9:30am – South Australia Blue 0 def. by Victoria Metro White 5 (L. Minsink 13′, 39′, M. Krysinski 27′, L. Hassani 32′, L. Vickery 34′)

10:30am – Victoria Metro Blue 1 (N. Connell 18′) def. Brisbane Roar 0

10:30am – NSW Metro White 1 (G. Jabbour 36′) def. Northern NSW 0

11:30am – NSW Country 0 drew Capital Football 0

11:30am – Northern Territory 1 (Magabo 42′) def. by NSW Metro Blue 7 (W. Kennedy 7′, 22′, A. Babolato 11′, R. St John 17′, J. Gasking 29′, 41′, D. Mizdrack 46′)

12:30pm – Victoria Country 3 (H. Watson 15, C. Naveen 22′, H. Al Hilfi 35′) def. Western Australia 2 (S. Houkani 7′, E. Banks 14′)

12:30pm – QLD Metro 0 def. by Newcastle Jets 2 (E. Thomas Gilmore 17′, B. Newton 43′)

1:30pm – Victoria Metro White 0 drew Perth Glory 0

1:30pm – Tasmania 0 def. by South Australia Red 5 (L. Stolinski 8′, 19′, 39′, OG 24′, R. White 45′)

2:30pm – Brisbane Roar 1 (J. Dennis 27′) def. by Northern NSW 2 (M. Middleby 7′, R. Fitzpatrick 28′)

3:30pm – QLD Country 2 (D. Brook 3′, S. Taylor 4′) def. NSW Country 0

4:30pm – South Australia Red 1 (J. Yull) def. by Victoria Metro Blue 2 (N. Connel, B. Mazzo)


DAY TWO RESULTS

TUESDAY 1 OCTOBER

Day Two of the FFA National Youth Championships was a wet one but all games still progressed and were played 30 minutes later than originally scheduled. After a terrific opening day of play, leaders emerged across the competition in the quest to be named National Champions.

13 Years

9:00am – South Australia Red 1 (C. Harris 22′) def. by NSW Metro White 3 (J. Davids 23′, M. Fernandez 32′, 42′)

9:00am – Tasmania 1 (M. Burley 38′) def. by Northern NSW 4 (A. Hollis 36′, S. Anderson 39′, 43′, 44′)

10:00am – NSW Metro Blue 1 (M. Di Pizio 25′) def. Newcastle Jets 0

10:00am – Western Australia 4 (T. Wright 25′, Y. Toto 36′, 50′ D. Bennie 41′) def. Northern Territory 0

11:00am – Capital Football 2 (OG 19′, T. Brirabare 49′) drew South Australia Blue 2 (H. Lynch 1′, J. Carrocci 24′)

11:00am – Newcastle Jets 12s 1 (J. Hill 41′) drew NSW Country 1 (P. Kasawaya 11′)

12:00pm – QLD Country 1 (L. Rantucci 3′) def. by Perth Glory 4 (D. Adesina 9′, 11′, S. Barry 23′, C. Sutherland 28′)

1:00pm – NSW Metro White 9 (T. Quintal 3′, 13′, 22′ L. Trajevski 4′, 17′, 21′, H. Rushton 6′, J. Davids 29′ 40′) def. Tasmania 0

1:00pm – Newcastle Jets 2 (K. White 16′, 22′) def. by Victoria Country 3 (L. Rothengatter 15′, R. Kalms 17′, N. Skoko 34′)

2:00pm – Western Australia 0 def. by NSW Metro Blue 3 (A. Robson 16′, D. Rose 34′, A. Rizghlia 47′)

2:00pm – QLD Metro 6 (C. Nicolowi 5′, J. Campbell 23′, A. Dason 31′, 48′, S. Stephens 33′, D. Mercuri 46′) def. Northern Territory 0

3:00pm – Brisbane Roar 2 (T. Shapland 7′, M. Skerman 24′) def. South Australia Red 0

3:00pm – Northern NSW 0 def. by Victoria Metro 4 (R. Tafunai 6′, Y. Oo 9′, 26′ D. Aluthjaqe 20′,

4:00pm – Newcastle Jets 12s 2 (A. Mewett 16′, S. Manning-Love 25′) def. QLD Country 0

4:00pm – Perth Glory 2 (J. Leithead 8′, C. Sutherland 34′) def. South Australia Blue 0

5:00pm – Victoria Country 0 drew QLD Metro 0

14 Years

9:00am – Victoria Country 0 def. by QLD Metro 2 (L. Byrne 31′, S. Wiltshire 33′)

10:00am – Perth Glory 4 (M. George 10′, R. Manariyo 13′, W. Formston 42′, D. Luliano 46′) def. South Australia Blue 0

11:00am – NSW Metro Blue 0 def. by Newcastle Jets 1 (E. Thomas Gilmore 40′)

11:00am – Western Australia 8 (E. Banks 2′, 42′ O. Boric 7′, 49′, L. Byrne 13′, A. Da Rocha 18′, R. Rahamim 45′, T. Snook 50′) def. Northern Territory 0

12:00pm – South Australia Red 1 (L. Jovanovic 18′) drew NSW Metro White 1 (G. Jabbour 48′)

12:00pm – Tasmania 1 (A. Vogelaar 14′) def. by Northern NSW 2 (S. Dul 40′, A. Gurung 49′)

1:00pm – Victoria Metro White 1 (J. York 45′) def. NSW Country 0

1:00pm – QLD Country 2 (L. Mauro 8′, D. Brock 48′) def. Perth Glory 0

2:00pm – Capital Football 0 drew South Australia Blue 0

2:00pm – Newcastle Jets 3 (B. Newton 24′, I. Tan 28′, E. Thomas Gilmore 33′) def. Victoria Country 0

3:00pm – QLD Metro 7 (S. Lee 3′, J. Meacock 6′, 21′, C. Deny 9′, 42′, R. Moore 29′, M. Mohammed 50′) def. Northern Territory 0

3:00pm – NSW Metro White 10 (W. Faulder 6′, 10′, 22′, 24′, F. Dimovski 15′, G. Jabbour 28′, 44′, R. Soto 30′, R. Youlley 32′, 50′) def. Tasmania 0

4:00pm – Northern NSW 1 (M. King 10′) drew Victoria Metro Blue 1 (A. Kapaklis 36′)

4:00pm – Western Australia 2 (E. Banks 28′, J. Kingston 35′) def. NSW Metro Blue 0

5:00pm – Brisbane Roar 2 (J. Dennis 24′, F. Nash 40′) drew South Australia Red 2 (L. Jovanovic 44′, 47′)

5:00pm – Victoria Metro White 4 (L. Hassami 19′, T. Minutoli 46′, 48′, J. Siekris 50′) def. QLD Country 1 (S. Taylor 37′)


DAY ONE RESULTS

MONDAY 30 SEPTEMBER

All Member Federations’ and Hyundai A-League Academy sides kicked off their FFA National Youth Championships for Boys 2019 campaigns on an overcast but hot day at Coffs Harbour’s C.ex International Stadium.

13 Years

8:30am – Perth Glory 2 (J. Leithead 22′, R. Foxe 31′) def. NSW Country 1 (K. Salvanera 23′)

8:30am – Victoria Metro 7 (Dovison 7′, 12′, 21′, Mihailidas 31′, 39′, Rizzuto 33′, Kellis 34′) def. NSW Metro White 1 (Trajevski 46′)

9:30am – Northern Territory 0 def. by Newcastle Jets 6 (T. Hedley 16′, 45′, K. White 18′, J. Rafty 25′, M. Rae 28′, R. McManus 40′)

10:30am – NSW Metro Blue 1 (D. Rose 40′) drew with Victoria Country 1 (R.Kalms 8′)

10:30am – Capital Football 1 (J. Milicevic 10′) def. Newcastle Jets 12s 0

11:30am – Victoria Metro 5 (O. Tanic 25′, 32′, Y. Oo 27′, 39′, C. Dorison 46′) def. Tasmania 1 (E. Wright 11′)

11:30am – South Australia Red 5 (H. Crawford 4′, 30′, P. McGregor 7, 27′, L. Blazevic 33′) def. Northern NSW 2 (G. Harrison 9′, OG 13′)

12:30pm – NSW Country 0 def. by South Australia Blue 2 (A. Hakeem 4′, J. Termineib 10′)

12:30pm – Brisbane Roar 0 drew NSW Metro White 0

1:30pm – Perth Glory 2 (J. Leithead 20′, D. Adesina 44′) def. by Capital Football 4 (S. Kelleher-Cole 13′, A. Waraga 24′, 31′, T. Bvirakare 25′)

2:30pm – Newcastle Jets 2 (K. White 42′, T. Hedley 48′) drew Western Australia 2 (K. Lim 13′, 30′)

2:30pm – Victoria Country 6 (M. Peretin 11′, Z. Stosic 26′, P. Wall 38′, R. Kalms 40′, 48′, 49′) def. Northern Territory 0

3:30pm – QLD Metro 1 (D. Kambona 43′) def. NSW Metro Blue 0

4:30pm – Tasmania 0 def. by Brisbane Roar 2 (N. Goodhind 16′, 29′)

4:30pm – South Australia Blue 5 (J. Zganec 7′, 17′, S. Phillis 15′, I. Jordaan 18′, A. Rapuano 23′) def. QLD Country 4 (J. Cansamy 3′, K. Willmot 34′, L. Buckman 44′, L. Rantucci 49′)

14 Years

8:30am – South Australia Blue 0 def. by QLD Country 2 (T. Waddingham 6′, D. Brook 17′)

8:30am – Tasmania 1 (K. Robinson 29′) def. by Brisbane Roar 5 (J. Maher 9′, F. Nash 24′, G. Okumu 30′, T. Cobb 41′, C. McCarthy 50′)

9:30am – Perth Glory 3 (S. Morrison 35′, R. Manariyo 42′, Cueva 50′) def. NSW Country 0

9:30am – Capital Football 0 def. by Victoria Metro White 3 (T. Minutoli 9′, 16′, Mensink 31′)

10:30am – Northern Territory 1 (J. Lan 24′) def. by Newcastle Jets 10 (J. Newton 15′, 23′, 27′, 31′, 39′, W. Eick, E. Gilmore 34′, 43′, 44′, 49′)

10:30am – South Australia Red 7 (R. Kemsley 6′, J. De Conno 10′, L. Jovanovic 19′, 20′, 45′, J. Yull 43′, M. Toure 50′) def. Northern NSW 1 (S. Jackson 22′)

11:30am – NSW Metro Blue 1 (R. Okon 22′) def. Victoria Country 0

12:30pm – Victoria Metro Blue 6 (M. Caputo 2′, O. McCloskey 11′, 32′, J. Najdovski 27′, 49′, B. Mazzeu 43′) def. Tasmania 1 (G. Ferreria)

1:30pm – NSW Country 1 (B. Callaghan 36′) drew South Australia Blue 1 (R. Stam 48′)

1:30pm – Brisbane Roar 0 def. by NSW Metro White 3 (G. Jabbour 8′, R. Youlley 18′, F. Dimovski 33′)

2:30pm – QLD Metro 0 def. by NSW Metro Blue 1 (A. Baddalo 45′)

3:30pm – Perth Glory 0 def. by Capital Football 1 (H. Ilitch 24′)

3:30pm – Newcastle Jets 1 (E. Gilmore 19′) def. by Western Australia 2 (R. Rahamim 8′, S. Byrne 40′)

4:30pm – Victoria Country 8 (H. Watson 2′, 15′, Z. Francis 7′, G. Corbo 12′, C. Naveen 25′, A. Moorfoot 36′, H. Hilfi 46′) def. Northern Territory 0

4:30pm – Victoria Metro Blue 2 (B. Mazzeo 25′, A. Kapaklis 34′) def. NSW Metro White 0


Welcome from the NSW Government

On behalf of the NSW Government, I would like to welcome you to the FFA National Youth Championships in beautiful Coffs Harbour.

The NSW Government is proud to support this fantastic event through its tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW. The FFA National Youth Championships is crucial to helping grow the sport of football, as well as driving tourism to regional NSW.

Tourism underpins rural and regional communities – directly employing more than
90,000 people and contributing $19.5 billion to the State’s economy.  Initiatives like this directly benefit local communities.

Coffs Harbour is wonderfully diverse and I hope all competitors, coaching staff, families and friends are able to make the most of their stay in this spectacular part of NSW. Explore the ancient rainforests and pristine marine park, visit the iconic Big Banana and stunning beaches and enjoy all there is to see and do in this region.

I would like to wish all competitors the very best of luck this week and trust you will enjoy your time in Coffs Harbour.

The Hon. Stuart Ayres MP

Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism
and Western Sydney

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