FFA National Youth Championships for Boys

September 28th, 2015

2015 FFA National Youth Championships for Boys – Official Championship Draw 

2015 FFA National Youth Championships for Boys – Official Points Tables

Determination of Winners

Day 1 Photos

Day 2 Photos

Day 3 Photos

Day 4 Photos

Day 5 Photos

Presentation Photos

 

In a tightly contested Championships with a frenzied race to the final day of fixtures, South Australia claimed the title of 13 Years National Champions and Queensland took out the 14 Years.

Capital Football topped Group B in both the 13 and 14 Years, with both picking up maximum points.

Individual awards were also presented at the closing ceremony (full list below).

Full List of Winners:


Referee of the Championships


13 Years: Luke Camilleri (Victoria)

14 Years: Samuel Kuys (South Australia)

 Goalkeeper of the Championships


13 Years: Sam Westcott (NSW Country)

14 Years: Lachlan Hunter (Queensland Metro)

Player of the Championships

13 Years: Zachary Barbatano (Capital Football)

14 Years: Aiden Edwards (Football West)

13 Years


Group B Winners: Capital Football

National Champions: South Australia

14 Years

Group B Winners: Capital Football

Champions: Queensland Metro

 

View Full Results From C.ex Coffs International Stadium Throughout the Week Right Here 

 

Day 5 Friday 2nd October

13 Years

9.50am Queensland Metro 1 (Christopher Morseray 38’) drew Football West 1 (Trent Ostler 18’)

11.10am Capital Football 3 (Zachary Barbatano 10’, 17’, Cody Ashburner 37’ def. NSW Country 2 (Jackson Willis 6’, Elijah Brooker 59’)

12.30pm Victoria Metro 0 def. by South Australia 2 (Raphael Rodriguez 36’, Luis Lawrie-Lattanzio 49’)

1.50pm Queensland Country 1 (Luke Lister 6’) def. Tasmania 0

3.10pm Victoria Country 1 (Alex Diamond 40’) def. Northern NSW Country 0

4.30pm Northern NSW Metro 1 (Matthew Burton 14’) def. by NSW Metro 3 (Jaiden Kucharski 28’, 35’, Cameron Peupion 39’)

6pm Presentation of Trophies and Medallions

 

14 years

8.30am Capital Football 4 (David Rodriguez 9’, Lucas Mauragis 10’, 57’, Ben Obst 58’) def. Tasmania 2 (Bradley Lakoseljac 24’, Heath Davies 42’)

9.50am Victoria Metro 2 (Matthew Harrington 42’, 48’) def. by NSW Country 3 (Cal Dixon 23’, 54’, Jaeden Andreazza 27’)

11.10am Football West 2 (Oleg Tarshin 54’, Bryce Bafford 60’) drew NSW Metro 2 (Michael Osei-Adomako 3’, 30’)

12.30pm Northern NSW Country 0 def. by Queensland Country 3 (Luke Behan 26’, Caleb Galea 29’, Liam Garnaut 47’)

1.50pm Northern Territory 0 def. by Victoria Country 7 (Louis Gorman 6’, 8’, 17’, Jesse Matthews 12’, Gianlucalannucci 18’, 27’, Akshat Singh 56’)

3.10pm Queensland Metro 4 (Daniel Cuttler 51’, 55’, Hassan Ramazani 60’) def. Northern NSW Metro 0 (Ethan Byrnes OG 6’)

4.30pm NSW Country 0 def. by South Australia 1 (Peter Katsambis 39’)

6pm Presentation of Trophies and Medallions

 

Day 4 Thursday 1st October

13 Years

8.30am Northern NSW Country 0 drew Queensland Country 0

9.50am Football West 4 (Daniel Walsh 25’, 53’, Riley Warland 32’, Jake Ciantar OG 34’) def. Victoria Metro 2 (Dalibor Markovic 14’, James Tountas 26’)

11.10am NSW Metro 1 (Navrone Darjani 55’) def. by Queensland Metro 3 (Christopher Morseray 6’, Danilo Kovacevic 10’, Harry Arnison 23’)

12.30pm NSW Country 4 (Brock Twigg 3’, Massimo Forlico 9’, Jordan Austin 20’, 46’) def. Victoria Country 1 (Nicholas Volarevic 12’)

1.50pm South Australia 1 (Lewis Lawrie-Lattanzio 13’) def. Northern NSW Metro 0

3.10pm Tasmania 0 def. by Capital Football 3 (Dejan Nedeski 39’, 52’, Zachary Barbatano 59’)

 

14 Years

 8.30am South Australia 0 def. by Victoria Metro 2 (Liston Diaz 50’, 60’)

9.50am Capital Football 5 (Mikey Katsoulis 8’, 15’, 35’, Ryan Gulevski 42’, Kai Trewin 52’) def. Queensland Country 3 (Alick Gaske 3’, Jonathan Mueller 11’, Liam Garnaut 41’)

11.10am Football West 3 (Oleg Tarshin 20’, 29’, Jacob Italiano 32’) def. NSW Country 2 (Kye Irwin 43’, Jaeden Andreazza 54’)

12.30pm Northern NSW Country 6 (Chai Davis 6’, Flynn Goodman 12’, Cooper Sweeney 23’, Ryan Waite 26’, Charlie Burton 45’, 48’) def. Northern Territory 0

1.50pm Tasmania 1 (Ryan Backhouse 53’) def. by Victoria Country 2 (Mitchell Graham 4’, Gianlucalannucci 17’)

3.10pm Queensland Metro 1 (Issac Considine 26’) drew South Australia 1 Steffan Casalbore 7’)

4.30pm NSW Metro 3 (Jackson Mortimer 7’, Thomas Aquilina 15’, Dylan Ruiz Diaz 53’) def. Northern NSW Metro 0

 

Day 3 Wednesday 30th September

13 Years

8.30am Northern NSW Metro 2 (Nick Curran 10’, Matthew Burton 42’) def. Queensland Metro 1 (Christopher Morseray 29’)

9.50am Capital Football 3 (Zachary Barbatano 13’, Cody Ashburner 46’) def. Northern NSW Country (Sam Modderno 28’, 38’, Aleki Ingham OG 49’)

11.10am South Australia 2 (Noah Blazeka 9’ Morgan Evans 55’) def. Football West 0

12.30pm NSW Country 2 (Jack Scotcher 2’, Massimo Forlico 59’) def. Tasmania 0

1.50pm Victoria Country 3 (Nicholas Volarevic 3’, Sebastian Pirruccio 8′, 28’) def. Queensland Country 0

3.10pm NSW Metro 1 (George Antonis 16’) drew Victoria Metro 1 (Jordan Bos 47’)

 

14 Years

8.30am NSW Metro 0 def. by South Australia 2 (Peter Katsambis 25’, Christopher Vivian 49’)

9.50am Northern NSW Metro (Kaleb Cox 26’, Harrison Frendo 51’) def. Victoria Metro 0

11.10am Northern NSW Country 0 drew Tasmania 0

12.30pm Victoria Country 1 (Jake Cardillo 36′) def. by Capital Football 3 (Mikey Katsoulis 12’, Ben Obst 35’, Ryan Gulevski 52’)

1.50pm NSW Country 1 (Jaeden Andreazza 26’) def. by Queensland Metro 2 (Joel Anich 5’, Josh Dearn 22’)

3.10pm Northern NSW Metro 2 (Kaleb Cox 49’, 59’) drew Football West 2 (Jacob Italiano 19’ Harry Collins 28’)

4.30pm Queensland Country 8 (Luke Behan 8’, Jonoathan Mueller 12’, 21’, 24’, 29’, Bradley Mills 25’, Stuart Fogelis 42’, Macgregor Reid 49’) def. Northern Territory 0

 

Day 2 Tuesday 29th September

13 Years

9.50am Northern NSW Country 1 (Joshua Gardner 48’) def. NSW Country 0

11.10am Victoria Metro 1 (Birkan Kirdar 55’) drew Northern NSW Metro 1 (Jack Simons 44’)

12.30pm Football West 2 (Dylan Leonard 9’, Trent Ostler 33’) drew. NSW Metro 2 (Noah Botic 17’, Cameron Peupion 59’)

1.50pm Queensland Country 2 (Luke Lister 15’, 45’) def. by Capital Football 4 (Zachary Barbatano 20’, 22’, 44’, 56’)

3.10pm Queensland Metro 2 (Brodie Boyce 7’, Joshua Hong 55’) def. South Australia 1 (Raymond Muhoma 54’)

4.30pm Victoria Country 1 (Alex Diamond 21’) def. Tasmania 0

 

14 Years

8.30am Victoria Metro 0 def. by NSW Metro 8 (Yousef Sawalha 4’, Michael Osei-Adomako 31’, Lochlan Constable 35’, Adrian Neoklis 37’, 47’, Jackson Mortimer 39’, 55’, Dylan Ruiz Diaz 59’)

9.50am Queensland Metro 1 (Thanasi Kalatzis 10’) def. by Football West 2 (Oleg Tarshin 13’, Bryce Bafford 41’)

11.10am Queensland Country 1 (Bradley Mills 56’) drew Tasmania 1 (Bradley Lakoseljac 30’)

12.30pm Northern Territory 0 def. by Capital Football 5 (Lucas Mauragis 4’, 18’, 22’, Mikey Katsoulis 52’, Ben Obst 55’)

1.50pm South Australia 1 (Beau Nunan 52’) def. by Northern NSW Metro 3 (Kaleb Cox 31’, 53’, Anthony Wood 34’)

3.10pm NSW Country 1 (Jaeden Andreazza 52’) vs. NSW Metro 2 (Jackson Mortimer 17’, 21’)

4.30pm Victoria Metro 1 (Liston Diaz 29’) def. by Queensland Metro 2 (Lleyton Brooks 33’, Oliver Williams 55’)

5.50pm Victoria Country 0 def. by Northern NSW Country 3 (Flynn Goodman 18’, 38’, Bayley Topper 45’)

  

Day 1 Monday 28th September

13 Years

8.30am Opening Ceremony

9am Capital Football 3 (Zachary Barbatono 5’, 12’, 16’) def. Victoria Country 0

10.20am NSW Metro 4 (Cameron Peupion 6’, Jayden Trenkovski 12’, Nectarious Triantis 55’) def. South Australia 1 (Kerrin Stokes OG 3’, Raphael Rodrigues 16’)

11.40am NSW Country 1 (Carter Ramsey 27’) drew Queensland Country 1 (Luke Lister 58’)

1pm Tasmania 1 (Kynan West 27′) def. Northern NSW Country 0

2.20pm Football West 1 (Trent Ostler 2’) def. Northern NSW Metro 0

3.40pm Victoria Metro 1 (Jordan Bos 11’) def. Queensland Metro 0

 

14 Years

8.30am Opening Ceremony

9am Northern NSW Metro 2 (Samuel Donellan 27’, 41’) def. NSW Country 0

10.20am Capital Football 1 (Mikey Katsoulis 7’) def. Northern NSW Country 0

11.40am Football West 3 (Bryce Bafford 7’, 17’, 23’) def. Victoria Metro 0

1pm Victoria Country 2 (Fraser Grosstray 21′, 51′) def. by Queensland Country 3 (Liam Garnaut 18′, Stuart Fogelis 36, Kyren Walters 49′)

2.20pm NSW Metro 0 def. by Queensland Metro 1 (Oliver Williams 40’)

3.40pm Tasmania 4 (Bradley Lakoseljac 23’, Same Rokkoris 27’, Heath Davies 29’, Kacey McCarthy 34’) def. Northern Territory 1 (Rafa Soares 5’)

5pm South Australia 5 (Louis D’Arrigo 4’, Stefan Casalbore 18’, Beau Nunan 29’, Christian Aloisi 46’, 58’) def. Football West 2 (Bryce Bafford 47’, Jacob Italiano 57’)

 

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