Congratulations to the following squad of players who will travel to Melbourne for Round 2 and 3 of the U18 National Championships.
The NT Thunder were first on the scoreboard, but it didnít take long for NSW/ACT to assert their dominance in their 81 point win at Blacktown International SportsPark.
The Swans look for nine in a row against the Tigers at the MCG, and the GIANTS take on local talent Sam Rowe and the Blues at Spotless Stadium.
After taking on the best of the WAFL, the NEAFL representative side will play its second representative fixture against Tasmania at Bellerive Oval on Saturday.
NSW/ACT will look to improve upon their performances in the TAC Cup when Division 2 of the Under-18 AFL National Championships begin this weekend.
Four New South Wales football clubs have been selected to receive a swag of prizes as part of OPSM's 'Sports Vision for Clubs' program.
For the first time since Round 3 the Sydney Swans and GWS GIANTS both finished as victors, beating Port Adelaide and the Brisbane Lions respectively.
The third annual Intensive English Centre championships was held at Blacktown International Sports Park on Wednesday, with a record number of participants.