12, 13 & 14 Years Champion of Champions Crowned at Inaugural Competition

October 10th, 2018
PHOTO: 13 Years Champions – Northern Storm

Valentine FC, Northern Storm and Broadmeadow Magic Youth FC have been crowned as winners of the Inaugural Northern NSW Football (NNSWF) Champion of Champions competition at Coffs Harbour’s C.ex International Stadium as the 12, 13 and 14 Years competitions came to an end.

The tournament featured the leading teams from the seven Member Zones who were invited to represent their Zone to compete for the coveted and first-ever title, and resulted in an exciting conclusion.

In the 12 Years competition, Valentine FC took out the title after winning a championship-deciding match against Alstonville FC in the final match of the day, finishing the tournament having scored an incredible 32 goals over their four games.

Northern Storm ended their campaign five points clear at the top in the 13 Years competition to win and amazingly only conceded in just one match, while Broadmeadow Magic Youth proved their dominance in the 14 Years tournament winning all five of their matches, including a title-deciding bout with Westlakes Wildcats in the final round.

The 15 and 16 Years competitions, which began on Tuesday, will conclude on Thursday.

The full results and tables from each competition can be found here.

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