Junior State Cup 2018 – Wrap up, Winners, MVPs and Super Series Teams
2018 Junior State Cup attracted 100 Referees, 157 teams from 24 venues, 2,600 players and 6500 spectators in a fun filled and exciting 3 days to Sunshine Coast Stadium.
Queensland Oztag would like to thank everyone that was involved in making this huge weekend so enjoyable; from the parents, to the coaches, the players and all the referees and officials involved.
A massive congratulations to all players that participated over the weekend in the sweltering heat. Everyone still managed to keep soldiering on whilst showcasing extremely high skill levels and energy.
It was a extremely successful weekend for two of the powerhouses in the state, Miami (9) and Caloundra (8), that between them saw a large majority of finals, with Miami getting the upper hand with winning 6 grand finals out of the 12 divisions. However, It wasn’t just all about these 2 teams over the weekend. Whilst these 2 clubs saw out a majority of the grand finals, they didn’t do it easy. Throughout the whole finals series we saw a large amount of games decided in overtime and an average winning margin of only 2.6 points. We also saw Labrador (2) and Springfield (1) take out grand finals. To check out all the results from the Grand Finals follow the link:
2018 JSC Grand Final Results
Junior State Cup saw outstanding talent come from far and wide with our MVP’s coming from 10 different venues across the 12 divisions. These stretched all the way from Townsville to Tweed Heads and everywhere in between. To check out all of the MVP’s follow the link:
Throughout the event we also had 50 selectors there to select players to represent the Queensland City Centurions and the Queensland County Mavericks at the 2018 Tri Series held in June. To see all of the teams please follow the links below
MVPs: Click Here
Finals Results: Click Here
2018 City/Country Teams
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We hope that everyone enjoyed the tournament and we look forward to seeing you all again in 2019 for an even bigger and better Junior State Cup