Schoolboys carnival big hit with kids

Another Riverina Schoolboys Carnival has ended with plenty of excited youngsters taking home pennants.

The largest rugby league carnival in the country attracted strong support with teams from across the Riverina and from as far as Canberra and Victoria descending on Junee on Saturday.

Organiser Lola Cummins said the big day was another success with 150 teams taking part.

“It all went off pretty well,” Cummins said. 

“We had one team pull out the night before and one who just didn’t show up on the day so that wasn’t bad and we had plenty of referees which was absolutely fantastic.”

Cummins said one of the highlights was 12 young ladies who helped referee the games.

The home team took out the 11A division as well as the 12B pennant.

Albury, Leeton, Tumut, Gundagai and Young also claimed A division pennants.

Turvey Park took out the 15B title with Wagga Magpies winning the C pennant in both under 10 and under 11.


Under 15 division

15A Albury 

15B Turvey Park

Under 14 division

14A Leeton

14B Griffith

Under 13 division

13A Tumut 

13B Junee

Under 12 division 

12A Gundagai

12B Junee

12C Temora

12D Leeton

Under 11 division

11A Junee

11B Cowra

11C Wagga Magpies

11D Albury

11E South Tuggeranong

Under 10 division

10A Young

10B Cootamundra

10C Wagga Magpies

10D Albury

10E Narrandera

Under 9 division

9 Black South Tuggeranong

9 Blue Kangaroos Red

9 Green Kangaroos Blue

9 Red Tumut

9 White Junee Gold

9 Yellow Yass

Under 8 division

8 Black Gungahlin

8 Blue Gundagai

8 Green Kangaroos

8 Red Cootamundra

8 White Temora

8 Yellow Brothers Green

Under 7 division

7 Black Leeton Green

7 Blue Gungahlin

7 Green Young

7 Red Cootamundra

7 White Tumbarumba

PICTURES: For more pictures from the day here.

You can also catch some of the action between Wagga Magpies and Leeton in the video below.


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