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The interstate rivalry of the BMW Junior Gold Cup will continue in Sydney this weekend when the NSW U17s and U15s take on their counter parts from Queensland in a state of origin style clash.
Margaret Watson has played in three Women’s Rugby World Cups for Australia and now the Test hooker is imparting her knowledge on the next generation.
The Australian Rugby Union today congratulated the 2016 BMW Junior Gold Cup Champions Western Sydney in the U17s and Western Australia in the U15s age divisions.
The 2016 BMW Junior Gold Cup Finals will be contested in Perth for the U15s and Brisbane for the U17s after the completion of the Conference Finals over the weekend.
The Western Sydney U17s side have had a visit from one of the Parramatta Two Blues own in Qantas Wallaby, Tatafu Polota-Nau who visited the side at training on Wednesday.
The BMW Junior Gold Cup Conference Finals have been confirmed with Western NSW making Junior Gold history by becoming the first team from the region to make the Finals.
Hailing from inland NSW the young men playing for Western NSW’s BMW Junior Gold Cup sides have proven themselves to be more than handy Rugby players across both the U15s and U17s.
Round three of the BMW Junior Gold Cup saw some impressive wins in both conferences with games being played across NSW as well as the spiritual home of Queensland Rugby, Ballymore.
Round two of the BMW Junior Gold Cup has concluded with the sides from Queensland proving that there is plenty of talent coming through the northern state.
With the second week of the BMW Junior Gold Cup about to kick off, the South Australian JGC sides have been putting together their final preparations to take on the ACT.