For the first time since 2006, Queensland is the 2015 NAB AFL Under 18 Division Two champions.
They did it in emphatic fashion, clean sweeping the competition to go three from three following a commanding 39-point win over NSW/ACT today in Geelong.
Queensland held the RAMS goalless for three of the four quarters, and were able to use their run and carry with the footy in hand. It was superb football.
Ben Keays was named the Harrison Medalist for Division Two, as the best player of the championships.
He had 26 touches today, two goals, and seven inside 50’s in another best on ground performance.
For a full recap of the game, scroll below to check out how it all unfolded from the opening bounce right through until the final siren.
QUEENSLAND 2.1 5.5 8.9 8.12 (60)
NSW/ACT 0.4 2.5 2.7 2.10 (22)
Queensland: Keays 2, Filewood 2, Edwards, Scheer, Budarick, Buzza
NSW/ACT: Tiziani, Hopper
Queensland: Keays, William, Chol, Hipwood, Reeves, Wagner, Weller, Budarick
NSW/ACT: Cornell, Baron-Hay, Himmelberg, Hopper, McFadden, Flynn, Hebron