Check out our U13 & U14 Boys squads, and keep up-to-date with their results at the National Youth Championships in Coffs Harbour from 30th September to 4th October.
1. (GK) Joshua Smith, 2. Cassidy Schlesinger, 3. Parris Bangweni, 4. Michael Paragalli, 5. Sacha Kellever-Cole, 6. Atiya Waraga, 7. Leo Vanderpol, 8. Hugh McGhie, 9. Arran Cocks, 10. Joshua Milicevic, 11. Tanatswa Bvirakare, 12. Angus Wales, 13. Harry Rowley, 14. Kye Cossetini, 15. Jack Ellwood, 16. (GK) Finn Beasley, 17. Solomon Belcher.
Coach: Sam McLoughlin-Wilden
1. (GK) Kristian Nel, 2. Noah Steinacker, 3. Mehmet Kazanc, 4. James Northcote, 5. Lachlan Campbell, 6. Thomas Straub, 7. Miguel Goncalves, 8. Jordan Jonathan, 9. Rocco Sergi, 10. Thomas Larkham, 11. Connor Mynott-Smith, 12. Nick Grandy, 13. Tobias Peil, 14. Heath Ilitch, 15. Luke Olivier, 16. (GK) Sebastian Arranz, 17. Mahee Kazi.
Coach: Bernie To
All Member Federations’ and Hyundai A-League Academy sides kicked off their FFA Boys National Youth Championships campaigns on a wet but warm day at Coffs Harbour’s C.ex International Stadium.
Both the U13 & U14 Capital Football sides enjoyed great starts to their tournaments. The U13 Boys beat two A-League Academy teams to go undefeated on the opening day, while the U14 Boys lost their opening match to a strong Victoria metro side, before bouncing back to knock off Perth Glory in their second game.
Capital Football 1 (J.Milicevic 10′) def. Newcastle Jets U12s 0
Capital Football 4 (S. Kelleher-Cole 13′, A. Waraga 24′, 31′, T. Bvirakare 25′) def. Perth Glory 2 (J. Leithead 20′, D. Adesina 44′)
Capital Football 0 def.by Victoria Metro White 3 (T. Minutoli 9′, 16′, Mensink 31′)
Capital Football 1 (H. Ilitch 24′) def. Perth Glory 0
The U/13 side continued their unbeaten start to the tournament, coming from behind twice to draw with South Australia Blue, while the U/14 side also shared the points with South Australia Blue.
Capital Football 2 (Own Goal 19′, T. Brirabare 49′) drew. South Australia Blue 2 (H. Lynch 1′, J. Carrocci 24′)
Capital Football 0 drew. South Australia Blue 0
The U/13 Boys ensured they finished atop the 13s Group B standings with two dominant victories on day 3, while the U/14 side played out two scoreless draws against tough opposition.
Capital Football 3 (S. Kelleher-Cole 2′, A. Waraga 6′, J. Milicevic 33′) def. NSW Country 0
Capital Football 6 (J. Milicevic 15′, 18′, S. Kelleher-Cole 20′, 40′, A. Cochs 35′, T. Bvuirkare 37′) def. QLD Country 3 (L. Buckman 28′, 32′, L. Huchings 46′)
Capital Football 0 drew. QLD Country 0
Capital Football 0 drew. NSW Country 0
Day four saw the beginning of the second-phase of the FFA Boys National Youth Championships, as each team came up against sides from different groups in the hopes of being crowned the National Champions.
The U/13 Boys unbeaten run came to an end, with two losses against two strong teams from Victoria, while the U/14 side fell to Victoria Country and South Australia Red.
Capital Football 0 def. by Victoria Country 2 (M. Peretin 14′, R. Kalms 27′)
Capital Football 0 def. by Victoria Metro 2 (N. Magarelli 35′, 42′)
Capital Football 0 def. by Victoria Country 2 (A.Moorfoot 33′, Z. Francis 50′)
Capital Football 0 def. by South Australia Red 2 (M. Toure 6′, C. Campbell 31′)
The U/13 side ensured they finished their tournament on a high with a hard-fought win over Newcastle Jets, while the U/14 Boys lost a close one to Queensland Country.
Capital Football 3 (T. Bvirakane 2′, S. Kelleher-Cole 16′, A. Cocks 46′) def. Newcastle Jets 2 (M. Rae 12′, 17′)
Capital Football 0 def. by QLD Country 1 (J. Taylor 42′)
Click here for a full list of results and standings.