PORT Macquarie ended the day with varying levels of success after day one action at the 2017 NSW Junior State Cup.
Both the under-12 boys and under-14 girls head into day two action on Saturday having not lost a game, while the under-16 girls and under-18 boys are also undefeated.
Under-12 boys coach Bec Howard was “stoked” at her team’s performances.
“They really stuck to our game plan and I couldn't have been happier,” she said.
“I have some real talent amongst my side but overall it was the fact the boys turned up and executed everything we have been practicing.
“We have another four tough games tomorrow and I have every bit of faith in these little champions.”
The under-14 girls were arguably the most impressive and conceded just one try in three games while they scored 17 of their own.
The girls are aiming to progress one step further in 2017 after they bowed out in the semi-finals last year.
A full wrap-up of the Makos day one results can be found below:
Under-10 boys: defeated by Parramatta 3-2, drew with Cronulla 4-all, defeated by Scone 4-3
Under-10 girls: defeated by Parramatta 5-1, defeated by Singleton 4-0, defeated by Newcastle City 4-3
Under 12 boys: defeated St George 4-2, defeated Hills Hornets 5-2, defeated Carlingford 10-1
Under 12 girls: defeated by Manly 7-0, defeated Lismore 4-3, defeated Newcastle City 2-0, defeated by Maitland 3-0
Under 14 boys: defeated by Manly 9-0, defeated Ryde-Eastwood 2-0, defeated Mudgee 6-0, defeated Lower Blue Mountains 5-1
Under 14 girls: defeated Inverell 4-0, defeated Mudgee 6-0, defeated Carlingford 7-1
Under 16 boys: defeated Penrith 4-1, defeated by Easts Roosters 2-1, defeated Ballina 5-4
Under 16 girls: defeated Carlingford 6-2, defeated Cronulla 9-2, drew with Penrith 4-all, defeated Hills Hornets 3-2
Under 18 boys: defeated Hills Hornets 4-2, defeated Wallsend 5-4
Under 18 girls: defeated Bankstown 8-2, defeated North Sydney 7-0, defeated by Hills Hornets 3-1
IT is that time of year again when more than 17,000 visitors converge on the Hastings for the annual NSW Junior State Cup.
With 1237 games to be played, the NSW Touch Association once again brings the biggest representative touch football event in the world to the area between February 17-19.