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Hills Sports High School take on Westfields Sports High School in the Under-15s Elite Final at the 2017 All Schools Carnival. Image: NRL Photos.

More than 700 of the state's most talented Junior Rugby League players will converge on Sydney’s south-west on Sunday (10 September), vying for honours across five age groups in the inaugural Immortals Conference Championship.

Winning teams across NSWRL Junior League districts including Manly, Eastern Suburbs, Balmain, St George and Canterbury, from Under-13-17, will compete for the title of Conference Champions, with a total of 38 teams playing across three fields at Waminda Oval and Campbelltown Stadium.

Teams will compete in a round-robin format at Waminda Oval before the pool winners from each age division progress to the finals, to be held at Campbelltown Stadium.

NSWRL Chief Executive David Trodden said the inaugural Immortals Conference Championship provides teenagers with the opportunity to compete against some of the best young talent in NSW.

“Days like the inaugural Immortals Conference Championship allow children to excel as footballers without losing sight of the enjoyment, teamwork and values that Junior Rugby League is all about,” Trodden said.

“It will be a special occasion for the children lucky enough to progress to the Finals at Campbelltown Stadium. These children will remember this Sunday for a very long time.”

The NSWRL senior competitions’ finals series, covered like never before on and the NSWRL Facebook page, culminate on Grand Final Day at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday 24 September.

Be there to witness history, with tickets just $10 for adults and children under 12 free.

Acknowledgement of Country

New South Wales Rugby League respects and honours the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.