NSW Senior State Cup: Finals Wrap

by | Mar 21, 2023 | Latest News, NSW Oztag, Tournaments

The 2023 Senior State Champions have been crowned following a spectacular weekend of Oztag in Coffs Harbour.

The Senior State Championships kicked off on Friday 17 March, which saw 179 teams brave the heat and lay it all on the line for the championship title.

Sunday’s Finals saw many qualifiers come down to the wire as teams took their game to the next level. Crowds grew louder and teams more determined as they itched closer to that gold medal.

In the Men’s 20s division, reigning champions, Baulkham Hills were knocked out in Semis following a 3-2 loss to Heathcote Engadine. However, it was Souths who bought it home – defeating Heathcote 5-4 in an exciting Grand Final showdown.

Central Coast Men’s 40s won gold for the fourth year in a row, while their talented Women’s 20s side made it a three-peat.

After taking home silver last year, Souths Men’s Opens came out firing – defeating reigning champions, Central Coast, 5-3 in a thrilling Semi Final before bringing it home with an 8-2 Grand Final victory over Penrith.

The nail-biter that was the Mixed Seniors Final saw South West Razorbacks take on Souths, with the Razorbacks coming out on top by one-point.

For the tenth consecutive year, finishing on 67 points, Central Coast Oztag have been crowned NSW Senior Club Champions.

In second place was Penrith on 62 points, and in third was Souths on 59.

Below are the 2023 NSW Senior State Cup Grand Final results. Congratulations to all Champions.

Women’s 20s

Central Coast defeated Cronulla 8-2

Women’s Opens

Penrith defeated Central Coast 2-0

Women’s 30s


Women’s 40s

Central Coast defeated Cronulla 3-1

Women’s 50s

Central Coast

Mixed 20s

Souths defeated Baulkham Hills 15-3

Mixed Opens

Penrith defeated Parramatta 9-3

Mixed Seniors

South West defeated Souths 2-1

Men’s 20s

Souths defeated Heathcote 6-5

Men’s Opens

Souths defeated Penrith 8-2

Men’s 30s

Homebush defeated Wollongong 6-2

Men’s 40s

Central Coast defeated Cronulla 5-0

Men’s 45s

Penrith defeated Sydney City 4-3

Men’s 50s

Cronulla defeated Souths 5-0

Men’s 55s

Lake Macquarie defeated Sydney City 6-2

Men’s 60s

Souths defeated Cronulla 2-0

For all tournament results, visit the Australian Oztag website or Sportfix.

Finals Livestream is still available on Facebook.

NSW Oztag would like to thank everyone for making the 2023 Senior State Championships an exceptional tournament for all involved.

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