NSW Senior State Cup: Finals Wrap

by | Jun 28, 2022 | Latest News, NSW Oztag, Tournaments

The 2022 NSW Senior State Championships came to a successful conclusion in Coffs Harbour following three days of quality Oztag.

The much-anticipated tournament kicked off on Friday 24 June and welcomed 160 teams to Coffs Harbour – well-prepared and determined to take out the Championship.

A packed out C.ex Stadium saw spectators on the edge of their seats come Finals day, as numerous games resulted in a one-point difference or came down to exhilarating extra time drop offs.

Six-time Men’s Opens gold medallists, Homebush, were knocked out in the Quarter Final by Souths, who went on to defeat Penrith in a nail-biting Semi Final drop off.

Advancing to the Final, Souths met Central Coast – who came back from a 3-1 trail, to secure the long-awaited championship title, defeating Souths 4-3.  

Penrith Senior Mixed and Central Coast Men’s 40s both won gold for the third year in a row, while ACT Women’s 30s defeated reigning champions, Ryde, in a thrilling Grand Final drop off.

For the ninth consecutive year, finishing on 80 points, Central Coast Oztag have been crowned NSW Senior Club Champions.

Ten of their 13 teams qualified for Semi Finals, and the six who made the Grand Final, won gold.

In second place was Souths on 56 points, and in third was Cronulla on 36.

Below are the 2022 NSW Senior State Cup Grand Final results. Congratulations to all Champions.

Women’s 20s

Central Coast defeated Souths 5-3

Women’s Opens

Central Coast defeated Fairfield 4-1

Women’s 30s

ACT defeated Ryde Eastwood 2-1 in extra time

Women’s 40s

Central Coast defeated Cronulla 2-1

Mixed 20s

Souths defeated Cronulla 7-3

Mixed Opens

Souths defeated Sydney City 9-2

Mixed Seniors

Penrith defeated Picton 5-3

Men’s 20s

Baulkham Hills defeated Parramatta 7-5

Men’s Opens

Central Coast defeated Souths 4-3

Men’s 30s

Penrith 1 defeated Sydney City 3-2

Men’s 40s

Central Coast defeated Parramatta 5-2

Men’s 45s


Men’s 50s

Central Coast defeated Souths 5-0

Men’s 55s


Men’s 60s

Souths defeated Cronulla 2-1

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 2022 Senior State Championships an exceptional tournament for all involved.

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