NSW boys and girls grab wins in national championship

Top of the pops: NSW's boys and girls team are on top of the football national championship after two rounds.

Top of the pops: NSW's boys and girls team are on top of the football national championship after two rounds.

With two rounds of action done, the NSW boys' and girls' teams are in the box seat of the School Sport Australia Football Championships being held in Blacktown and Glenwood.

The girls' team secured a tight win against Western Australia after a first half goal to Hills Sports High School Student, Tara Pender, was enough.

That result puts NSW on top of the table in the girls competition, with a strong goal difference of plus-five due to a four goal victory in round one.

Just behind NSW are QLD who have also won both of their games, but don't have the goal difference to grab top spot.

Interestingly, after two rounds of action there have been no draws in the girls championship.

In the boys competition NSW also played Western Australia, and also got on the scoresheet in the first half.

The difference was they piled in three goals, and held on to that score until the final whistle for an important, and goal different boosting, win.

George Blackwood got on the score sheet, alongside Jack Fulton who had a double.

The NSW boys side now also sit on top of a championship table that is much more congested than the girls' one.

NSW, Victoria and Queensland have all won once and drawn once, but the three-goal hammering by NSW yesterday puts them on top.

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