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Sydney Scorpions Committee 2016/17

Sydney Scorpions are pleased to announce our 2016/17 committee following our Annual General Meeting over the weekend.  Our objective for the Scorpions committee is very simple – we are aiming to surround ourselves with the “best of the best” administrators from around our region.  We are confident this approach will form an extremely strong leadership team, and from this position of strength Scorpions will continue to improve and be seen as a leading permit at both state and national level.

Scorpions have acknowledged that at both Junior Regional & NTL level there is room for continual improvement.  Whilst we are extremely pleased with our Scorpions culture and abundance of success on the field, we believe with the injection of our new committee members and new initiatives we can strengthen even further over the next 12 months.

We welcome Brad Curl who has taken on our Coaching Director role.  Brad has been involved in a coaching capacity with our Junior Regional and T-League teams over the past few years and will assist us greatly in this very important role.

We have introduced a new Scorpions High Performance Unit with Stuart Geros and Vince Bateman joining the committee in official roles as our High Performance Managers.  Stuart Geros brings a wealth of touch administrative and business experience to our committee and has been working behind the scenes over the past twelve months as part of our Working Group.  Vince Bateman joins us after impressing immensely in his managerial role with the NSW Scorpions Men’s Elite 8 team.

The High Performance Unit will sit under our Technical arm, which is led by Brad Mitchell.  Brad and Anthony Dudeck will also be working closely as part of our High Performance Unit.  Some exciting new iniatives in regards to our Junior Regional and T-League programs will be released in coming weeks and months.  Additionally Michael Donaghy joins Scorpions as part of our HPU in his role as Regional Sports Scientist and we will be ensuring we utilise his skill-set as a competitive advantage for our teams.

 2016/17 Sydney Scorpions Committee:
Regional Director – Anthony Dudeck
Assistant Regional Director – Tim Kitchingham
Regional Technical Director – Brad Mitchell
Regional Finance Director – Tim Kitchingham
Regional Juniors Director – Dave Nolan
Regional Coaching Director – Brad Curl
Regional Referees Director – Bill Slade
Regional Selectors Director – Bruce Ager
Regional High Performance Managers – Stuart Geros & Vince Bateman
Regional Sports Scientist – Michael Donaghy
Regional Merchandise Manager – Tim Kitchingham
Regional Communications Managers – Anthony Dudeck, Brad Mitchell

Scorpions Junior Regional Champion Permit 2016

The Sydney Scorpions continued their dominance of the Junior Regionals claiming the converted champion region title, their 7th year in a row, with the event being held at the home of Parkes Touch Association, Cheney Park. The Scorpions claimed three of the six divisions on offer and lost two other grand finals. Whilst the Scorpions were dominant they were pushed to the limits by the ever improving Hunter Western Hornets who only dropped two games across all the divisions on the Saturday. Scorpions had their inaugural Junior Presentation dinner on the Saturday night and this event was extremely well received and it bonded the teams and parents even closely together.  Read more……

For full tournament and team reports please click here with links to all photos below and also available via our Scorpions Facebook page.

Scorpions Team Photos
Scorpions Junior Presentation Dinner
Scorpions Junior Regionals Action Photos 1
Scorpions Junior Regionals Action Photos 2
Scorpions Junior Regionals Action Photos 3
NSWTA Junior Regionals Presentation

Junior Regional Preview – Boys 18’s Jesse Parker

With the 2016 NSWTA Junior Regionals now less than a week away all players will be starting to get extremely excited at making their journey to this year’s host town of Parkes. However for one player more than others this trip from Sydney to Parkes will mean so much more. Scorpions Boys 18’s Jesse Parker will be making his Scorpions debut at Parkes after representing the Parramatta Eels at this years Junior State Cup. Jesse was born and raised in Parkes where he attended Redbend Catholic College in nearby Forbes. Jesse received the Junior Sportsmen of the year two years running whilst also representing the school in athletics and captaining the school rugby league and touch teams.

“It’s most certainly a privilege to be part of the Sydney Scorpions, it’s a great touch football permit and has so much to offer. It’s also great to be playing alongside some of the boys that were part of the All Schools U/15’s team including Marley Simbolon, Luke Osborne and Ray Wehbe. These players are leaders of the team and I believe if they can take lead at Parkes we can go close to talking out the tournament” Jesse commented.  With all the success the Scorpions have had the Boys 18’s is a title that has eluded them.

Jesse was due to make his Scorpions debut at the recent TFA National Touch League in Coffs Harbour however injury prevented this. Scorps T-League coach Brad Curl was amazed at the sheer speed and x-factor quality Jesse bought the trial. “We were blown away at his attacking game and I remember the selectors all looking at each other saying what about this guy! It was a huge loss to lose Jesse for NTL but we were aware that the Junior Regionals were in his home town and we really didn’t want him to miss both tournaments through aggravating the injury further. Also what we saw in Jesse was a down to earth champion guy, so genuine and thankful for the opportunity to represent Sydney Scorpions – it was very pleasing. If the NRL don’t get him then an Elite 8 permit will”.

Jesse represented the Parkes Pumas touch club for seven years including Junior State Cup tournaments. In 2014 he shot to stardom via the NRL Footy Show where he won $20,000 via the A League of Their Own competition for an amazing individual try. Jesse moved to Sydney last year to take up an opportunity with the Parramatta Eels NRL club and he now attends Patrician Brothers College Blacktown undertaking his HSC.

Jesse added, “To have the competition in my home town of Parkes is something special as all of my family will be there. It will also be great to catch up with all of my family, as living away can get pretty hard at times but I couldn’t do it without Drew and Sonja Osborne (the parents of Travis and Luke Osborne) and my parents Terry and Dan Parker for allowing me to have this opportunity down in Sydney. I really appreciate everything everyone has done for me whilst being here and I cannot wait to run out at Parkes on the weekend”,  Jesse told us.

Good luck to the Boys 18’s and their coaching staff as well as Jesse and his family, we hope you enjoy this tournament on home turf. 


2016 NTL Survey

Many thanks to all that provided feedback via our Scorpions NTL 2016 survey. Overall we believe these results are positive however as always there are areas to improve. You can find the results of the survey and responses to your comments via here.

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Brett Gillard Medal

On behalf of Sydney Scorpions executive and general committee, players, referees, coaches, managers and all our affiliates Scorpions would like to take this opportunity to thank Brett Gillard for his tenure with Sydney Scorpions – most recently as our Regional Director from 2007 until 2015.  Deservedly Brett received his Sydney Scorpions Life Membership induction in 2011 and his strong leadership has been the foundation that has delivered our great permit so much recent glory.  It’s no co-incidence that during his reign Scorpions has experienced unprecedented success. Scorpions are pleased to announce that our Scorpions Regional Directors Award which was introduced last year, will now be known as the Brett Gillard Medal.  Congratulations on this years recipient Dave Nolan for his outstanding contribution to Sydney Scorpions.

Scorpions Elite 8 Medal – Boland Trophy

Scorpions are pleased to announce the introduction of our Boland Trophy. These are awarded to our Elite 8 Scorpions Medal male and female players. Mark Boland first became involved with Touch Football when he was just 13 years of age.  Mark played in 17 straight State Cups with his beloved Parramatta in which he won 12 titles. He represented NSW from 1985 to 1999 in Men’s Open and was captain of Sydney Scorpions Men’s Open team from 1996 – 1999.  At this time Scorpions won the first 4 NTL titles in the Men’s Open division.  He is the only player to have received a NSW Touch Association life membership whilst having his famous number eight playing shirt retired. Mark also played in four World Cup’s representing Australia between 1986-1999 – with a total of 37 appearances.  He was inducted into the Touch Football Australia Hall of Fame in 2003.  Scorpions would like to thank Mark for being at our Scorpions dinner and presenting this year’s Boland Trophies to Daniel Barton and Emma Williams.



Scorpions Medal Awards 2016

Congratulations to all our Sydney Scorpions winners from our annual NTL dinner held at Coffs Harbour on Friday 11 March. More photos to come over the coming days.

Men’s Elite 8 Boland Trophy – Daniel Barton
Women’s Elite 8 Boland Trophy – Emma Williams
Men’s T-League – Marley Simbolon
Women’s T-League – Talisha Maruta
Mixed Opens – Conor Hickey
Senior Mixed – Mel Mitchell
Men’s 30’s – Willie Bishop
Men’s 40’s – Robin Day
Women’s 40’s – Cheryl Burgess
Men’s 45’s – David McDonald
Men’s 50’s – Michael Hardgrave
Men’s 55’s – Gordon Parish

Junior Coach of the Year – Brandon McDonald
Senior Coach of the Year – Brett Gillard
Manager of the Year – Lynda Jones
Referee of the Year – Luke Saldern
Brett Gillard Medal (Regional Directors Award) – Dave Nolan

In Appreciation Awards:
Parramatta Touch Association – For the use of Doyle Ground for team training & junior selection trials
Manly Touch Association – For the use of Nolan Reserve for team training and Scorpions Junior Gala Day
Medical Team – The Healthy Body organisation for providing our expert medical team
Eastwood RU & Phil Young – For the use of TG Millner for training, Scorpions Day & junior selection trials

Scorpions Junior Recognition Awards

Scorpions are delighted to announce the introduction of our Scorpions Junior Recognition Awards.  Awarded to Scorpions junior players who have excelled through our junior levels and higher representative honours including Elite 8, State and Country.  These awards, for male and female, will be presented annually at our Scorpions Junior Regionals dinner. At our recent NTL Scorpions dinner we announced that these awards will be named in honour of two of our best junior players to come through the Scorpions junior ranks with both players having gone onto represent their state and country at the highest level.

Looking at the touch CV of our male player and it’s a very impressive read.  He was selected in Scorpions junior teams from the age of 14, and at this time he was considered a fringe player.  However only a few years later he went on to represent the Australian Men’s Open at just 17. He was instrumental in Scorpions winning the Men’s Open title in 2010 and has been an important member of our teams since. In summary he has won Youth & Open Trans-Tasman titles, two World Cups, has been an Australian Flag Bearer and Captain, and won multiple NSW Player of the Year and Player of the Series awards.  It gives Scorpions great pleasure to announce that our Boys Scorpions Junior Recognition Award is to be named the Sam Brisby Medal.

Moving onto our female player and her touch CV is equally as impressive.  She made her Scorpions debut with the Girls 14’s winning that division and also making the NSWTA Merit Team.  In 2009 she scored a unique double by taking out both the Girls 18’s and Women’s Opens Scorpions Medals in the same year.  In 2011 she captained her country to victory in the Youth Trans-Tasman series. She has represented both NSW and Australia at Women’s Open level and won a World Cup with the Australian Mixed Opens.  In 2014 she was a valuable member of the NSW Scorpions Women’s Elite 8 undefeated champions.  Unfortunately injury prevented her from playing in the recent 2015 World Cup here in Coffs Harbour.  It gives Scorpions great pleasure to announce that our Girls Scorpions Junior Recognition Award is to be named the Sarah Peattie Medal.

Co-incidentally both Sam and Sarah were still recovering from injury and unable to be at our Scorpions dinner however they did prepare a message of thanks.


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Sydney Scorpions would like to thank all players that attended trials for the Boys & Girls 14/16/18’s. Extremely pleasing was the high standard and the obvious growth of talent from all the Scorpions affiliates, most noticeably from affiliates that in the past have had smaller representation in our squads and final teams. The Junior Regional Championships will be held on the 16 & 17 of April at The Cheney Park, Parkes – the home of Parkes Touch Association. Our Sydney Scorpions Junior Dinner will be held on Saturday 16 April at the Parkes Services & Citizens Club, with tickets available for purchase online for parents in coming weeks. Also available soon will be the full player levy and registration information. We are aiming for all teams to have their training schedule published as soon as possible to assist with planning for parents. Please understand these are regional representative teams and any player that cannot commit to the training schedule needs to communicate this with their team management and risks being replaced. We would advise all parents to book their accommodation as soon as possible as we understand this is limited in Parkes and surrounding towns may be the only option. Further info via

Sydney Scorpions Girls 14’s: Caitlin Hickey (Manly), Chelsea Mann (Northern Beaches), Eleanor Fairhurst (Hills), Ellie Kerr (Northern Beaches), Emilee Vann Buuren (Northern Beaches), Gina Hawson (Northern Beaches), Haylee Hifo (Parramatta), Holly McNamara (Hills), Isabella Geros (Manly),  Kira Stubbs (Northern Beaches), Lara Wilkinson (Northern Beaches), Lily Cooper (Ryde-Eastwood), Macy Carrothers (Northern Beaches), Maddie McGrath (Manly). Shadows: Abbie Lewis (Ryde-Eastwood), Eden Fraser (Ryde-Eastwood), Jade Pond (Parramatta). Shadows listed are requested to train with the team and players unable to commit to the training schedule may be replaced.  The training schedule for the team will be provided via team management who can be contacted via   The first team training session will be Friday 4 March at 6.30pm-8.00pm at Doyle Ground, North Parramatta. The team training schedule will be discussed at this session.

Sydney Scorpions Boys 14’s: Conner McCann (Carlingford), Des Raukete (Hills), Griffin Bamford (Manly), Harrison Read (Hills), Hilton Ovenden (Northern Beaches), Jayme Elias (Carlingford), Liam Haskins (Hills), Liam Jones (Parramatta), Nathan Hassan (Hornsby), Nicholas Russell (Parramatta), Tom Jarrett (Manly), Will Allen (Northern Beaches), Witika Rees-Hatu (Manly), Zane Cameroux (Carlingford). Shadows: Aiden Brophy (Hornsby), Dally Bird (Carlingford), Johnathan Allen (Northern Beaches).  Shadows listed are requested to train with the team and players unable to commit to the training schedule may be replaced.  The training schedule for the team will be provided via team management who can be contacted via   The first team training session is Saturday 5 March 11.30am-1.00pm at Beacon Hill Oval, Wilandra Road, Beacon Hill. The team training schedule will be discussed at this session, future sessions will not necessarily be at the same day/time as this first session.

Sydney Scorpions Girls 16’s: Bailey Nix (Northern Beaches), Brianna Hibbert (Northern Beaches), Capri Vidler (Hills), Julie Zubak Parramatta), Lucy McDonald (Manly), Maddison Higgins-Ashby (Manly), Molly Donohue (Northern Beaches), Olivia Steer (Hornsby), Paris Mooney (Hills), Rachel Fear (Manly), Shannyn Bissett (Parramatta), Tatum Bird (Parramatta), Taylah Nicholls (Carlingford), Tyler Pelligra, (Parramatta). Shadows: Grace Hanks (Northern Beaches), Lauren Pruscino (Parramatta).  Shadows listed are requested to train with the team and players unable to commit to the training schedule may be replaced.  The training schedule for the team will be provided via team management who can be contacted via   The first team training session will take place next week (no training this week), more info to come.

Sydney Scorpions Boys 16’s: Christian Williams (Hills), Conor Hickey (Manly), Decan Ahipene (Manly), Elijah Pai (Northern Beaches), Flynn Angles-Corke (Parramatta), Fraser McGrath (Manly), Jerome Van Der Heide (Northern Beaches), Joshua Menzies (Manly), Leon Frangi (Parramatta), Luke Maiolo (Manly), Sam Kelly (Manly), Samuel Edgley (Manly), Travis Osborne (Parramatta), Zach Symons (Northern Beaches). Shadows: Jack Griffin (Hills), Kaya Walker (Northern Beaches), Maxmillan Guanta (Ryde-Eastwood).  Shadows listed are requested to train with the team and players unable to commit to the training schedule may be replaced.  The training schedule for the team will be provided via team management who can be contacted via   The first team training session will be advised shortly.

Sydney Scorpions Girls 18’s: Abbey Steanes (Manly), Brittney Clifford (Manly), Caitlin Cimorosti (Northern Beaches), Chloe Scranage (Manly), Clare Vanzino (Northern Beaches), Claudia Mete (Manly), Elise Wilson (Manly), Jane Vanzino (Northern Beaches), Jordan Roughan (Carlingford), Katrina Smith (Hornsby), Maddison Hartmann (Manly), Nicole Saldern (Northern Beaches), Page McGregor (Parramatta), Tiarnna Jurd (Northern Beaches). Shadows: Brianna Sorbello (Carlingford), Jennaya Wiggins (Manly), Logan Glasson (Parramatta), Simone Rodgers (Carlingford).  Shadows listed are requested to train with the team and players unable to commit to the training schedule may be replaced. The training schedule for the team will be provided via team management who can be contacted via   The first team training session will be on Sunday 5 March at 8.00am-10.00am at Northmead High School, Campbell Street, Northmead.

Sydney Scorpions Boys 18’s: Brad Davoren-Whereat (Hills), Jarrah Rogan (Manly), Jesse Parker (Parramatta), John Carroll (Parramatta), Keeley Bowen (Hornsby), Lachlan Raper (Norths), Lawrence Bingham (Parramatta), Luke Osbourne (Parramatta), Marley Simbolon (Parramatta), Mason McDonald (Manly), Matt Rocca (Manly), Ray Wehbe (Hills), Ryan Pritchard (Hills), Sam Watkins (Hills). Shadows: Daniel Hunt (Hills), Karl Jammal (Hills), Jayden McDonald (Parramatta).  Shadows listed are requested to train with the team and players unable to commit to the training schedule may be replaced.  The training schedule for the team will be provided via team management who can be contacted via   The first team training session will be Sunday 20 March at 8.30am at Nolan Reserve, North Manly.

Boys 14’s:  Head Coach – Matt Scranage  Assistant Coach – Tua Marsters
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Girls 14’s: Head Coach – Gavin Bruce  Assistant Coach – Peter Langmack  Manager – Melissa Mann
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Boys 16’s:  Head Coach – Brandon McDonald  Assistant Coach – Matt Lawson
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Girls 16’s: Head Coach – Keith Smith  Assistant Coach – Carol Jones
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Boys 18’s:  Head Coach – Jason Martin  Assistant Coach – Brad Curl
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Girls 18’s: Head Coach – Mel Mitchell  Assistant Coach – Tracey Elliot
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Sydney Scorpions Girls 10’s Merit Team – Alana Reddy, Alexia Read, Alyssa Medved, Arebella Gittany, Bridgette Chan, Ciara Cooper, Freya Hanson, Grace French, Hayley Hooper, Kahla Clague, Lilly Kiprioti, Madeleine Ward, Mikaela Bowen, Piper Johnston, Roxie Neville, Sienna Geros, Sienna Wheelhouse, Tyla Christie, Yasmin Musri.

Sydney Scorpions Girls 12’s Merit Team – Alysha Bell, Elle Mannes, Emily Smith, Esme Sergi, Georgia Arcus, Georgia Walker, Giselle Kusto, Imogen Sayer, Jasmine Dooley, Jazman Hollis, Jess Taylor, Jessica McIlwrath, Kate Kelly, Lauren McCurley, Lucy Forrest, Mackenzie Davis, Marissa Stubbs, Matilda Daniels, Mia Rodgers, Milla Elaro, Raquel Desaulnier, Rose Tate, Samantha Jones, Yasmin Aloisio.

Sydney Scorpions Boys 10’s Merit Team – Ashton McKelvey, Billy Haoui, Blake Bragg, Blake Nicholas, Byron Aspin, Charlie Boyle, Corin Montgomery-Smith, Dane Grosvenor, Jackson, Elia, Joe Wash, Kodi Elia, Lucas Sassen, Oscar Davidson, Riley Attwood, Riley Oneil, Sebastian Klein, Toby Mayhew, Tom Norris, Trylee McLean, Tylan Black Berryman.

Sydney Scorpions Boys 12’s Merit Team – Aden Clarke, Carter Provan, Connor Raaff, Cooper Wheelhouse, Daniel Raueke, Dylan Coutts, Finn Watkins, Jacob Fahim, Jared Hanson, Jayden Ambichi, Jeremiah Teu, Jett Richards, Josh Turner, Lachlan Marshall, Malakai Latilevu, Ollie Cummins, Owen Azzopardi, Owen Bourke, Riley Azzopardie, Ryan Brophy, Ryan Field, Sam Davies, Savelio Tamale, Shannon Bosschieter.

Sydney Scorpions Girls 14’s – Abbie Lewis (Ryde-Eastwood), Brianna El-Bayeh (Parramatta), Caitlin Hickey (Manly), Chelsea Mann (Northern Beaches), Eden Fraser (Ryde-Eastwood), Eleanor Fairhurst (Hills), Ellie Kerr (Northern Beaches), Emilee Vann Buuren (Northern Beaches), Georgia Bell (Northern Beaches), Gina Hawson (Northern Beaches), Grace Thomas (Ryde-Eastwood), Haylee Hifo (Parramatta), Hayley Chapman (Parramatta), Holly McNamara (Hills), Isabella Geros (Manly), Jada Toevai (Parramatta), Jade Pond (Parramatta), Kira Stubbs (Northern Beaches), Kristen Cawthorne (Carlingford), Lara Wilkinson (Northern Beaches), Lilly Marsters (Manly), Lily Cooper (Ryde-Eastwood), Macy Carrothers (Northern Beaches), Maddi McGrath (Manly), Malayika Russell (Manly), Matilda Bloomfield (Hills), Molly Pickloun (Manly), Sarah Brown (Carlingford), Sascha Taurino (Manly), Sophie Brown (Parramatta), Sophie Williams (Hills), Zoe Warland (Carlingford).

Sydney Scorpions Girls 16’s – Aneka Morley (Northern Beaches), Bailey Nix (Northern Beaches), Brianna Hibbert (Northern Beaches), Capri Vidler (Hills), Deni Ross (Hills), Georgia Abbott (Parramatta), Georgia Garnett (Hills), Grace Hanks (Northern Beaches), Indiana Haoui (Northern Beaches), Isabella Beach (Manly), Jade Geros (Manly), Jessica Drummond (Carlingford), Josie Bee (Ryde-Eastwood), Julie Zubak (Parramatta), Karsyn Toleafoa (Parramatta), Kaylani Ngamu (Northern Beaches), Kiara Williams (Carlingford), Lauren Pruscino (Parramatta), Lucy McDonald (Manly), Maddison Higgins-Ashby (Manly), Molly Donohue (Northern Beaches), Olivia Senior (Northern Beaches), Olivia Steer (Hornsby),  Paris Mooney (Hills), Phoebe Loughhead (Hornsby), Rachel Fear (Manly), Renee Fossano (Northern Beaches), Ruby Cooper (Ryde-Eastwood), Shannyn Bissett (Parramatta), Taliah Simbolon (Parramatta), Tatum Bird (Parramatta), Taylah Nicholls (Carlingford), Tegan Toa Toa (Parramatta), Tia Geros (Manly), Tyler Pelligra (Parramatta).

Sydney Scorpions Girls 18’s – Abbey Steanes (Manly), Alysse Cooper (Manly), Brianna Sorbello (Carlingford), Brittney Clifford (Manly), Brooke Ferro (Northern Beaches), Caiti Rodgers (Hills), Caitlin Cimorosti (Northern Beaches), Chloe Scranage (Manly), Clare Vanzino (Northern Beaches), Claudia Mete (Manly), Elise Wilson (Manly), Georgette Randall (Northern Beaches), Jane Hill (Northern Beaches), Jane Vanzino (Northern Beaches), Jennaya Wiggins (Manly), Jordan Roughan (Carlingford), Katrina Smith (Hornsby), Kristie Leonard (Manly), Logan Glasson  (Parramatta), Maddison Hartmann (Manly), Nicole Saldern (Northern Beaches), Paige French (Manly), Paige McGregor (Parramatta), Paris Ruwhiu (Parramatta), Rose Murray (Hornsby), Simone Rodgers (Carlingford), Sinead McNamara (Northern Beaches), Sophie Martin (Hills), Taliah Fulmaono (Parramatta), Tamaryn McGregor (Hornsby), Tiarnna Jurd (Northern Beaches).

Sydney Scorpions Boys 14’s – Aiden Brophy (Hornsby), Benjamin Gallacher (Manly), Brian Abdennour (Carlingford), Brock Wells (Parramatta), Brody Hoy (Northern Beaches), James Bragg (Carlingford), Conner McCann (Carlingford), Connor Goggins (Carlingford), Connor Griffiths (Hills), Dally Bird (Carlingford), Daniel O’Donnell (Manly), Des Raukete (Hills), Farouk Barake (Carlingford), Griffin Bamford (Manly), Harrison Read (Hills), Hayden Orley (Hills), Hilton Ovenden (Northern Beaches), Jaycob Anjoul (Parramatta), Jayme Elias (Carlingford), Johnathan Allen (Northern Beaches), Karl Rajab (Carlingford), Kyle Bowen (Hornsby), Lachoneous Paki (Manly), Liam Haskins (Hills), Liam Jones (Parramatta), Mac Omm (Northern Beaches), Mark Zacharis (Carlingford), Matthew Hall (Hornsby), Nathan Hassan (Hornsby), Nicholas Russell (Parramatta), Riley Mayo (Northern Beaches), Teddy Wilson (Manly), Tom Jarrett (Manly), Tom Morrison (Northern Beaches), Will Allen (Northern Beaches), Witika Rees-Hatu (Manly), Zane Cameroux (Carlingford).

Sydney Scorpions Boys 16’s – Adrian Sciglitano (Hills), Anthony Kassis (Parramatta), Charlie Norrish (Northern Beaches), Christian Williams (Hills), Conor Hickey  (Manly), Decan Ahipene (Manly), Elijah Pai (Northern Beaches), Ethan Klein  (Parramatta), Flynn Angles-Corke (Parramatta), Fraser McGrath (Manly), Jack Griffin (Hills), Jack Walsh (Manly), Jerome Van Der Heide (Northern Beaches), Jesse Provan (Ryde-Eastwood), Josh Fraser (Ryde-Eastwood), Joshua Menzies (Manly), Kaya Walker (Northern Beaches), Lachlan Bamford (Manly), Lachlan Brooke (Parramatta), Leon Frangi (Parramatta), Luke Maiolo (Manly), Mason Ward (Ryde-Eastwood), Matt Swain (Manly), Maxmillan Guanta (Ryde-Eastwood), Mitchell Gardiner (Hills), Sam Kelly (Manly), Samuel Edgley (Manly), Thomas Edgley  (Manly), Tom Baum (Northern Beaches), Travis Osborne (Parramatta), Tyrese Walker (Northern Beaches), Tyrone Rotondo (Ryde-Eastwood), Zach Symons (Northern Beaches).

Sydney Scorpions Boys 18’s – Brad Davoren-Whereat (Hills), Bradley Attuell (Hills), Campbell Marks (Manly), Curtis Wilson (Hills), Dane Booth (Hills), Daniel Hunt (Hills), Ed McGeoch (Norths), Harrison Haywood  (Manly), Harry Binding (Northern Beaches), Izak Moses (Hornsby), Jacob Harrington  (Parramatta), Jarrah Rogan  (Manly), Jayden McDonald (Parramatta), Jeremy Allen (Northern Beaches), Jessie Parker (Parramatta), John Carroll (Parramatta), Jordan Bullock (Northern Beaches), Karl Jammal (Hills), Keeley Bowen  (Hornsby), Lachlan Henrisson (Hornsby), Lachlan Raper (Norths), Lawrence Bingham (Parramatta), Luke Osbourne (Parramatta), Mark Kilpatrick (Norths), Marley Simbolon  (Parramatta), Mason McDonald (Manly), Matt Ohara (Carlingford), Matt Rocca  (Manly), Mitchell Donnelly (Northern Beaches), Ray Wehbe (Hills), Ryan Papenhuyzen (Parramatta), Ryan Pritchard (Hills), Sam Watkins (Hills), Shannon Gardiner (Hills), Tom Suters (Manly), Will Bogunovic (Northern Beaches), Will Hartwig (Norths), Zane O’Neill (Manly).

Scorpions NTL & Elite 8 2016

All Scorpions players/coaches/managers should now have an All Sports Admin account with further details below.

– Please use All Sports Admin to pay your NTL levies and reserve accommodation
– Levy and payment instructions are   Support issues:
– Extra gear and extra Scorps Dinner tickets can also be ordered via this system
– Players not making the final team will be refunded their payment
– Accommodation requests close on Monday 22 February with all final levies due on Tuesday 23 February
– Unfinancial players risk non-selection
– Sydney Scorpions have been extremely flexible in the past however this year we are requesting your additional support by paying levies on time to avoid additional admin downtime from the committee and coaches / /managers in chasing payments

Sydney Scorpions are pleased to announce their final teams here when they come to hand, they will be competing at the National Touch League in Coffs Harbour on 9-12 March, 2016.

Women’s Elite 8: Alex Chung, Amy Dufor, Andrea Roditis, Annabelle Regan, Courtney Young, Danni Davis, Emma Williams, Haley Crawford, Hannah Dyball, Kylie Hilder, Logan Flanagan,  Naomi Richardson, Steph Commins, Steph Maiolo, Tegan Chandler, Zara Nicholas. Coach: Graham Fleming  Manager: Robyn Maiolo

Men’s Elite 8:  Cain  Rangi, Ciaran  Toner, Daniel Barton, Dom  Tripp, Jackson Mills, Jake  Pickering, Jed  Ibbotson, Jonathon  Palau, Jordan  Horo, Jordan  Sarmento, Kai  Simbolon, Luke Simmons, Mark  Roberts, Quin Witika, Simon  Lang, Tjadyn Ashby.  Head Coach: Dave Nolan  Assistant Coach:  Jason Martin  Manager: Vincent Bateman

Men’s T-League:  Anthony Mercieca, Brad Davoren-Whereat, Campbell Marks, Charlie Suters, Jacob Harrington, Jaycob Fong, Josh O’Connor, Josh Phillips, Lawrence Bingham, Liam Simbolon, Marley Simbolon, Mason McDonald, Ray Wehbe, Tom Collins, Tom Suters, Zac Simons.  Head Coach: Brad Curl  Assistant Coaches: Anthony Dudeck, Ian Kalms, Scott Collins  Manager: Mark Harrington 

Women’s T-League:  Amber Cheney, Ashlee Clifford, Bailee Nix, Bianca Sorbello, Briana Hibbert, Brianna Sorbello, Bronte Fletcher, Caiti Rogers, Hayley Bird, Jacelyn Maher, Jane Hill, Maddie McManus, Rebekah Blanchard, Talisha Maruta. Coach: Christian Browne  Assistant Coach:  Matt Lawson  Manager: Stacey Parker

Mixed Open: Ben Dossetor, Blake Vanderwoude, Brad Gibson, Chloe Scranage, Clare Belfanti, Connor Hickey, Greg Robinson, Jordie Jamer, Josh Gillard, Julia Epstein, Jye Malcolm, Larissa Canning, Luke Eisenhuth, Michala Ford, Regan Walsh, Troy Malcolm.  Coach: Jye Malcolm  Assistant Coach: Andrew Windsor

Senior Mixed: Adam Fahim, Brad Mitchell, Damien Guilbert, Phil Jarrett, Matt Lawson, Rocco Giaquinto, Shannon Warren, Simon Kowald, Stephen Day, Tony Eltakchi, Katrina McIlwraith, Kelly Nicholas, Melissa Mitchell, Michelle Roberts, Rosa-Lee Oster, Sarah Nash. Coach: Dave Roberts  Manager: Simon Kowald

Women’s 40’s:  Cheryl Burgess, Jann Rose, Joanne Joe, Kerry Doyle, Kim Paull, Kylie Nicholas, Lynda Robertson, Megan Kennedy, Megan McGhie, Megan Taberner, Michelle Griffiths, Michelle Smidt, Monique Licardy, Monique Nolan, Sharlene Wong. Vicki Humpherson.  Coach: Paul Robinson  Manager: Monique Licardy

Men’s 30’s: Adrian Vallelonga, Charbel Maroun, Dean Murphy, Drew Davies, Grant Behrens, Heath Cooper, Jason Schrenguivel, Jonathon Bailey, Ken Richardson, Michael Abood, Nathan Smith, Paul Macpherson, Putt Berryman, Shane Warman, William Bishop. Coach: Terry Cooper Manager: Bruce Ager

Men’s 40’s:  Andre Bali, Andrew Windsor, Anthony Dudeck, Barry Gibson, Brad Curl, Christian Browne, Christian Papalia, Darren Swain, Dion Sereni, Ian Kalms, Jason Martin, Joe Salim, Lars Hanson, Matt Scranage, Robin Day, Shane Frederiksen.  Coach: Ron Larcombe  Manager: Ian Kalms

Men’s 45’s: Alex Ferro, Brandon McDonald, Brett Gillard, David Cheung, David McDonald, Derek Duguid, Edward Fong, Graham West, James Marks, Jeff Cheung, John Moujalli, Lenny Ryan, Peter Wandl, Rob Weatherill, Scott Collins, Tim Kitchingham.  Coach:  Brett Gillard

Men’s 50’s: Amir Ayoub, Andrew Humpherson, Bruce Ager, Cliff Lyons, Darryl Anderson, David Mills, George Kritikarkis, Greg Friend, John Menegus, Mark Harrington, Michael Hardgrave, Paul Robinson, Peter Mcdonald, Rick Spence, Roy Stratham, Steve Sutton, Wayne Callaghan. Coach: Cliff Lyons  Manager: Greg Friend

Men’s 55’s: Barry Draws, Brett Jenkins, Bruce Cole, Dave McLean, Garry Simmons, Gordon Parish, Matt Holland, Jack Angelo, John Watts, Paul Ibbotson, Phil Young, Stephen McMahon, Steven Turner, Warren Booker. Coach: Graeme Pickering  Manager: Gordon Parish