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Dyldam Parramatta Eels winger with juniors from the Wentworthville Magpies

Parramatta District Juniors have won the 2015 Battle of the West Cup beating Penrith Juniors on the weekend at Pepper Stadium and Ringrose Park.

Parramatta won seven out of 10 games played.

Parramatta Junior League Manager Matt Brady said, “It was a great weekend of football on display from two of the largest districts. The skills shown by these young players was fantastic to watch and on a personal note it is always good to come away with the overall win for our district.”


U/9s Wentworthville 18 defeated Brothers 12

U/11s Cabramatta 18 defeated St Mary's 16

U/13s St Mary's 22 defeated Cabramatta 18

U/15s Wentworthville 28 defeated Minchinbury 12

U/17s St Mary's 17 defeated Guildford 16


U/10s Wentworthville 18 defeated St Mary's 6

U/12s Wentworthville 24 defeated Glenmore Park 12

U/14s Minchinbury 14 defeated Rouse Hill 10

U/16s Cabramatta 42 defeat St Mary's 20

C Grade Hills 32 defeat St Clair 18

This is the third consecutive year Parramatta have won the Battle of the West Cup.

A gold coin donation taken at the gate was donated to Cabramatta player Kurt Drysdale after being injured earlier in the year. $1915.30 was raised.


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