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Two Sharks local juniors in Jayden Brailey and Ashleigh Nisbet have been selected in the NSW Combined Catholic Colleges Under 18’s team to contest the national championships in Darwin.

The pair, from the Aquinas Colts club and both members of the Sharks SG Ball and now NYC squads, will travel to the Northern Territory to represent CCC in the carnival scheduled for June 6-11.  

Brailey, a hooker and Nisbet, a back rower, enjoyed strong SG Ball seasons for the Sharks before being elevated into the Under 20’s NYC squad, with Brailey already having played two games this season, Nisbet one.

Nisbet is a Year 12 student at St Greg’s College at Campbelltown, while Brailey attends Aquinas College at Menai.

The NSW Combined High Schools trials are currently taking place, with a number of Sharks junior competing for place in the CHS State side that is due to be chosen on Wednesday.

The NSW CCC Under 18’s team is as follows;

Jayden Brailey Aquinas College Menai
Ashleigh Nisbet St Gregory's College Campbelltown
Nat Butcher Marcellin College Randwick
Jack Cogger Mackillop Catholic College Warnervale
Tevita Cottrell Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Christian Crichton Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Lachlan Croker Trinity Catholic College Goulburn
Callan Edwards All Saints College St Mary's Campus Maitland
Cowan Epere Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Tyrell Fuimaono Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Samisoni Hala Ofa- Ki Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Jamie Hill Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Jacob Host De La Salle College Revesby
Robert Jennings Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Brock Lamb All Saints College St Mary's Campus Maitland
Tyrone May Patrician Brothers' College Blacktown
Latrell Mitchell Champagnat College Pagewood
Bayley Sironen Holy Cross College Ryde
Junior Tatola Holy Cross College Ryde
Jack Wheelhouse Holy Cross College Ryde


Pictured – Ash Nisbet playing Sharks NYC v Wests Tigers

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