This weekend our junior representative athletes will begin competing in the Hills Hornets Super League. The Super League is an internal representative competition, comprising all 23 Junior Hornets Representative teams.
The League is a response to the cancellation of Waratah Metro Junior League (MJL) due to Covid-19. While BNSW and the associations did everything in their power to reformat the competition into hubs, the limited number of games over an extended period, player/coach burnout and the uncertainty of proceeding meant this solution was not viable.
Representative Manager, Christie Graham said, “Teams have held upwards of 60 training sessions and only played a couple of games. The four-week Super League will allow the kids to play and coaches and referees to get out and enjoy the game.”
Keep your eyes on our socials over the next four weeks as we cover team insights, player spotlights and game highlights. Throughout September it will be Hornet v Hornet, mate v mate … and we can’t wait! ...