Senior School Cup Champions 2024

The best senior school footy teams headed to Lavington on Tuesday, 25 June to see who would be crowned the Senior School Cup champions in 2024.

The girls competition was taken out by Canberra’s Erindale College, which looked the goods all day, eventually ending up undefeated with four wins and a percentage beyond 250.

In the boys, Xavier College was untroubled as it cruised to three wins and a percentage of 370. The Albury boys defeated the Riverina’s Kildare College 34-13 in the grand final and will await to see which of the Sydney Independent Schools they will play to see who is the best school team in the state/territory.

Check out the match report and replays on Kommunity TV.

All scores are available on Play HQ.


Mark Armstrong, teacher in charge of the victorious Erindale College said:

“Our AFLW team was absolutely thrilled to win the Senior Schools State Final.

“Our captain, Emily Vosnakes, who was unable to play due to injury, addressed the girls post the final game and commented on how far the group had come in recent years. She said she was extremely proud of the group who in 2023 were not close to winning the ACT Finals, let alone compete for the NSW Senior State Finals. I shared her pride in the group.

“Lavington was a great venue for the Finals and allowed teams from across the state to showcase their skills and determination. Barker, St Francis, Xavier and Mater Dei all had great teams.

“AFL for girls has progressed a long way in recent years and each year we see the quality of games increase. Many of our team will be eligible to play next year, and we excited to do our best to win the title again.

“Thanks to the AFL for running such a professional day. School footy needs the support of teachers, principals, local clubs and of course the players. Events like this justify the time and effort that players and coaches put into their teams.”

Erindale College: 2024 Girls Senior Schools Cup winners


Congratulations to Xavier College, Albury, which will take on the best Sydney Independent Schools boys team (tbd following 9 August grand final) to see if they are the state’s best footy team.