The Bill Turner Cup and Trophy is one of the world’s largest team sport competitions.
Around 800 school teams from NSW, Qld, ACT and Victoria participate each year, with all players 15 years and under.
The comp is a knockout format with early round matches starting in Term 1.
Bill Turner valued fitness, fun and fairplay and the competition pays tribute to these values.
The Bill Turner Cup (boys) is in it’s 39th year.
The Bill Turner Trophy (girls) is in it’s 27th year.
Entries close Friday, March 3. Entry forms have been sent to schools that have participated previously.
New entries welcome. Please contact the most relevant person ASAP on the Contact Us page.
Our 2016 Champions were Pymble Ladies’ College and The Hills Sports High.
For information and results, head to our News section.
For photos of teams, presentations and matches, check our Facebook page or photos tab.
The top 32 in the 2016 Bill Turner Trophy (girls):
Cairns, St Margaret Mary’s Townsville, Mackay, Chancellor, St Ursula’s Toowoomba, Kelvin Grove, Cavendish Road, Palm Beach Currumbin, Trinity College Lismore, Wollumbin, McAuley Catholic Grafton, St Josephs Port Macquarie, Guyra Central, Hunter Valley Grammar, Hunter Sports, International Football, St Josephs East Gosford, Endeavour, PLC Pymble, Muirfield, Hills, Mamre Anglican, Westfields, Bossley Park, Moruya, Overnewton College Keilor, Xavier Albury, Marian College Griffith, Red Bend College, Mudgee, St Marys Star of the Sea, and Holy Spirit Bellambi.
The top 32 in the 2016 Bill Turner Cup (opens):
John Fawkner College, Marian College Griffith, Orange, Karabar, Illawarra Grammar, Edmund Rice, Pacific Hills Christian, Knox Grammar, Westfields, Hills, Quakers Hill, Reddam House, Caringbah, Trinity Grammar, Bossley Park, St Edwards Gosford, ASC St Peters Maitland, Belmont, St Philips Waratah, Mackillop Catholic Port Macquarie, Bishop Druitt College Coffs Harbour, Trinity College Lismore, Carinya Christian Tamworth, St Michael’s Carrara, St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace, Cavendish Road, St Mary’s Toowoomba, Kawana Waters, Rockhampton, Emmaus College, Ignatius Park, and Cairns.