The hosts will be in the thick of the activity when the semi-finals of the esteemed State Cup football competition comes to Shellharbour surprisingly on Sunday.

Three Shellharbour Junior Football Club groups will be in real life at Myimbarr attempting to advance to the last of the yearly State Cup junior competition. They are a piece of 10 Football South Coast junior outfits who have advanced to the last four of the far reaching competition. Semi-finals are likewise played in three different settings.

The activity commences at 9am on Sunday when Shellharbour U12 young men play Woonona Junior FC for a spot in the excellent last of the Frank Broughton Cup. Shellharbours U13 young men will then play Connells Point Rovers FC at 10.15am, with Shellharbour White U16 young ladies doing combating Leichhardt Saints FC at 11.30am.

Shellharbour, who facilitated two rounds of this years State Cup, has delighted in a considerable lot of accomplishment in this opposition throughout the years.

The club won titles with its young men under 13s out of 2011 and 2015, the young ladies under 14s out of 2013 and young ladies under 16s out of 2014. Sunday denotes the begin of an extremely bustling period for Shellharbour Junior Football Club (SJFC).

Straight after the State Cup semi-finals, five Shellharbour groups will go to Canberra on Sunday evening to contend at the Kanga Cup.

In 2016 three of the seven Shellharbour groups taking an interest achieved the fabulous finals in the biggest worldwide youth football competition in the Southern Hemisphere. More than 375 groups speaking to 5500 players from Australia and abroad participated in the Kanga Cup a year ago.

This year five SJFC groups, U9s, U12s, U13s, U13 young ladies and U16 young ladies, will go up against groups from South Korea, New Zealand, Brisbane and other local ranges and states around Australia amid the week-long rivalry.

This is an extraordinary occasion where groups have a great time, appreciate football and experience an occasion with global contenders.

– SJFC president Yani Sekuloski. Shellharbour Junior Football Club has partaken in this occasion in the course of recent years, and this year our club is pleased to be speaking to our city once more, club president Yani Sekuloski said.

The week-long occasion will give some incredible rivalry to our groups. Most days one to two diversions are played from Monday through to the Thursday before the finals are hung on Friday. This is an extraordinary occasion where groups have some good times, appreciate football and experience an occasion with universal contenders.

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