The Super Rugby U16s and U16s Final are here as teams battle it for the title at Seiffert Oval on November 5.
It will begin with the NSW Waratahs taking on the Queensland Reds in the U16s Final.
The Waratahs cruised through the competition, including a 38-10 win over their Queensland counterparts, whilst the Reds have been an attacking juggernaut with over 220 points in their last three wins.
This will be followed by the ACT Brumbies hosting the Waratahs in the U19s Final.
It shapes to be a thrilling Final, with the Brumbies holding bragging rights after their after-the-siren win in round one.
Check out all the team news for the final below
Sunday November 5 12:00 pm - NSW Waratahs v Queensland Reds at Seiffert Oval, ad-free, live and on-demand on Stan Sport
The Waratahs have made one change from the side that dominated the Western Force, with Marcellus Iakopo coming into the centres.
It pushes Matthew Gough to the reserves, joined by Jai Callaghan.
Centre Onitoni Large captains the side as they look for back-to-back titles.
As for the Reds, they have switched up their line-up, naming a near brand-new backrow of Gray O’Neill, Oliver Nasser and Jack Randall.
William Ross returns to the starting side, partnering Bennett Armistead in the second row.
Connor Clifford also starts in the centres, pushing Kilarney Lavender to the wing.
WARATAHS (1-15): Marcus Mastro, Daryus Sione, Lewis Wilson, Isacc Fonua, Edward Baxter, James Finegan, Jarvis Orr, Justice Taumoepeau, Angus Grover, Jonty Fowler, Heamasi Makasini, Onitoni Large (c), Marcellus Iakopo, Tom Hartman, Rex Bassingthwaighte
Replacements: Keegan Daly, Hayden Lavercombe, Jerome Pongi, Noah Rylands, Cynseah Tautalafua, Harrison Dene, Matthew Gough, Jai Callaghan
REDS (1-15): Kingsley Uys (c), Liam Robinson, Berakah Tuifaasisina, Bennett Armistead, William Ross, Gray O’Neill, Oliver Nasser, Jack Randall, William Graham, Finn Mackay, Myles Rosemond, Max Blanch, Connor Clifford, Kilarney Lavender, Treyvon Pritchard
Replacements: Keido Goulding, Isaac Rauluni, Cyrus Suniula, Ed Kasprowicz, Trent Picot, Jack Brown, Fletcher Austin, Kiama Jione
Sunday November 5 2:30 pm - ACT Brumbies v NSW Waratahs at Seiffert Oval, ad-free, live and on-demand on Stan Sport
The Brumbies have kept a settled line-up in the U19s Final, with their main change coming in the form of the returning Shane Wilcox.
Wilcox slots into fullback, reuniting his deadly partnership with Angus Stainforth and Tom Hayes.
Tino Tavana reverts to the bench, joined by Jacob Mead as they look for their maiden title.
As for the Waratahs, Junior Wallaby Jack Barrett is a major inclusion after missing the win over the Force.
He is joined in the starting side by Oliver McCrea, with Ben Di Staso moving to number eight.
Fellow Junior Wallaby Jackson Ropata starts in his first game of 2023, partnering captain Jullien Caillol
BRUMBIES (1-15): Sam Sahyoun, Boston Morete, Drew Brndusic, Toby Macpherson, Harvey Cordukes, Lleyton Tautua, Lachlan Hooper (c), Jack Harley, Dan Nelson, Cullen Gray, Tom Hayes, Jakob Biet, Eli Sagala, Angus Stainforth, Shane Wilcox
Replacements: Cameron Johns, Lington Ieli, Tevita Alatini, Will Hopper, Darcy Fogarty, Tino Tavana, Andy McFarlane, Jacob Mead, Jarrah McLeod
WARATAHS (1-15): Jack Barrett, Bryn Edwards, Jackson Stiel, Oliver McCrea, Archie Tancred, Will Kennedy, Harry Davis, Ben Di Staso, Billy Dickens, Oliver Schmude, Archie Saunders, Jullien Caillol (c), Jackson Ropata, Nacani Batidravu, Joe Walsh
Replacements: Will Guilfoyle, Henry Basten, Sam Berckelman, Harry Staniforth, Kaia Gate, Phil Talaileva, Leo Bassingthwaighte, Riley Langfield