The Stephen Coniglio and the Amanda Farrugia Cups have been run and won in Birrong with hundreds of Western Sydney students taking part.
The event, run with the support of Multicultural NSW, consisted of 14 teams (seven male and seven female teams) playing modified games of Australian Rules football and learning more about the game.
The competition is named after GIANTS AFL captain Stephen Coniglio and former AFLW captain Amanda Farrugia.
GIANTS captain Stephen Coniglio and AFLW star Haneen Zreika were on hand to support the teams and take part in the presentations.
Granville Boys High School took out the male competition with Punchbowl Boys High School the runners up. The female competition saw Chifley College Shalvey Campus awarded the championship with Auburn Girls High School the runners up.
The schools involved were St. Clair High School, Moorebank High School, Belmore Boys High School, Sir Joseph Banks High School, Burwood Girls High School, Bankstown Girls High School, Bankstown Girls High School, Auburn Girls High School, Chifley College Shalvey Campus, Punchbowl Boys High School, Granville Boys High School and Birrong Boys High School.
The next Coniglio and Farrugia Cups will be held in September.