Cronulla Sutherland District Junior Rugby League women's grand finals

The pioneering hybrid version of rugby league and touch football for girls, known as league touch, had its grand final night on Friday.

League touch is a collaboration between the Cronulla Sharks, NSW Touch Association and the Cronulla Sutherland Junior Rugby League with the deciders played at Southern Cross Group Stadium.

Cronulla Caringbah downed Como Jannali 16-0 in the opens grand final, with Taren Point taking out the under-15s decider with a 28-10 victory over De La Salle.

Gymea won the under-13s with a 20-6 win over Aquinas and Holy Family Colts, while St John Bosco won the under-7s final 30-12 over Como Jannali.

Taren Point and Como Jannali downed De La Salle in the under-9s and under-11s grand finals, winning 26-12 and 6-0 respectively.

Twenty-two teams representing seven Cronulla Sutherland junior league clubs across under-9s, 11s, 13s and 15s divisions as well as an opens category started the season in late May.

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