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2023 State Urban Junior Championship This Weekend

The 2023 State Urban Junior Championship will be held this coming Saturday and Sunday, 18 and 19 March 2023 in Mooroopna. This year will be the 50th time the State Urban Junior Championship has been held.

Come along and see tomorrow’s CFA volunteers proudly demonstrate their skills.

If you are not involved with the CFA juniors program or haven’t witnessed the value the State Urban Junior Championship provides for young volunteers to develop practical skills and to be actively involved in CFA, then get along and be inspired.

Urban junior competitions have a proud 50 year history. This year 41 teams from CFA brigades from across Victoria along with two teams, Harvey and Kellerberrin, who have travelled across from Western Australia will compete over the two days.  

The 2023 Championship is being held at the Mooroopna Recreation Reserve, Midland Hwy, Mooroopna and events will begin at 8:30am each morning.

Results from the Championship will be progressively posted over the weekend on VFBV’s dedicated Championships Facebook Page

Teams competing in the 2023 State Urban Junior Championship are:

Ararat Melton A
Bairnsdale Melton B
Colac Melton C
Diamond Creek Mildura
Echuca A Red Cliffs A
Echuca B Red Cliffs B
Euroa A Rowville A
Euroa B Rowville B
Euroa C Sale
Frankston Seymour
Grovedale Stawell
Hamilton Swan Hill A
Harvey (Western Australia) Swan Hill B
Hoppers Crossing Upwey A
Horsham Upwey B
Kangaroo Flat Wangaratta
Kellerberrin (Western Australia) Warracknabeal A 
Kerang Wendouree 
Kyneton Warracknabeal B
Maffra Werribee A
  Werribee B

Information for brigades competing this weekend can be downloaded from this page

Next weekend 25th and 26th March will see the State Urban Senior Championship along with the State Rural Senior and Junior Championships take place at the Mooroopna Recreation Reserve also.


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