In the remaining matches, Western Australia, Tasmania, Victoria Country and Victoria Metro all finished the tournament on a high with victories on the final day.
Following the Championships, a Cricket Australia XI squad was named to attend a camp at the Bupa National Cricket Centre in Brisbane in July. Following the camp, the squad will be reduced to 13 players who will compete at the Under 17 Male National Championships next season.
1. Cooper Anthes (Tasmania)
2. Carl Arnold (South Australia)
3. Tom Balkin (Queensland)
4. Liam Blackford (VIC Country)
5. Tom Coady (ACT/NSW Country)
6. Joel Davies (NSW Magenta)
7. Luke Davies (Queensland)
8. Gaurav Dogra (NSW Magenta)
9. Luke Holt (Western Australia)
10. Vincent Huf (VIC Country)
11. Ethan Jamieson (NSW Magenta)
12. Harrish Kannan (VIC Metro)
13. Harry Lemmy (South Australia)
14. Carter Pearson (Queensland)
15. William Salzmann (NSW Magenta)
16. Nick Stathoris (South Australia)
17. Nicholas Toohey (ACT/NSW Country)
18. Sam Voss (Tasmania)
19. Teague Wyllie (Western Australia)
20. Patrick Xie (NSW Green)
Speaking at the conclusion of the Championships, Cricket Australia Pathway Manager, Graham Manou said:
"We were extremely pleased with the quality of the Championships, particularly considering this was the first year the tournament was run solely by Cricket Australia.
"There were plenty of highlights, including two centuries Joel Davies, a five wicket haul (including a hat trick) from Carter Pearson’s and the overall performance from Player on the Tournament, Harrish Kaanan who averaged 40 with the bat.
"The next six months is an important time in the growth of these young men. We will continue to work with each State and Territory to support their development holistically while providing the best opportunity for each player to be selected in the final 14 for the U17 National Championships later in September/October."