Olympian Blake Govers, already a 38-capped member of Australia’s senior team, the Kookaburras, and Tom Craig with 24 caps, led competition scoring with six goals each.
Victorian and Doncaster striker Kiran Arunasalam was awarded player of the tournament, and said the win was a great way to cap off the lead up to the Junior World Cup.
“It’s a pretty cool achievement but means nothing without the team and the team’s success,” he said.
“The team is gelling really well and starting to really feel more like a family than a team.”
Victorians Andrew Scanlon, Altona Hockey Club, Jono Bretherton, MCC, Arunasalam, Stephen Gale, Hawthorn, Josh Simmonds, Doncaster, and Max Hendry, Camberwell, were members of the victorious Burras team.
Next for the Burras is a camp in Melbourne at the end of November before leaving for the World Cup, which runs from December 8 to 18 in Lucknow, India.
The Kookaburras missed a medal and the semi-final round at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, the first time they have missed the medal round since the 1980 boycott (2012 was eight in a row), a record better than all the other top-ten ranked nations in the world.