The Puma Cup regional final between Farrer and Inverell High School featured plenty of cards and plenty of goals as the home side cruised into the next stage.
Farrer netted seven goals and kept a clean sheet to score the handy win.
It was the first time the Farrer team had won the regional final in close to 20 years, captain Lachlan Wesierski said.
"I believe we haven't won it since 2002. It feels pretty good. The team's ecstatic," he said.
Wesierski said Farrer "played well as a team" with the forwards reaping the rewards of a strong performance from the backline.
"That's [a clean sheet] what we aim for every game. Your team's built from the back. If you're strong in the backline then your team can score easy from there," Wesierski said.
There were cards galore in the match as Inverell finished with 10 players on the field after Camden Gaukroger was shown red in the second half.
The second half is where Farrer did the most of their damage as well.
They scored four goals in the space of 25 minutes in the second stanza.
Inverell HS captain Zach Campbell was proud of how far his team had come in the competition and thought there were a couple factors that led to the loss.
"I think we just didn't really show up. We didn't really want it as much as the other boys," Campbell said.
"I think they've got a bit more experience than us as well and that just showed in the game.
"Very proud of the boys to get this far, pretty unlucky how it ended but a good effort from the boys."
Farrer will meet Woolooware High School next week in the round of 16.
Wesierski was confident the side could go deeper into the competition.
"It will be a lot more physical, as expected, the boys will be a bit stronger on the ball and have better control but it should be a good game next week," Wesierski said.
"I believe our team's good enough and we can get the win next week if we back ourselves."