And they are ready to run through the competition to do it. Jamie Fardell’s Hallam College outclassed Mt Ridley last Friday with a clinical 38-0 victory at the iconic Gosch’s Paddock in the opening round of the inaugural qualifying competition.It was a warning shot from the proud school ahead of Thursday’s showdown with qualifiers newcomers The Grange P-12 College. The clash between the two fierce rugby league nurseries will be live streamed by News Corp at 1pm, Thursday as part of an exclusive partnership to showcase the best emerging talents in the sport. Fardell, who previously worked as a development officer at Melbourne Storm, said he “really believes in the growth of the game in Victoria”.“Every opportunity that we get to expose these kids from Victoria shows that we’ve got depth. In the schools that are competing in this qualifying competition, there’s some great kids and talent,” he said. “These kids deserve the opportunity to be exposed to it and I’m just happy that Hallam is one of those schools that get to do that regularly.”Schoolboys NRLOne player who took his opportunity under the bright lights of last week’s stream was Storm-contracted youngster Josiah Neli. The Christchurch-born utility was impressive in his efforts playing between hooker and the halves, playing a hand in four tries in the win over Mount Ridley. “Josiah Neli was really good for us, he directed the traffic of the whole team,” Fardell said. “He led the side by line speed with defence and his decisions with when to pass and when to run was pivotal for us in attack.”Neli, also a member of the Thunderbolts SG Ball side this year, paired up with flying finisher Ishmael Layuni who crossed the line twice for Hallam.