The youngsters have outclassed the experienced so far in what has been an unpredictable start to the season.
Nineteen-year-old Calem Nieuwenhof scored a cracker from 30 yards out for Sydney FC, 23-year-old Dylan Wenzel-Halls bagged a goal and an assist in the Brisbane Roar's second game and to top it all off, the Central Coast Mariners and their squad with a mountain of youth lead the competition.
One youngster who will be hoping to have an impact is Macarthur FC left back Walter Scott.
Macarthur coach Ante Milicic said he was pleased with Scott's contribution to the club.
"Walter is the type of player who brings a lot of energy and positive attitude every day," Milicic said.
"Hopefully we will see him in the not too distant future.
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"We know he will be ready when called upon and will give 100 per cent."
Macarthur may have had a hiccup against the Mariners following their 1-0 win over the Western Sydney Wanderers on their A-League debut, but the signs are promising.
Socceroos reserve goalkeeper Adam Federici has been a wall in goal and the human bulldozer in Mark Milligan has been bossing the heart of midfield at 35 years of age.
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Once the Spanish pairing of Benat Etxebarria and Markel Susaeta, who both played in the 2011/12 Europa League final with Athletic Bilbao, build on their match fitness and link up with the likes of French veteran Loic Puyo and 2010/11 English League Cup winner with Birmingham City Matt Derbyshire, gold will form.
Macarthur FC plays the Wellington Phoenix next at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday and Norris tipped the home side to win 2-0.
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