The boys were among five teenagers aged between 15 and 18 at the time of being charged after Jack’s murder just two weeks before Christmas 2019.
Jack was stabbed in the heart and later died in hospital after a brawl broke out between his group and five teenagers in Surfers Paradise.
The then 15-year-old boy admitted to stabbing Jack in the chest and punching another 17-year-old boy twice, puncturing his lungs.
He was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to murder and two willful acts of malice in May.
He has to serve 70% of his sentence.
Another teenager, who was 17 in 2019, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and two counts of serious bodily harm in April.
On Friday, he also pleaded guilty to three other charges, including robbery and assault crimes in July 2019 and August 2020.
He is sentenced to seven years in prison and must serve 50% of that time.
The teenage boy has been in detention for two and a half years (considered serving time) and is eligible for parole after 12 months.
Ma-Mal-J Toala, who was 18 at the time, and two unnamed teenage boys were acquitted last month of manslaughter and two counts of serious bodily harm by Judge Soraya Ryan. it was done.
The trio had pleaded not guilty to three charges at a Supreme Court trial in May involving only judges.
The five teenagers had a barbecue in Surfers Paradise, then at one stage ran two blocks for chase as Jack’s group was on their way to the party.
The 29-second fight, captured by CCTV, erupted after five teenagers caught up with the group and one of them responded by flicking a cigarette after pushing Jack.
Teenager jailed for stabbing 17-year-old boy on Gold Coast
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