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2006 National Bank Results

2006 National Bank Results
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Semifinal

June 23
Sting v Force Notes
1st Quarter 12 14
Half time 25 29
3rd Quarter 37 41
Full time 51 51

Fulltime (after extra time): Sting 64 Force 59

Player of the match: Natalie Avellino (Sting)


Interim shooting stats:

Sting:
Tania Dalton 8/11 (73%)
Belinda Colling 17/20 (85%)
Natalie Avellino 29/36 ((80%)
Donna Loffhagen 10/13 (77%)

Force:
Daneka Wipiiti 36/45 (80%)
Brigette Tapene 23/32 (72%)

Final:
June 30: Magic vs Sting, Mystery Creek, Hamiltom 7.30pm

Ends

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