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Age Group Netball Championships Day Four Results

NZ Age Group Netball Championships Day Four Results

Please find attached full results for Day Four games and the draw for the final day of competition tomorrow [Fri 14].

Results without grid formatting are below.



Thursday 13 July
9.30am Round
U21 Grade
Otago Blue 35 v Auckland Waitakere 2 35
U19 Grade
South Canterbury 36 v Manawatu 31
Tasman 43 v BOP Gold 27
Canterbury Country 29 v Eastern 35
10.40am Round
U21 Grade
Eastern 29 v North 44
Wellington 39 v Western 40
U19 Grade
Otago Blue 36 v Taranaki 28
Waikato Black 26 v Counties Manukau v 37
Southland Invitation 40 v Auckland Centre 21
11.50am Round
U21 Grade
Canterbury 26 v Waikato Red 37
Auckland Waitakere 1 34 v Otago Gold 41
U19 Grade
Wellington 21 v Southland 23
North Maroon 26 v Auckland Waitakere 39
1.00pm Round
U19 Grade
Waikato Red 34 v Christchurch 27
Mid-Canterbury 30 v Otago Gold 24
2.10pm Round
U21 Grade
North 30 v Otago Blue 31
U19 Grade
Tasman 46 v Taranaki 28
South Canterbury 45 v Waikato Black 26
Canterbury Country 39 v BOP Blue 31
3.20pm Round
U21 Grade
Western 44 v Eastern 30
U19 Grade
Manawatu 37 v Counties Manukau 27
BOP Gold 41 v Otago Blue 19
Auckland Centre 24 v North Blue 30
4.30pm Round
U21 Grade
Otago Gold 34 v Auckland Waitakere 33
Auckland Waitakere2 32 v Wellington 32
U19 Grade
Auckland Waitakere 28 v Waikato Red 27
Southland 29 v Mid Canterbury 22
5.40pm Round
U21 Grade
Waikato 35 v Canterbury 26
U19 Grade
Otago Gold 40 v Wellington 26
Christchurch 35 v North Maroon 38


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