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2014 Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines Finals Draw Released

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Monday, 10 February 2014

2014 Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines Finals Draw Released

To assist with your planning, please find below the Finals Draw for the 2014 Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines being played at Eden Park this weekend (February 15-16) for a prizepool of NZ$2.6 million.

Finals Draw: Sunday February 16, 2014

Game 25

3:30 PM

1st Quarter Final

1st Pool Blue

2nd Pool Green

Game 26

3:55 PM

2nd Quarter Final

1st Pool Green

2nd Pool Blue

Game 27

4:20 PM

3rd Quarter Final

1st Pool Yellow

2nd Pool Red

Game 28

4:45 PM

4th Quarter Final

1st Pool Red

2nd Pool Yellow

Game 29

5:45 PM

1st Semi Final

Winner 1st QF v Winner 2nd QF

Game 30

6:10 PM

2nd Semi Final

Winner 3rd QF v Winner 4th QF

Game 31

7:30 PM

Final

Winner 1st SF v Winner 2nd SF

 

Pool Draw

POOL YELLOW

POOL GREEN

POOL BLUE

POOL RED

Team 1

Team 1

Team 1

Team 1

Warriors

Roosters

Sharks

Storm

Team 2

Team 2

Team 2

Team 2

Raiders

Eels

Knights

Panthers

Team 3

Team 3

Team 3

Team 3

Sea Eagles

Broncos

Tigers

Rabbitohs

Team 4

Team 4

Team 4

Team 4

Cowboys

Bulldogs

Titans

Dragons


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