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SAS College Rugby League results for May 17

SAS College Rugby League results for May 17

Premier Pools

Premier Pool A
St Paul’s 14 Westlake Boys 4 HT: 4-4
Avondale v Mt Albert (to be rescheduled)
Southern Cross bye

Premier Pool B
Kelston Boys 32 Aorere 12 HT: 22-6
Manurewa 18 Wesley College 16 HT: 12-0
Papatoetoe 22 Western Springs 16 HT: TBA

Senior A Pools

Senior A Pool A
Aorere B 8 Selwyn 22 HT: 4-2
Westlake Boys B 4 Sir Edmund Hillary 40 HT: 0-24
Papakura B bye

Senior A Pool B
Southern Cross 10 James Cook 16
Manurewa v Lynfield (Manurewa withdraw)
Pakuranga bye

*Please note that Pool A and Pool B for the Senior A division will be a nine team, one pool section starting next Wednesday May 24 as a result of Manurewa’s recent withdrawal.

U15 9-aside
Aorere 0 Southern Cross 30 (Aorere default to Southern Cross)
Avondale v Onehunga TBA
Manurewa 28 Henderson 20
Sir Edmund Hillary 8 St Paul’s 32 HT: 4-6

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