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August 8 SAS College Rugby League results

August 8 SAS College Rugby League results
August 9, 2018

All of the results from the latest round of SAS College Rugby League action.

Premier – semi-finals
Kelston Boys’ High School 16 Wesley College 12 (Kelston through to the Grand Final)
Mt Albert Grammar School 22 St Paul’s College 4 (Mt Albert through to the Grand Final)
Pakuranga College 28 Westlake Boys’ High School 12
Southern Cross Campus 22 Otahuhu College 0
Avondale College 18 Manurewa High School 14
Aorere College 30 Papatoetoe High School 0

Senior A – play-offs
Lynfield College 48 Green Bay High School 6
Onehunga High School 24 St Paul’s College 8
Whangaparoa High School 16 James Cook High School 10
Southern Cross Campus 30 Manurewa High School 0

Under 15 – play-offs
St Paul’s College 30 Onehunga High School 5
James Cook High School 28 Westlake Boys’ High School 16
Southern Cross Campus 22 Auckland Seventh-Day Adventist High School 18
Manurewa High School BYE


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