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Inter-Secondary Schools Top Town, Rotorua

Inter-Secondary Schools Top Town, Rotorua

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Inter-Secondary Schools Top Town Competition - Rotorua, Friday, August 15, 11am-2pm

Sport BOP and the Rotorua Energy Charitable Trust in association with Mai FM 96.7 presents the inaugural Inter-Secondary Schools Top Town event at Rotorua's Village Green from 11am to 2pm tomorrow (Fri, Aug 15). More than 100 high school students will complete a series of 'wet and wild' activities to test their skills of teamwork, problem solving, speed, agility and stamina. The 14 teams are from Rotorua Girl's High School, Rotorua Boy's High School, Rotorua Youth Centre, Western Heights High School, Rotorua Lakes High School, Reporoa College, John Paul College and Agriculture NZ Training Division.

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