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2015 NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs | Day Three

2015 NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs | Day Three

Thursday 8 October, 2015

Mt Albert Grammar School and St Kentigern College will play for the trophy in Friday’s final at 1.40pm, whilst St Mary’s College and Wellington East Girls College will play-off in what is looking to be a tight match-up for third.

Final play-offs at the NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs will get underway from 9.00am Fridaymorning.

Mt Albert Grammar School 50 def Wellington Girls' College 22
Wellington East Girls' College 41 def Epsom Girls' Grammar School 17
Mt Albert Grammar School 44 def Wellington East Girls' College 27
Wellington Girls’ College 29 def Epsom Girls' Grammar School 19

St Mary's College 42 def Cashmere High School 22
St Kentigern College 51 def Manukura 28
Manukura 37 def Cashmere High School 33
St Kentigern College 41 def St Mary’s College 29

Waikato Diocesan 31 def St Andrew's College 26
St Margaret's College 28 def Baradene 23 *ET
St Margaret's College 31 def St Andrew's College 20
Baradene College 28 def Waikato Diocesan 24

Southland Girls' High School 38 def Roncalli College 28
Westlake Girls' High School 35 def Napier Girls' High School 23
Westlake Girls' High School 46 def Roncalli College 26
Southland Girls High School 37 def Napier Girls High School 28

NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs finals will get underway from 9.00am Friday morning.

Final Play-off's

9.00am3th/14thWaikato DiocesanvNapier Girls' High School
9.00am15th/16thSt Andrew's CollegevRoncalli College
10.10am9th/10thSt Margaret's CollegevWestlake Girls' High
10.10am11th/12thBaradene CollegevSouthland Girls' High School
11.20am7th/8thEpsom Girls' Grammar SchoolvCashmere High School
11.20am5th/6thWellington Girls' High SchoolvManukura
12.30pm3rd/4thWellington East Girls' CollegevSt Mary's College
1.40pmFINAL - 1st/2ndMt Albert Grammar SchoolvSt Kentigern College

Useful Info
Official Event Programme (including manager contact details) - click here
NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs draw and results - click here


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