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MAGS win fourth consecutive NZ Secondary Schools title

MAGS win fourth consecutive NZ Secondary Schools title

Friday 9 October, 2015

Mount Albert Grammar School have won their fourth consecutive NZ Secondary Schools Netball Champs title, holding a determined Saint Kentigern College at bag, 41-35, at EA Networks Centre in Ashburton this afternoon.

Wellington East Girls won the play-off for third, defeating St Mary’s College, 33-20.

For more information, including a full wrap of Finals Day, visit


1st Mount Albert Grammar School
2nd Saint Kentigern College
3rd Wellington East Girls' College
4th St Mary’s College
5th Wellington Girls' High School
6th Manukura
7th Cashmere High School
8th Epsom Girls Grammar School
9th St Margaret's College
10th Westlake Girls' High School
11th Baradene College
12th Southland Girls High School
13th Napier Girls' High School
14th Waikato Diocesan
15th St Andrew's College
16th Roncalli College

Maia Wilson (Mt Albert Grammar School)
Cait Dowden (Mt Albert Grammar School)
Amorangi Malesala (St Kentigern College)
Sydney Fraser (St Kentigern College)
Tiana Metuarau (Welington East Girls’ College)
Tenika Leota (Welington East Girls’ College)
Jermaine Howard-Vallance (St Mary’s College)
Mererangi Paul (St Kentigern College)
Mila Reuelu-Buchanan (Welington East Girls’ College)
Holly Fowler (Mt Albert Grammar School)
Colleen Faleafaga (St Mary’s College)
Renee Savai’inaea (St Mary’s College)
Marcelle Parkes (Welington East Girls’ College)
Elle Temu (Mt Albert Grammar School)

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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