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National Secondary Schools Tournament - Finals Day Results

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National Secondary Schools Tournament
Finals Day Results

Auckland, New Zealand September 6, 2013 - All 24 teams played in finals games today and below are the scores. Please note that there was an error in the text in the previous email, the final score in the main game was 26 - 18 to Kelston Boys High School.

Friday September 6, 2013
Final
s

PoolTeam 1ScoreTeam 2Score
ChampsMt Albert Grammar18Kelston Boys26
St Paul's College20Otahuhu College12
CupTokoroa High School18Papakura High22
Papatoetoe High16Tangaroa College22
PlateWestlake Boys24Southern Cross Campus28
Kaitaia College28Aranui High School14
BowlAorere College62Taita College0
Henderson High20Tu Toa30
Dev ChampsRotorua Boys24St Thomas of Canterbury18
Whangarei Boys14James Cook High School22
Dev PlacingRosehill College42Northcote College14
.Howick36
Southland College10

ENDS

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