2011 National Womens Championship - Day 2 Results

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Day 2 Results

Victoria 10 – Karen Nabalarua, Maria Soisoi tries VS South Australia 10 – Emma Yates, Tara Naige tries.

Half time score: 10-0 (Victoria)


Queensland 10 – Delwyn Tupuhi, Tricia Brown tries VS Brumbies 0. Unaisi Viau (QLD) sin bin.

Half time score: 10-0 (QLD)


Australian Services 29 – Kate Porter 2, Caroline Vakalahi, Emma-Lee Wood, Mollie Gray tries; Emma-Lee Wood, Brooke Saunders conversions VS Northern Territory 17 – Theresea Anderson, Bo Delacruz tries; Bo Delacruz conversion.

Half time score: 12-0 (ASRU)


NSW Country 12 – Stevie-Lee Shiels, Lauren Diduszko tries; Erin Green conversion VS Sydney 31 – Iliseva Batibasaga 2, Janelle Shepherd, Beatriz Muhlbauer, Kim McKenzie tries; Kelly Ducker 2, Alexandra Sulusi conversions.

Half time score: 12-0 (Sydney)

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