2011 PSSA NSW State Champs

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By Community Rugby, ARU Media Unit

The annual PSSA State Championships are on again, with over 300 players descending upon Parkes for the annual Under 12 competition.

One of the largest, state level, age-grade Rugby competitions across the country, the 2011 PSSA Championships are set to excite following a growth in participation and attendance in recent seasons.

Kicking off on Tuesday August 16, the tournament will run over three days with the NSW Champions to be announced following the Grand Final on Thursday afternoon (2pm AEST).


 Hunter
 Mackillop
 North Coast
 North West
 Polding
 Riverina
 South Coast
 Sydney East
 Sydney North
 Sydney South West
 Sydney West
 Western

Pool Rounds:

Tuesday 16th August: 8.30am – 3.00pm
Wednesday 17th August: 8.30am – 3.00pm

Thursday 18th August: 8.30am – 2.00pm

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