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By Community Rugby, ARU High Performance Unit, ARU Media Unit
Game 1 (Pool A)
QLD II 31 def.
QLD tries - Netinili Filea, Francois Postal, Brodie Collins (2).
QLD conversions - Mitch Third, Brodie Collins, Shevell Samia (2).
QLD penalty goal - Shevell Samia.
ACT tries - Andrew Robinson, Joe Powell (2).
ACT conversions - Jamie Bodman (2).
Game 2 (Pool A)
NSW I 37 def.
NSW tries - Brandon Paenga-Amosa, Henry Clunies-Ross, Ofiu Menukeu, Jake McIntyre, Mitchell Whiteley.
NSW conversions - Jake McIntyre, Tom Wilson (2).
NSW penalty goals – Wilson (2).
VIC try - Pat Toeta.
VIC conversion - Kemu Valetini.
VIC penalty goals – Valetini (2).
Game 3 (Pool B)
QLD I 38 def.
Combined States 5
QLD tries - Rory Humphreys, Adam, Korczyk, Alex Mafi, Latham Takau, Jonan Placid (2). QLD conversions - Sam Green, James Dalgliesh (2).
Combined States try - Jack Redden.
Game 4 (Pool B)
NSW II 46 def.
NSW II tries - Charlie Taylor, Corey Tullock, Jack McCalman, Liam Creeley (2),Harry Jones (2).
NSW II conversions – J. Lousick, John Porch (3).
NSW II penalty goal – Porch.
WA try - Johnny Van Der Wielen.
Pool A – NSW I (5), QLD II (5), ACT (0), VIC (0)
Pool B – NSW II (5), QLD I (5), CS (0), WA (0)
National Indigenous 36 def.
National Indigenous tries - Tyrone Turaga, Nicholas Sam Anau, Arthur Currie, Carlin Anderson, Colin Hammond (2).
National Indigenous conversions - Steven Tracey, Carlin Simon (2).
NT tries - Daniel Jarman, Jared Deo, Scott Mc Dinny.
NT conversions - Bryce Condon (2).
NT penalty goals – Condon (2).
SA 68 def.
SA tries - Zac Wilson, George Tilley, Max Bode, Chris Steel, Tom Aldred, Wynd Harrison, Jarryd Hump (2), Ethan Uili (2).
SA conversions - Jarryd Humphrys (4), Chris Hodgson (5).
TAS penalty goal - Matthew Sproule.
South Australia (5), National Indigenous (5), Northern Territory (0), Tasmania (0)
The IRB has announced its match officials list for the second stage of the 2014 IRB Junior World Championships overnight, with two Australians appointed to referee two of the games in New Zealand on Sunday.
We’re excited to announce that Australian Rugby will be moving to a new online system for national competition management and participant registration for the 2014 Rugby Sevens season and the 2015 club Rugby season.
We’re set for an exciting year with plenty to look forward to in 2014, including our Qantas Men’s Sevens team competing in the Commonwealth Games (July), the Women’s Rugby World Cup in France (August) and the launch of a new domestic competition – the National Rugby Championship (August).