2011 National Womens Championship - Day 3 Results

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Day 3 Results

ACT 26 – Fiona Williams, Laura Devereux, Rebecca Fitzgerald, Sharni Williams tries; Sharni Williams 2, Nikki Ayers conversions VS NSW Country 21 – Megan Shanahan 2, Margaret Watson tries; Erin Green 3 conversions.

Half time score: 21-7 (NSW Country)


Victoria 47 – Sao Saemo 3, Asley Marsters 2, Stacey Kilmister, Marie Soisoi tries; Niki Cook 6 conversions VS Northern Territory 5 – Shelley Fox try.

Half time score: 26-0 (Victoria)


Australian Services 10 – Kate Porter, Mollie Gray tries VS South Australia 10 – Brianna Nathan, Aimee Tanimu tries. Sin bin – Penny Dukes (ASRU) Half time score: 5-5


Queensland 15 – Kelly O’Connor 2, Amelia Sefo tries VS Sydney 7 – Kelly Ducker try; Alexandra Sulusi conversion.

Half time score: 5-7 (Sydney)

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