2011 Santos National Indigenous U16 Championship

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By Community Rugby, ARU Media Unit

2011 Santos National Indigenous U16 Championship

The Santos National Indigenous U16’s Championship will be held on the 13-15 August at Tallebudgera on the Gold Coast, from which a National team will be selected to participate in the National U16 Championships at Riverview.

DAY ONE: (Sunday)
Round 1                                                                  Kick Off Time
Northern NSW vs. Northern Territory                 9am
Southern NSW/ACT vs Combined States        10am
Round 2      
Northern NSW vs Southern QLD                        11am
Combined States vs Northern QLD                   12pm

Round 3       
Northern Territory vs Southern QLD                   2pm
Southern NSW/ACT vs  Northern QLD               3pm

DAY TWO: (Monday)
Final  Rounds                         Kick Off Time
Finals          3 V 3                     8:25
Finals          2 V 2                     9:40
Finals          1 V 1                     10:45

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