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Primary Schools’ Path to the Lions

  
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3/21/2013
By Community Rugby


Over 200 metropolitan and regional Primary Schools from across New South Wales are battling it out for a spot in the State Championship Final. It’s the chance of a lifetime, as it will precede the HSBC Waratahs versus British and Irish Lions game at Alliance Stadium on the 15 June.

 
Firstly, each school must win their local competition for the opportunity to play off to represent their region. From there, the winning teams earn the right to travel to Sydney, hosted by ARU NSW Development Staff, for the State Finals.
 
For TV coverage from the Far North Coast competition, click here.
 

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