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7/2/2013
By ARU Media Unit


Novotel Australian Schools Rugby Championships Day 1 Results. Competition will resume again on Wednesday 3rd July and spectators are welcome.

Division I
Game 1 (Pool A)
NSW II  38 def.
Vic 12
NSW tries - Joey Lusick (2), Brandon Paenga-Amosa, Josh Mitchell (2), Francis Brown
NSW conversions - Joey Lusick (3), Anthony Vasilis
Vic tries - Ahmu Tuimalealiifano, Suaesi Iosua
Vic conversions - Suaesi Iosua
 
Game 2 (Pool B)
Qld II  31 def.
Combined States 10
Qld II tries - Conrad Quirk, Joshua Bowen-Bowyer, Pedro Ikitau, Ryan McCully
Qld II conversions - Joshua Bowen-Bowyer (4)
Qld II penalty goals – Joshua Bowen-Bowyer
CS try -Adrian Delore
CS conversion - Adrian Delore
CS penalty goals – Adrian Delore
 
Game 3 (Pool A)
QLD I 35 def.
ACT 19
QLD I tries – Landon Hayes, Issak Fines, Jake Upfield, Evander Guttenbeil, Mitchell Third
QLD I conversions - Mitchell Third (5)
ACT try - Jason Tomane, Tyrel Lomax, Thomas Evans
ACT conversions – Thomas Evans, Harrison Tysen
 
Game 4 (Pool B)
NSW I 64 def.
WA 8
NSW I tries - Charlie Taylor, Harry Jones (2), Taane Milne, Hosea Foutakava, Andrew Kellaway (3), Angus Crichton, Joshua Anderson
NSW I conversions – Harry Jones (7)
WA try - Kauri Cudd
WA penalty goal – Tim Koiatu
 
Standings
Pool A – NSW II (5), QLD I (5), ACT (0), VIC (0)
Pool B – NSW I (5), QLD II (5), CS (0), WA (0)

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