Novotel Australian Schools Rugby Championships Match Day 4 Results

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Novotel Australian Schools Rugby Championships Match Day 4 Results. Competition continues on Saturday 6th July, with the Championships Final at 12.30pm. Spectators are welcome.

DIVISION II - Round Robin
Game 15
National Indigenous  86 def.
Tas 7
NI tries – Isiah Huet (2),  Lincoln Whiteley, Michael Doolan (5), Nicholas Duncan, Bryce Lee, David Green (2), Daniel Jennings, Trae O’Neil
NI conversions – Hayden Cochran (3), Carlin Simon, Brendan Trudgen (2), Trae O’Neil (2)
Tas try - Dewann Du-Plessis
Tas conversions - Oliver Bird
Game 16
SA 43 def.
NT 22
SA try - Trent Ormsby, Chris Hodgson, Blake Edmonds, Henry Hamilton, Alex Healey, Giuseppe Focarelli, Usaia Rokonai
SA conversions - Chris Hodgson (4)
NT tries – Isaiah Atkins, Jason Lim, Patrick Blake
NT conversions – Jason Lim (2)
NT penalty goals - Jason Lim
NI (8), NT (5), SA (4), Tas (0)
Finals Schedule
The Championship Finals to be played on Saturday 6th July at St Ignatius College, Riverview, Sydney at 12:30pm.
Entry is free and spectators are welcome.
7th v 8th
Game 17: Div 2
Second Field
5th v 6th
Combined States v Vic
Game 19: Div 2
SA v Tas
Second Field
3rd v 4th
Qld I v Qld II
Championship Final


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