National Sevens: Results and Replay of Day Two Field Two

National Indigenous Women's Sevens in action on Day Two, Field Two. Photo: ARU Media.
National Indigenous Women's Sevens in action on Day Two, Field Two. Photo: ARU Media.

Day Two of the Men’s and Women’s National Sevens Championship played across Field 1 and Field 2 of Adelaide Shores Sporting Precinct. Full results and replay of Day Two, Field Two below.

WINNERS 

2016 National Sevens Championships

Men’s Bowl Winners: Australian Defence Force

Men’s Plate Winners: Victoria

Men’s Cup Winner: Queensland Red

Women’s Bowl Winners: Australian Universities

Women’s Plate Winners: NSW White

Women’s Cup Winners: Queensland Red

FIELD TWO

Full match results from Field Two, Day Two

Field 2 Match 19 – WOMEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - QLD (Red) 41 v NSW (Light Blue) 0                        

Field 2 Match 20 – MEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - Victoria 12 v ACT  19

Field 2 Match 21 MEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - Western Australia 24 v National Indigenous 0           

Field 2 Match 22 – MEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - NSW 17 v Northern Territory 19

Field 2 Match 23 – WOMEN (SF Bowl)

FULL TIME - National Universities 39 v Tasmania 0                                  

Field 2 Match 24 – MEN (SF Bowl)

FULL TIME - ADFRU 19 v South Australia 14

Field 2 Match 25 – WOMEN (SF Plate)

FULL TIME - NSW (White) 12 v ACT 5

Field 2 Match 26 – MEN (SF Plate)

FULL TIME - QLD (White) 12 v NSW 33

Field 2 Match 27 – WOMEN (SF Cup)

FULL TIME - QLD (Red) 19 v QLD (White) 0

Field 2 Match 28 – MEN (SF Cup)

FULL TIME - National Universities 32 v Northern Territory 7

Field 2 Match 29 – WOMEN (11th place playoff)

FULL TIME Tasmania 5 v Victoria 27

Field 2 Match 30 – WOMEN (7th place playoff)

FULL TIME ACT 19 v South Australia 0

Field 2 Match 30 – MEN (7th place playoff)

FULL TIME National Indigenous 40 v QLD (White) 0

Field 2 Match 32 – WOMEN (Plate Final)

FULL TIME NSW (White) 10 v National Indigenous 7

Field 2 Match 33 – WOMEN (3rd place playoff)

FULL TIME QLD (White) 19 v Western Australia 5

Field 2 Match 34 – MEN (3rd place playoff)

FULL TIME ACT 31 v Northern Territory 7

FIELD ONE

Full match results from Field One, Day Two

Field 1 Match 19 - MEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - QLD (Red) 26 v National Indigenous 12

Field 1 Match 20 - WOMEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - QLD (White) 22 v ACT 5

Field 1 Match 21 - MEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - Australia Universities 38 v QLD (White) 7

Field 1 Match 22 - WOMEN (QF Cup)

FULL TIME - NSW (Blue) 57 v South Australia 0

Field 1 Match 23 - MEN (SF Bowl)

FULL TIME - Western Australia 24 v Tasmania 10

Field 1 Match 24 - WOMEN (SF Bowl)

FULL TIME - Victoria 5 v Northern Territory 20

Field 1 Match 25 - MEN (SF Plate)

FULL TIME - National Indigenous 22 v Victoria 24

Field 1 Match 26 - WOMEN (SF Plate)

FULL TIME National Indigenous 22 v South Australia 17

Field 1 Match 27 - MEN (SF Cup)

FULL TIME QLD (Red) 21 v ACT 17

Field 1 Match 28 - WOMEN (SF Cup)

FULL TIME - Western Australia 7 v NSW (Blue) 19

Field 1 Match 29 - MEN (11th Place Playoff)

FULL TIME Tasmania 28 v South Australia 35

Field 1 Match 30 - WOMEN (Bowl Final)

FULL TIME National Universities 29 v Northern Territory 0

Field 1 Match 31 - MEN (Bowl Final)

FULL TIME - Western Australia 17 v ADFRU 5

Field 1 Match 32 - MEN (Plate Final)

FULL TIME Victoria 27  v NSW 26

Field 1 Match 34 - (WOMEN Cup Final)

FULL TIME QLD (Red) 29 v NSW (Dark Blue) 17

Field 1 Match 34 - (MEN Cup Final)

FULL TIME QLD Red 31 v National Universities 19

DRAWS

All times are in local South Australian Time(ACDT)


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