School Sport Australia Championships – Day Two Results

first_imgThe heavyweight states of New South Wales and Queensland battled it out in each division, while Tasmania created history, with its 12’s Boys team winning its first ever game at the event. In the 12’s Girls division, Queensland sits on top of the ladder after day one, with four wins from its four games. In the match against New South Wales, Queensland proved too strong, winning seven touchdowns to two. New South Wales sits in second place on the ladder, with three wins, while the Northern Territory and the ACT sit in third and fourth place respectively, with two wins each. In the 12’s Boys division, New South Wales’ win over Queensland sees it sit in top spot on the ladder, undefeated after two days.  Queensland is in second place on the ladder with three wins, while the Northern Territory also has three wins from its four games. The ACT is in fourth place with one win. In the 15’s Girls division, Queensland has won its five games so far over the two days, including a 7-4 defeat of New South Wales. Queensland finished the first two days of the competition with 79 touchdowns scored and only conceding four touchdowns. New South Wales sits in second place with four wins, with South Australia in third place with three wins, and the ACT in fourth place on the ladder with two wins. In the 15’s Boys division, Queensland is also on top of the table, with five wins from its five games, including its 11-7 win over New South Wales. New South Wales sits in second place with four wins, followed by the ACT with two wins and two draws, while South Australia sits in fourth palace. For more results, please click on the following link:http://www.sportingpulse.com/assoc_page.cgi?c=14-4282-0-0-0&sID=188469last_img