Australian U/18's Championships - Day Four

Results from Day Three of the Australian 18 Years Championship from Western Weekender Stadium at St Mary's, New South Wales.

Pool A:
ACT Schools Rugby League
NSW Combined Catholic Colleges
NSW Combined High Schools
Queensland Secondary Schools

Pool B: NSW Combined Independent Schools
Northern Territory
South Australia
Western Australia

DAY FOUR:: 14/7/2004
Full Results:
Game 1: Western Australia 74 (Tries: Daniel Snedden 3, Ben Lindegard 2, Jarrad Adams 2, Ryan Stirling 2 , Peter Worth, Pikari Te Wara, Sam Lofts, , Shannon Coleman, , Paul Bate, Goals: Alex Capes 9) defeated South Australia 0

Game 2: NSWCCC 48 (Tries: Junior Moor 3, Troy Boston 3, Shannon McDonnell 2, Jarrod Mullen, Goals: Shannon McDonnell 6) defeated ACT 36 (Tries: Steven McLean 2, Brent Crisp, Jade Williams, Kyle Lodge, Jordan Hammond, Joe Onorato Goals: Michael Dobson 4)

Game 3: NSWCIS 60 (Tries: Tim Mannah 3, Marc Robinson 2, Onisimo Raileque 2, Todd Anthony, John Saade, Mark Takuira, Blake Lazarus Goals: Blake Lazarus 5, Marc Robinson 3 ) defeated Victoria 14 (Tries: Dylan Hore, Whitney Hiriaki, Teiran Moslen Goals: Whitney Hiriaki)

Game 4: NSWCHS 27 (Tries: Peewee Moke 3, Blake Green, Samu Wara Goals : Jeremy Gordon 3, Field Goal: Dean Caldwell ) defeated Queensland 12 (Tries: Rodney Griffin, Josh Tatupu Goals: Greg Inglis 2)

Players of the Match: Western Australia - Ben Lindegard No 3 Hale School
South Australia - Tyson Hay No 11 TAFE
NSWCCC - Junior Moors No 13 Patrician Bros, Blacktown
ACT - Michael Dobson No 7 Erindale College
NSWCIS - Jack Kelly No 18 Reddam House
Victoria - Zac Paczkowski No 13 Parkdale Secondary College
NSWCHS - Craig Priestly No 14 Endeavour Sports High
Queensland - Steven Michaels No 4 Palm Beach Currumbin High


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