10th Grade Regrading

This week 10th Grade has been regraded in to Travel Leagues A and B, plus Zone Competitions.

This is what took place from the A sections:

Western Zone had 6 teams
Wellington Zone had 5 teams
Hutt Valley Zone had 6 Teams
Horowhenua no teams

This meant that the top 2 went into Travel League A and the next 2 went in to Travel League B and the rest went back in to their respective Zone Competitions.

Therefore because Kapiti Coast United finished 5th in the Western Zone this means the make up of the grades are as follows.

Travel League A & B are now 6 team competitions and these will be shared around at Trentham, Liardet and Grenada North because these grounds can handle 6 team competitions.

These leagues need to be the same size so that they can finish all at the same time in order to regrade.

Western Zone will now have 10A and 10B which are both 8 team competitions.

Wellington Zone will now have 10A and 10B which are both 8 team competitions and 10C which is a 12 team competition.

Hutt Valley Zone will now have 10A, 10B and 10C which are all 8 team competitions

Also please note that the following will take place the week of 21 May:
12th grade combined regrading
11th grade regrading
Wellington and Western Zone festival day draws
And some Girls Only grades regrading

Please can we make sure we have all results in by 10:30am Monday morning so we can get the regrading done ASAP.


We will endeavour to get out to clubs ASAP a draw for next Friday’s games out on turf.


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