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Rugby Union: Ballymore Cup North Queensland carnival

Sunday, July 26, 2009

Rockhampton Grammar School, Townsville Grammar School and St. Augustine's College (Cairns) played the North Queensland Carnival as part of the Ballymore Cup quarter finals this past weekend. Rockhampton Grammar School won the final and will play Siena Catholic College in the semi final.

The Ballymore Cup is a state wide Rugby Union competition in the Australian state of Queensland. Schools participating in the Greater Public Schools (GPS) competition do not compete in the Ballymore Cup.

Mackay representative Whitsundays Anglican School did not participate as they could not field a suitable team.

Round Robin

Rockhampton Grammar School 22 – 0 Townsville Grammar School
Townsville Grammar School 15 – 12 St. Augustine's College
Rockhampton Grammar School 29 – 5 St. Augustine's College

The two grammar schools qualified for the Ballymore Cup North Queensland carnival final after both teams defeated St. Augustine's College from Cairns. Townsville Grammar were the better of the two defeating Rockhampton Grammar 22 points to zero, then St. Augustine's 15 points to 12. Rockhampton Grammar finished the round robin stage by defeating St. Augustine's 29 points to five.

Final

Rockhampton Grammar School 14 – 5 Townsville Grammar School

Rockhampton Grammar qualified for the Ballymore Cup semi final against Siena Catholic College after defeating Townsville Grammar 14 points to five.


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