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The Shay

21-09-13; 3pm

Attendance: 1,362

Referee: Wigglesworth

Smith 31 (og) Brodie 8
Glennon     Evans    
Toulson     Leadbitter    
McManus     Bush    
Pearson     McDonald    
Lowe     45 Graham    
Roberts     Green    
Maynard     James    
Ainge     West     77
Gardner     64 Smith     89
Marshall     Brown    
Gregory     72 Brodie     68
Senior     Collins    
Williams     Gwynne    
McReady     45 Walker     89
Holsgrove     64 Rankine     68
Carver     72 Odhiambo     77
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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Saturday September 21 2013
Time: 9:20PM

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