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NZ16's vs Penrith 16's Result

NEW Zealand 16's vs Penrith Panthers 16's Davies Park, Huntly Penrith Panthers 16's 34 Harris Moelasi, Ross Tusa, Jarrod Frakas, Brent Smith (2), Shane Blackett (2) : Tries Matthew Wade (1), Jarrod Frakas (2) : Goals New Zealand 16's 14 Isaac John, Patrick Ah Van, Tino Va'asa : Tries Scott Jones (1) : Goals Halftime Score : 10 All (10 - 10)

NZ 16's vs Parramatta Result

NEW Zealand 16's vs Parramatta 17's Dev Davies Park, Huntly

Jones retires from representing his country

FORMER Kiwis captain and Vodafone Warriors halfback Stacey Jones today announced his retirement from international rugby league.

Teams for Finals matches in NZ's Bartercard Competition

OTAHUHU Ellerslie are set to take on North Harbour Tigers in the first game of the weekend on Saturday afternoon. The loser will be eliminated from the 2004 competition with the winner going on the face either Mt Albert Lions or Marist Richmond Brothers next weekend.

Announcement Of New Zealand 16's

THE NZRL New Zealand 16's Selectors have announced the following squad to face the Parramatta U17 Development team and the Penrith U16 team in September.

Teams named for 2nd Test

THE Junior Kiwis were dealt a major blow during the week, with Samuela Moa ruled out following a medical assessment of a concussion suffered in the first Test.

Junior Kiwis Squad Announced

THE NZRL Junior Kiwi Selectors today announced the following squad to face the England Under-18 Academy in a two match Test series in August.

National Secondary Schools Knockout Championship 2004

THE National Secondary Schools Rugby League Knockout Championship will run throughout August and September 2004. The school teams taking part in the Nationals have earned their place by playing in Secondary School competitions in their areas throughout New Zealand and now go forward to compete for the 2004 champions title. Last years champions, Kelston Boys High School, will this year, get a very tough draw as they were surprisingly beaten in a very close final by St Paul's College 14-12 who have rebuilt their side this year to take out the Auckland Provincial Title. Wainuiomata High School have, again, dominated the Wellington region and could be a very good bet to make the final, if they can get passed Canterbury's Aranui High School who have had a very strong Rugby League side in the past. Northland College are not to be under estimated either, and could prove to be the dark horse of the competition after their upset in the Northland Provincial final when they beat Whangarei Boys High School. Teams have been seeded on the competition format in each province and St Bernard's College, Otaki College and Hamilton Fraser College are the new schools to take part this year.

England U18 Academy Arrive In NZ

THE England U18 Academy arrived in Auckland, New Zealand on Wednesday afternoon and are preparing to take on the pinnacle of our teen Rugby League talent in their challenge against the Junior Kiwi squad, before moving on to meet the Australian School Boys. The English have brought over a squad of 23 players and 7 staff, including Rugby Football League Performance Director, and former Great Britain coach, David Waite. David Waite will be assisting the team and will not only monitor and mentor the two young coaches, but will certainly be looking at the abilities of the players with the endeavour to upgrade the very elite to the next level in their high performance pathway. It is also quite interesting to note that Harrison Hansen, son of former Northcote Tigers and Marist player, Shane Hansen will be wearing the red, white and blue colours when he steps on to the field to represent the English squad. He will be someone to watch out for and according to David Waite, is a very talented young player. A warm up game will take place for the England U18 Academy against an Auckland U18 Rep Team on Sunday 1 August 2004 at North Harbour Stadium, 1.15pm. This will be followed by two tests against the Junior Kiwi's, also at North Harbour Stadium on Sunday 8 and Sunday 15 August 2004, both kicking off at 4.00pm. NAME 1 JAMES GRAHAM 2 DAVID ALLEN 3 AHSLEY GIBSON 4 LUKE STENCHION 5 DANNY WILLIAMS 6 DAVID DOHERTY 7 JASON GOLDEN 8 STEPHEN NASH 9 SCOTT MURRELL 10 BRETT FERRES 11 JOEL TOMPKINS 12 ANDY BRACEK 13 CHRIS ASHTON 14 SIMON GRIX 15 HARRISON HANSEN 16 DESI WILLIAMS 17 JAMES COYLE 18 CARL ABLETT 19 JOHN GALLAGHER 20 CRAIG HUBY 21 LEE SMITH 22 MATTHEW COOK 23 STEVE PICKERSGILL

NZ Bartercard Cup - Round 13 teams

ROUND 13 of New Zealand's Bartercard Cup competition has some tough battles over the weekend. The North Harour Tigers/Wai-Coa-Bay Stallions match on Sunday afternoon at Albany has the visiting England U18 Academy side taking on an Auckland U18 rep side as the curtain raiser.

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