Wellington teams to head for Auckland for finals

Last updated 09:37 24/10/2012

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Scots College and Wainuiomata High School will represent the Wellington region at the national finals of the Condor Sevens in Auckland.

Wainuiomata beat Naenae College 26-24 in an entertaining girls final at the regional tournament on Monday, while Scots recorded a comfortable 36-10 over Bishop Viard in the boys final.

New Zealand secondary schools representative Jackson Garden- Bachop, who was named the player of the final, was a dominating presence for Scots, who had recorded a 18-14 semifinal win over Wellington College.

Bishop Viard reached the final by beating a young St Pat's Town team while Porirua won the plate final and Taita took the bowl final.

In the girls semifinals, Wainuiomata had beaten Paraparaumu and Naenae beat Tawa.

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