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The Far North Coast U/13s rugby team hangs on to possession playing at Nelson Bay.

Ross Kendall

Far north coast rugby union teams had a tough first day before winning their final games at the NSW Country Junior Boys Championships played at Nelson Bay earlier this month.

The U/14s had losses to Central West (22-0), Illawarra (24-0) and Central North (5-0) before beating New England 39-0 in the playoff for seventh place.

The U/13s had narrow losses to Illawarra (17-15) and the Mid North Coast (19-15) but also picked up a win over Hinter (7-5) before the finals.

They finished fifth on the table after beating Central North 49-0 in their playoff.

The U/12s also struggled with losses to Illawarra (38-5), Hunter (15-0) and the Mid North Coast (14-0). They went on to win their playoff for seventh place with a win over Central North (31-0).


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