Tuesday July 11 2017
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PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER
AWAY: Rico Symes is making the most of his promotion to the first XV from the second XV team.
PHOTOS: BRENDAN BIGGS
CBHS, St Thomas’ win – Burnside struggles By Andrew King
ON THE CHARGE: Campbell Reid looks to shake a tackle in the game on Saturday. PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER
CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ High and St Thomas’ both secured wins in the UC Championship on Saturday, while Burnside High remains without a victory. CBHS grabbed a bonus point 26-8 victory over Rangiora at Straven Rd, while St Thomas collected four competition points with a 20-15 win over Shirley. Burnside were defeated 50-20 by St Andrew’s at Burnside. The competition takes a twoweek break for the school holidays
and will resume on July 22. St Thomas’ will host fourthplace Nelson College in round 12, CBHS face struggling St Bede’s and Burnside have the bye. Points Timaru Boys’ High, 45pts, 1; CBHS, 44, 2; Christ’s, 44, 3; Nelson, 40, 4; St Andrew’s, 37, 5; Rangiora, 31, 6; Waimea, 30, 7; St Thomas’, 27, 8; Marlborough Boys’ High, 24, 9; Shirley Boys’ High, 21, 10; Lincoln High, 20, 11; St Bede’s, 16, 12; Mid-Canterbury, 6, 13; Roncalli College, 1, 14; Burnside High, 0, 15.
STRENGTH: Seth Tauamiti attempted to break through Shirley’s defence. PHOTO: BRENDAN BIGGS
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CHRISTCHURCH FINISH ART GALLERY TE PUNA O WAIWHETU
Wednesday 12 July From 12 noon
Emirates Team New Zealand Victory Parade
GAP: Patrick Elia steps on the gas.
FIVE POINTER: Lachie Stove scores in the corner for St Thomas’
No parking on parade route