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Victoria successfully defend their Women’s Affiliate States title

The Victorian Women’s Representative team have successfully defended their Affiliated States Championship title after defeating Western Australia 22 – 14 in the final round of the tournament.

Western Australia finished second, with Northern Territory finishing third.

In the Under 16s Girl’s Championship, Western Australia finished top.

UNDER 16S GIRLS:
Day One:

Victoria 34 defeated NRL Presidents XIII 12
Western Australia 38 defeated Northern Territory 0

Day Two:
Northern Territory 44 defeated NRL Presidents XIII 6
Western Australia 60 defeated Victoria 12

Day Three:
Western Australia 66 defeated NRL Presidents XIII 0
Northern Territory 30 defeated Victoria 10

OPEN AGE WOMEN’S:
Day One:

Victoria 66 defeated South Australia 0
Western Australia 52 defeated Northern Territory 22

Day Two:
Western Australia 64 defeated South Australia 0
Victoria 28 defeated Northern Territory 0

Day Three:
Northern Territory 52 defeated South Australia 0
Victoria 22 defeated Western Australia 14

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