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Ponsonby and Grammar Old Boys will meet in the principal Rugby match at Eden Park on Saturday, preceded by a curtain-raiser between the second division teams, Army and Technical Old Boys. The draws for the senior and secondary schools' games are:— Senior First Division.—Marist v. Otahuhu, Sturees Park, 3.0, Mr. S. V. Nicol; University v. Navy, Eden Park No. 3, 1.30, Mr. V. B. R.N.Z.A.F (Whenuapai) v. Grafton, Eden Park No. 3, 3.0, Mr. H. L. Biolettl; Ponsonby v. Grammar, Eden Park No. 1, 3.0, Mr. E. D. Hill, Manukau, a bye. XT QhftP . Senior Second Division.—A Section: North snore v. Takapuna, Takapuna No. 1, 3.0, Mr. E, Dudson; R.N.Z.A.F. (Ardmore) v. Aotea, GribbleHirst Park, 3.0, Mr. T. V. Robinson: Papakura v. Technical Old Boys, Eden Park No. 1, 1.30, Mr. K. A. Preston; Suburbs, a bye. B Section. R.N.Z.A.F. (Hobsonville) v. Aotea Colts, Avondale No. 1, 3.0, Mr. E. Osmers; Eden v. Training College, Training College, 3.0, Mr. R. D. Smith; College Rifles v. R.N.Z.A.F. (Swanson). Avondale No. 2, 3.0, Mr. R. T. McGregor; Parr,ell, a bye. Secondary School Games. —Sacred Heart College v. Mt. Albert Grammar. Eden Park No. 2, 3.0, Mr. F. T. C. Williams; Seddon Memorial Technical College v. Auckland Grammar, Auckland Grammar, 1.30, Mr. O. H. Cleave; Takapuna, Grammar v. King's College, Takapuna Grammar, 2.15, Mr. J. J. Hinton.

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PONSONBY AND GRAMMAR, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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PONSONBY AND GRAMMAR Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 168, 18 July 1945

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