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THE SECONDARY REPS PRELIMINARY SELECTION ' King's College, which defeated the championship winner, Sacred Heart, last Saturday, has four backs in the Auckland secondary schools' representative Rugby team to play the Auckland third grade representatives at Eden Park next Saturday. The final personnel of the schools' fifteen will be decided upon following the trial match later in the week. The preliminary selection is as follows:— Full-back: Wells (King's College). Three-quarters: Myles (Mt. Albert Grammar), Gilmour (King's). Sawyers (Mt. Albert Grammar). Five-eighths: Gardiner (Sacred Heart College), Caughey (King's). Half-back: Graham (King's). Forwards—Front row: Kenny (Auckland.Grammar), Wells (Seddon Memorial Technical College). Smith (Auckland Grammar), Stenbridge (Sacred Heart), one to be omitted. ,„, Locks: Cullington (Sacred Heart). Speedy (Mt. Albert Grammar), Hammond (King's), one to be omitted. ,_ _. Side row: Averill (King's), Johansen (Sacred Heart). Last man down: Smith (Mt. Albert Grammar). Reserves. —Backs: Masters (King's), Prmg (Auckland Grammar), Hing (Sacred Heart), Gardner (Sacred Heart). Forwards: Lowe (Talapuna Grammar).

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SCHOOL RUGBY, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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SCHOOL RUGBY Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 184, 6 August 1945

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