St Peter’s wins

St Peters has sounded a warning that it will be a regional netball force by beating Avondale in the major final of the Auckland Combined Points Netball tournament where 95 teams competed in three grades. The Upper North Island Secondary Schools Regional Tournament will be contested later this month. The squad (pictured) which won the title for the school for the first time was back from, from left, Billie-Jo Hickton, Melissa Kenel, Anne Falelogi-Kirikiri, Savannah Samson-Tuinukuafe, Taiana Day, Sera Taei, Jessica Jennings, front, Laynayah Daniel, Macy Costello and Shaquaylah Mahakitau-Monschau

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