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Thames High School’s Saelah Fowler grabs the ball in a lineout. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER

Sevens Heaven

The Thames Valley secondary schools sevens tournament was held at Paeroa Domain on September 20. Boys’ and girls’ teams from across the region competed in a round robin format to contest the Condor Cup, Hare family trophy, TVSS 7s 4th Grade Cup and Ian Murphy Development Grade Cup. ALICE PARMINTER caught the action. 

RESULTS: Youth Girls: Champions: Hauraki Plains College; MVP: Amber Perry (HPC). Open Girls: Champions: Hauraki Plains College; MVP: Sameera Hayes (HPC). Youth Boys: Champions: Waihi College; MVP: Aiden Butler (WC). Open Boys: Champions: Paeroa College; MVP: Cooper Morrison (PC). 

Rylee Morgan from Waihi College makes a run for it. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER
Paeroa College’s Monaro Wright and Matai Alexander face off against Thames High School. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER
Madison Finn from Hauraki Plains College considers her next move. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER
Lily Hammond from Hauraki Plains College defends the ball from Waihi College’s Leah Kelly. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER
Waihi College’s Johnston Coll takes the ball against Paeroa College. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER
Isabella Dryland from Paeroa College dodges a tackle. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER
Carson Fletcher from Thames High School heads for the posts. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER
Thames High School’s Isayah Boyd slips out of a tackle from Katikati College. Photo: ALICE PARMINTER