Cabra 9s 2019

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    Cook Islands win 2019 Cabramatta International Nines
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    An Australian based Cook Islands team has won the 17th edition of the annual Cabramatta International Nines held at New Era Stadium on Saturday. The Cook Islands squad defeated the host, Cabramatta, 22 – 6 in the Final to win their first ever Cabramatta Nines title.

    In the Trophy Final, both South Sudan and Glebe-Burwood Wolves shared the honours after the final was cut short due to player injuries.

    GROUP MATCHES:
    Pool A:

    Cook Islands 14 – 10 USA Tomahawks
    Cook Islands 22 – 4 ASEAN XIII
    USA Tomahawks 20 – 6 ASEAN XIII

    Pool B:
    PNG Kokomos 14 – 14 Glebe-Burwood Wolves
    PNG Kokomos 10 – 8 Glebe-Burwood Wolves

    Pool C:
    The Kooris 14 – 10 Cabramatta Royal
    Cabramatta Royal 10 – 6 South Sudan
    The Kooris 20 – 12 South Sudan

    Pool D:
    Ireland 18 – 8 Africa United
    Ireland 18 – 10 Poland
    Poland 16 – 12 Africa United

    Pool E:
    Colombia 22 – 8 France Banty Roosters Blue
    Italy 32 – 0 France Banty Roosters Blue
    Italy 20 – 0 Colombia

    Pool F:
    Cabramatta Sky 22 – 12 Japanese Ronins
    Japan Ronins 10 – 6 France Banty Roosters Red
    Cabramatta Sky 16 – 0 France Banty Roosters Red

    FINALS:
    Cup Finals:
    Quarter Finals:
    Italy 4 – 0 Cabramatta Royal
    Cook Islands 16 – 14 PNG Kokomos
    Cabramatta Sky 20 – 12 USA Tomahawks
    The Kooris 14 – 12 Ireland

    Semi Finals:
    Cook Islands 20 – 16 Italy
    Cabramatta Sky d. The Kooris

    Cup Final:
    Cook Islands 22 – 6 Cabramatta Sky

    Tropy Finals:
    Quarter Finals:
    Glebe-Burwood Wolves 34 – 10 ASEAN
    Colombia 6 – 0 Africa United
    Japan Ronins 16 – 12 France Banty Roosters Red
    South Sudan 18 – 4 Poland

    Semi Finals:
    Glebe-Burwood Wolves 40 – 20 Colombia
    South Sudan 14 – 8 Japan Ronins

    Trophy Final:
    Glebe-Burwood Wolves & South Sudan declared joint winners
     

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