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The Galloping Greens have secured the last remaining Magners Shute Shield Finals place with a come-from-behind away victory over Northern Suburbs.
1st Grade won 28-19 Tries to Jesse Harris, Mark Baldwin, Will Rees-Hole, Andrew Kellaway > Semi-Final
2nd Grade lost 10-20 Try to Tom Bennett
3rd Grade won 33 – 19 Tries to Andrew Wing-Kee 3, Stuart Dyer, James Helliwell > Semi-Final
4th Grade lost 20 (4 tries) – 23 Tries to Matt Meoli 3, Adam Fitzpatrick
Colts 1 won 55 (9 Tries) -25 > Semi-Final
Colts 2 lost 17-29 > Semi-Final
Colts 3 lost 12-19
This weekend's Round 18 matches complete the regular season of the 2014 Magners Shute Shield.
Round 17 produced one of the most exciting rounds of the competition so far and although the results took us a step closer to confirming the final ladder, the fate of some clubs is still very much in the balance.
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Randwick kept their season alive with a last gasp victory against an in-form Gordon side 33-31.
Coming off the back of a heavy loss to the table-topping Marlins, anything less than five competition points would spell the end of the Wicks finals hopes.