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22 Sep 2019 7:16
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    Police and Auckland Rugby are investigating an incident during a high school match where a referee was reportedly injured

    Police and Auckland Rugby are investigating an incident during a high school match where a referee was reportedly injured


    It took place on the grounds of Tangaroa College - the south Auckland school played Auckland Grammar in a second grade 2B semifinal.

    Auckland Rugby says they're aware of an alleged incident at the end of the match.

    They say they're waiting on a report from the match official, and they'll investigate in due course.

    St John says they were called to the scene but were not required.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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