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U20s Australia vs Samoa rugby clash on campus

Rugby fans are invited to head down and barrack for their team on Wednesday, April 30 as Bond hosts the U20s international clash between Australia and Samoa. The match is the first of two between the sides and follows an intensive ARU training camp on campus over the last week.

Final selections for the Australian national squad to travel to Auckland for the IRB Junior World Championships in June will be made following the camp.

The match will kick off at 3pm, Wednesday April 30, at the Bond University sports fields.

All students, staff and guests are welcome to attend.

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