Primary Schools One-Day Tournaments
Results 2009

The Primary Schools
One-Day Tournaments
are generously sponsored by

Accor Asia Pacific.



Several members of the Accor group have combined with Accor's corporate office in providing sponsorship:

Sofitel Luxury Hotels,
Grand Mercure,
All Seasons,
Ibis, and
Hotel Formule 1



The results of the 2009 tournaments will be added here after the tournaments have been played.

The tournaments are listed below in reverse chronological order (the most recent at the top).

Click on a tournament to see its results.


Metropolitan/State Finals (Lidcombe)

Country Districts Finals (Glebe)

Eastern Suburbs (Kingsford)

Lower North Shore (Willoughby)

Manly-Warringah (Forestville)

Central Coast North (Wyong)

Northern Beaches (Mona Vale)

Inner-Western Suburbs 2 (Auburn-Lidcombe)

Central Coast South (Gosford)

Macarthur District (Campbelltown)

Coffs Harbour District (Sawtell)

Sutherland District (Jannali)

Inner-Western Suburbs 1 (Croydon Park)

Upper North Shore (St Ives)

St George District (Kogarah)

South-Western Suburbs (Fairfield)

Hastings (Laurieton)

Cumberland (Seven Hills)

Illawarra Northern (Wollongong)

Blue Mountains (Wentworth Falls)

Western District (Dubbo)

Hills District (North Rocks)

Hawkesbury District (Bligh Park)

Nepean District (Emu Plains)

Illawarra Southern (Albion Park)

Blacktown District (Hassall Grove)

New England District (Armidale)

North-West District 2 (Gunnedah)

North-West District 1 (Tamworth)

Upper Hunter District (Singleton)

Lower Hunter District (Broadmeadow)

Murray Region (Albury)

Riverina Region (Wagga Wagga)

Southern Highlands (Moss Vale)

Central West District (Bathurst)




Explanation:  The results of most (but not all) of the tournaments are shown in two parts: Standings and Cross Table.

  • Standings: the three columns (where present) headed "Buch.", "Progr." and "M-Buch." are tie-break scores. "Buch." (Buchholz) is the sum of the opponents' scores; "Progr." (Progress) is sum of the team's progress scores after each round; "M-Buch." (Median Buchholz) is the sum of the opponents' scores leaving out the highest and lowest scoring opponents. Tie-breaks are used only to determine second and third places (for trophies), and also for first place if a play-off cannot be arranged.

  • Cross Table: the details shown for each round are the opposing team number followed by the score against that team.