Over 30 Men's to be decided in Game 3

Australia has levelled up the Men’s 30’s division at one game-a-piece after a two touchdown win in game two of the series today.
 
The 11-9 win pushes the series into an all-important decider on Saturday, which if the two previous games are anything to go by will be an exciting spectacle.
 
The teams went touchdown for touchdown in the early stages of the game before Australia got out to a 6-3 lead with five minutes remaining in the half.
 
Two touchdowns to New Zealand in the final minutes of the half saw the home side come back to within one at the break, 6-5.
 
Australia was able to keep its advantage in the second half, with New Zealand unable to get to within one touchdown of Australia to set up a cracking showdown in game three which will decide the series and the fate of the Masters Trans Tasman Trophy as well.




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