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Congratulations to the Pakenham Squishees (pictured above) for taking out the Open grade in an intense final against Wellington Yellow. A three all deadlock at the end of the third period took the game into golden goal extra time and Pakenham secured the win.

Open Grade Results
1. Pakenham, 2. Wgtn Yellow, 3. Christchurch, 4. Auckland, 5. Wgtn White, 6. Manawatu, 7. Wgtn Black, 8. Tron Tribe, 9. Wgtn Orange, 10. Wgtn Blue

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This year there were three teams in the U15 grade. They played each other twice, before the top two faced off in the final where the Soapy Super Sloths (pictured above) had a convincing 5:0 win over the Chinchillas. Congratulations to Soapy Super Sloth's Josh Campbell who was the U15 MVP and U15 Top Scorer for the tournament!

Under 15 Grade Results
1. Soapy Super Sloths, 2. Chinchillas, 3. Upper Hutt Misfits

160930 wfoU13The U13 grade had six teams competing, with a mix of experienced and relatively new players amongst them. The White Whale Whoppers (pictured above) won the grade in an exciting final against the Wellington Lions. Nicholas Sokin from the Auckland Floorball Academy was named U13 Top Scorer with an amazing 32 goals and 4 assists, which also made him the overall Top Scorer for the tournament!

Under 13 Grade Results
1. White Whale Whoppers, 2. Wellington Lions, 3. Auckland Floorball Academy, 4. Tasmanian Devils, 5. Blue Brain Whales, 6. Red Pandas

For full results and more information on the Wellington Open check out the Wellington Floorball Club website or check out more photos from the event here