New Zealand and Australia's rivalry in sports spreads across many codes and has done so for many years. This week, that Trans-Tasman rivalry was seen and felt in Tauranga as part of the annual Trans-Tasman Secondary School Squash Series. The competition is an annual event that sees New Zealand's top secondary school squash players battle it out with those from Queensland, New South Wales and a combined Australian team. While there was plenty of talent on display and some close matches between the countries, it wasn't enough to break New Zealand's eight year winning streak.

After five days of competition

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