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    Last 12 Meetings

    19 SEP 2020

    R1 - R6 SOFT

    23 AUG 2020

    R1 - R6 GOOD

    16 AUG 2020

    R1 - R3 SAND

    16 AUG 2020


    09 AUG 2020

    R1 - R3 STANDARD

    09 AUG 2020

    R1 - R2 GOOD

    07 AUG 2020

    R1 - R4 SOFT

    07 AUG 2020

    R1 - R2 STANDARD

    02 AUG 2020

    R1 - R4 HEAVY

    02 AUG 2020

    R1 - R2 SOFT

    26 JUL 2020

    R1 - R6 GOOD

    24 JUL 2020

    R1 - R6 SAND


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