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  • Cameron Road, Tauranga

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Last 12 Meetings

14 JAN 2022

R1 - R8 DEAD

Out 2m.887
02 JAN 2022

R2 - R7 GOOD

10 DEC 2021

R1 - R10 GOOD

Out 4m.10121
24 NOV 2021

R1 - R10 DEAD

Out 10m | 7.5mm Rain Overnight.10107
13 NOV 2021

R1 - R2 SLOW



True | 1mm Rain Overnight.874
30 OCT 2021


Out 8m From 1000m To 400m, Remainder Out 6m | 35mm Rain Overnight | No Rain.861
20 OCT 2021

R1 - R7 SLOW

Out 6m | Dew This Morning.775
26 SEP 2021


Out 3m.969
26 JUN 2021


21 APR 2021


Out 7.5m | 38mm Rain Overnight.857
05 APR 2021

R1 - R8 DEAD

Out 2.5m.887
27 MAR 2021

R1 - R7 DEAD

Out 0.5m.768

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