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St Margaret's v Rangi Ruru for the title

Brooke Sullivan

The Canterbury Super Touch Champion will be found Wednesday night.

St Margaret's College and Rangi Ruru Girls School are set to compete for the Canterbury Super Touch title at Hagley Park this evening.

This is the second year St Margaret's has been in the Super Touch final and they're hoping to gain a second title.

"We're quietly confident that we can take it out this year," Principal Gillian Simpson said. 

Rangi Ruru Girls School will also be fighting for their first win since 2013.

"It's exciting two fantastic teams playing off at the final. It's going to be such an exciting game," Rangi Ruru principal Dr Hastie said.

The tournament was initially supposed to be held at the AMI stadium however because of the rain from the week they had to move it to Hagley Park.

General manager of Touch Canterbury, Jason Hemson, said the turnout was great not only for the girls but for Canterbury touch as well.