CeCe from Palmerston North Girls' High School took out first place in the solo-duo category,with Josh Leamy-King from St Peter's College coming second.
The Smokefree Tangata Beats Award went to Stay In It from Palmerston North Girls' High School (first) and MBS from Waiopehu College (second).
The Rockshop Best Use of Electronic Assistance Award went to Josh Leamy-King from St Peter's College.
The top 14 bands playing at the regional final are:
Age of Steel - Horowhenua College, Waiopehu College
Palotatia - Freyberg High School
Doll Parts - Palmerston North Girls' High School
OFF TOPIC - Paraparaumu College
The Essentials - Paraparaumu College
PowerCut - Otaki College
Off-Beat - Palmerston North Boys' High School
Frantic - Palmerston North Boys' High School
Taking Back Friday - St Peter's College
bad by design - Waiopehu College
SoléTrain - Waiopehu College
Argue - Palmerston North Boys' High School
Stay In It - Palmerston North Girls' High School
Cosmo - Waiopehu College
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