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  P W L D F A B Pts
Scots 7 7 0 0 320 62 6 34
Silverstream 7 6 1 0 211 98 5 29
St. Pat's Town 7 4 3 0 295 118 6 22
Rongotai 7 4 3 0 190 160 5 21
Well Coll 7 3 4 0 215 151 5 17
Wai Coll 7 2 5 0 100 205 2 10
Tawa College 7 2 5 0 72 258 1 9
HIBS 7 0 7 0 19 370 0 0
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Wellington Premiership
Round 1, 2015
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  Wellington College Emblem   Hutt International Boys  
(64) Wellington College V Hutt International Boys' School (0)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Monday, 18 May 2015, 12:00 PM
Basin Reserve
Referee: Scott MacLean
     

 

  Wairarapa College Emblem   Rongotai College Emblem  
(17) Wairarapa College V Rongotai College (26)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 23 May 2015, 12:45 PM
Kilbirnie Park
Referee: Patrick Kwok Tsz Kin
     

 

  St. Pat   Tawa College Emblem  
(41) St. Pat's Silverstream V Tawa College (15)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Williment Cup
Saturday, 23 May 2015, 12:45 PM
Maidstone Park
Referee: Danial Bremner
     

 

  Scots College Emblem   St. Pat  
(37) Scots College V St. Pat's Town (32)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Moascar Cup
Saturday, 23 May 2015, 2:15 PM
Scots College
Referee: Nick Hogan
     

 

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31 August: Men's and Women's NPC Draws & Results

For all Men's and Women's NPC teamlists, Draws & Results and Heartland Championship compeitions Draws & results visis www.clubrugby.co.nz/national 

Or click here 

22 August: College rugby ramping up next fortnight

It’s a little over a fortnight until the New Zealand Barbarians National 1st XV Championships (Top 4) take place in Palmerston North. This weekend is a pivotal one in the race for those places, and we take a look at what’s left in each region. Read more here 

20 August: NZASA Seminar – Community Sports Events ..

The NZ Amateur Sports Association extends a cordial invitation to all interested in attending the first of its regional seminars, focusing on the role of amateur sport in the community.

On Wednesday, 26 September, an expert panel comprising Dr. Rachel Batty (from Massey University), Will Caccia-Birch (from Wellington Rugby) and Matt Reid (from the Hutt City Council) will consider the following questions.

- What does it take to create a successful community sports event?

- What are the challenges and pitfalls, and how can they be avoided or resolved?

- How can a community sports event’s success be measured?

Read more here 

16 August: St Mary's College win three-peat

St Mary's College beat Porirua College 44-15 to win the Wellington Schoolgirls title for the third consecutive year. 

Video highlights of the final here 

10 August: Surge in rugby female players

The future of New Zealand rugby appears to be female as surging registrations from women partially offsets the decline in the number of male players. The Deloitte Sports Review: State of the Unions report released on Friday highlighted a collective decline in male player registrations for Mitre 10 Cup [NPC] unions (0.1 per cent from 2016 to 2017) - driven by an 8.9 per cent drop in senior grades (21 year older and over) as they decreased by more than 2,000 registrations. Since 2010, male senior grades have decreased in size by 11 per cent. However, the women's game is moving quickly in the opposite direction, with a staggering increase of 63.8 per cent in senior grade registrations since 2010. Read more here

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