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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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WelTec 1stXV 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
     

 

Noticeboard
5 November: Rugby player numbers up

Rugby player numbers in New Zealand remained strong in 2017, due largely to growing numbers of females of all ages signing up. In 2017, almost one in six registered players were female, with more than 24,000 girls and women lacing up their boots, an increase of 11 percent on 2016.

Rugby by the numbers in 2017

  • 156,067 registered players, an increase from 155,934 in 2016.
  • 86,237 Small Blacks (5-12 years), an increase from 85,341 in 2016.
  • 41,381 Teenagers (13-20 years), a decrease from 42,275 in 2016.
  • 28,449 players aged 21 and over, an increase from 28,318 in 2016.
  • 24,295 registered females, an increase from 21,937 in 2016.
  • 12,366 registered coaches, a decrease from 12,816 in 2016.
  • 1,750 registered referees, a decrease from 1,858 in 2016.
24 September: NZ Schools squads announced

The New Zealand Schools’ and New Zealand Schools’ Barbarians teams have today been selected for their upcoming campaigns.

Players have spent the past three days in a development camp at Massey University’s Sport & Rugby Institute in Palmerston North.

See the teamshere

11 September: Hastings BHS, St Mary's, St Peter's win schools finals

Hastings Boys’ High School have won the National Top Four for the first time after defeating Hamilton Boys’ High School 25-17 in a gripping final which featured six lead changes. St Mary’s College beat Hamilton Girls’ High School 29-12 to win the Girls final, while St Peter’s School beat Feilding High School 31-3 to win the Co-ed Cup final.Read more here

4 September: National Top Four rugby finals results and scoring

The NZ Barbarians National 1st XV Championships are being held at the Sport and Rugby Institute in Palmerston North this coming Friday and Sunday. The ‘Top Four’ tournament has been staged every year since 1982. See the link below for a compilation of results and scoring from each of the finals 1982-2016. This year’s semi-finalists are Saint Kentigern College, Hamilton Boys’ High School, Hastings Boys’ High School and Southland Boys’ High School.Read more here

23 August: CBHS in final after comeback win

Christchurch Boys’ High School will look to defend their UC Championship title against Timaru Boys’ High School on Saturday. They are in the final after a tough, come-from-behind battle against Nelson College, which required the depth off the bench to get them home 40-34 after trailing 29-12 at halftime. The last time CBHS met Timaru was in round three, with CBHS winning 22-17.Read more here

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