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  P W L D F A B Pts
Silverstream 4 4 0 0 224 29 4 20
Scots 4 4 0 0 167 55 4 20
St. Pat's Town 4 3 1 0 140 62 3 15
Well Coll 4 2 2 0 79 101 4 12
Wai Coll 4 2 2 0 119 105 3 11
Kapiti College 4 2 2 0 66 147 1 9
HIBS 4 1 3 0 80 89 2 6
Rongotai 4 1 3 0 47 157 2 6
St. Bernard's 4 1 3 0 70 118 1 5
Porirua College 4 0 4 0 25 154 0 0
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Wellington Premiership
Round 4, 2018
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  St. Pat   Rongotai College Emblem  
(65) St. Pat's Silverstream V Rongotai College (0)
(45 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Wednesday, 13 June 2018, 1:00 PM
St. Pat's Silverstream
Referee: John Lacey
     

 

  St. Bernard   Wellington College Emblem  
(17) St. Bernard's College V Wellington College (29)
 
Saturday, 16 June 2018, 2:30 PM
St Bernard's
Referee: Steve Newson
     

 

  Wairarapa College Emblem   Kapiti College Emblem  
(60) Wairarapa College V Kapiti College (17)
 
Saturday, 16 June 2018, 2:30 PM
Wairarapa College No.1
Referee:
     

 

  Scots College Emblem   St. Pat  
(36) Scots College V St. Pat's Town (15)
 
Saturday, 16 June 2018, 2:30 PM
Scots College
Referee: Jordan Price
     

 

  Hutt International Boys   Porirua College Emblem  
(36) Hutt International Boys' School V Porirua College (5)
 
Saturday, 16 June 2018, 2:30 PM
HIBS
Referee: Richard Gordon
     

 

Noticeboard
18 June: New Zealand mown down in U20s

The U20s were mown down in the second half by the Junior Springboks on Monday morning in their U20 World Championship 3rd v 4th fixture. After leading 25-12, South Africa came back to win 40-30. France won the final. Read more here 

8 June: U20s into semi-finals

New Zealand beat Australia 27-18 to confirm semi-final spot, when they will play tournament hosts France. Vilimoni Koroi is the most accomplished international in the New Zealand Under-20’s having been a regular member of the All Blacks Sevens for the past two years. The fullback was conspicuously quiet for most of the match against Australia, but showed his excellence when it most counted. In the 62nd minute New Zealand was clinging grimly to a 20-18 lead. Koroi broke the defence from a quick lineout at halfway, setting up a try for wing Jamie Spowart. It was sudden, surprising and stunning bust by Koroi which won New Zealand a tough and scrappy affair. Read more here

7 June: Hamilton BHS open with a win

Hamilton Boys' High School opened their Super 8 First XV campaign with a bonus point 26-7 win over New Plymouth Boys' High School at the Gully on Thursday afternoon. 

24 May: Rugby plates now available

Represent your team while you’re on the road with Official All Blacks and Investec Super Rugby Plate designs from KiwiPlates. Available in two sizes, regular and slim, there’s a design to suit every car. 

You can create a new Personalised Plate or add your team's design to your current number plate from only $179. There are millions of combinations available and prices to suit every budget (layby available). Personalised Plates are easy to order and once you own the combination it is yours to display for life. 

Go to KiwiPlates.co.nz for more info and a chance to win a $500 Rebel Sports Voucher. “

19 May: Otago Results 19 May

Mount Aspiring: 65 v King's (2): 0

Dunstan: 30 v St Kevin's: 27

Waitaki: 31 v South Otago: 15

Otago BHS (2): 21 v John McGlashan: 5

Kavanagh College: 32 v Taieri College: 24

Otago BHS (1): 20 v King's HS: 9

 

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