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  P W L D F A B Pts
St Kents 12 10 2 0 395 124 8 44
Sacred Heart 12 10 2 0 345 90 6 42
Auckland Grammar 12 8 4 0 327 158 7 39
St Peters 12 9 3 0 207 110 3 39
King's College 11 6 5 0 327 120 10 34
MAGS 11 6 4 1 211 135 3 29
De La Salle College 11 5 4 2 161 175 2 26
Kelston Boys' High School 11 4 6 1 169 223 2 20
Dilworth School 11 4 7 0 142 258 2 18
Aorere 11 3 8 0 119 253 1 13
Liston College 11 1 10 0 99 442 2 6
Tamaki College 11 0 11 0 51 465 0 0
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Auckland Premier 1A
Round 1, 2017
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  Aorere College Emblem   Tamaki College Emblem  
(21) Aorere College V Tamaki College (8)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 6 May 2017, 2:30 PM
Aorere College College No.1
     

 

  Kelston Boys   St Peter  
(3) Kelston Boys' High School V St Peter's College (13)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 6 May 2017, 2:30 PM
Kelston Boys' High No 1
     

 

  King   De La Salle College Emblem  
(34) King's College V De La Salle College (12)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 6 May 2017, 2:30 PM
Kings College No 1
     

 

  Liston College Emblem   Dilworth School Emblem  
(13) Liston College V Dilworth School (27)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 6 May 2017, 2:30 PM
Liston College No.1
     

 

  Sacred Heart College Emblem   Auckland Grammar School Emblem  
(16) Sacred Heart College V Auckland Grammar School (11)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 6 May 2017, 2:30 PM
Sacred Heart College
     

 

  St Kentigern College Emblem   Mount Albert Grammar School Emblem  
(17) St Kentigern College V Mount Albert Grammar School (22)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 6 May 2017, 2:30 PM
St Kentigern No 1
     

 

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26 September: StAc win Crusaders Championship

St Andrew's College reeled in a large deficit to beat rivals Christchurch Boys' High School 36-25 and claim the 2020 Crusaders First XV Championship in the final on Saturday.

13 September: Otago BHS win championship

Otago Boys' High School beat King's High School 33-19 to win the final of the Otago Secondary Schools competition on Saturday. John McGlashan beat St Kevin's 18-12 in the middle final and Wakatipu High School beat South Otago High School 29-26 in the bottom 4 final.

9 September: Super 8 last round rescheduled

The last round of the Super 8 competition on Saturday 12 September is the re-schuduled fourth round from 15 August that was posponed. Who will join already confirmed top qualifier Hamilton Boys' High School in the final? 

6 September: Neck and neck at top of Crusaders competition

Christchchrch Boys' high School and St Andrew's College are tied at the top of the Crusaders region First XV Championship on 50 points with one round to play before the playoffs. On Saturday, CBHS beat Rangiora HS (fifth 40 points) 20-12 and StAC overcame Christ's College (third equal on 41 points) 32-31 in a pair of blockbuster games. 

23 August: Rotorua wins Moascar Cup

The Moascar Cup (the Ranfurly Shield of secondary schools’ rugby) changed hands on Saturday with Rotorua Boys’ High School defeating Napier Boys’ High School 25-22 in the Super 8 competition. It is the first time since 2004 Rotorua has held the Moascar Cup. Rotorua was ahead 25-3 before withstanding a furious comeback. Rotorua first won the Moascar Cup in 2003 when they beat Napier 31-11 in the National Top Four Final.

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