Click here to find out more about advertising with CollegeRugby
CollegeRugby Home College Rugby
Matches This Round
Change Competition

BLK Sport
Points Table
  P W L D F A B Pts
St Kents 6 5 1 0 236 39 5 25
Auckland Grammar 7 5 2 0 158 101 4 24
St Peters 7 6 1 0 102 53 0 24
De La Salle College 7 5 1 1 138 95 2 24
Sacred Heart 7 5 2 0 164 61 3 23
King's College 7 4 3 0 204 65 6 22
Dilworth School 7 4 3 0 115 122 1 17
Kelston Boys' High School 7 2 4 1 114 151 1 11
MAGS 6 2 4 0 87 94 2 10
Aorere 7 2 5 0 88 135 1 9
Liston College 7 0 7 0 53 337 1 1
Tamaki College 7 0 7 0 41 247 0 0
Top Point Scorers
No results available
Top Try Scorers
No results available
Your ad here?
Auckland Premier 1A
Round 8, 2017
Brought to you by
  Auckland Grammar School Emblem   Tamaki College Emblem  
Auckland Grammar School V Tamaki College
Saturday, 1 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Auckland Grammar Sch No 1


  Dilworth School Emblem   St Peter  
Dilworth School V St Peter's College
Saturday, 1 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Dilworth School No.1


  Mount Albert Grammar School Emblem   King  
Mount Albert Grammar School V King's College
Saturday, 1 July 2017, 2:30 PM
B G Williams Field


  Liston College Emblem   Kelston Boys  
Liston College V Kelston Boys' High School
Saturday, 1 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Liston College No.1


  Sacred Heart College Emblem   Aorere College Emblem  
Sacred Heart College V Aorere College
Saturday, 1 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Sacred Heart College


  St Kentigern College Emblem   De La Salle College Emblem  
St Kentigern College V De La Salle College
Saturday, 1 July 2017, 2:30 PM
St Kentigern No 1


28 June: Rodney College centre scores selection with U18 Maori rugby side

Kingi Herewini is a name rugby fans would do well to remember. At 16, the Rodney College student is punching well above his age on the rugby field. Perhaps that's why, to his friends, he's known as King. One of only two players selected from Northland, Kingi will join the ranks of 27 other players selected from the entire Blues and Chiefs franchise areas.  This includes North Harbour, Auckland, Counties, Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Thames Valley and King Country. "It's pretty much all I do really - school and rugby," Kingi said. Read more here

26 June: Rotorua Boys' High suffer heavy defeat in Super 8

A strong second half has seen Hamilton Boys' High School beat Rotorua Boys' High School 34-7 in the Super 8 first XV competition on Saturday. It was the first time Hamilton have beaten the Rotorua side since 2015. Going into the game Rotorua were third on the Super 8 ladder with two wins out of two, behind Hamilton and Hastings on points difference. Read more here

23 June: Waimea Combined Schools provides new pathway for wing Jan Lammers

The amalgamation of Waimea Combined has enabled Motueka High School students like winger Jan Lammers to play in the UC Championship without moving schools. Read his profile here

23 June: Win for Palmerston North BHS

After two weeks of being on the end of hefty hidings, there was an air of relief as the Palmerston North Boys' High School 1st XV beat New Plymouth Boys' High School 19-12 in Palmerston North on Thursday. It was not a perfect display of rugby, but it was a much more positive showing for Palmerston North. While Hamilton and Hastings fielded much larger sides which were heavily recruited, Palmerston North found a much fairer contest against New Plymouth. Read more here

20 June: CBHS keep top spot with win over St Andrew's

Christchurch Boys’ High School dug deep to stay top of the table with a two-point victory over close rival St Andrew’s College on Saturday. A blazing run from replacement fullback Rico Syme, who debuted off the bench with 20min to go, drew the match 23-23 with a 68th minute try. Alex Harford then kicked the conversion to snatch a 25-23 victory at the death, helping CBHS to retain their top spot on the UC Championship table. Read more here

© 2005-2015 Club Rugby (Celebrating 10 Years!) | About | Contact | Coach Login