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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 9, 2017
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  Aorere College Emblem   De La Salle College Emblem  
(17) Aorere College V De La Salle College (5)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 29 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Aorere College College No.1
     

 

  Auckland Grammar School Emblem   St Kentigern College Emblem  
(17) Auckland Grammar School V St Kentigern College (28)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 29 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Auckland Grammar Sch No 1
     

 

  King   Dilworth School Emblem  
(50) King's College V Dilworth School (0)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 29 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Kings College No 1
     

 

  Mount Albert Grammar School Emblem   Kelston Boys  
(15) Mount Albert Grammar School V Kelston Boys' High School (0)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 29 July 2017, 2:30 PM
B G Williams Field
     

 

  Tamaki College Emblem   Liston College Emblem  
(5) Tamaki College V Liston College (24)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 29 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Tamaki College No.1
     

 

  Sacred Heart College Emblem   St Peter  
(18) Sacred Heart College V St Peter's College (14)
(0 h/t)   (h/t 0)
Saturday, 29 July 2017, 2:30 PM
Sacred Heart College
     

 

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2 December: Hamilton and Howick do the Condors double

Hamilton Boys' High School (boys) and Howick College (girls) both did the 'double' in winning the 2018 Condor 7s U15s and Senior tournaments. After each of the schools won the U15 title on Friday, they won the Senior finals on Sunday. Hamilton BHS defeated Rotorua Boys' High School 22-7 to win their fourth consecutive title and Howick beat Hamilton Girls' High School 24-12. 

30 October: Baby Blacks hopefuls named

A group of Wellington players are among the country’s leading players invited to attend the New Zealand Under 20 development camp in Palmerston North in December. Players selected to attend the camp from 3-8 December are listed below. Players will reassemble in March before a squad of up to 32 players will be selected to play in the Oceania Championship in Australia in April. The final squad for the World Rugby U20 Championship, to be played in Argentina, will be named in May. Wellington players selected are: Naitoa Ah Kuoi (Marist St Pat’s), Iona Apineru (St Pat’s Silverstream), Callum Harkin (Wellington), Shamus Langton, Tane Te Aho, Taine Plumtree (Old Boys University), Pasi Uluilakepa (Petone), Reuben Va’a (Ories). Also: Connor Garden-Bachop (Canterbury), Jack Gray (Auckland), Billy Proctor (MSP – Super Rugby committements).


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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 

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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 

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