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|Timaru Boys' High School||14||9||5||0||320||259||6||42|
|Waimea Combined (2016-)||14||8||6||0||345||298||8||40|
|Burnside High School||14||8||6||0||249||254||6||38|
|St Andrew's College||14||7||6||1||344||299||6||36|
|Rangiora High School||14||4||10||0||236||445||7||23|
|Lincoln High School||14||1||12||1||131||550||1||7|
Players from 25 secondary schools have been selected for a three-day development camp at AUT Millennium in Auckland on 24 September. Following this camp selectors will name the 2016 New Zealand Schools and New Zealand Schools Barbarians sides to play Australia and Fiji Schools next month. Read more heret month.
Auckland's Mount Albert Grammar School won the 2016 Top 4 championship with a 14-13 win over Hastings Boys' High School today at the National Championships finals. Read the match report of the final here
MAGS and Hastings' BHS will meet in the Boys Top 4 Final on Sunday at Massey University, while Aorere College and Feilding HS will contest the Co-ed Cup final at the same venue. At Arena Manawatu, St Mary's College and Southland GHS will vie for Girls honours. Read more here
Girls: 10.00am 3 v 4 and 12.00pm Final 1 v 2
Co-ed: 11.30am 3 v 4 and 1.10pm Final 1 v 2
Boys: 1.10pm 3 v 4 and 2.55pm Final 1 v 2
At least one Southland school will be flying the flag for the South Island schools at the National Top Four rugby tournament at Palmerston North from 2-4 September. Southland Girls’ High School comfortably defeated Motueka High School on Saturday to claim the South Island berth for the Top Four Girls tournament. They could also be joined by Southland Boys’ High School, who play Crusaders region champion Christchurch Boys’ High School this Saturday. Southland Girls claimed their fifth consecutive South Island title with a convincing 57-18 win over Tasman’s Motueka High School in neutral Oamaru. Read more here
Southland Girls claimed their fifth consecutive South Island title with a convincing 57-18 win over Tasman’s Motueka High School in neutral Oamaru.
Mount Albert Grammar School, Christchurch Boys’ High School and St Paul’s Collegiate won the three remaining major First XV competition finals today. MAGS beat Sacred Heart College 15-13 to win the Auckland 1A competition, Christchurch BHS edged Shirley BHS 21-20 to annex the Crusaders region UC Championship and St Paul’s defeated St Peter’s 30-16 in the final of the Central North Island competition. Read more here