|Timaru Boys' High School||11||9||2||0||437||123||9||45|
|St Andrew's College||10||7||3||0||377||177||9||37|
|Rangiora High School||11||7||4||0||216||191||3||31|
|Shirley Boys' High School||10||4||6||0||231||255||5||21|
|Lincoln High School||10||4||6||0||177||257||4||20|
|Burnside High School||11||0||11||0||101||490||0||0|
|Timaru Boys' High School||V||Lincoln High School|
|Saturday, 22 July 2017, 1:00 PM|
|Timaru Boys' High School|
The Hurricanes U18s have beaten the Crusaders U18s 25-10.In a curtain raiser to the senior contest at Westpac Stadium, the Hurricanes reversed a 10-8 deficit at halftime to win the fixture for the third year running. It was a match which failed to soar to great heights with heavy dew making handling difficult and ambitious players trying too hard to make a favourable impression.
Hamilton Boys' High School showed why they are such a dominant force in Super 8 First XV rugby with a controlled 29-8 victory over Tauranga Boys' College on Saturday. The match for the famed Don Clarke Boot attracted the biggest crowd of the season and Sky TV's cameras to Nicholson Field. The scene was set with two outstanding haka and an opening play that ran nearly two minutes, ominously for the home team with Hamilton in possession. Read more here
Waitaki Boys’ High School held St Kevin’s College scoreless in their annual interschool first XV clash for the first time in 22 years in Oamaru. Waitaki retained the Leo O’Malley Memorial Trophy, affectionately known as the "peanut", in the 29-0, four tries-to-none win. St Kevin’s last failed to score a point in the interschool match in 1995, when it went down 3-0. Read more here
Wellington College opened their 2017 Quadrangular competition with a 5-24 loss to hosts Nelson College on Monday on a very muddy field. With the Moascar Cup also on the line, Nelson will now refocus their attention on defending champions Christ's College in Wednesday's final after Christ's held on for a tight 13-7 win over Wanganui Collegiate in the early fixture. Wellington College will face Wanganui in the playoff for third and fourth. Day one scores: Nelson College 24 (Ben Hazlett, Brad Pool, Leicester Faingaanuku tries, Faingaanuku 3 con, pen) Wellington College 5 (Josh Ranui try) HT: 17-0. Christ's College 13 (Lachie Gunson, Harry Black tries, Ben Dickie pen) Wanganui Collegiate 7 (Finau Nimatasau try, Desmond Tyrell con) HT: 10-0.
Defending champions Hastings Boys' High School recorded their fourth consecutive win in the Super 8 competition with a 53-0 drubbing of Rotorua Boys' High School in Hastings. The hosts ran in nine tries as they posted their 13th consecutive win for the season. While Hastings again produced some impressive ball handling and support play in difficult weather conditions. Scorers: Hastings Boys' High School 53 (Kini Naholo 2, Folau Fakatava 2, Jeriah Mua, Lincoln McClutchie, Danny Toala, Trent Hape, Devan Flanders tries; Danny Toala 3, Jordan Thompson-Dunn cons), Rotorua Boys' High School 0. HT: 27-0. Read more here