|Timaru Boys' High School||11||10||1||0||363||153||7||47|
|St Andrew's College||12||8||4||0||425||218||11||43|
|Shirley Boys' High School||12||5||7||0||268||331||5||25|
|Rangiora High School||12||4||8||0||191||397||5||21|
|Mid Canterbury Combined||12||1||11||0||155||674||4||8|
|(71)||Christchurch Boys' High School||V||Waimea Combined||(8)|
|Saturday, 8 May 2021, 11:00 AM|
|(0)||Mid Canterbury Combined||V||Marlborough BC||(31)|
|Saturday, 8 May 2021, 12:00 PM|
|(0)||Rangiora High School||V||Timaru Boys' High School||(35)|
|Saturday, 8 May 2021, 1:00 PM|
|Rangiora HS No.1|
|(38)||St Bede's College||V||Shirley Boys' High School||(8)|
|Saturday, 8 May 2021, 2:45 PM|
|St Bede's College|
Welcome to the 2021 First XV season.
After a Covid-19 interupted year in 2020, it is hoped that we will get a full season in of rugby throughout the country.
Use the 'Select Compeitions' menu bar on the left of this screen to navigate through the competitions we wil be running in 2021: Auckland 1A, Crusaders, Super 8, North Harbour and Wellington.
Draws will be inputted over the next few weeks.
For more information or to get in touch please email us at email@example.com
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.
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.
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?
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.