Otago Boys' High School first XV winger Max Brown, son of former All Black prop Olo, is tackled by Timaru Boys' High School players Monty Nixon (left) and Finn Joyce at the annual interschool...
Dunstan High School First XV coach Garry Marsh said the decision to default its final round-robin game was not made lightly.
King's High School tipped up the defending champion but it took a late penalty to seal a 25-22 win against John McGlashan College.
Two South Otago High School pupils have been stood down for two weeks following a hearing in Dunedin on Wednesday night.
The top two teams in the Otago premier schools competition ran up big wins.
John McGlashan College and King's High School remain unbeaten in the Otago premier schools competition.
The Otago premier schools competition format has been rejigged to squeeze in the games which were postponed last weekend.
Four of the five Otago premier school competition games were postponed due to poor weather, but two teams battled it out.
King's High School player Lewis Wall gets to the ball before Otago Boys' High School player George Gray (left) during an interschool football game at Roberts Park yesterday.
The scoreboard shows clear wins and losses between the Otago premier school teams, both on the field and by default.
A love of the game has led John Keenan to pick up the whistle and he is encouraging others like him to do the same.
Waitaki Boys' High School hooker Siketi Tevao showed great pace to score an 80m intercept try in the First XV rugby interschool against King's High School at Milner Park in Oamaru.
King's High School had its second big win in a row in the Otago premier schools competition.
King's High School, Otago Boys' and John MCGlashan all dished out beatings as Otago Premier Schools rugby kicked off.
Junior rugby coach Gemma Tuhega has been suspended from coaching her team for two months after admitting she verbally abused a 16-year-old referee.
John McGlashan College will start the season with another trophy to defend.
Otago Boys' High School has progressed to the semifinals of the national Under 15 secondary schools rugby tournament at Massey High School.
All the regional finals are done and dusted and the big question heading into this weekend's national Top 4 tournament in Palmerston North is: who can stop Hastings BHS?
Otago Boys' High School was beaten by Mount Albert Grammar this morning in their opening match in Pool B of the National U15 Rugby Tournament.
Tears of joy and hugs abounded at the Balclutha Showgrounds on Saturday as Burnside High School beat South Otago High School 20-14 to win the South Island Co-educational First XV title.