King's High School first XV held on to beat John McGlashan College 17-14 in a tense Otago Premier Schools fixture on Saturday.
King's High School first XV has gone to the top of the Otago Premier Schools standings with a tense 17-14 win against John McGlashan College this afternoon.
St Kevin’s College made it two from two in interschool rugby when it beat Waitaki Boys 19-12 in a thriller at Whitestone Contracting Stadium in Oamaru yesterday.
The Otago Boys’ High School First XV underlined its tag as tournament favourite with a clinical first half to beat John McGlashan College on Saturday.
In the battle of the heavyweights Otago Boys' High School first XV emerged victorious with a 25-10 win against John McGlashan College in the top six of the Otago Premier Schools tournament.
New Zealand Rugby is reviewing the running of the sport at secondary school level across the country but it is unlikely to lead to clubs taking over.
New Zealand Rugby is conducting a review of its secondary school operations and is seeking submissions from the rugby community.
There will be some raised eyebrows in Oamaru after the last round of the Otago Premier Schools competition.
Otago Boys' High School first XV made an impressive start to the top six of the premier school competition with a 53-0 win against Mt Aspiring College in Wanaka.
Girls' rugby continues to grow, as evidenced by the secondary schools sevens tournament which finished last week.
Dunstan High School lost yet won, while St Kevin’s College won but came up just short in the final day of pool play in the Otago Premier Schools competition on Saturday.
King's High School first XV and Dunstan High School cemented their places in the top six after the end of pool play in the Otago premier schools competition today.
Waitaki Boys' dealt Mt Aspiring College its first defeat in the premier school rugby tournament this season.
Dunstan High School won a seesawing battle over Otago Boys High School second XV at Alexandra on Saturday and with it kept control of its destiny.