Otago Boys' High School second XV caused an upset beating John McGlashan College 21-5 in the Otago premier schools competition today.
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St Kevin's College shapes as the big improver in the Otago premier schools competition.
St Kevin's backed up a strong effort on the opening weekend of the Otago premier schools competition while John McGlashan also remain unbeaten.
The margin could not have been thinner at King's High School yesterday.
It is hard not to look at the score from the Otago Boys’ High School First XV game and think the rest of the teams are playing for second.
The Otago premier schools rugby competition begins today. Sports reporter Adrian Seconi looks at how the teams are shaping up.
A shiver went through the rest of the region’s schools when news broke Otago Boys’ High School First XV was returning to the premier school competition after an absence of three years.
Ryan Martin is probably the busiest coach in Dunedin but has had to take a back seat at Kaikorai.
Sky Television is not going to televise any live first XV matches in the South this year.
Otago Boys’ High School drew 24-24 in their interschool match against Christ’s College at a drenched Littlebourne yesterday.
The Otago Boys’ High School First XV has pulled out of the inaugural world schools tournament in South Africa because of severe water shortages in Cape Town.
The Otago Boys’ High School first XV is back in the premier schools grade next year and first XV games could head to Queenstown.
A working party has been set up to look at the future structure of secondary school rugby in Otago.
King's High School rugby player James Simpson-Te Pairi has made it to a national side in two sports but knows he will eventually have to chose one.
King’s High School forward Dylan Clifton tries to power through the tackle of Grange School pupils Raimundo Martinez (left) and Nicolas Solari at Bathgate Park yesterday.
Referee Eden Brown keeps an eye on a scrum in the final of the Dunedin secondary schools grade final between Otago Girls’ High School and St Hilda’s Collegiate at Logan Park on Wednesday.
Two Otago Boys' High School First XV players have been named in a New Zealand schools training squad for a three-day camp later in the month.
Nancy Wake was stuffed in the back of the 4X4. Victoria Subritzky-Nafatali was frying onions on the barbecue and her team-mates, Selica Winiata and Kendra Cocksedge, were on sausages.
A last-gasp penalty goal by Southland Boys’ fullback Ben Pope last Saturday afternoon ended Otago Boys’ chances of a place in the 2017 Top Four 1st XV series. Southland Boys’ took the game 29-27...