Close round of matches in Otago schools competition

OBHS No 8 Taylor Dale gets past Southland Boys' High School winger Sam Hartman at Bishopcourt...
OBHS No 8 Taylor Dale gets past Southland Boys' High School winger Sam Hartman at Bishopcourt today. Photos: Peter McIntosh
King's High School won a close one over John McGlashan College in the Otago premier schools competition today.

Kings celebrate their hard fought win at John McGlashan College today.
Kings celebrate their hard fought win at John McGlashan College today.
King's beat McGlashan 17-11 and with it knocked out McGlashan from making the top four final.

Otago Boys' beat Southland Boys' 28-10 to qualify for the final.

In the middle four, Dunstan HS beat Otago Boys' High School second XV 19-17 while Mount Aspiring College beat Waitaki Boys' High School 41-19.

In the bottom four, the combined co-ed schools team had its second win of the season, defeating St Kevin's College 16-10.

Wakatipu beat South Otago HS 22-12 to be top of the bottom four.

The final round is next Saturday with finals to be played on August 17.

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