Scores of family members, rugby fans and supporters were at the sidelines today at the Otago Metro secondary school girls 1st XV rugby final at Logan Park.
Southland Boys’ High School made a clear statement on Saturday on their way to booking a spot in the Highlanders regional school rugby final against Otago Boys’ High School.
The Otago Premier Schools tournament concluded with a tense final watched by a large crowd - by that measure, the competition was a big success.
Call it a lucky escape for Otago Boys’ High School. Call it character-building for John McGlashan College. Call it whatever you like but we nearly had another shared title.
The Otago premier schools final was such a good game and we might get to see a rerun in a couple of weeks — here is how.
Paul Dwyer speaks to Otago Boys' and John McGlashan College captains following the final of the Otago premier schools tournament this afternoon.
Otago Boys' halfback James Arscott scored deep in injury time to help clinch a dramatic 24-17 win against John McGlashan College in the final of the Otago premier schools tournament this afternoon.
Otago Boys' High School First XV has been freed from playing ''a test match'' each week in the colts grade and is enjoying its return to Otago premier schools tournament.
Otago Boys' High School first five-eighth Tevita Asi breaks through the Waitaki Boys' High School defence during the schools' first XV interschool clash at Milner Park in Oamaru yesterday.
School has been out for the past two weeks but training has continued for top school players, as the Otago premier school competition resumed on Saturday.
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.