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26 May  New College Rugby website online
26 May: New College Rugby website online

The first stage of College Rugby is now online at www.collegerugby.co.nz or by goinghere
For now, this is a Draws & Results website, covering the Wellington WelTec First XV Premiership competition, as well as the Auckland, Super 8, Central North Island and Mainland First XV competitions.

25 May: New Photo galleries online

New galleries can be viewed in the photo menu above of the following games:

  • Premier: Hutt Old Boys Marist (28) v Tawa (22) Two galleries
  • Premier: Oriental-Rongotai (43) v Avalon (20)
  • Premier: Old Boys University (79) v Paremata-Plimmerton (10) Coming soon - as seen on Facebook
  • Premier Reserve: Hutt Old Boys Marist (6) v Tawa (24)
  • Colts: Upper Hutt Rams (21) v Wellington (17)
23 May: Wins to Norths, OBU, Avalon in women's games

Three sixth round women's matches were played on Friday night. Norths beat Johnsonville 92-0 with Jamie McInstosh scoring 28 points, Old Boys University beat HOBM 45-17 with Georgia Daals scoring 25 points and Avalon defeated Poneke 58-0. The fourth match of the round was decided over the telephone yesterday, with Tawa defaulting to Ories. Congrulations to Lisa Karaka for playing her 50th match for Norths last night.

22 May: Old Timers' Days 23 May

Eastbourne, Marist St Pats, Oriental-Rongotai, Poneke, and the Upper Hutt Rams are all holding their Old Timers' Days tomorrow. All former and current supporters and players are welcome. A feature of MSP's Past and Present Players' Day is a reunion of the 1995 Premier team that took out the Swindale Shield-Jubilee Cup double.

21 May: More losses for Wellington schools

In two friendly First XV matches played on Wednesday, Wellington’s St Pat’s Silverstream lost 20-33 to New Plymouth Boys’ High School and Hutt International Boys’ School missed out 14-52 to Rathkeale College.

21 May: Powering up with HIBS in 2015

Hutt International Boys' School captain Ben Power is busy preparing for this season's First XV season, starting with his team's season opener against Wellington College on Saturday. College Sport Media?caught up with him ahead of the seaosn about his rugby ad his track and field career?

19 May: SPC to defend Hiberian Cup Wednesday

UPDATE: St Pat's Town won this fixture 76-3 (halftime 29-3). St Pat's won the U15 match 53-5. St Patrick's College, Wellington, defends the Hibernian Cup against St John's College, Hastings, at Evans Bay Park at 12.00pm Wednesday. The Hibernian Cup was previously played for as part of a competiton between maris schools, but it is now a Challenge Cup. This is the first Traditional of the year for St Pat's an a warm-up for their Wellington competition and season opening Moasacar Cup challenge game against Scots College on Saturday.?

18 May: New photo galleries added
?New photo galleries from Saturday can be viewed by visiting Photos above:

Swindale Shield:
Old Boys University v Upper Hutt Rams
Avalon v Petone
Tawa v Northern United

Women's
Norths v Ories

18 May: First XV draw online

The 2015?WelTec 1stXV Premiership?commences this Saturday, Visit the competition schedule on the Draws & Results menu across the top of this page.?

16 May OBU Impalas hooker to play 50th game
16 May: OBU Impalas hooker to play 50th game

Congratulations to OBU Impalas hooker Luana Tafeamaalii, who's 50th game for OBU is marked with this weeks game against Wainuiomata at the Petone Rec. Lu joined OBU in the 2011 season and has been a regular and valuable player since then making an impact on and off the field.

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Best & Fairest

Best & Fairest Round 10, 23 May:

Billy Wallace competition Best & Fairest points competition pacesetters after 10 rounds of the Swindale Shield are*:

14 points: TJ Fermanis (Tawa),
12 points: James So’oialo (Tawa), Adam Deck (Wellington)
11 points: Vaea Fifita (Wellington), Joseph Scheres (Poneke), Nick Grigg (Petone)
9 points: Sheridan Rangihuna (HOBM)
8 points: Joyner Key (Upper Hutt Rams), Afa Fa’atau (Ories), Whetu Henry (Ories), Wes Goosen (OBU)
7 points:Tyler Tane (Wainuiomata),
6 points:Issac O'Connor (MSP), Jordan Simpson-Hefft (Upper Hutt Rams), Jackson Garden-Bachop (Norths), Api Naikatini (Norths),Valentine Meachen (MSP)
5 points:Fa’atonu Fili (MSP), Luke Campbell (OBU), Alexis Time (HOBM), Piri Parone (Petone), Cameron Ross (Wainuiomata), Galu Taufale (Poneke), Telea Seumanutafa (Tawa), Greg Mullany (Poneke), Sam McNicol (Petone)
4 points:Jeff Toomaga-Allen (MSP), Konelio Feaunati (Norths), Penjimani Nabainvalu (Wellington), Willis Halaholo (Poneke), Jared Kahu (Petone), Blake Neve (Paremata-Plimmerton), Greg Foe (Poneke), Augustine Escalona (OBU), Murphy Taramai (Upper Hutt Rams), Lester Maulolo (Petone)

*Updates above are unofficial, and subject to change if inaccurate.

Featured Points Table
Swindale Shield 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
HOBM 10 9 1 0 361 266 7 43
Tawa 10 8 2 0 324 187 7 37
Marist St Pats 10 7 3 0 367 231 8 36
Ories 10 7 3 0 305 238 8 36
Wellington 10 7 3 0 253 188 5 33
OBU 10 5 5 0 353 221 9 31
Petone 10 6 4 0 281 231 7 31
Poneke 10 5 4 1 284 229 7 29
Upper Hutt Rams 10 5 4 1 325 301 7 29
Wainui 10 5 4 1 271 206 5 27
Norths 10 3 6 1 251 281 7 21
J'ville 10 1 9 0 158 349 5 9
Avalon 10 0 10 0 162 350 2 2
Pare-Plim 10 0 10 0 120 537 1 1
Featured Points Table
Harper Lock Shield 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Tawa 10 10 0 0 422 92 8 48
Petone 10 8 2 0 383 213 10 42
Poneke 10 8 2 0 352 182 5 37
Norths 10 7 3 0 320 274 7 35
Marist St Pats 10 6 4 0 297 207 8 32
Wellington 10 6 4 0 239 282 7 31
HOBM 10 6 4 0 273 143 5 29
Wainui 10 5 4 1 321 257 6 28
Ories 10 5 4 1 226 246 5 27
OBU 10 4 6 0 273 158 10 26
Upper Hutt Rams 10 2 8 0 225 295 6 14
Avalon 10 2 7 1 117 444 3 11
J'ville 10 0 10 0 144 417 3 3
Pare-Plim 10 0 10 0 77 459 0 0
Featured Points Table
Fleurs Trophy 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 5 5 0 0 333 6 5 25
Ories 6 5 1 0 231 55 5 25
OBU 5 4 1 0 235 58 3 19
Avalon 4 2 1 1 212 55 2 12
HOBM 6 2 3 1 183 158 2 12
Wainui 4 2 2 0 61 77 2 10
Poneke 5 2 3 0 147 202 2 10
Tawa 5 0 4 1 7 244 0 0
J'ville 6 0 5 1 0 554 0 0
Featured Points Table
Thompson Memorial First Grade 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Petone 6 6 0 0 231 145 5 29
HOBM 6 4 2 0 210 99 5 21
OBU 6 4 2 0 173 124 4 20
Petone 6 4 2 0 159 146 4 20
Stokes 6 4 2 0 102 73 2 18
Poneke 6 3 3 0 157 109 4 16
Marist St Pats 6 3 3 0 136 125 1 13
Norths 6 1 5 0 112 155 4 8
Marist St Pats 6 1 5 0 168 272 2 6
Tawa 6 0 6 0 99 299 2 2
Featured Points Table
Paris Memorial Trophy U21s 2015
  P W L D F A B Pts
Norths 6 6 0 0 208 71 5 29
Petone 6 5 1 0 279 39 6 26
Upper Hutt Rams 6 5 1 0 161 111 5 25
OBU 5 4 1 0 135 47 5 21
Poneke 5 4 1 0 116 73 3 19
HOBM 6 4 2 0 105 95 3 19
Wellington 6 4 2 0 112 102 2 18
Tawa 5 3 1 1 168 56 3 17
Ories 6 2 4 0 108 130 4 12
J'ville 5 2 3 0 54 149 2 10
Marist St Pats 5 1 3 1 62 130 1 7
Avalon 6 0 5 1 72 212 3 3
Wainui 6 0 6 0 65 187 1 1
Pare-Plim 4 0 3 1 18 120 0 0
OBU 5 0 4 1 46 187 0 0
Picks

Guest Picker Week 11

To be our guest picker for Round 11 of the Swindale Shield later this week please email editor@clubrugby.co.nz?

Today In History
26 May 1990: Avalon’s physio had to strap 13 of 15 players to get them on the field last week. Still racked with injuries, Avalon’s patched up team cruise to an 18-3 win over contenders Hutt Old Boys in round nine today. Neighbours Upper Hutt lose to MSP 12-26 but will go on to claim the Swindale Shield.
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