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College XV Rugby National Top Four

Media Alert 23 August

College XV Rugby National Top Four, exclusively on The Rugby Channel (channel 037) this weekend.

New Zealand’s College XV rugby competition reaches the pointy end of proceedings this weekend with exclusive coverage of all four games over the Big Weekend on The Rugby Channel, featuring College Rugby XV semis and LIVE coverage of the Final of the National Top Four competition.

The Co-ed Final is also being covered LIVE, exclusively by The Rugby Channel before the National Final, with St Kentigern College, Fielding High School, St Andrews College and Cambridge High School vying it out later in the week for those two final berths.

In the College XV rugby competition, Napier Boys High School stunned Super 8 Champions Gisborne Boys High School to earn their spot, while their semifinal opponents Kelston Boys High School beat Whangarei Boys High School to progress.

St Bede’s booked their place in the National Top Four overpowering Otago Boys High School, while Wesley College won a three way points battle over Rotorua Boys High School and Hamilton Boys High School.

Join The Rugby Channel commentators Keith Quinn, Ken Laban, John McBeth, Steve Davie and Bull Allen for all the action from Rotorua Boys High School.

Napier BHS v Kelston BHS Saturday August 27 12.30pm
St Bedes College v Wesley College Saturday August 27 2.30pm

Co-ed Final LIVE Sunday August 28 12.30pm
National Final LIVE Sunday August 28 2.30pm


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