It was with much sadness that New Zealand Rugby League learned
of the passing of Kiwis legend Mel Cooke late last week.
The NZ Residents 16s team to play the visiting Queensland
Academy of Sport, who will tour NZ in October, has been named
Congratulations to all the teams who have made the finals of the
NRL, NYC and NSW Cup this year.
Semi finals day is always a big one and this year was no
different with the top four finishers in the pool rounds of the
Premiership grade coming into their semi finals with three wins
each a piece.
It's official, after ten long years, Kelston Boys High
School are once again New Zealand Rugby League National Secondary
School tournament Champions.
Semi finals day is a big one with the top four finishers in the
pool rounds of the Premiership all coming into the two semi finals
with three wins each a piece.
As day three dawned 16 teams had at least one win, with
eight (St Paul's, Tokoroa, Otahuhu, Mt Albert, Kelston, Rotorua,
James Cook and St Thomas) having won two from two.
A good crowd had already gathered at Bruce Pulman in
advance of the 10am kick off of the second day of the National
Secondary Schools tournament.
From today (Monday Sept 2) Rugby League players from 24 schools
will descend on Bruce Pulman Park, Papakura to take part in our
National Secondary Schools tournament.
Brilliant sunshine and immaculate fields were the
sight that greeted the 24 teams who gathered at Bruce Pulman Park
for Day One of the National Secondary Schools tournament