Cambridge started the scoring with a penalty goal early in the match. However these were Cambridge High's only points and St Peter's went on to dominate the match. Strong running and excellent support play enabled St Peter's to score nine unanswered tries.
St Peter's student Bodie Mechell added five conversions to make the final score 55-3. Player of the day went to St Peter's student Ollie Norris. Ollie worked tirelessly on defence and attack and was rewarded with two tries.
“It was a unanimous decision from all coaching staff of the Junior Tall Ferns to nominate Charlisse Leger-Walker for this award. In their words, Leger-Walker demonstrated the skills, attitude and professionalism, and performed to the highest standard in her age group. During 2016 Leger-Walker was named Most Valuable Player for both the Under 17 and New Zealand Secondary Schools Championships. Internationally, playing for the Junior Tall Ferns team, she was the most consistent performer during their campaigns in China, Fiji and back here in New Zealand.
Scots College Year 13 student Andrew Tang has been one of just seven New Zealand students to receive the Royal Society Te Apārangi Scholarship from over 300 applications to visit the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland and also to attend the London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF).