Riverdale School will represent Manawatū at the New Zealand ripped rugby championship.
Riverdale had qualified for the countrywide tournament later within the year when they ended College Street Normal School’s run of success. College Street won closing 12 months countrywide identify and have been regulars on the country full finals in latest years.
There have been 29 faculties on the Manawatū event.
Riverdale School Red beat College Street Normal School Black 4-three in the final of the Manawatū junior rippa rugby cup at the Arena, Palmerston North, on Wednesday.
Riverdale didn’t lose a sport on the match, while College Street Black’s most straightforward loss came in the very last.
College Street gained the countrywide name closing year so Riverdale will keep the trophy in Manawatū if they had been to win this 12 months. Riverdale went to the national championship in 2012.
The Mark Donaldson Cup for intermediate colleges is on Thursday and has 20 entries, then the Sam Strahan Cup for us of faculty is on Friday, with six entries.
The competitions are a part of the Manawatū Rugby Union’s ripper programme, which has been running because of the start of the college term.