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SAS College Rugby League Grand Finals preview

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Wednesday night will see a new king of Auckland secondary school rugby league crowned, with Kelston Boys’ High School and Mt Albert Grammar to face off for the SAS College Rugby League title.

Perennial heavyweights at schoolboy level, Kelston have gone through the season with just one defeat to their name, and edged past Wesley College in the semi-finals a fortnight ago to advance to the final for the second-straight year.

Mt Albert Grammar on the other hand had to recover from a sluggish start to 2018, powering through the second half of the season to sneak inside the top four on points for and against, before putting in their most impressive performance in recent memory to dispose of St Paul’s College in the semi-finals, 22-4.

Entry to Mt Smart Stadium #2 for the match day, which includes four back-to-back Grand Finals, is free for students in school uniform and $2 for everyone else.

The match will also be streamed live and free from 7pm. Click here to watch.

Earlier in the day at same venue, St Paul’s College will clash with Southern Cross Campus in the U15 nine-aside decider, before Sir Edmund Hillary and Aorere College do battle in the girls’ competition.

The Senior A Grand Final (second-tier Premier) will be contested between James Cook High School and St Paul’s.

All three of those matches will also be streamed live and free. Click here to watch.

SAS College Rugby League Grand Final night

Wednesday, August 22

Mount Smart Stadium #2

3.30pm: St Paul’s College U15 v Southern Cross Campus U15

4.30pm: Sir Edmund Hillary Girls v Aorere College Girls

5.30pm: James Cook High School Snr A v St Paul’s College Snr A

7.00pm: Kelston Boys’ High School v Mt Albert Grammar School

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