Current table leaders Cobras has the bye this week and the comfort of a six point lead over nearest challengers Thames. Picking up four bonus points in the first four games has helped the Te Aroha team to build a healthy lead in the Silcock Shield competition.
Thames is also unbeaten
Round Five of the Senior A club competition produced the closest results in every game so far, with the largest winning margin being two points and three other games settled by a one point margin. Thames and Cobras kept up their unbeaten runs while Coromandel also celebrated its first win
Round Five of Thames Valley Senior A Club rugby marks the half way point in the competition for the Silcock Shield, symbol of first round supremacy and this week the draw sees a remarkable number match ups as the current first placed side meets the second placed team, third
Mercury Bay moved into a share of second spot on the competition ladder after winning a tight game against Waihi Athletic on Good Friday. Round Four of the Senior A competition was planned to start with a Thursday night game between Thames and Coromandel but adverse weather conditions saw that
Luke Jacobson to Captain NZ U20's
The final squad for the Oceania Under 20 tournament on the Gold Coast starting on 28 May has been confirmed with former New Zealand Secondary Schools representatives Thomas Umaga-Jensen and Ciarahn Matoe joining the squad.
All Blacks apprentice Jordie Barrett will be unavailable due to Investec