After a great fightback by the Australian Schools team the New Zealand Secondary Schools team finished strongly and won 34-24 in Wellington, New Zealand.
On Monday the second Iqhawe tournament, started by the South African Legends in conjunction with SARU starts in Cape Town.
Four international schools teams are in action in New Zealand on Saturdsay - New Zealand Schools, Australian Schools, Fijian Schools and New Zealand Barbarians Schools.
Day two of the inaugural Jock Hobbs Memorial National Under-19 Tournament saw Canterbury and Wellington advance through to the Graham Mourie Cup Final with narrow victories over Waikato and Auckland A respectively.
Both New Zealand schools teams had big wins on Tuesday and are again in action Saturday when New Zealand Schools play Australian Schools and New Zealand Barbarians Schools play Fiji.
The inaugural Jock Hobbs Memorial National Under-19 Tournament kicked off on Sunday in Taupo.
The Australian Schools team won the first of its three matches on its tour to NZ, beating Fiji Schools 50-15 at Levin on Friday evening.
Bishops will after all be attending the Paul Roos Rugby Day on 28 March 2015.
New Zealand is in the process of introducing a new Memorial National Under-19 tournament and has named it after the great All Black captain Jock Hobbs.
The Australian Schools side left Sydney for New Zealand on Tuesday for a three-match tour. All matches will be played in Wellington.