the 2022 New Zealand Schools, New Zealand Barbarian Under 18 and New Zealand Māori Under 18 Ngā Whatukura Boys teams. The next generation of New Zealand rugby stars have been found with New Zealand Rugby today announcing the 2022 New Zealand Schools, New Zealand Barbarian Under 18 and New Zealand Māori Under 18 Ngā Whatukura Boys teams.
From Orewa College in the north to Southland Boys’ High School in the south, 34 schools and ten clubs are represented. A total of 75 players have been selected across the three teams following strong performances in the recent Super Rugby camps, school and club rugby this season and stretch of the country.
The New Zealand Under 18 Quadrangular Tournament will take place at St Paul’s Collegiate in Hamilton on Tuesday 11 October and Saturday 15 October.
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New Zealand Under 18 Quadrangular Tournament
Location: St Paul’s Collegiate, Hamilton
Saturday 15 October
- NZ Barbarians U18 vs NZ Māori U18 – 12.30pm
- NZ Secondary Schools vs Fiji Schools – 2.30pm
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