Auckland Premier 1A - St Kentigern continued on their unbeaten road beating Sacred Heart College 29-6 opening up a gap of 8 log points between St Kentigerns and Sacred Heart who is now number 3 on the log. St Peter's who only lost 1 game so far in this competition won against Mount Albert Grammar School 26-7 and are only 5 log points behind log leader St Kentigern College.
Central North Island - Feilding High is the only unbeaten team left and leading the pack with 8 points on the log. They had an easy day against St John's Hastings winning 50-17.
North Harbour Canon 1A - Takapuna Grammar remained unbeaten after beating Orewa College 48-12 while Westlake Boys High had their work cut out to beat Massey High 21-14 showing there is not much difference between a team that has not lost any games in this competition and one who lost 6 from 10 games.
Super 8 - Hamilton Boys High had a narrow escape against Rotorua Boys High with a 28-27 victory to remain unbeaten. The only other unbeaten side Napier Boys High won against Tauranga Boys High with 26-12.
UC Championship First XV - Christchurch Boys High is still unbeaten after their victory against Waimea College 64-17 while Christ's College made sure that they keep close to Christchurch Boys in beating Rangiora High with 36-17.
Wellington Premiership - St Patrick's Silverstream is still unbeaten after their victory against Porirua College with 72-5, while Scots College won 53-10 and also remains unbeaten after 5 matches. St Patrick's Town 58-12 against Wairapara College to remain at number 3 on the log having just lost 1 game.
Apart from the "Bondedag" in Nelspruit and the Independent Schools festival hosted by Kingswood nothing much happening in South Afrika.
At the "Bondedag" The Sharks and Cheetahs have issued a warning to the rest of the teams attending the u/18 Craven Week.
At the Independent Schools Festival, Hilton continued their impressive year beating St Alban's of Pretoria 33-0. Bishops won against hosts Kingswood 19-10 with maybe the biggest surprise Kearsney's victory of 25-17 against St Andrew's College. It must be mentioned, however, that all the boys selected for the Youth Weeks from the participating schools were not allowed to participate.