Vodafone Warrior and St Paul's College old boy Elijah Taylor caught up with 2013 St Paul's First XIII captain Semisi Havili this week.


The inaugural College Rugby League competition breaks into its second phase this after with the start of the elite Warriors Cup championship for the top six teams and supporting plate and bowl competitions for the other 12 teams.


The highly-successful St Pauls College, unbeaten in the first round-robin stage, is at home to Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate in a week when the school honoured six of its old boys who are in the current Vodafone Warriors NRL squad.


Jerome Ropati, Elijah Taylor, Sione and Sam Lousi, Pita Godinet and John Palavi all attended a special assembly at the school on Monday. Later they spent time talking to players in the schools rugby league teams including the First XIII.


In other games Kelston Boys High School takes on Otahuhu College at Cornwall Park and Westlake Boys High School hosts Mount Albert Grammar School.


The Vodafone Warriors have provided trophies for all three competitions for the Warriors Cup, Warriors Plate and Warriors Bowl.


The full draw today is (games starting at 4.00pm):


Warriors Cup:

St Pauls College v Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate, St Pauls

Westlake Boys High School v Mount Albert Grammar School, Westlake

Kelston Boys High School v Otahuhu College, Cornwall Park


Warriors Plate:

Avondale College v Papakura High School, Avondale

Papatoetoe High School v Henderson High School, Papatoetoe

Southern Cross Campus v Tangaroa College, Southern Cross


Warriors Bowl:

Western Springs College v James Cook High School

Rutherford College v Mt Roskill Grammar School, Rutherford

Aorere College v Manurewa High School, Aorere