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Otahuhu Colleges second straight win has taken it to the top of the Warriors Cup championship in the College Rugby League Premier First XIII Competition.

After beating Kelston Boys High School last week, Otahuhu recovered from a 6-12 halftime deficit to beat the impressive Westlake Boys High School side 20-12 in yesterdays second-round encounter.

With St Pauls College surprisingly held to a 6-6 draw at home by Kelston Boys High School, Otahuhu is the only team with a perfect record after the first two rounds.

St Pauls and Kelston were locked up at 6-6 at halftime in their clash at St Pauls College, the home side retaining the University Cup after a scoreless second half.

In the third match in the Warriors Cup, Mount Albert Grammar School rebounded from last weeks loss to Westlake with a 16-6 win over Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate at Ngati Otara Park.

Papakura High School and Tangaroa College are both on four points in the Warriors Plater after their second straight wins yesterday as are James Cook High School and Aorere College in the Warriors Bowl.

Results of second-round matches were:

Warriors Cup

Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate 6 (Paula Sopilano try; Pollyana Loi goal).

Mount Albert Grammar School 16 (Otineru Lio, Mattais Heimuli, Mills Tonga tries; Sam Lulia 2 goals).

Halftime: 010 Mount Albert.

Otahuhu College 20 (Vincent Tofilau-Uati, Wes Tauti, Ariel Tusiane, Johnny Faletagoai tries; Don Seuala goal; Ariel Tusiane goal).

Westlake Boys High School 12 (James Waterson, Ben McIntyre tries; Ben McIntyre 2 goals).

Halftime: 612 Westlake.

St Pauls 6 (Semisi Havili try; Xavier Rice goal).

Kelston Boys High School 6 (Matt Faitotoa try; Zion Ioka goal).

Halftime: 66.

Warriors Plate

Papatoetoe High School 10 (Kelepi Holi, Nuku Ngere tries; Braxton Edmonds goal).

Southern Cross Campus 16 (Filigatauivi Tafa, Tevita Veituna, Viliami Maamaloa tries; Akesi Liaina 2 goals).

Halftime: 1010.

Henderson High School 0.

Papakura High School 18 (Isaac Crichton 2, Sengli Malu tries; Arthur Crichton 3 goals).

Halftime: 012 Papakura.

Avondale College 8 (Penalty try; Perry Kau 2 goals).

Tangaroa College 16 (Joseph Siaosi, Cameron Otikore, Michael Uluakiola tries; Antonio Adams 2 goals).

Halftime: 86 Avondale.

Warriors Bowl

Manurewa High School 16 (Reuben Peuafi, Erin Clarke, Jacob Diaz tries; Drew Radich 2 goals).

Mount Roskill Grammar School 12 (Pewi Tuialli, Te Aomarama, Te Lea, Robey Brown).

Halftime: 128 Manurewa.

Rutherford College 4 (Josef Hardenbol).

James Cook High School 50 (Henoa Tupouata 3, Amosa Nove 2, Josefa Nawaqavanua, Tim Nove, Gus Nove, Harry Robertson tries; Harry Roberston 6 goals; Tosh Hapuku goal).

Halftime: 028 James Cook.

Aorere College 14 (Raiden Fonoti, Giovanni Mountain-Silbery, Lene Pilitati tries; Antonio Stafford goal).

Western Springs 12 (Shechinah Tumu-Makara 2 tries; Tawhio Rogers 2 goals).

Halftime: 46 Western Springs.
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