Newington and Kings win to join Joeys and Iggies at top end of GPS ladder

Newington, Joeys and Kings all won matches on another wet afternoon of GPS rugby, played on Thursday ahead of the June long weekend.

Just one win now separates the top four sides on the first XV ladder, in one of the most hotly contested schoolboy rugby competitions in recent memory. Catch up on all the round four action below.

Newington 27-17 Scots (Image: Hayley Sparks photography)

A standout performance from flyhalf Toby Rodwell helped Newington beat Scots 27-17 on a wet and muddy afternoon at Stanmore.

Newington kicked the only points of the opening 15 minutes before both sides traded tries late in the first half.

Scots opened their account with a try to prop Cooper Guerin after a well worked move from the back of a five metre lineout.

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