New Plymouth Boys' High School have been stripped of the points achieved in their 19-16 Super 8 victory over Hamilton Boys' High School on June 8 after fielding an illegible player.
New Plymouth have made no comment on the deduction of four Super 8 points, but College Sport Media understands the breach relates to an over-aged international player. Super 8 rules state each school is permitted to field two 19 year's olds as long as they are not new to school in the year they play for the First XV and hold a New Zealand passport.
Hamilton Boys' High School have been awarded five points from the game.
Evidently in the match between New Plymouth Boys' High School and Rotorua Boys' High School played on 28 August 2015, two Rotorua players were included on a signed team sheet for Rotorua who were not eligible to play in the Top 4 competition. Rotorua was demoted from second to last in Super 8.
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