The World School Festival begins tomorrow, Tuesday 26 March.
This is the draw for round 1 (times are NZT):
Tuesday, 26 March:
9.30pm - 10.45pm: Glenwood v John McGlashan College (Dunedin)
11.30pm - 00.15am: WP Invitational v World Select XV
Wednesday, 27 March:
00.30am - 01.45am: SACS v Zambesi Steelers
02.00am - 03.15am: Monument v Hartpury College
03.30am - 04.45am: Paarl Gim v Africa Pacific Dragons
09.30pm - 10.45pm: Affies v Italian All Stars
11.30pm - 00.15am: Boland Landbau v Napier Boys High School
Thursday, 28 March:
00.30am - 01.45am: Hilton College v USA Schools XV
02.00am - 03.15am: Grey College v Christchurch Boys High School
03.30am - 04.45am: Paul Roos v Southland Boys High School
The games will livestreamed. This is the info posted on the OVO Mobile Facebook page:
Starting on the Tuesday 26th of March, OVO is bringing you every match, live from South Africa. We also have last years action uploaded and ready to view! Each days live games will be available within 24 hours for you to watch at any time! We will be online and available for any question, so please don't hesitate to message us and we can help 😁 👉👉To watch it live, in HD please follow these steps:👈👈 Download the OVO Play app from your app store (search for OVO Play) - or head to our website: https://ovo.app.link/wsf Register and grab your pass for just AUD $9.99* in OZ / USD $9.99* for the rest of the world - you’ll get 3 months access to both the live stream & the catch up of all games. Then when the action starts sign in and watch on your phone or tablet or cast it to the big screen with chrome cast and airplay. *Note that depending on your location, and the channel through which you are purchasing access (OVOPlay website, Google Play or Apple App stores) local taxes and fees may be added and currency converted from AUD or USD. These fees are in addition to the subscription.
Edited to add:
By the way, I haven't seen any squad lists, but I understand there are quite a few NZ boys in the Africa Pacific Dragons squad from several different schools.