Top Ten High School Rugby Rankings


Every spring, panels of high school coaches from across Ontario submit their personal best teams selections from which consensus Weekly Top 10 Rankings are developed.

These are the final rankings for the 2013 high school season. Thank you to the coaches who submitted their personal rankings every week. We hope everyone found the rankings interesting and informative, and that they successfully promoted high school rugby.

Rugby Ontario rankings coordinators Glenn Tarver (boys) and Glenn Wallace (girls).

OFSAA Tournaments

Boys OFSAA AA and AAA tournaments - June 6-8

Girls OFSAA AA and AAA tournaments - June 3-5

All tournaments will have 16 teams.Good luck to all teams that qualify for the OFSAA tournaments after local playoffs.

Go to for more details.

Barbarian Cup Tournament

Final tournament of the year. Hosted by York Region.

Location - Fletcher’s Fields

Junior Boys - invitational tournament for association winners and selected other entries.

Junior Girls and Bantam (Grade 9) Boys - open tournaments.

Sunday June 9 (pool games) and Monday June 10 (semi-finals / finals).

Go to for more information.

After the Barbarian Cup, we encourage high school rugby players to get involved with club rugby and provincial representative rugby.

Ontario Junior Blues

There are provincial junior representative teams at U14, U15, U16, U17 and U18.  Eligibilities are based on year of birth.

Regional tryouts are Sunday June 9 at Twin Elm Rugby Park in Nepean and Sunday June 16 at four sites: Rogers Field in Cambridge, Crusaders Rugby Club in Oakville, Courtice HS in Durham Region, and Fletcher's Fields. Click here for more information.

Ontario Junior Storm

Provincial junior women’s U16 and U18 team tryouts are open to all high school players.

Eligibilities are based on year of birth. 

Future Junior Storm U16 tryouts are as follows: June 9 at Highland Rugby Club in Fergus, and June 16th at M.A. Sills Park in Belleville. Click here for more information.

Future Junior Storm U18 tryouts are as follows: June 2 at Brantford Rugby Club. Click here for more information.

Junior Storm and Junior Blues programs are the pathway to National Team selection.


Senior Girls Division

1.     Trenton AA (-)

2.     Brantford (-)

3.     Quinte AA (-)

4.     Oakville Trafalgar (-)

5.     Centennial Belleville (-)

6.     Barrie Central AA (+1)

7.     Pickering (+1)

8.     Ashbury AA (-2)

9.     Mayfield (NR)

10.   Malvern (-1)


Senior Boys Division

The panelists continued to report difficulty assessing the comparative strengths of teams across the province.  There is unusual parity this year.  The 2013 OFSAA Championships Tournaments are projected to be close competitions.

1.     Barrie Central AA (-)

2.     St. John's, Brantford (-)

3.     Moira AA (-)

4.     Brantford (-)

5.     Lorne Park (-)

6.     Saltfleet (-)

7.     Oakville Trafalgar (-)

8.     Bill Crothers (+2)

9.     Regiopolis Kingston (-)

10.   Medway (NR)                   

HONOURABLE MENTION: Streetsville AA, Uxbridge, Stouffville, Bluevale, Belleville Centennial


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