Kildare Catholic College ended the unbeaten start to the Super Sixes for The Riverina Anglican College.
Kildare bounced back from their loss to Mater Dei Catholic College with a 20-10 victory in the third round of the new schoolboys competition at Conolly Rugby Complex on Thursday.
Kildare let a 10-0 lead slip last week, but were forced to come from behind after TRAC fullback Matt Hamblin crossed early.
However they responded to take a 15-5 lead into the break after Ned Cooper scored right on half-time.
There was no repeat of a second half fade-out this time around as they returned to winning ways.
Meanwhile Mater Dei extended their unbeaten start to the competition with a 32-10 win over Wagga High School.
The competition favourites continue to impress after another comfortable victory.
Earlier in the night, Kooringal High School brought up their first win of the competition as they easily accounted for Wagga Christian College with a 65-5 victory.
Kooringal High tackles Wagga High in the next round while Mater Dei and TRAC face off and Kildare tackles Wagga Christian College.
Meanwhile, the rugby union action in the city continues over the weekend with Wagga playing host to the Brumbies Super Sevens.
There has been a change in structure of the competition this year with Wagga to host the lone event at Conolly Rugby Complex on Saturday.
The men's competition has drawn strong interest from across the state.
Southern Inland clubs Wagga City and CSU have entered both men's and women's teams.
Waratahs will be represented by a women's side with Griffith and a Riverina Fijians outfit are also in the men's draw.
With a junior competition also taking place three grounds at Conolly Rugby Complex will be utilised for the event.
Southern Inland rugby manager Jack Heffernan expects plenty of quality rugby across what will be a busy day.
"Seniors are at 12 teams for the men's and eight for the women's and then in the juniors there are 17s boys have 12 plus teams, the 17s girls have eight teams and the 15s girls are at eight teams," Heffernan said.
There is $15,000 in cash and prizes up for grabs across all divisions over the weekend.