The semifinalists for the 2016 College Rugby League competitions have been confirmed, with spots in the grand finals up for grabs this Wednesday.

In the premier section, traditional heavyweights St Paul's College will take on Kelston Boys' High School (Game A) to decide who goes straight through to the grand final.

St Paul's go in as favourites, having been the most consistent side throughout the year, without a loss this season, but Kelston have the talent to upset them on the day.

It's do or die in the second semifinal (Game B) when Wesley College host Westlake Boys' High School, fighting for a life and a chance to make the championship's top three.


Wesley go into the game as favourites, but Westlake have the psychological advantage after the south Auckland school went down 24-12 in their last match-up.

Avondale and Aorere will play for fifth position.

In the second-tier pennant division, top qualifiers Southern Cross Campus take on Manurewa High School in the first semi, while Mt Albert Grammar School take on Otahuhu College in the other.

Tamaki College and Western Springs College play for fifth position.

In the bowl division, the third level of premier CRL competitions, Papatoetoe High School will host Sir Edmund Hillary College, while St Paul's B play Otahuhu B out south.

Lynfield College play Southern Cross B for fifth position.

This week's College Rugby League game of the round, St Paul's v Kelston, will be streamed live from 4pm this Wednesday July 27 at