The Dairiboard Schools Rugby Festival today entered day three with organisers satisfied with the standards being exhibited by schools participating at this year’s event.

Schools from all corners of the country are in the capital for the annual Schools Rugby Festival at Prince Edward High School.

Action entered day three on Tuesday (today) with the festival director Tawanda Jimu satisfied with the competitiveness at this year’s festival.

The event director is also pleased with the schools rugby tourney meeting the primary objective of creating a competitive environment for budding rugby players.

The Schools Rugby Festival is an annual event which has over the years continued to grow with sides drawn from across the country competing at the rugby showpiece.

On day two (Monday), Churchill established themselves as one of the teams to beat after massacring Vainona 47 nil while St Johns’ College hammered Heritage 33-8.

Hosts Prince Edward registered a 19-11 win over Hillcrest.