Robb College's unbeaten run in the New England Rugby Union competition came to an end on Saturday.
The students were beaten 24-21 by Tamworth but co-coach Sam Ditchfield wasn't too concerned.
"You never like to lose but we don't have to worry about undefeated," he said.
"It was a pretty even game really. I don't think either side played to their potential but both teams didn't allow the other team to play to their potential."
For round seven, Robb match up with rivals St Albert's College in the university's parent's weekend.
Robb have claimed wins in both the clashes they've had this season but Albies have been improving every week.
"Albies were very good the last time we played them," Ditchfield
"I think we have another really tough game on our hands this weekend.
"The competition ladder doesn't indicate the closeness of the games and how close the competition is between clubs."
Saturday's matches will start earlier with fourth grade beginning the day at 9.35.
After the third grade match, there will be a presentation of the Jordan Wiggins memorial trophy.