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2018 comes to an end

King's Week #1040 - 11th December 2018


Front row from left; Oli Phillips, Narayan Shastri, Samuel Blackwood, Ollie Young, Patrick Ward. Back row; Spencer Gable, Christian Fogavai, Peter Blaikie, Scott Butler Pollock

Year 10 Prizegiving

by Jo Harford

We celebrated the success of our Year 10 students at the final prizegiving of the year on Tuesday morning. Congratulations to all boys for the work you have done throughout 2018, we look forward to seeing you back in 2019 in your senior uniform!

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Year 9 Prestige Awards front row from left; Oscar Cameron, Mark Burke, Thomas Bowen, Ashwin Rajesh, Caleb Simpson. Back row; Kane Chang, Orlando Tuhega-Vaitupu, Radin Vajedi

Year 9 Prizegiving

by Jo Harford

On Tuesday we celebrated the achievements of our Year 9 students. Congratulations to all boys who walked across the stage, we are proud of your achievements. Have a great break, you deserve it.

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National Secondary Schools' Touch Tournament in Auckland

by Dan Koni

We are absolutely proud of our 7th placing at this event due to the fact that we took 11 strong players on the trip. Other players were out due to injuries, Yr 10 Camps etc. We normally have 16 in our team so this is a huge achievement.

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Relay Team

Athletics Nationals 2018

by Grant Koedyk

This year the Nationals were held in Dunedin. It started on Friday November 30th, with the qualifying rounds being held over two days and the finals on Sunday.

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Team photo on  the ' Bert ' NZ Secondary School 1st XI Gillette Cup at Lincoln

1st XI Cricket Team

by Michael Reggett

Over the past two months, the 1st XI have been building towards the Gillette Cup. This is only the third time the team has appeared at the Gillette Cup in the 29 years the competition has existed. Teams from each of the six Cricket Associations in NZ compete in this event.

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Hollyford Track team at Hidden Falls Hut, Day 2

Year 10 Hollyford Track Camp

by Barbara May

The 10 students and two staff made a leisurely start from Dunedin on Monday 3rd December and enjoyed a sunny lunch break at Te Anau.

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