Sacred Heart College: 39 (Daniel Tupou 3, Reno Su’a 2, John Bell, Sosefo Kautai tries; Bell 2 con) Kelston Boys’ High School: 15 (Troy Siemsen, Mavae Teutau tries; Akaimo Manava, 1 con, 1 pen)
Leon Fukofuka experienced a baptism of fire in his First XV debut in 2010.
Kelston Boys’ High School in West Auckland is the most successful school in the history of the National Top Four Championship. With five outright victories and just one defeat in six visits to the tournament, Kelston boasts an unenviable record. The peak of Kelston’s remarkable success was from 1992-1999, where they were close to unbeatable.
Fifteen minutes of brilliance and stoic second half defence earned Kelston Boys High School a trip to the National Top 4 final for the first time in 12 years. After an even start, with tries traded by Lolagi Visinia (Kelston Fullback) and Chris Hewitt, (Napier Hooker) the Blues champions scored three sublime tries to lead [...]
Kelston Boys High School Website 2011: “A great result for ordinary young men that did extraordinary things, working hard, listening, being humble, believing in one another and themselves…. this has continued the legacy of the Kelston Boys High School 1st XV.” 2011 was really a remarkable year in First XV College rugby. Several teams appeared [...]