King’s College: 24 (Jonathon Aoina, Marzellus Salivaio tries; Luke Reed 4 pen, 1 con) Hamilton Boys’ High School: 18 (Ayden Johnstone, Daniel Popping tries; Bryn Gatland 2 pen, Orbyn Leger 1 con) HT: 13-6, King’s
Sacred Heart College: 11 (Jerome Teinakore try, Joe Collins pen, Solomone Kata pen) King’s College: 6 (Bram Egli 2 pen)
Graeme Syms has been around Auckland Secondary School’s rugby for a long time and enjoyed much success. In 1992 he guided the First XV at Auckland Grammar School through an unbeaten season, which included success in the National Top Four tournament. The Grammar old boy then moved to King’s College where perhaps he achieved his [...]
In 2005 the King’s College First XV powered into the final of the 1A Auckland competition unbeaten. However thoughts of a first 1A championship in 37 years were a distant thought when King’s trailed perennial powerhouse Kelston Boys’ High School, 9-28 after 50 minutes of the decider. What happened next was truly remarkable.
King’s Collegian, 1957: “The abiding memory of 18 seasons is the imprint of the fire and enthusiasm of the coach on his teams: dynamic forwards, supplying the ball to backs who still believed in running and passing rather than kicking; defenders really flinching at a tackle; players at peak fitness; and a general “do or [...]
Kelston Boys High School: 13 (Cyrus Payne try, Matt Vaega 2 pen, 1 con) King’s College: 5 (Dylan Jakicevich try)
Mt Albert Grammar 24 (Wheriko Tawhiri, Irae Simone, Elias Goodhue tries; David Hala’ufia 3 pens) King’s College 15 (Tim Maskell, Kahu Ingram, Liam Vander Drift tries). Halftime: 6-5 Mt Albert
Played: 71 King’s College Won: 43 Wanganui Collegiate Won: 27 Drawn: 1 King’s College Biggest Win: 63-3, 1994. Wanganui Collegiate Biggest Win: 74-0, 1989. King’s College Most Wins In A Row: 13, 1943-1957. Wanganui Collegiate Most Wins In A Row: 6, 1937-1942.