Back to Back wins for Waiuku College rugby



untitledOn Saturday August 29 the boys won a hard fought battle against a d etermined St Kentigern’s College team 17-0, to become the 2015 Auckland Secondary School U60kg 6C-Grade Champions.
They then turned up last Saturday to win the Counties Secondary School competition beating Rosehill College and Pukekohe High School. The team didn’t concede any points in their finals.
The team have had a fantastic season playing with skill, determination and passion. Special thanks to the coaches Dion Cassidy & Hayden Setchfield .
Not to be outdone, the U69kg team came second in the Auckland Secondary Schools’ U69kg 5C-Grade competition, being beaten in the last minute by Pakuranga College 27-26.
untitledDetermined to put that loss behind them they turned up last Saturday to put on a great display of skilled rugby, beating both Rosehill College and Pukekohe High School teams to become the 2015 U69kg Counties Secondary School Champions.

Special thanks to the coaches Hamish Pyne & Joe Dawson.

Photos and story: Jennifer Foy





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