Pukekohe pool players world champions

Six players from Masse in Pukekohe represented New Zealand at the VNEA World Junior Championships for pool in Sioux City, Iowa at the end of June.
Not only did they compete against nearly 300 players in a variety of disciplines, but three of them came away with new titles at the June competition.
Thirteen year old Zabian Jeram won the U14 male division, beating fellow Kiwi Riley O’Donnell from Taranaki.
Rachael Harwood, 12, won the U14 female division, beating defending world champion and also New Zealander, Alyxandra Jones.
Geffrina Harwood, 18 won the U18 female division.
Te Ahu Phillips and his brother Jarrell Phillips, also from Pukekohe took part in the Championships, as did 15 year old Luxman Jeram.

Rachael Harwood

Zabian Jeram

Geffrina Harwood.

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