Auckland stuff.co.nz Farewell to Alfriston Auckland stuff.co.nz Alfriston College opened in 2004, along with Botany Downs Secondary College, and was one of the first state secondary schools to open in Auckland since 1979.
“Rāhina 28 Whiringa-ā-Nuku 2013 TVNZ Today their last training session at King's College in Auckland was held and Peata Melbourne went to see how their preparations were coming along. RLWC 2013: Kiwis beat raging Samoa.”
“Auckland have high hopes for Hickey TVNZ The talented sportsman could just have easily chosen a cricket career after being named the Gillette Player of the year - the highest honour in New Zealand schoolboy cricket - in 2011 and 2012 while...”
King's College is an independentsecondary school in New Zealand. It was originally a boys-only school but also admits girls (since 1980) in the sixth and seventh forms (Years 12 and 13). The school has strong links to the Anglican church; the Anglican Bishop of Auckland, and the Dean of Auckland are permanent members of the school's Board Of Governors. The school caters for both boarding and day students. The College is a member of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference. The school is also a member of the G20 Schools Group.
I travelled up to Auckland on the weekend to watch my son Jonah play for his school, King's College against Auckland Grammar. I videoed the haka to bring back and share a moment that was my first experience of being at ...
History was created on Saturday, August 20th 2001 when St Kentigern College won their first 1A Championship, defeating King's College by just 9-3 at the Merton Road grounds. The wet conditions made for a tight game that ...
“Councillors oppose $1b freight corridor New Zealand Herald Auckland councillors oppose a $1 billion-plus freight corridor through South Auckland turning into a motorway and want to find "feasible options" to cope with heavy congestion through the...”
“Rugby: Hickey's code shift paying off for Auks New Zealand Herald Quick lesson: The Gillette Cup is the mark of supremacy for high school cricket in New Zealand and when Simon Hickey played for King's College they won the tournament in 2010 and 2011.”
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Auckland stuff.co.nz High note for prodigy Auckland stuff.co.nz The Sollertinsky Trio was only formed this year, with the Chamber Music Contest in mind, after Matthias met fellow trio members violinist Ray Ong, 16, from Westlake Boys High School...
“Rugby: Lowe family back in spotlight New Zealand Herald Derek returned home in June and every Saturday since has travelled to Auckland to watch Lowe's youngest brother, Jonah, play for King's College and various Auckland age group teams.”
They also snapped a six-game losing run against King's College. Grammar was unlucky to lose the first fixture by, 3-6, after dominating in the forwards. In the second game, Grammar won a “fast, open game” by 6-0.
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