Premier Teams Through to Finals

August 17, 2015 at 12:44 PM

After an outstanding winter sports season, the College has four of its premier sports teams chasing Auckland competition titles this week.

The Premier Girls’ Netball team and Girls’ Football 1st XI are through to their respective finals, which will be played on Wednesday.

The netballers have won every game this season in the Auckland Premier competition, scoring 513 goals and allowing just 288. They face Mt Albert Grammar in the final at AMI Netball Centre on Wednesday night at 7pm. Our Senior A team will also play MAGS in the final of the Premier 2 division.

The Girls’ Football 1st XI have qualified for the final of the Auckland Knockout Cup. They will take on Mt Albert Grammar at 6pm on Wednesday at Seddon Field, Western Springs.

The 1st XV Rugby team defeated Sacred Heart 20-3 in the semi-finals of the 1A competition on Saturday. Our boys finished top of the table with eight wins and just one loss, amassing 468 points and conceding 126. They will meet Auckland Grammar in the decider for the fourth straight year at Eden Park on Saturday at 2.45pm.

The Boys’ Football 1st XI are currently top of the premier ladder with one match remaining. They play second-placed Sacred Heart this Friday in the final round. Sacred Heart has a game in hand, meaning we need to win to guarantee the title, or a draw to make Sacred Heart win their final match.

Pull on your blue and whites from head to toe and get along to the games to support our teams!

Netball Finals on Wednesday at AMI Netball Centre, St Johns
Senior A v Mt Albert Grammar, 6pm
Premiers v Mt Albert Grammar, 7pm

Girls’ Football Knock Out Cup Final
1st XI v Mt Albert Grammar, 6pm on Wednesday at Seddon Fields, Western Springs

Boys’ Football Final Round Match
1st XI v Sacred Heart at 6pm on Friday at Bill McKinley Park

Rugby Final
1st XV v Auckland Grammar at 2.45pm on Saturday at Eden Park. There will be transport available from the College, check the website and Facebook page later in the week for more details. 

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