Art Works of the Week
Art Works of the Week
1st XI Football v New Plymouth BHS Match Report
Boys' High played New Pymouth Boys' High yesterday, losing 2 - 1. Boys' High got off to a solid start, dominating the game from the get-go, however several chances on goal went begging. Against the run of play, New Plymouth pounced on a defensive error to open the scoring, just before half time.
In the 2nd half, Boys' High again had more of the game and were able to pepper the New Plymouth goal, with no reward. New Plymouth stuck to their game plan of playing long balls and found the back of the net to make it 2 nil.
Jaeden Shaw immediately struck back with a well taken shot to take the score to 2 1, however, despite good work from strikers (Josh Davenport, Kay Kay Adeyinka and Jacob Cranston) Boys' High could not find an equaliser.
PNBHS Prem A vs NPBHS (Game 19)
Congratulations to Year 13 student Hayden Kennedy, who has picked up an electrical apprenticeship with Couchmans Electrical. Through the Gateway programme Hayden has had the opportunity to gain relevant electrical qualifications and his one-day-per-week work placement with Couchmans has allowed him to investigate this career pathway.
Congratulations to Year 12 student Cam Pomana, who has been selected in the New Zealand under 17 Water Polo team. Cam will travel with the team to Montenegro and Croatia in July and August to play against a range of European sides.
Team Time Venue Result
1st XV 12.30pm No. 1 Won 19-12
2nd XV 10.30am Coronation Park Lost 32-17
Colts 10.30am Coronation Park Lost 37-13
1st XI 12.00noon Massey University Lost 2-1
2nd XI 10.00am Skoglund Park Won 3-0
Premier A 12.00noon Arena Won 95-46
Junior A 10.00am Arena Won 74-51
1st XI 11.15am Turf Won 4-1
Congratulations to Josiah Nevell (left), Keun Hee Lee (centre) and Harrison Ward (right) who were named as Prefects at assembly this morning and presented with their Prefect's badges.
This week's assembly book review was presented by Mr Moore. Rather than a specific book, Mr Moore reviewed well known author, Greg Iles. Mr Moore explained that he had found several of Iles' novels hard to put down, - in particular The Quiet Game, Turning Angel and The Devil's Punchbowl. Mr Moore also mentioned the recently published Natchez Burning trilogy (Natchez Burning, The Bone Tree, Mississippi Blood) that he found captivating. The school library stocks a number of titles by Greg Iles, and these are popular with both staff and our young men.