In a contest between the School House Boys and the Day Boys played with an appreciative and vocal audience, the School House Boys narrowly came out on top 29 – 27.
The third of the pool games in Winter Tournament week the team faced Nga Tawa College at North Harbour Hockey.
Though both teams had scored 1 each in the first quarter, Nga Tawa scored 4 more in the next three quarters.
In the second of the pool matches of the NISS Netball, MAGS Premiers faced Macleans College at the North Shore Netball centre. It was an easy win 53 – 13 after beating Mt Maunganui College in the morning 30 – 25.
A first for Mount Albert Grammar School being represented by a team of 4 in the sport of curling, which most resembles “ice bowls” out at Paradice Ice Rink.
The brief is similar in that they are aiming for the outlined circles in the ice and trying to have the most “stones” near the middle of the circle.
A promising 5 – 0 lead to MAGS in the first half was victim to two quick tries to St Peter’s just before halftime.
The final score was 19 – 13 to St Peter’s College.
A 3 – 0 score line to the MAG Slavia team who played the MAGS Hearts team at Avondale Race Course belied the intensity of the competition.
Two goals in 5 minutes was the start of the game at Western Springs in the 14A2 grade championship. Then an added extra all in the first half.
A penalty to Western Springs saw them score a goal towards the end of the second half.
Full time score: 3 – 1.