Sunday, June 22, 2008

Tamaki Int. - Week Eigth Update, Term 2.

This week at Tamaki Intermediate School...
Thursday: The Girls Basketball team have a 4-1 record going into competition against the unbeaten St Kentigern College 'A'. This will be a tough game against one of the top teams in the competition. In the last two games Tamaki's Girls are averaging 71.5 points but St Kents are setting the pace in the competition... their defence has been superb and they have some of the most dangerous attacking players in the competition...only one team can win! We will have a full report on Thursday, including highlights...
Friday: In our final game before the Auckland Finals we host Kedgley Intermediate School Friday lunchtime. This is the Open Grade Girls last guarnteed home game of 2008 and the team will be looking for a good performance before the Auckland finals. We'll have the highlights online late in the week.

Those of you following our 'Learn to Speak Samoan Videos' will have checked out Video 5 - we'll its not often that Mr Webb makes a mistake but its happened for the first time in 2008! The 'real; video 5 will be posted online tomorrow. The out-take video thats online is the wrong one! Occassionally we have a few technical errors but there's been a tape switchero, and once Im back at school on Monday all will be fixed up.

In Week Nine of School of School (thats Tuesday 1st July 2008) Tamaki Intermediate have a huge event where our School and Room Six are hosting the Auckland Girls Champion of Champions Finals! Most of our class will be there for the day helping run this event which will have the top eight Girls Rugby teams in Auckland at both Under 55kg and Open Grade level. There will be something in the region of 300 students... a huge event that we'll have full footage of on tamakitoday.

1 comment:

Britt Gow said...

Well done all at Tamaki Intermediate School - and best of luck with your upcoming sports events! Thanks Mr Webb for visiting our Year 7 blog - perhaps we could organise a video link with Tamaki school one day?