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First time a winner
Winning team: ACG Strathallan College's boys hockey XI won the recent
Woolaston Trophy secondary schoolboy tournament.
For the first time in the school s
10 year history, ACG Strathallan
College entered a team in the
national secondary schools hockey
tournament -- and won!
The boys XI hockey team, along
with support crew, travelled to
Stratford during August for the
Woolaston Trophy secondary
schoolboy tournament to play
against a number of secondary
schools from around the country.
It was an intense week, with a
total of six games being played
over five days.
Finals day was a dramatic and
exciting finish to the competition,
with a 1-1 draw after 50 minutes.
After an extra 15 minutes for
golden goal, the teams still could
not be separated. The game went
to strokes with the Strathallan
boys winning the strokes to win
the game 5-3.
Player of the day was Matthew
Whitmore, goalie, for his brilliant
saves during the stroke off play.
Dilan Madhav, who scored eight
goals during the tournament, was
named Strathallan s player of the
tournament and Bradley O Cal-
laghan was named umpire of the
This result was a resounding
success for the coaches, Hugo
Fourie and Sanjay Madhav, and
It was a fantastic experience to
be part of this team. The boys
were excellent ambassadors for
the school on and off the field, an
enormously proud Hugo says.
Apart from the experiences on
the turf during the tournament,
the boys had some great
experiences off-turf including
travelling up Mt Taranaki to see
the snow, ten pin bowling, swim-
ming and meeting hockey boys
from around the country.
It was a great experience and
one that has certainly had an
impact on the players.
Knowing that I helped to lead
the hockey team to win our first
tournament is a highlight of my
school sporting career, team cap-
tain, Dilan Madhav says.
I feel that we have started a
great tradition for Strathallan,
Lewis Griffin adds.
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