I am privileged to have been Captain and lead the Mighty Marsden Whanau for 2019. We are currently placed first and are fighting to stay on top of Grey and take the first win for Marsden in over 30 years. …
It has been a privilege to lead Marsden together in 2017, and we are extremely proud to have placed third, up two places on the previous year. Whangarei Boys’ High School’s up-and-coming premier whanau has had a very strong and pleasing performance in the 2017 lnter-Whanau Competition.
It was an incredible honour to be named Whanau Captain of Grey for 2017. It was a goal I have strived towards since my junior years at WBHS and I was incredibly proud to see it out.
Receiving the whanau captain role this year was an immense honour and I have enjoyed my time in the role. Julian (last year’s whanau captain) managed to lead the boys to victory last year, and with a long history of victory, I knew I had big boots to fill. I will now recap my journey to failure.
This year, as Bledisloe Whanau Captain, has been a privilege and an honour. I knew coming into this position I had a legacy to uphold, the continuation of Bledisloe’s success, coming second to Carruth by half a point in 2016.