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North-west rivals meet

CBHS prepare for St Andrew’s

„„ By Andrew King CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ High will take on St Bede’s tomorrow in the Connetics first XI football competition. Seventh placed CBHS put six goals past Rangiora last week and will be looking to keep their foot firmly to the floor when they meet sixth placed St Bede’s at 4pm. All games will be at the Christchurch Football Centre. CBHS coach Mick Braithwaite said after a slow start to the season, the team are starting to ramp things up. “The St Bede’s game will be a tough ask. The key for us to get three points is for our defence to continue their impressive record and we start scoring more of the chances we are creating,” he said. St Bede’s played out a 4-4 draw against Riccarton last week to help them retain sixth position on the table. Meanwhile, St Andrew’s will look to continue their winning way when they take on Riccarton at 7.30pm tomorrow. They moved into second position on the table with a solid 2-0 win over Lincoln last week. Burnside will have their work cut out for them when they face off against a rampaging St Thomas squad at 5.45pm. Burnside moved into third position on the table with a hard fought 2-2 draw against Shirley last week. Burnside will have a crack at the Connetics Shield tomorrow night, but will face staunch opposition from St Thomas who defended it for a second time with a 5-1 win over Papanui in round 6. Burnside coach David Williams said the shield challenge has come as a surprise as they have never played for it. Papanui will have a crack against third-placed Lincoln tomorrow at 4pm. •Last week we said Papanui was defeated 3-0 by St Thomas in last year’s fixture. It was Papanui who beat St Thomas 3-0. Points table 1. St Thomas, 12pts; 2. St Andrew’s, 12pts; 3. Lincoln, 11pts; 4. Burnside, 11pts; 5. Cashmere, 10pts; 6. St Bede’s, 10pts; 7. CBHS, 9pts; 8. Riccarton, 7pts; 9. Shirley, 7pts; 10. Middleton, 4pts; 11. Christ’s, 4pts; 12. Papanui, 3pts; 13. Rangiora, 3pts.

SPORTS „„ By Andrew King CHRISTCHURCH Boys’ High have a hard week ahead of them with a traditional rival looking to topple their season on Saturday. St Andrew’s will be looking to take points from top-of-thetable CBHS when they meet at the weekend. CBHS manager Rob Smith said it will be a tough game. “This will be a good test for the boys. They are definitely up to it; they love playing the game so the more the better,” he said. CBHS are currently top of the table in the UC Championship after a five try to four win over St Thomas on Saturday. Smith said the St Thomas match was very physical, but he didn’t expect anything less from the men from Middlepark Rd on their club day.

HARD SLOG: CBHS’s first XV got past St Thomas on Saturday 32-24, They will now play two games in four days. PHOTO: BRENDAN BIGGS

“They gave it their all – it was a great match,” he said. In the week’s other matches, Burnside were unable to get a point against Lincoln

on Saturday losing 15-0. Meanwhile, Shirley grabbed their second win of the season with a 17-8 victory over St Bede’s.

•Today CBHS will host rugby, hockey and football teams from Wellington College in the annual school exchange fixtures.

Rangi take Barwick Shield for first time „„ By Andrew King RANGI RURU’S first XI hockey team have won the Pat Barwick Shield for the first time in the school’s history with a great second half performance against Villa Maria on Friday night. The shield was named after Barwick, a ​former Black Sticks women’s captain from 1971-79, and came into existence in 2014. It is considered the Ranfurly Shield of high school women’s hockey. The first half of the game was a feeling out period at Marist Park. With Rangi slow out of the blocks, they found themselves defending a penalty corner within minutes of the first whistle. They turned it around in the second half, finding the back of the net four times to win the shield off their nearby rivals.

PROUD MOMENT: Pat Barwick (left) presents the shield named after her to winning Rangi Ruru captain Annabelle Wilson.

It was presented to captain Annabelle Wilson by Barwick herself. Rangi director of sport Jo Fogarty said it was a real buzz to

automatically on the line when playing the holder. Three challenges must be made each season. “We cannot wait to see who will take us on for it next,” Fogarty said.

have the shield on the line and they look forward to seeing who will challenge them for it first. The shield has to be chal3 it is not lenged for by schools,

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