Flanker Willis Scott was the outstanding forward on the
paddock and played a key role in Taieri's record-breaking win
in the final.
It was blitzkrieg rugby. Captain Charlie O'Connell led the
Taieri assault on the University A line and his troops
followed his example.
Pre-race favourite Peter Meffan (Caversham) left it all on
the course as he won a third consecutive senior men's Otago
cross-country title at Waikouaiti Racecourse on Saturday.
Taieri continued its remarkable return to Dunedin premier
rugby with a record-breaking 51-6 win on Saturday.
Otago Boys' High School celebrated a 50th consecutive win in
the Highlanders First XV competition when it beat Menzies
College 53-7 yesterday.
Kings won its third game in the Highlanders First XV top
eight competition when it beat Waitaki Boys 30-17 at Oamaru
A shell shocked University A was outplayed by a rampant
Taieri team that won the club's third Dunedin premier rugby
banner in four years.
Losing last year's final to Dunedin could be the catalyst to
help Taieri win its third championship in four years.
The inside back combination of Nick Ealey and Peter Breen
will be playing together for the first time at Forsyth Barr
Promising Otago athlete Andrew Trembath has the backing of
his family in his bid to become an Olympic swimmer.
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