Tuesday, June 3, 2008

TCTV : Tamaki College : Year 10 Contemporary Dance

This is TCTV reporting from assembly on Friday 30th May 2008. The Year 10 Maori class did an amazing job of performing their own contemporary dance routine to the rest of the school.

Camera work - Nevada

TCTV : Tamaki College : Assembly on Traffic Light Decisions

This is TCTV at an exciting assembly here at Tamaki College.
Here the prefects are showing us what good decision making is all about.
Great acting guys !!!
Camera work - Nevada.

TCTV : Tamaki College : Assembly on Good Exam Behaviour

This is TCTV reporting from assembly at Tamaki College.
We have our prefects acting out what is good and bad exam behaviour..... guess our exams are coming up then !!!

Camera work - Nevada.

TCTV : Tamaki College : 1st 15 V Kelston

TCTV reporting from the Thursday afternoon match here at Tamaki College.
Write up by Mr. Harris
Camera work - Pene, Aquilla, Emma, Leon.

2.30 KO – brilliantly fine, Big crowd –early finish to school, Our sponsors (NZ Glen Innes Police) out in force – really good feel.

Kelston pack huge – bigger as apack than St Pauls and St Kents.

Tamaki dominated territory and procession for most of the first half. Semisi Ahoafi landed two early penalties from close range for a 6–0 lead. Simon Suaesi scored a try from a set move which was then upgraded to a penalty try. The conversion made it 13-0 to Tamaki. With five minutes to go in the half Kelston convert a penalty, but Tamaki respond with a try to Steven Sioneuesile from broken play and involving numerous inter passing. 20–3 to Tamaki at half time.

The second half saw the Kelston forward pack really muscle up and make yards. Kelston score a converted try from close range after constant pressure and the momentum in the game has changed – 20-10. More Kelston pressure is rewarded with a drop goal and then another well taken try out wide. Only good Tamaki scrambling defence is keeping Tamaki in the game. 20-18 to Tamaki.

At last Tamaki were able to mount an attack 20 minutes into the second half and a try from a charge down kick is denied by an earlier Tamaki knock on. Kelston had a chance to take the lead with three minutes to go, but the penalty went wide. Tamaki finished with a late surge, which finished just short – but time was up and Tamaki scraped home 20-18.

This was a physical, yet skilled game which produced a tight result. The game was well refereed by Pat Drum who was clear and accurate with his decisions. Thanks must go to the 1st XV sponsors – NZ Police (Glen Innes station), who turned out to support the Teams and made for a great occasion.

TCTV : Tamaki College : Rugby League v Botany

TCTV reporting from the Rugby Lague match here at Tamaki College. The match against Botany was on Wednesday 28th May 2008. The boys played a clean game and it was a fair match from both sides. Tamaki College won this high scoring match.
Camera work and editing by John Maria.