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Player Siale Pahulu

Full Name
Siale Pahulu
Date of Birth
Jul 23, 2007
  1. Centre
Warriors Years Active
  1. 2024
St Kentigern College
Signed From
St Kentigern College


2022 - St Kentigern College 1st XV
2022 - Auckland Blues U16
2024 - Warriors Harold Matthews
2024 - Harold Matthews Champions
Y7/8 Zone Athletics
19th November 2019

Our students did very well in the zone athletics with some students and our 4 relay teams going to the Auckland Schools Championships where they competed against the very best athletes from every other school.
Year 7 Boys 2nd in relay final
Year 8 Boys 5th in relay final
Siale Pahulu 1st in discuss and shot put and set two new Auckland records!
Jemima Oliva-Teo 2nd in shot put.
A big thanks to our coaching team – Leigh, Fred, Bond and Robert.

September 21, 2022

Six named in Blues U18 side​


A number of students from east Auckland schools have been selected for the Blues rugby U18 development squad.

Six students from local schools have been named in the Blues rugby U18 development squad.

Harry Fayers, Ezekiel Kolo, Tevita Naufahu, Xavi Taele and Dickie Terepo, all from Saint Kentigern College, and Lazarus Papalii of Botany Downs Secondary College were named in the side.

There is also a good showing of local students in the Auckland U18 South-East girls’ team with Ffion Penney (Howick College), Keana Farani (Howick College) Kiritea Te Reo (Botany Downs Secondary College), Kristal Taufui (Howick College), Na-Keisha Somfan (Howick College), Nora Caffery (Saint Kentigern College), Rochelle Christie (Howick College), Sina Mariner (Howick College) and Tina Fale (Howick College) named in the side.

In the Auckland U16 East side, there were 13 students named – Aiden Roy (Macleans College), Benny Moughan (Saint Kentigern College), Cassius Faimanatu (Botany Downs Secondary College), Conner Bowden (Botany Downs Secondary College), Frazer Brown (Saint Kentigern College), Hame Palelei (Saint Kentigern College), Kees Kolose (Saint Kentigern College), Nick Petelo (Macleans), Rhymen Tusi (Pakuranga College), Riley Grant-Faiva (Saint Kentigern College), Siale Pahulu (Saint Kentigern College), VJ Brown (Saint Kentigern College) and Zephaniah Lototau (Saint Kentigern College).


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