Adegoke storms to rare golden sprint double
fighting including punches, kicks, elbows and knees. He won by unanimous decision after his opponent received a count in just the second round.
The teenager trains six days a week, for up to two hours, with coach Andrew Banham, of the Jackals Gym in Onekawa. He has been studying the Thailand martial art for eight years now.
McAdam represented New Zealand earlier this year in Bangkok, Thailand. He had returned with two gold medals and a silver from the International & Thai Martial Arts Games Festival.
Josh Adegoke (left) moved up a grade to join the senior “Twitches” of Toby Archer, Ben Allan and Wesley Akeripa in the 4x100m relay.
HGHS first XV celebrate a semifinal exit at the Youthtown Condor National Secondary Schools’ Sevens.
The Leans of Max Taylor (left), Reid Livinston and Oliver Marshall had a silver lining in the senior boys’ race.