Old Boys Achievements 2017














Hugh deLacy has won the Speed Shear Senior Title at the World Shearing and Woolhandling Championships held in Invercargill (February 2017).

Will Jordan former Christchurch Boys' High School First XV star, who turned 19 on Friday, has joined Tasman for the upcoming Mitre 10 Cup season. He has signed a two-year contract. Tasman chief executive Tony Lewis said Jordan, a strong running fullback with a knack of scoring tries, had been on their radar for the past two years. He was a standout performer for the Christchurch Boys' High School First XV in 2015, scoring 19 tries in 11 games to finish the UC Championship as the competition's leading try-scorer. Read more

If there was ever any doubt why, at the age of 19, Will Jordan belongs playing Christchurch Metro Division One rugby, he cemented his spot in emphatic style last weekend. The fleet-footed fullback scored four of Christchurch's 10 tries in a 62-8 win over Marist Albion to be first equal on the try-scoring table. Click here to read more

Quinn Clinton Canterbury Rams guard has landed a scholarship with US college the University of New Mexico.
The 17-year-old point guard signed with the NCAA division one team during a recent visit to the US, where he visited numerous colleges interested in securing his services. Clinton, who turns 18 this month and recently wrapped up secondary school at Christchurch Boys' High School, will play for the Rams in the NBL this season, before leaving for the US in August. At 1.90m tall, Clinton captained the Junior Tall Blacks to the Oceania under-18 title last month, which secured a berth to this year's under-19 World Cup for just the second time. Click here to read more.

Josh McKay and Will Jordan have been selected in the NZ 20's squad to play in the U20 Oceania Tournament to be held on the Gold Coast starting 28 May 2017 click here for more.

Josh McKay and Will Jordan were part of the New Zealand team who won the World Rugby U20 Championship 2017 Title click here for more.

Paul Coll New Zealand's top men's player has enjoyed a stellar past year, rising to a career-high of 12 in the world rankings and in doing so has started to reap the financial benefits for his hard-earned graft. In December, the 25-year-old West Coast-raised Coll, who shifted to Canterbury as a teenager, achieved his largest pay day since turning pro in 2011, collecting US$16,000 (NZD$21,978) after taking out the St George's Hill Classic in Surrey, England. Click here to read more.