Timaru Boys' High School has dominated Waitaki Boys' High School in their annual winter sports exchange.
Held in extremely wet conditions, several sporting contests were cancelled, including hockey and football.
The 129th clash between the First XVs went Timaru's way 27-3, while the Second XV also won easily, 22-7.
The TBHS basketball team had a comfortable 51-40 win, with Oakley Campbell impressing in his first senior game.
Jackson Smith rebounded well and James Nichol also shone.
The junior team was not so fortunate, going down 47-34 after Waitaki ran away at the end
Harry McBride was a standout for the home team.
The senior debating team had a win when they took the affirmative on "That gumboots did more for New Zealand than politicians ever have". Will Johnson was judged best speaker.
However, the junior team did not fare as well, losing to Waitaki.
The TBHS badminton team had a good day, fielding their strongest lineup in quite some time with other sports cancelled.
They won 5-1, with Tom Deeley and Roland Mak impressing.
The entire squash team was very clinical in their 4-0 win.
The chess team also performed well, with comprehensive wins in both the juniors and the seniors.
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