Thursday, February 17, 2011

My Holiday Highlight

Well it all started on the 5th of February 2011. Me and my family went to watch this touch team called Tamaki College. The touch team was playing at Grey Lynn park.

As we arrived the teams were just about to play. Tamaki College was down one player, so my brothers girlfriend had to jump in and play for the team. It was the most funny game
I have been to. It was a mixed team of girls and boys. On the 2nd game they played, there was this boy that kept pushing all the players on the Tamaki College team. All the people
on the side line was telling them to push him back. He was even pushing the girls. The school he came from was called Mt Albert. I think that team Mt Albert is the name. I think it is. I’m pretty sure that’s the name. Well let’s get on with the story.

As It’s getting to the last half hour, Tamaki was in the lead. Mt Albert’s got the ball and they are going to score but here comes along a member of the Tamaki College team and tags the person , who has the ball. She gets him and then the games OVER!! But the people of Mt Albert team
was mad especially the boy with the ball. He got the ball and chucked it on the ground
and went to his side of the field. When the game was finished they all shook hands
and then they went down the hill to their next game. We left to go home.

On the way home we got some peaches. It was me and my auntie who got those peaches, and then we started eating all of them one at a time. They were so nice so we got some more. So me and my auntie was eating them on the way home and never shared it at all to my uncle and cousin. They were getting smart to us so we gave some to them.


Room 21 PES said...

Hi Aneisha
it sounds like you had a terrific holiday at the touch game. I wish I could go there one day.


Alexa Howie said...

Hey Aneisha!
This is a great post. It sounds like you had a lot of fun at the game! I wish I could have seen it. I bet those peaches tasted really good. I love fruit. Fruit is so refreshing. Keep up the good work! Your blog is so interesting!