Monday, September 26, 2011


Mitchel Tate Musso was (born July 9, 1991), Mitchel Tate Musso made his Hollywood film debut in Secondhand Lions, alongside his brother Marc. Before Musso was cast in Secondhand Lions, he had been in several films beforehand: Am I Cursed? as Richie and The Keyman as a cub scout both in 2002. Musso also starred in three episodes of King of the Hill as the voice of Bobby Hill's friend Curt in the episodes "The Powder Puff Boys" and "Bobby Rae" as well as the surfer kid in "Four Wave Intersection" in 2007. In addition to his role as Oliver Oken in Disney Channel's Hannah Montana, Musso also voices Jeremy Johnson in Phineas and Ferb, a boy whom Phineas's sister, Candace (Ashley Tisdale) has a crush on.


Ma'a Allan Nonu was born 21 May 1982, (place of birth Wellington, New Zealand), (age 29, nickname Skux). Nonu played on the wing for much of the 2005 Super 12, with Conrad Smith preferred as Umaga's midfield partner. Standout performances included a hat trick against 2004 Super 12 champions the Brumbies. Nonu played at second five-eighth for the Possibles in the 2005 All Blacks trial, scoring two tries and setting up two more to inspire the Possibles to an upset win over the Probables. He played in the second Test against the 2005 British and Irish Lions as a substitute, replacing Sitiveni Sivivatu on the wing. He again missed selection for the 2005 Tri Nations.


Sonny Bill Williams was born on 3 August 1985 (full name Sonny William Williams, nickname SBW/SUPERMAN), in Auckland, New Zealand, the son of John and Lee. He is of Samoan descent on his father's side. He grew up in the Auckland suburb of Mount Albert and attended Owairaka Primary School, Wesley Intermediate, and Mount Albert Grammar School. Though his father was an accomplished rugby league player, Williams said it was his mother who introduced him to the game. In July 2008 SBW left Australia and joined the French rugby union club Taulon, city salary cap concerns in a controversial exit.

Friday, September 23, 2011


Daniel William Carter was born on 5 March 1982 in Southbridge, a small town in the South Island of New Zealand. He attended Ellesmere College and Christchurch Boys High School. Dan has one older sister, Sarah. He has admitted to being a shy and quiet young man who kept grand aspirations to himself. His great uncle was Canterbury and All Black half back William(Bill) Dalley. Bill Dalley was a member of the 1924–25 Invincibles All Black Team to Great Britain and later was a prominent Canterbury rugby administrator. In 2003, Carter made his All Blacks debut at age 21 in Hamilton, New Zealand, scoring 20 points against Wales. He was then capped against France in Christchurch, which the All Blacks won 31–23. He was also a substitute in a match against Australia (the Wallabies) in Sydney, which the All Blacks won 50–21. On 27 November 2010, after scoring a halfway penalty against Wales, Carter became the highest point scorer of all time, overtaking England's Jonny Wilkinson's previous record of 1,178 although Wilkinson took the record back on 26 February 2011 against France.

Aussie Rules

When we went to Aussie Rules we put all our things down and we started listening to the rules. We only had to do the hand pass and the drop punt, that’s the rules of the game. The hand pass is simple which means you can learn it easily, we just pretend we had an ice-cream and squish it on the little rugby ball, and it flies off. The drop punt is kind of hard but I tried it and it went some where else, so here is a tip get a rugby ball, the drop punt is like a drop kick but you have to kick the curves.

This is the time when we start doing some worm ups. Megan taught us how to play Ninja Knees and the Bump Off game.

After that we started a game, it’s just like baseball but we had to bounce a small rugby ball between the basses. So I had a turn after Turuhira, and my team had 8, and at the end we had 28 points.

Thursday, September 22, 2011


I am really proud of the rugby 7's boys because they won all their games, and they are really talented. They are like brothers because they work together and they win together. The rugby 7's boys are really proud of themselves. Rugby 7's boys are proud of their coach.

Friday, September 16, 2011


Wow I was so amazed because of the opening of the RWC. I jumped up and down because it had finally started. After there was the boy who was playing rugby, he tackled all the men that was acting too. Then he walked down the carpet filled with the best rugby players from the past. After that the fireworks started and there was music in it, and people played it because they were proud of themselves. There were other people that were in a band and there was a quire too. The fireworks was really fascinating because it had a lot of detail in it.

ALL BLACKS vs TONGA!!!!!! All Blacks vs Tonga was really awesome for the ALL BLACKS!!!!! because the ALL BLACKS WON!!!!!, it was really tough for Tonga because they had 10-41.

ALL BLACKS loved everyone who went to Eden Park and supported them, and they were proud because they WON!!!!! After the game they all cheered and clapped and they all went crazy because All Blacks won.

Then they talked about how they did it and how they were working as a awesome. BLACK OUT EVERYTHING BECAUSE ALL BLACKS WON, sorry Tonga you’ll win another day. ALL BLACKS HOPE YOU GO TO THE FINALS.

Monday, September 5, 2011


On Fathers Day I said to my Dad, “HAPPY FATHERS DAY, DAD!” My family were together and had some fun. When we finished church we went to my Uncles house and we ate taro, steak, salad and some chicken soup! After eating we went to play outside. We played some kicks with my dad, and he’s into playing with us too. When I kicked it to my big sister I accidentally kicked it to my little brother. My dad is really into boxing too so when he was young he boxed in many fights and he won four trophy’s and he was so happy!