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It was a record win for Silverstream in the First XV rugby, but Town claimed overall honours in the St Patrick's College sports exchange in Wellington this afternoon.
St Pat's Town have scored their second win against Silverstream in five days winning the annual traditional fixture 4-2 at Evan Bay Park artificial.
On Saturday, Town beat Silverstream 2-0 in blustery conditions at the same venue. Nathan Simes scored both goals for the hosts, punishing the visitors inaccurate finishing. Silverstream struck the woodwork three times.
Today Simes bagged a hat-trick as Town repeated their success from the corresponding fixture a year ago.
Silverstream started brightly and Ben Taylor opened the visitors account after 15 minutes.
Town rallied and took a 2-1 lead to the interval.
Silverstream levelled the scores with a Jack Antonopoulos goal and pressed forward aggressively knowing a draw was not good enough to regain the trophy,
Short at the back, Town made Silverstream pay on the counter attack and Captain Samuel Mitrakas was an additional goal scorer.
The top four of the Wellington Premiership will be resolved this Saturday with only three points separating the top five teams. Only the leading four schools are contenders to win the title.
St Patrick's College, Silverstream has crushed St Patrick's College, Wellington by a record score of 52-10 to capture a clean sweep of their annual traditional fixtures for just the 11th time since 1931.
Silverstream remains unbeaten in Premier I and are overwhelming favourites to defend their title after their 18th win a row locally.
The visitors started ominously when second-five Maika Fifita made a clean bust off a lineout and raced 40-metres to touch down under the sticks.
Wing Fritz Rayasi dropped ball over the line two minutes later as Silverstream were rampant early.
Town regrouped and held Silverstream to 7-3 five minutes until halftime. Prop Jeremiah Tuiatua was busy and his bust created a chance which Keelan Whitman failed to grasp.
Boston Christe kicked a penalty to close the gap to 7-3 and narrowly missed to the right with his second attempt.
Town’s lineout was wobbly and just before the break Iona Apineru collected a loose throw and backhanded to prop Chris Hemi who charged over.
From the kickoff Silverstream first five Sam Clark retrieved a half-volley pass and glided into a hole, reaching the 22. Silverstream won a penalty and from the tap stretched play to the opposite wing where Raysai dotted down.
The halftime score was 19-3 to Silverstream.
Silverstream captain and No.8 Like Mannix scored a soft try, breaking a tackle and galloping 20-metres to start the second spell.
At this point Town's will was broken and the floodgates opened.
Centre Scott Svenson and lock Neyla Masima scored long range solo tries and reserve halfback Swayde Brightwell made the most of his brief appearance by grabbing a double, including the last try which brought up the record score.
Christian Stenhouse was the solitary try scorer for Town.
Silverstream and Town have played each other annually since the two St Patrick's College’s split in 1931. Silverstream have won 62 matches and Town 19 with five draws.
Stream have only lost twice to Town in the annual fixture since 1997 and today achieved their highest score against, Town passing the 50-14 win in 2004.
In 1988, Silverstream beat Town by the same margin of 42 points, but the score was 48-6.
Silverstream has completed their 11th Grand Slam, going through their annual traditional matches undefeated. The other seasons in which a Grand Slam occurred were: 1933, 1936, 1937, 1952, 1953, 1955, 1967, 1985, 1988 and 2017.
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