National Mall in Washington DC and Times Square in New York, was pretty amazing. We were also lucky enough to go to two professional sports games – one American football, and one baseball.” The squad visited Washington DC, Virginia, and New York, playing games at Woodberry Forest School (a 1200-acre boarding school with its own golf course), St Christopher’s School, Boys’ Latin School of Maryland, Riverdale
stadiums, in very hot conditions. We learnt quickly how to adapt.” Before or after each game, the boys were often either hosted on a half-day of sightseeing, or spent time with their opponents at after match functions. There was also time for more serious sightseeing. “For most of us it was our first time in the US, and to see that culture and the scale of places like the
Country School, and Trinity- Pawling School before heading to Canada, where they played Selwyn House School in Montreal and St George’s School in Vancouver. Apart from welcoming his American friends to Christchurch in 2019, Jordy is looking forward to a sterling football season at College.
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