Mungo Mason : Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

Mungo Mason

Rugby

Born in Scotland, Mungo came to Tauranga when he was two years old with his family. He attended Tauranga Boys’ College where he was Head Prefect in Year 13. Mungo has now been playing rugby for eight years and says he loves the camaraderie the sport offers. He has played in national competitions and has competed at a New Zealand representative level. He says that while rugby is a physical sport, at a higher level the mental side becomes equally important to develop. His rugby achievements include captaining the Tauranga Boys’ College 1st XV, Bay of Plenty U-18 and the Chiefs U-18s. He was also named Bay of Plenty U-18s player of the year and the New Zealand Barbarians Most Valuable Player. As well as excelling in rugby, Mungo has also shown his talents representing New Zealand in the U-20 Men’s Waterpolo, being the Tauranga Youth Parliament Representative, and leading and directing an anti-binge drinking campaign. This year Mungo is studying a Bachelor of Laws with a second major in International Management. More recently Mungo has been involved with starting his own charity called 'Flatting for Change' a student run charity which gives university students the opportunity to be charitable in a small way.

Achievements

Waikato U19 - 22/09/2014
New national U19 provincial tournament.
Waikato Colts - 20/10/2014
Game v Canterbury Colts

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