Between 1943 and 1948, Trevor McMahon attended Wellington Technical College as an Engineering Student. It was however in sport he exceled and was a member of both the rugby first XV and cricket first XI. Within six years of leaving school he began playing first class cricket and in 1955-56 represented played for the New Zealand cricket side on its inaugural tour of India and Pakistan before playing two Test against the West Indies at home. In doing so he became the seventh and to date last male Test cricketer to have come out from this school. The 88 year-old McMahon sat down with the Wellington High School archivist Carey Clements to discuss his time at the school, which when he first began, was in the middle of World War Two.