100 Games for Onslow Captain Holly Kelman – A Proud Achievement

Onslow College First XI captain Holly Kelman only found out about her milestone in the build-up to last Wednesday’s final regular season Regional Premier 1 Capital Football Trophy league match against Paraparaumu. “It was a big surprise, they just announced it when we were all together and warming up for our ... More

CSW Football Update

Wellington Girls’ pip Onslow in Regional Girls Tournament decider Premier league co-leaders Wellington Girls’ College were pushed all the way by Onslow College in the final before being crowned champions of last week’s College Sport Wellington run Girls Football Regional Tournament. Wellington Girls’ College ... More

Fuji Xerox Football Report

There is no change to the 2019 pecking order after three rounds of the Trevor Rigby Cup. Last year’s finalists Hutt International Boys’ School (HIBS) and Scots College sit pretty at the top of the table with a hat-trick of convincing victories. On Saturday Scots beat Rongotai College 3-0 and HIBS defeated St ... More

Double Delight For Town In Wellington Traditional

Football Two goals in the last ten minutes earned Town a thrilling 4-2 victory. Four goals were scored in the last quarter as Wellington rallied from 2-0 down to square the ledger only for Town to rediscover their groove and win the George Adams Trophy for 2020. It was a back and forth encounter throughout most of the ... More

1st XI Boys Football – Players to Watch

First XI football is two weeks into grading fixtures and already a number of players are making a strong impression and are expected to capture headlines for their respective schools in 2020. Owen Barnett (Scots College) - Born in Northern Ireland, and growing up in the UK before moving to New Zealand, Owen is an ... More

Jelley Chomping at the bit for Football

Football is back and the Hutt International Boys’ School (HIBS) First XI will be seeking to make a seventh consecutive Trevor Rigby Cup final when the premiership kicks off next term. Maintaining such consistently won’t be easy with nine players departed from the team that was runners-up to Scots College last ... More

Sporting students staying motivated during Lockdown (Part 3)

What does the lockdown mean for sporting students? How has it affected them and what are they doing to stay fit and motivated? Two more local sports students are Toby Cook (Wellington College), who spent the summer preparing to travel with his school’s rugby party to Argentina and Jacob Madigan (St Patrick’s ... More

Capital Footballs Home Workout Programmes

During these hard times we all need to follow the health officials advice and STAY HOME. That's why our friends at Capital Football have put together 2 separate programmes on how you can continue to train during isolation. Everything from the different ways you can train yourself to full week schedules, these programmes ... More

Onslow College footballers representing New Zealand in April

Two Onslow College footballers are preparing to represent the New Zealand U16 football team Pepi Olliver-Bell (year 11) and Olivia Ingham (year 10) will be part of the 18-strong NZ Secondary Schoolgirls Football Association squad that also includes two Wellington East Girls’ College players, Anna McCarthy and Sammi ... More

Natalie Olson Striking Success In Football And Futsal

Natalie Olson was the joint golden boot winner at last year’s NZSS Lotto Premier Tournament and her Wellington East Girls’ College side finished 28th of 32 teams. The now-year 13 striker found the back of the net nine times in Taupo, the same number as Hannah Pilley from tournament-winning school Baradene College. ... More