7 Results for month: 07/2017

St Mary’s Students Selected in NZ Secondary Schools Netball Team

The New Zealand secondary schools netball team has been selected for a trip to Australia next month. Twelve players and three reserves have been named in the national team in what coach Mary-Jane Araroa said proved a tough selection process. “I have seen some real turn of events over the years within this age group and the competition […]

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New Zealand teen leg-spinner Amelia Kerr included in World Cup cricket team

Teenager Amelia Kerr was the only White Fern named in a women’s World Cup tournament cricket team following New Zealand’s disappointing showing. The Wellington leg-spinner was chosen as 12th man – or maybe 12th woman – in the team selected by Shashank Kisore and Annesha Ghosh on the widely-read ESPN Cricinfo website. “While her Tawa College mates […]

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Lewis Clareburt, Chelsey Edwards and Imogen Skelton star at Commonwealth Youth Games

https://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/sport/college-sport/95053457/lewis-clareburt-chelsey-edwards-and-imogen-skelton-star-at-commonwealth-youth-games Wellington’s Lewis Clareburt, Chelsey Edwards and Imogen Skelton turned in outstanding performances to grab medals at the Commonwealth Youth Games. Clareburt won an astounding seven medals in the pool in the Bahamas, including three golds and four silvers. Five of the medals were individual, while two were in relay teams. His total medal haul was almost one-quarter […]

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Edwards wins Youth Commonwealth Games gold

https://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/95086528/edwards-wins-games-gold-but-hits-health-troubles  Teenage swimmer Chelsey Edwards will return home to Upper Hutt tomorrow a gold medal winner at the Commonwealth Youth Games and also an athlete who has experienced the tough lows of top international sport. Early on at the 2017 Games in the Bahamas, the 16-year-old won gold for New Zealand after swimming the final leg of […]

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Kapiti College girls under-15 rugby side ends season unbeaten

A newly-formed Kapiti College women’s rugby side have ended the season unbeaten, fuelled in part by an overnight team-building exercise at the school’s marae. Full article can be found here 

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Onslow College Seek Director of Sport

ONSLOW COLLEGE – POSITION ADVERTISEMENT   POSITION                         Director of Sport TENURE                              Permanent Position HOURS                                 Full-time (40 hours per week), an ability to work weekends and travel nationally REMUNERATION        […]

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John Hornal retires after 28 years at the helm of CSW

John Hornal retires today after 28 years of being the captain of College Sport Wellington. Whenever secondary school sport is mentioned in the Wellington region, John Hornal’s name always comes up.  John Hornal has been the Executive Director of College Sport Wellington (CSW) since its inception in 1989.  He has grown CSW from its humble […]

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