10 Results for month: 11/2018

Five Wellington schools heading to Condor 7s this week

Five Wellington sides will look for glory at the Condor Sevens national finals, once again being hosted by Auckland’s Sacred Heart College.  Scots College and St Mary’s return as the regional winners, joined by St Pats Silverstream and Wainuiomata High School’s girls side. Scots College head back gunning to go one better than last year when […]

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Wellington and HIBS Beat the Rain to make Premier Youth Cricket Final

Wellington College and Hutt International Boys’ School will contest the Premier Youth First XI cricket final on Saturday after a double round robin over the weekend saw the top two schools emerge in a rain plagued season. Wellington accomplished two resounding victories to seal top spot for the decider while HIBS recovered from a shock […]

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Sam Lightfoot (SHC) and Shairah Te Pahio (Tawa) selected for NZ Youth Girls

Sam Lightfoot (Sacred Heart) and Shaiah Te Paiho (Tawa College) have been selected in the New Zealand Kahu Youth Girls AFL team to play against the Port Adelaide Women’s Indigenous Academy on November 24th at QBE Stadium in Auckland. Check the full NZ Kahu Youth Girls Squad here.

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Results – 2018 CSW Junior Tennis Championships

Results from the 2018 College Sport Wellington junior tennis champions: Junior Boys:  Henri Lyons Scots beat Thomas Dai Wellington College 4-1; 4-0 Junior Girls:  Jade Otway (Samuel Marsden) beat Amy Kaiboom 4-1; 4-0

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2018 NZSS 1st XI cricket preview – Wellington College

The National Secondary Schools’ First XI Cricket Cup for boys began in 1990 and is among the longest-running competitions in secondary school sport.  Many first-class and international cricketers have made their name in this tournament. The 2018 national finals are being played at Lincoln University in December. T he capital will be represented by Wellington […]

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Balls In School Project Making A Difference

A recent initiative by College Sport Wellington (CSW) with the generous support of the One Foundation has made an immediate difference in Wellington’s secondary schools. At the start of this term each secondary school in the Wellington region received a delivery of sports balls for their students.  The generous grant earlier this year enabled CSW to […]

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2018 Junior Golf Championship Results

2018 JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS Wednesday 14 November Trentham Golf Club Girls Best Gross Winner:             Darae Chung                             Chilton St James School                                     71 Runner Up:       Mia Scrimgeour                         Sacred Heart College                                         74     Girls Best Nett Winner:             Victoria […]

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Seven invited to 2019 NZ Netball development camp

Congratulations to following Wellington students who have been invited to attend Netball New Zealand’s January’s 2019 National Development Camp. Danae Abolins-Thompson (Onslow College) Rachel Albiston (Samuel Marsden Collegiate School) Tesara-Rose Faleafaga (St Mary’s College) Maddie Feauanati (St Mary’s College) Sharnay Leef (Wellington East Girls’ College) Paris Lokotui (Queen Margaret College) Saviour Tui (St Mary’s College) The […]

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The Growth of 3×3 Basketball & U15 Tournament Results

Glow in the dark shoes, an abundance of afros and a rowdy, tattooed DJ – welcome to the lively world of 3×3 basketball. Like the original format, 3×3 has experienced an explosion of growth in recent years and an illustration of this fact was on display at the Walter Nash Stadium today when 25 boys […]

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Liberato Cacace (St Pat’s Town) and Melie Kerr (Tawa College) named Sportspersons of the Year

The first All White born this Millennium was named College Sport Wellington sportsman of the year at the annual awards at Te Rauparaha Arena, Porirua last night. The St Patrick’s College Wellington student was a first time winner of the supreme accolade with White Ferns cricketer Amelia Kerr (Tawa College) accepting the female prize for […]

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