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Ten New Additions to the College Sport Wellington Hall of Fame

This year was the 30th College Sport Wellington Awards dinner. To mark this occasion, and in recognition of the many outstanding former Wellington students who have progressed to be leading athletes on the world stage, College Sport has inducted its second cohort to the College Sport Wellington Hall of Fame. This year, 10 former Wellington […]

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Condor Sevens Preview

Article courtesy of Club Rugby Labour Day Monday again means college sevens at Naenae College, as teams vie for a place at the Condor Sevens National Tournament in Auckland at the end of next month. There are two places in each of the boys’ and girls’ sections up for grabs at the tournament’s new home […]

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College Cricket Season Starts This Weekend (Plus Some Players To Watch)

A new cricket season starts in the Wellington region this coming Saturday with the opening round of College Sport Wellington Boys Premier Youth, Premier Reserve and Premier 2 competitions 50-over matches. In opening day Premier Youth matches, Hutt International Boys’ School are at home against the Wellington College Second XI, Wellington College First XI host […]

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Going Downhill With Albert Snep

Albert Snep’s sports career is going downhill fast.  The Scots College year 13 rider is the freshly minted New Zealand Secondary School U20 Downhill champion after winning the National Schools Mountain Bike Championships in Dunedin. Albert won his maiden national schools title by just over a second to runner-up Todd Balance of Nelson College, with […]

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Chris Swallow Honoured at Regional Ki o Rahi Tournament

Mana College won two of the three titles at this week’s College Sport Wellington Regional Ki o Rahi tournament and the winning Mana College and runners-up Tawa College Mixed teams both qualified for next year’s NZSS tournament in Northland. Mana College won the Senior Boys and Mixed team titles, while St Mary’s College won the […]

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Q&A With Golf Champion Darae Chung

Darae Chung from Chilton Saint James School is one of New Zealand’s leading age group golfers having recently won the New Zealand Age Group Championships at Millbrook Resort, Arrowtown. Chung shot -10 in winning her maiden national title by a single stroke.  Her scores in each round were: 69 (-3), 65 (-7) and 72 (even). […]

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Wellington Secondary Schools Skateboard Champs – Results

Congratulations to all of the competitors at the 2019 Wellington Secondary Schools Skateboard Competition, held on Wednesday 11 September at the Kilbirnie Rec Centre.  A great event for all involved and a special thank you to Drop Deep Skateboarding, Backdoor and Skateboarding New Zealand. After a full day of skating, our winners were:   Best […]

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Porirua Power Coming Together In Tawa Triumph

Despite coaching girls at St Mary’s College for several years, many Tawa College boys were familiar with Nixon Penese. Penese runs the Porirua Heat Basketball Club from the Tawa College gym. The Heat is an incorporated society encouraging the development of basketball players in Wellington. Tawa College student Malachi Collins has been a regular attendee […]

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Nominate Your Porirua Sports Stars

Porirua City Council are now seeking nominations for this year’s Porirua Sports Awards. This year we are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Porirua Sports Awards so we want to make sure that this year’s nominees really highlight the amazing sporting talent and dedication that our City brings to the country and to the world. […]

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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. “I didn’t really […]

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