73 Results for author: Bryan Dickinson

College Sport Wellington Cross-Country – May 29

Following confirmation that industrial action will take place on May 29, College Sport Wellington has reviewed any potential knock-on effects to the sporting calendar.  In particular, this date (May 29) clashes with the Regional Secondary Schools Cross-Country Championships, to be held at Harcourt Park, Upper Hutt.  Additionally there are three after-school competitions that day, being; […]

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College Sport Wellington – 30 Years Strong

Three decades of co-ordinating college sport in Wellington is being marked this month, with the 30th anniversary of the formation of College Sport Wellington (CSW). CSW has grown from humble beginnings on the first day of term two in 1989 in a single office in Karori to an established organisation administering up to 40 secondary […]

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College Rugby Season Starting This Weekend

The College Rugby season gets underway this weekend. At the top end there’s the annual Tranzit Festival, while 16 other First XV’s start their journey with hopes of making the Premiership for 2019. Tranzit Coachlines 1st XV Festival Last year’s Premiership top four return to the top grade by right, and instead of the qualifying […]

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NZSS Netball Team Selected To Play England

A 12-strong New Zealand Secondary Schools netball team has been selected to play the England U19 team in July. The NZSS side will host the English for a block of training and match-play from 1-4 July in Auckland. Within the group there are eight athletes currently playing at Beko Netball League level or higher, including […]

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Heretaunga College Win Inaugural AWD Rippa Rugby Tournament

The inaugural Athletes With a Disability (AWD) Rippa Rugby Regional Tournament was held at Mana College on Wednesday. Teams from five schools played a series of four 20-minute games in a round-robin format. Participation was paramount, but Heretaunga College won all their games and were crowned Wellington’s first AWD Rippa Rugby champion school. Heretaunga fielded […]

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Wellington East Return To The Top In Softball

The Wellington East Girls’ College softballers re-established themselves as the leading girls softball school in the country at the NZSS Division 1 tournament in Christchurch last week. Four-time champions between 2014-17, Wellington East lost their crown to Alfriston College last year when the tournament was held in Lower Hutt, but were emphatic 7-0 winners over […]

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Results – Wellington Regional Golf Croquet Champs

Despite the awful weather on Wednesday, nine hardy school teams from around the Wellington region competed for the 2019 Secondary School Golf Croquet Champs.  Congratulations to Kapiti College for taking out the 2019 title.  Results below: Morning Session Pool A Kapiti St Oran’s 2 Rongotai 2 Wins Hoops For Net Hoops Place Kapiti 7 7 […]

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Rongotai In Good Form Heading Into Futsal Nationals

The Rongotai College Senior A Futsal team is a team that has always contended at the highest level, and are continuing to do so this year with having a truly exceptional season. ​ Their most recent success being crowned the 2019 College Sport Wellington Regional champions after beating defending 2018 NZSS Futsal champions, Wellington College. […]

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Silverstream Volleyball – “The best it has ever been!”

The St Patrick’s College, Silverstream Senior A volleyball team is a team that has been on a rapid rise over the last few years and has now won back-to-back Senior Volleyball Regional titles. This comes after a straight sets victory over their brother school, St Patrick’s College, Wellington, in the boys’ final of the annual […]

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Wellington College On Target To Become Local Champs

National First XI cricket champions Wellington College have taken a huge step towards adding the Premier Youth title to their burgeoning trophy cabinet, edging St Patrick’s College, Silverstream in a thrilling top of the table clash in Wellington. Set 243 for victory the visitors fell three runs short of the target, restricted to 239-9 off […]

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