77 Results for author: Bryan Dickinson

Lynching the McEvedy Shield

“This one’s the best because I’m captain and it’s my last,” responds Dylan Lynch when asked which one of his four McEvedy Shield triumphs is his personal favourite.  Wellington College won the 95th annual McEvedy Shield at Newtown Park on Tuesday defeating St Patrick’s College, Wellington by 38 points.  It’s a victory with origins as far back […]

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Paraparaumu College Finish Creditable Fifth At Hockey’s Aon Rankin Cup

Paraparaumu College have finished a creditable fifth at the New Zealand Hockey’s Aon Rankin Cup, a trophy that dates back to 1923.   Having progressed well through pool play and finishing top of their group, Paraparaumu came up against eventual tournament winners Christ’s College at the quarter final stage.  Unfortunately a 4-1 loss to Christ’s […]

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Competition: Win a bus for your school or teammates on October 8!

To celebrate ten years since their very first A-League match, the Wellington Phoenix are offering a chance to win a bus to our very next A-League match – follow the instructions below and win! On Sunday 26 August 2007 Wellington Phoenix played their first ever A-League match, in front of 14,421 at Westpac Stadium. Steven Old became […]

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Queen Margaret College Student Makes Two Rep Teams

A senior student at Queen Margaret College has proven her talent on the Hockey field this month after making not one, but two representative teams. Year 13 student and captain of the Queen Margaret College Premier 1 First XI Hockey team and Capital Under 18 Women, Estelle Macadré has made both the Capital National Hockey […]

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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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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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