Melie Kerr and Lewis Clareburt – 2017 College Sportspersons of the Year

White Ferns wunderkind Amelia Kerr has taken two-for. The Tawa College year 12 student has won College Sport Wellington's female sportsperson of the year award for the second consecutive year, with Scots College swimming sensation Lewis Clareburt clinching the male sportsperson of the year award. The pair were ... More

Amelia Kerr becomes youngest contracted White Fern

White Ferns' prodigy Amelia Kerr has taken the next step in her career by accepting a fulltime contract with the team. She along with Maddy Green, of Auckland are the only new contracts on the payroll, however, allrounder Anna Peterson has fought her way back on the list. Kerr, 16, is the youngest-ever contracted ... More

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... More

Melie Kerr creates more College Sport history

  By Linda Wood Creating sporting history is not too new for Melie Kerr.  A few years ago the then 13-year-old Kerr became the youngest player to score a ton at the Basin Reserve. Now the Tawa College first XI player can add the first girl to bring up the magical ... More

Talented Watson leaves others in her wake

Give Danielle Watson a stick, a paddle or a bat and she will handle it well. The multi-talented Tawa College student has been able to shine at kayaking, hockey and cricket. Watson, 15, was a member of the Tawa College first XI who won the national secondary schools cricket title in December, and was this month named in the ... More

HIBS impress ahead of regional tournament Gillette Cup

An impressive dress rehearsal suggests that Hutt International might be centre stage in the regional Gillette Cup tournament next week. HIBS, who won both the premier one final and the Gillette tournament last year, made a slow start to 2015, losing two of their first three matches in the premier grade. They lost to St ... More

Tuffin heads strong Silverstream effort

Kenneth Tuffin led by example at the weekend. The St Pat's Silverstream head boy and first XI captain showcased his skills with an impressive double as Silverstream knocked over Wellington College in their premier youth clash. Tuffin, who also excels at athletics and basketball, scored 125 not out - his first premier ... More

Troy Johnson, ‘Kane Williamson’ of HIBS, scores big again

Troy Johnson has celebrated a 100 with a century. The Hutt International head boy marked his 100th game for the first XI by scoring 131 against Scots College in their premier youth clash last weekend. It was also the middle leg of a hat-trick of centuries for the New Zealand under-19 squad member. Johnson began his rich ... More

Skipper’s century tips Onslow to victory

Daniel Pile has had the Midas touch this month. In the space of nine days, the Onslow College skipper guided his team to three wins and picked up his first century and first five-wicket haul for the first XI. Pile has had to wait for both milestones, as the year 13 student is in his fourth year with the senior team. A ... More

St Pat’s Town revel in cricket’s top tier tilt

St Pat's Town are enjoying being back in the premier grade. The Town first XI has been able to maintain the winning habit the team picked up during a year in premier two. Town and Onslow are the only unbeaten teams after three rounds of the premier youth one-day competition. Town knocked over defending champions Hutt ... More