Bright future for sporting brother and sister Masi and Tia Pavihi

Multi-talented sports all-rounders brother and sister Tomasi and Tia Pavihi have both been identified in Basketball and Touch Rugby age group teams in New Zealand. Masi is year 11 at St Pat’s Silverstream and Tia is year 10 at Queen Margaret College and last year both traveled overseas with New Zealand age-grade ... More

Capital Footballs Home Workout Programmes

During these hard times we all need to follow the health officials advice and STAY HOME. That's why our friends at Capital Football have put together 2 separate programmes on how you can continue to train during isolation. Everything from the different ways you can train yourself to full week schedules, these programmes ... More

CSW – Update to our Stakeholders

Like so many others, the sport and physical activity sector has already been significantly challenged by coronavirus (COVID-19) and this will continue in the weeks and months ahead.  As details come to hand College Sport Wellington will work with its schools and partner Regional Sports Organisations to coordinate a ... More

COVID – 19 Update

Dear Stakeholders, Today, College Sport Wellington has been reflecting upon the announcements made by various national sporting bodies, and has been in discussions with the remaining summer sport RSO’s.  From CSW’s perspective, it is important that we support our partner sports organisations by ensuring consistent ... More

Results – 2020 CSW Golf Champs day

All Winners for the CSW Individual and Team champs days as follows: Greenstone Trophy, Team's Gross Champion Chilton St James National Provident Trophy, Team's Nett Champion Wellington College Gross - Mark Brown Trophy, Boys Paxton Jones and Harry Ward Gross - Interislander Salver, Girls Darae Chung Nett ... More

2020 Open Tennis Championships Results

The 2020 Open Tennis Champs took place on a grey Wednesday at the Renouf Centre. A huge number of 41 boys and 21 girls battled it out of the 1 day knock out style competition. In the boys competition it was Scots Colleges Thomas Bolton beating Wellington Highs Anthony Carter 4-1, 4-2 in the final. In the girls ... More

Wellington Athletes win big at NZ Track and Field Champs

The NZ Track and Field Champs were held last weekend at Nga Puna Wai in Christchurch. A number of students from the Wellington region shined and brought hold medals in their respective events. Medals for Wellington Athletes as followed: Emma Douglass (WGC) - Bronze U20 200m Elizabeth Hewitt (Chilton) - Gold U18 ... More

Oscar Jackson Batting Up a Storm

Oscar Jackson is only Year 11 but the Wellington College batsman is already cultivating a fearsome reputation as a prolific run scorer in First XI Premier Youth cricket. In his past five innings he has made four centuries and an unbeaten 25 in a successful run chase against Hutt International Boys’ School. His ... More

Wellington College win McEvedy Shield 2020

Wellington College have won the McEvedy Shield for a record sixth consecutive year, matching the feat of St Patrick’s College, Silverstream between 1968 and 1973. Yesterday at Newtown Park, Wellington defeated St Patrick’s College Town by 223-178 with Silverstream in third place on 95 points and a much improved ... More

Good Clean Sport – Youth: FREE School Education Workshops

Drug Free Sport NZ (DFSNZ) is currently offering FREE education workshops to secondary schools. The programme has been developed to support and educate young athletes on clean sport within the secondary school environment.  Many students say that they are considering things like supplements to enhance their ... More