Dear students, staff, family members, partners and supporters of College Sport Wellington,
Following the Government’s announcement that Wellington will be entering the ‘Orange’ level of the COVID Protection Framework (Traffic Light system), the Board of College Sport Wellington have confirmed that all sanctioned ...
A focus on team culture and a change in playing structure paid off for Wellington Girls’ Hockey First XI this season - unbeaten all year and winners of the College Sport Wellington Girls Team of the Year award at Sunday night’s SPOTYS.
Wellington Girls’ College defended their Wellington Premier One title and won ...
Harrison Watt celebrated his 100th match for the Hutt International Boys’ School (HIBS) First XI hockey team on Friday night.
Despite his team falling 2-0 to Scots College it was a milestone few HIBS players achieve and a triumph of friendship and ability.
Tragically Harrison lost his brother Nathan Watt to suicide ...
Congratulations to Ruby Baker (Wellington Girls College), Amy Rossiter-Stead (Wairarapa College), Roman Polaczuk (Wellington College) and Oliver Bunny (Wairarapa College) for being named in the NZ Hockey Under 18 teams.
Following the successful Vantage National Under 18 Tournament held in Wellington in early July, ...
For the first time in more than a decade, Rongotai College have secured a home semi-final in the Premiership defeating St Patrick’s College, Silverstream 10-5 in the 60th annual Old Boys Cup traditional.
The conditions were brutal with a bitter southerly accompanied by horizontal rain, hail, thick mud and ...
Exciting but very anxious times for the Kapiti College girls this year as they have won their way up to the Wellington Secondary Schools Premier Girls Hockey grade for the first time.
A dream for their Captain Ashleigh Hill who from year 9 has been the MVP for the team and has been a major factor in getting them there. ...
The Wellington Premier hockey finals were contested on Friday night at the National Hockey Stadium in Newtown. Both matches were thrilling affairs with repeat success for a girls combatant and a new champion crowned in the boys decider.
Paraparaumu College are champions for the first time ...
Recent selection in the Capital Hockey women’s senior side for the upcoming National Hockey League tournament is terrific reward for the Wellington Girls’ College First XI hockey captain Sara Cooper. Cooper, an attacking midfielder, was picked as the only school-aged player in the initial squad for the NHL tournam...
College Sport Wellington and Wellington Hockey invite those interested in umpiring secondary games to an umpiring session to be held at
Elsdon Park Pavilion
6:00 to 8:00 pm
Wednesday 27 June
The session will focus on basics such as rule interpretation, positioning and signalling.
It will include both ...
Sajan Patel was in the New Zealand Under-18 hockey team last year. He is the sports prefect and First XI captain at Rongotai College and has trained in the same gym as Olympic rowing champion Hamish Bond.
“It’s pretty surreal when I think about the opportunities I have if I work hard. Hamish Bond was at my gym,” ...