Paraparaumu College hockey pleased to end on a high with top 5 finish at Rankin Cup

Paraparaumu College's first XI hockey team saved their best for last when achieving a top-five finish at the Rankin Cup. The team lost just once, in their quarterfinals against eventual champions Christ's College, at the tournament in Hamilton, ending what had been an up-and-down year on a big high. They came very ... More

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.  Unfortunat... More

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 ... More

Wellington College stun Paraparaumu College in P1 hockey final

https://www.stuff.co.nz/dominion-post/sport/college-sport/96260013/wellington-college-stun-paraparaumu-college-in-p1-hockey-final LIAM HYSLOP Last updated 16:09, August 29 2017 A dramatic late goal sealed Wellington College the P1 hockey title and vital momentum heading into the national tournament. Marco Brown ... More

Scots pair taking cross-country route to hockey final

TOM CAUGHLEY and James Preston will be rivals on Wednesday and team-mates on Friday. The versatile Scots College pair will be two of the leading contenders for the senior boys title at Wednesday's College Sport Wellington cross-country championships at Trentham. They will then join forces when Scots meet Wairarapa ... 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