Hall of Fame

Anna Smith (nee O’Leary)

Upper Hutt College, Cricket
  • College Sport Cricket Player of the Year 1994 & 1995
  • Debuted for New Zealand on 1996 tour to England aged 18
  • World Cup win with White Ferns in 2000

Christian Cullen

Kapiti College, Rugby
  • College Sport Rugby Player of the Year 1993
  • 85 Caps for Hurricanes
  • 58 Caps for All Blacks (1996 – 2003) including 46 test tries

James Franklin

Wellington College, Cricket
  • College Sport Sportsman of the Year 1998
  • 53 matches for Wellington
  • 70 One Day Internationals for New Zealand
  • 26 test matches for New Zealand debuting in 2001

Jerry Collins

St Patrick’s College, Rugby
  • College Sport Sportsman of the Year 1997
  • 74 Caps for Hurricanes
  • 48 Caps for All Blacks including 3 as captain (2001 – 2007)

Jodi Brown (nee Te Huna)

Newlands College / Netball
  • College Sport Sportswoman of the Year 1999
  • 28 Caps for Silver Ferns 2003 - 2007
  • World Champs Gold (2003), Silver (2007)

John Hornal

College Sport Wellington, Administrator
  • Executive Director of CSW since it began 20 years ago
  • A leader of Secondary School sport in Wellington
  • High profile in management & admin of sport on national scale
  • Managed growth of CSW from its inception to the major organisation it is today

Jonathan Wyatt

Hutt Valley High School, Athletics
  • College Sport Sportsperson of the Year 1990 – inaugural winner
  • College Sport Sportsperson of the Year 1990 – inaugural winner
  • 2 times Olympian – Atlanta 1996 and Athens 2004
  • 7 times World Mountain Running Champion
  • One of World’s greatest mountain runners of all time

Kate McIlroy

Samuel Marsden Collegiate, Athletics
  • College Sport Athlete of the Year 1999
  • 2005 World Mountain Running Champion
  • 2006 5th Commonwealth Games 3000 metre Steeplechase
  • August 2009 won her first World Cup Triathlon in Hungary

Kiri Shaw

Naenae College, Softball
  • College Sport Sportsperson of the Year 1991
  • 282 caps New Zealand White Sox
  • Including 2000 Sydney Olympics & 2 World Series

Nick Willis

Hutt Valley High School, Athletics
  • College Sport Sportsman of the Year 2000
  • New Zealand 1500 metre record Paris 2006
  • Gold at Melbourne Commonwealth Games 2006
  • Bronze at Beijing Olympic Games 2008

Olivia Lee (nee Baker)

Aotea College, Weightlifting
  • College Sport Sportswoman of the Year 1995
  • 1997 - at Junior World Champs broke clean & jerk world record
  • 8th at 2000 Sydney Olympics

Tana Umaga

Parkway College, Rugby
  • College Sport Rugby League Player of the Year 1991
  • 100 games for Wellington 1994 - 2007
  • 122 games for Hurricanes 1996 – 2007
  • 79 games for All Blacks 1997 – 2005, including 21 as Captain

Tania Tupu (nee Brunton)

Aotea College, Basketball
  • College Sport Basketball Player of the Year 1990 and 1991
  • New Zealand Tall Ferns 1992 – 2004
  • 1994 World Championships
  • 2000 Sydney and 2004 Athens Olympics