Term 1 secondary school futsal competitions are now open. Register with your school’s sport coordinator now.
2019 CSW Futsal Handbook
2019 Futsal Playing Conditions
2019 CSW Futsal Calendar
“Bugger this one’s down the drain,” Tim Robinson concedes he and most of his Wellington College First XI cricket teammates were thinking late on Friday afternoon at the Lincoln Oval in Christchurch.
In the penultimate fixture of the national championships, Auckland winners King’s College only required two runs ...
Those watching the closing stages of last Sunday’s Senior Girls High Jump at the NZSSA Track and Field Championships in Dunedin on Sunday had every had reason to be confident a 28-year meet record might be broken.
“I cleared 1.75m and so had Imogen Skelton [Samuel Marsden Collegiate]. She missed the next height ...
Basketball New Zealand has named the Aon New Zealand Boys’ basketball team to compete in the FIBA Oceania U15 Championships currently being played in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, which includes four Wellingtonians.
Benjamin Gold (Tawa College) and Tafara Gapare (Scots) are named in the team, while Max Abbot ...
Congratulations to the following students who placed at the National Secondary School Athletics Championships in Dunedin over the weekend.
Cam Robinson (Wellington College) SB Javelin
Josephine Reeves (Chilton St James) SG High Jump
Corran Hanning (Wellington College) Multi Grade Para Discus
Scots College, Silverstream, St Mary's Colllege, and Wainuiomata High School Girls did themselves proud at the recent Condor Sevens.
Scots College were unlucky not to make the final, as they lost last second in the Cup semi-finals to Rototrua Boys'.
St Mary's College won the plate Final, after earlier loosing to ...
Five Wellington sides will look for glory at the Condor Sevens national finals, once again being hosted by Auckland’s Sacred Heart College. Scots College and St Mary’s return as the regional winners, joined by St Pats Silverstream and Wainuiomata High School’s girls side.
Scots College head back gunning to ...
Wellington College and Hutt International Boys’ School will contest the Premier Youth First XI cricket final on Saturday after a double round robin over the weekend saw the top two schools emerge in a rain plagued season.
Wellington accomplished two resounding victories to seal top spot for the decider while HIBS ...
Sam Lightfoot (Sacred Heart) and Shaiah Te Paiho (Tawa College) have been selected in the New Zealand Kahu Youth Girls AFL team to play against the Port Adelaide Women’s Indigenous Academy on November 24th at QBE Stadium in Auckland.
Check the full NZ Kahu Youth Girls Squad here.
Results from the 2018 College Sport Wellington junior tennis champions:
Junior Boys: Henri Lyons Scots beat Thomas Dai Wellington College 4-1; 4-0
Junior Girls: Jade Otway (Samuel Marsden) beat Amy Kaiboom 4-1; 4-0