College Sport

Captain wants winning sendoff

Zac Brodie hopes the best has been left to last.

Izzy ready for nationals

Izzy Hegan hopes to make a notable debut at the national secondary schools championships next month.

Big chance for Scots sevens

Scots College head north in search of a notable rugby double this weekend.

St Pat's Town star voted MVP

Izayah Mauriohooho-Le'afa named MVP at the inaugural national basketball championships in Porirua last week.

Pile's ton points to promising future

Onslow opener Nicholas Pile became the first player to notch a premier one century this term against Hutt Valley on Saturday.

Olympics provides new targets

St Mary's College year 13 student Mena Tuma'ai has set her sights on making NZ women's sevens squad for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Hutt Valley battle to unlikely victory

Chris Leitch

Having just one batsman reach double figures is not usually a winning recipe in a 50-over cricket match.

Devoted Palezevic likely to go far

Alex Palezevic,

Alex Palezevic has become familiar with the road journey to Napier.

New stage beckons for Alvarez

Julianne Alvarez

Julianne Alvarez never grew bored with mounting the stage at the College Sport Wellington awards dinner.

Rugby star wins award

TJ Va'a, left, and Legin Hotham

TJ Va'a added to a golden year when named the College Sport Wellington sportsman of the year last night.

Silverstream celebrate winning

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Silverstream's Losi Filipo scored a brilliant solo try to claim the golden point victory and end a terrific final.

Garden-Bachop rising up ranks

Georgia Garden-Bachop

Name a sport and Queen Margaret College year 13 student Georgia Garden-Bachop has probably played and excelled at it.

Medium pacer grabs his chance

Troy Johnson

Thivindu Kithulagoda did not get a bowl in the premier grade in term one but has grabbed his chances this term.

HIBS gear up in Aussie

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Hutt International warmed up for the new cricket season in the Queensland sunshine.

Mum's the word for star shooter

Tiana Metuarau

Tiana Metuarau, a daughter of Silver Ferns coach Wai Taumaunu, is showing high promise on the netball court.

Silver lining to cloud for Girls' College team

Wellington Girls' basketball

Wellington Girls' lost their unbeaten basketball record, they will get another shot next year.

Silverstream star takes his chances

Lui Okeamoa-Luamanu

Lui the lock has taken his rugby career to new heights.

European option beckons Harris

Daniel Harris

Daniel Harris might get a chance to play hockey in Europe next year.

Lui continues family tradition

Lui Okeamoa-Luamanu

The Dominion Post

Making the New Zealand secondary schools rugby side has become a rite of passage for the Luamanu family.

All-rounder Parkes raises bar

Marcelle Parkes

The Dominion Post

Wellington East athlete Marcelle Parkes has added another sport and a national title to her extensive sporting portfolio.

Teen a goal closer to Warriors

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Dre Melvin has got a foot in the door, now he wants to push it wide open.

Grit, talent make road race champ

Alisha Gilchrist

Alisha Gilchrist had to display an iron will to claim her first national title this month.

Wairarapa take title from Wellington in shootout

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The roles were reversed in the premier one hockey final this year.

Young star wishes to see Town rise to the top

Izayah Mauriohooho-Le'afa

Basketballer Izayah Mauriohooho-Le'afa has one more box to tick before he leaves school this year.

Hoping for lofty things

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Anthony Pettett is a 2.01-metre lock that's proof that you don't have to play premier one rugby to be noticed by talent scouts.

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