College Sport

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.

Wairarapa College seek title

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Boys first XI have regularly been contenders for the premier one hockey title but haven't won a final since 2008.

Year 11 student climbs ranks

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Daniel Hillier has taken the next step in his golf career, and he's beginning to make an impression on the national stage.

Keeping it in the family

Newlands College netball

The Newlands College senior netball squad contains a set of triplets, a pair of twins and two sisters.

Football teams make mark

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Hutt Valley High School backed up their memorable football double in the Wellington competitions by competing with credit at a national level last week.

St Mary's success

Jermaine Howard-Vallance

TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

This was meant to be a rebuilding year for the St Mary's senior netball team, runners-up at national champions last year.

Late-night haka for heroes

Scots College 1st XV

TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Sacred Heart must have been bemused as they watched Scots College blaze a trail through to the national rugby title.

St Pat's nail regional honours

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

St Pat's Town missed the Wellington basketball title but nailed the regional honours.

National schools title shared

TJ Va'a, left, and Legin Hotham

Hamilton Boys' High fight back from 19-points down to draw national first XV title with Wellington's Scots College in Rotorua.

Scots on the ball

Beating Auckland Grammar to make final

Scots Coll rugby

An unexpected win means Scots College is through to the national secondary schools rubgy final.

Jenkins takes on World Champs

Anton Jenkins

Wellington diving star Anton Jenkins will take a leap at Junior World Diving Championships in Russia.

Junior cricket changes

Cricket

TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Significant changes for year 9 and 10, as well as at a junior level, with minor tweaking up to first XI level.

Two codes in one week

Talented school pair rule the courts

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Tegan Graham and Caitlin Grice are splitting their time and their codes this week.

Tough test looms

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Scots tackle the Auckland champions Auckland Grammar in the national top four semifinal at Rotorua on Friday.

Vipers slither past Orcas

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When you give an underdog a sniff, you can't complain if they get up and bite you.

Scots eye up top four

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Scots College can reach new heights this weekend. The Wellington champs are one win away from the national top four.

National champs next assignment

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Both the victors and the vanquished will switch their attention to the nationals following the premier one football finals.

Team chemistry produces rewards

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TIM BARTON - The Dominion Post

Familiarity has bred success for the Wellington Girls' senior basketball squad, who first played together at Raroa Intermediate.

Win a 'complete surprise'

PICs players blown away by 63-42 victory

PICs win

Far from whooping it up, PIC's players seemed in a state of shock.

Gisborne pose stern test

Malo Tuitama

The Dominion Post

Gisborne Boys' High School are lying in wait for another Wellington side.

Skipper targets elusive title win

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Hutt Valley skipper Lucy Stotter is seeking a title that eluded her older sisters.

Final showcases young talent

Strikers

Young guns Aaron McDonald and Nick Lane should have an impact on premier youth football final.

College team stoked

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There was no danger of the Scots College first XV taking the day off school on Monday.

Taking on city of sails

Sam Bacon blazes a path through the waves

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Sam Bacon hoped for two hours. His father predicted seven. They met somewhere in the middle.

Forman ready to go the distance

Kelsey Forman

Kelsey Forman is in good order for the main event.

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