College Sport

Wellington wins McEvedy Shield

Wellington College co-captain Robbie Delany described his school's McEvedy Shield triumph as the best day of his life

Tuffin heads strong Silverstream effort

St Pat's Silverstream head boy and first XI captain Kenneth Tuffin helped Silverstream knock over Wellington College in their premier youth clash.

Bolt from the blue cleans up in the sprints

St Pat's Alex Haye ran away from his rivals in the 400m to complete a clean sweep of the open sprints at Newtown Park yesterday.

Wgtn Coll win McEvedy

Athletics tournament: Live updates and pics

Welcome to's coverage of the McEvedy Shield, from Wellington's Newtown Park.

Half a second will do for Forman

Kelsey Forman wants to reduce her best steeplechase time by just half a second this weekend.

Troy Johnson scores big again

Troy Johnson marked his 100th game for the Hutt International first XI by scoring 131 against Scots College.

Scaife won't be beaten to punch

Outstanding amateur boxer Ryan Scaife will captain St Pat's Silverstream McEvedy Shield team next week.

Haye aiming to break McEvedy record

The McEvedy Shield ignited Alex Haye's running career, now he wants to break its 400m record

String of successes for Anderson

Onslow College year 10 student Tamara Anderson is proving more than a match for her peers at age group level.

Skipper's century tips Onslow to victory

Onslow College skipper Daniel Pile has had the Midas touch this month.

Easy win falls short of Edwards' ambition

Phoebe Edwards had mixed feelings after retaining her national under-18 heptathlon title, in Hamilton, at the weekend.

Makea's on the ball

Young softball star gears up for busy year

Boredom won't be a problem for talented Wellington East athlete Mereana Makea over the next five weeks.

St Pat's Town revel in top tier tilt

St Pat's Town are enjoying being back in the premier grade of cricket.

Hillier eyes Charles Tour challenge

Golfer Daniel Hillier can shoot low when he has conditions to suit.

Smith leads a group of talented srinters

Fifteen-year-old NIck Smith continues to travel at high speed.

Phoebe has that golden glow after champs

Phoebe Edward had to demonstrate many skills when picking up three national titles.

Walsh to take 'gap year'

Ben Walsh will devote himself to swimming next year.

Smashing it on court

Grand Slam dreams on the horizon

KP Pannu could be mixing with the tennis gods next month.

HIBS target Gillette title

No Wellington school has won the Gillette Cup title since 2001, an omission the HIBS first XI are keen to correct next week.

Bar set high by Edwards

Phoebe Edwards hopes to get the jump on her rivals at the national secondary schools athletics championships this weekend.

Va'a bows out in style

TJ Va'a ended a stellar schoolboy rugby career by taking Scots College to the Condor Sevens final in Auckland on Sunday.

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.

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