College Sport

Smith seeks sprint redemption

Hutt Valley High School sprinter Nick Smith (left) on his way to beating Yasheek Rosario at a Wellington regional ...

The Hutt Valley High School year 12 wants to claim the secondary schools sprint double after a hamstring injury killed off last year's campaign.

Skelton set to soar

Samuel Marsden Collegiate athlete Imogen Skelton competes in the high jump at a Wellington regional athletics meeting in ...

The Samuel Marsden Collegiate high jumper is a chance to upstage some older rivals at nationals.

50km ultramarathon no mean feat for teen

The O'Sullivan family celebrates finishing the 50 kilometre ultramarathon at Tawarewa

50 kilometre marathon is no mean feat for one Lower Hutt teen

Ravindra eyes national cricket defence

Hutt International Boys' School batsman Rachin Ravindra was named College Sport Wellington male Cricketer of the Year.

The HIBS cricketer expects his team to go well again at secondary schools nationals.

Main aim under-20s

St Oran College's Emma Main (left) was named female Footballer of the Year at the College Sport Wellington awards.

The St Oran's College year 12 wants to make the New Zealand team for the Under-20 World Cup in 2018.

Hillier targets Scott and Spieth

Aotea College golfer Daniel Hillier won male Sportsperson of the Year at the College Sport Wellington awards.

Aotea College golfer Daniel Hillier won male Sportsperson of the Year at the College Sport Wellington awards and is set to play at the Australian Open.

Kerr's great year continues

Tawa College's Amelia Kerr bowls for the White Ferns against Pakistan in Christchurch last week.

Tawa College cricketer Amelia Kerr was awarded female Sportsperson of the Year at the College Sport Wellington awards.

Metuarau wants to keep netball fun

Wellington East Girls' College's Tiana Metuarau in action during the College Sport Wellington netball competition in May.

The Wellington East Girls' College netballer capped a busy year by winning the CSW netballer of the year award.

Numia's painful year ends in joy

New Zealand's Xavier Numia offloads the ball while playing against the Australian Secondary Schools team in October.

The St Pat's Town prop played through the pain of a knee injury to win many plaudits in first XV rugby.

70 years of college rugby

Inoke Afeaki is arguably St Bernard’s most well known player. He played for the Hurricanes and Tonga and is currently ...

70 years of St Bernard's rugby.

Top administrator honoured

Graham Phillips, College Sport Wellington volunteer of the year for his dedication to football at Tawa College.

Graham Phillips was recognised for more than a decade of volunteer service at Tawa College at the College Sport Wellington awards.

College Sport Wellington award winners

The Dominion Post & Weltec 2016 Premier College Sportspersons of the Year Award: Amelia (Melie) Kerr (left), Tawa ...

A full wrap of the award winners from College Sport Wellington's big night.

Competition strong for CSW awards

St Pat's Town's Billy Proctor is a finalist for the rugby player of the year at the College Sports Wellington awards.

There is a host of top young sporting talent vying for the College Sport Wellington awards on Sunday night.

CSW award nominations close

Wellington East Girls' College's Phoebe Edwards won the Sportswoman of the Year at the 2015 College Sport Wellington awards.

Nominations have closed and the judging has commenced for the College Sport Wellington awards.

Wainuiomata win SKC

Wainuiomata High School's Israel Jensen attempts to step a Wellington College player in the final of the Stephen Kearney ...

Wainuiomata High School have won the Stephen Kearney Cup final for the first time at their fourth attempt.

Summer shoots to the top

Summer O'Dwyer from Samuel Marsden Collegiate won the New Zealand Secondary Schools Shooting competition.

Samuel Marsden student wins secondary schools' national shooting title.

Kerr set for White Ferns

Wellington teenager Amelia Kerr has been selected for the White Ferns.

The Wellington teenager has been honing her talents playing Wellington boys' first XI cricket.

Two Wellington schools in netball top-six

St Mary's College's goal defence Renee Savai'inaea was named defender of the tournament at the national secondary ...

 Wellington East Girls' College and St Mary's College played off for fifth and sixth at netball nationals last week.

Hahn into national league squad

Maya Hahn in action in May for Hutt Valley High School.

The Porirua footballer says she owes a lot to Ole Football Academy.

Hutt cricketers Wairarapa bound

Rising cricket star Rachin Ravindra could be playing Wairarapa club cricket.

Hutt cricketers to play in the Wairarapa.

St Mary's start well at nationals

St Mary's College's Ainsleyana Puleiata plays a pass during her side's win over Rotorua Girls' High School on Tuesday.

St Mary's College started with two emphatic wins at netball nationals.

Double delight for NZ Schools XVs

Billy Proctor (St Patrick's College, Wellington) makes a break.

New Zealand Secondary Schools XV beat Fiji while the Barbarians beat Australia in positive start to 2016 series.

Numia, Proctor in NZSS rugby team

St Pat's Town's Xavier Numia will be joined by team-mate Billy Proctor in the New Zealand Secondary Schools rugby team.

St Patrick's College Town prop Xavier Numia will be joined by team-mate Billy Proctor in the secondary schools rugby squad.

Apikotoa returns to Stream

Wellington Lions prop Joe Apikotoa is coaching St Pat's Silverstream's senior rugby league team.

Former Melbourne Storm prospect coaching his old school to rugby league supremacy.

Fencing looks to hit the target

International under-20 fencing action comes to Lower Hutt this week

Under-20 fencers from Oceania will meet in competition in Lower Hutt from Friday.

Irene van Dyk to coach teens

Irene van Dyk with daughter Bianca ahead of the Wellington Round the Bays race in February.

One lucky Wellington school to get a significant boost to its netball programme as iconic player signs on.

Wellington girls off to U17 World Cup

Onslow College and Wellington United footballer Francesca Grange (left) has been selected for the women's under-17 team ...

 Emma Main, Francesca Grange and Maggie Jenkins see their dreams realised as they book a ticket to Jordan.

'Glory League' for basketball schools

The hoop shooting at secondary schools basketball nationals will have an added technological flavour on offer.

New interactive technology in place for Secondary Schools National Basketball Championships, starting on Monday.

King of the pool

Bronson Lloyd in action at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Swimming Championships in Wellington.

A Wellington high school student won seven gold medals at the National Secondary School Swimming Championships this weekend.

St Mary's ready for nationals

The Rongotai College junior boys' basketball team celebrate their win at the lower North Island junior basketball ...

Team culture key for St Mary's College and Rongotai College basketball programmes.

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