College Sport

Leti-I'iga fearless on rugby field

Porirua College student Ayesha Leti-I'iga has been a handful for her much older opposition in the women's national provincial championship.

Ayesha Leti-I'iga dreams of wearing a Black Ferns shirt one day, which could happen much sooner than she thinks

Wellington Girls' on track for national redemption

Tegan Graham will be an important part of Wellington Girls' College's quest for a national basketball title.

Wellington Girls' College have started well in their quest for national secondary schools basketball redemption.

Wellington East eye top national netball finish

Wellington East's Mila Reuelu-Buchanan (right) will be an important cog in her team's national title bid.

Wellington East and St Mary's will both be competitive at secondary schools netball nationals.

High hoops for Kiwi prodigy

Kiwi schoolboy hoops sensation Tai Wynyard has plenty on his plate as he works towards his move to Kentucky.

Tai Wynyard might have a basketball schedule to make your head spin, but it's all headed in one firm direction.

Curtin wins Youth Commonweath Games silver

Aotea College year 10 Seamus Curtin competes during the lawn bowls mixed pairs at the Youth Commonweath Games in Samoa earlier this month.

Aotea College year 10 lawn bowler Seamus Curtin has won silver at the Youth Commonwealth Games.

Wairarapa College dual hockey winners

Wairarapa College hat-trick hero Lucien Burt (left) tackles Wellington College midfielder Paul Horrocks as he is surrounded by Wairarapa defenders.

Wairarapa College have won both divisions of the Wellington secondary schools hockey competition.

Rongotai College junior basketball do double

Rongotai College celebrate winning the Thompson Cup, beating Tawa in the final 63-51.

Rongotai College basketball could be on the verge of a resurgence - if their junior team is any indication.

Queen Margaret qualify for Federation Cup

The Queen Margaret hockey team which won the Audrey Timlin Cup to qualify for the Federation Cup.

Queen Margaret College went through hail and back in Invercargill to win promotion into the premier division of secondary schools hockey for 2016. 

Scots want answers on rugby drama

Rotorua Boys' High School celebrated their win over Scots College in the national first XV final, but questions still remain about how they got to the top four.

Scots College wants to see more answers in rugby eligibility drama.

School fielded ineligible players

Rotorua Boys' High School won the national first XV title with a win over Scots College on September 6.

Review called into schoolboy rugby eligibility of players from Rotorua Boys' High School.

Eight Wellington players in NZ Schools

St Pat's Silverstream hooker Asafo Aumua, with ball, is one of eight Wellington players named in the New Zealand Schools squad to tour Australia.

Five Wellington schools contribute eight players to the NZ Schools rugby team to tour Australia.

Wellington College under-15s undefeated year

The Wellington College under-15 football team celebrate their win at an Auckland invitational tournament.

Wellington College's under-15 football team have achieved an undefeated season.

Aotea students love to take on the mud

Aotea College's Marcus Johnstone, Alex Awatere, and Jacob Hulme-Moir have done well in the secondary schools category of the Tough Guy and Gal Challenge.

Aotea College students enjoyed the recent Tough Guy and Gal competition.

Scots College miss second straight national title

Scots College's Henry Mexted (back) can't hide his disappointment as Rotorua Boys' High School's James Tofa crosses in the corner.

Scots College were beaten at the final hurdle in their quest for a second successive national first XV title.

Wellington schools achieve mixed winter results

Hutt International Boys' School (red) were unfortunate to be drawn against eventual finalists, Nelson College (blue) and Sacred Heart, in their pool at the national secondary schools football competition.

Wellington College might have missed out on Wellington football honours, but they finished the best of the teams from the capital at nationals.

Anton Jenkins dives into the record books

Anton Jenkins competes at the New Zealand Diving Championships in Auckland last month.

Anton Jenkins achieved his goal of scoring more than 500 points in the 3m springboard at the national championships in Auckland.

Scots beaten by Rotorua Boys' in national final

Scots College's Malo Manuao tries to evade Tiaki-Toa Harrison of Rotorua Boy's High School during the National 1st XV Championship Final on Sunday.

Scots College's quest for a second successive national secondary schools rugby title has failed at the final hurdle.

Jordan Hunt looking at US options

Onslow College's Hayden Robertson, right, rises above Newlands College defender Zyrus Grace in the Wellington premier one basketball final.

Jordan Hunt towers above his schoolmates but height is always relative on a basketball court.

Scots lose Moascar Cup in odd circumstances

St Andrew's College, from Christchurch, are the new holders of the Moascar Cup.

Scots College have lost the Moascar Cup in odd circumstances.

Big boys feature in top four rugby clash

Big prop Alex Fidow has been an outstanding contributor to the Scots College first XV.

Two bulky boys will be searching for the tryline again when Scots College meet Otago Boys' in their top four clash in Rotorua on Friday.

Early test for HIBS at football nationals

The St Mary's College senior football team won the Wellington premier one college title for the first time when beating Hutt Valley High School in a penalty shootout.

Wellington football champions Hutt International will get an early test of their worth on the national stage next Monday.

Graham twins chasing basketball double

Twins Tegan (Wellington Girls') and Shay Graham (Onslow) will both be involved in the Wellington premier one college basketball finals on Friday.

This would be a family double with a difference.

Wellington Girls' combining talents

Wellington Girls' athlete Caitlin Grice will play for both the senior netball and basketball sides at the lower North Island tournaments next week.

Wellington Girls' will mix 'n' match in Palmerston North next week

St Pat's Town and Scots meet again

St Pat's Town loose forward Kevin Fauatea on the burst, with Connor Fitzsimons in support, against Scots College in the Wellington premier one final.

Same teams, same venue, different prize.

Big targets for Bishop Viard

The Bishop Viard first XV tackle the Wellington premier two final on Saturday.

THE Bishop Viard first XV gets a crack at two significant prizes this month.

Saker plays part for Wellington College

New Zealand futsal representative Luc Saker, right,  has been a prolific goalscorer for the Wellington College football team.

Luc Saker is quick on his feet. The New Zealand senior Futsal representative is now making an impression with a round ball on outside arenas.

Sister act helps St Mary's reach football final

Two sets of sisters have helped the St Mary's first XI make the Wellington premier one football final. From left: Sydnie and Georgia Williams and Katie and Zoe Barrott.

Katie Barrott has no problems with being upstaged by her little sister on the football field.

Kiwi b'ballers make most of home advantage

Taane Samuel is the highest for the New Zealand under-16 basketball side against Australia during the four-team Oceania tournament at St Pat's College, Silverstream.

International basketball came to Upper Hutt on the weekend.

Season not over for Scots first XV

The St Pat's Town players are ecstatic while it is agony for the Scots team at the end of the premiership rugby final at Porirua Park.

Scots College have lost one title but can still end the term with a trophy in the cabinet.

Wellington teams will clash early in Rankin Cup

Scots College first XI captain Sam Chandler, left, and Wellington College captain Logen Stent, will square off at least four times at college level this winter. Scots and Wellington College have already had two drawn matches this year and are in the same pool at the Rankin Cup tournament in Auckland.

Familiar foes will be meeting on an unfamiliar battlefield at the national Rankin Cup tournament in Auckland.

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