College Sport

Turf wars over rugby injuries

Artificial turf is being studied to see whether children's sports injuries in Wellington are greater than on grass fields.

Is artificial turf more or less dangerous than real grass for our kids?

Viviers jumps to national glory

New Zealand Pony Club eventing A1 champion Aiden Viviers, in action with Giselle II at an event in Manawatu last year.

Perfect show jumping a cross-county led Aiden Viviers and Giselle II to glory at the NZPCA Eventing Championships.

Scots beat Lindisfarne 31-3

Scots College centre Tai Neli offloads during his side's win over Lindisfarne College on Tuesday.

Scots College have beaten Lindisfarne College 31-3 to setup a final against Saint Kentigern College.

RC win national junior 3x3 title

The Rongotai College junior basketball team which won the 3x3 national title: (from left) Hemi Marsland-Taylor, Kaea ...

 Rongotai College have continued their strong form in the junior basketball ranks with a national 3x3 title.

Three college students in under-21 squad

Shannon English (left, St Oran's), Lochie Paton (Scots), and Julia Gluyas (Samuel Marsden) have made the capital mens' ...

Three young college students are the latest selections for the Capital Wellington under-21 

St Mary’s success set to continue

The Sacred Heart College volleyball team play Whakatane High School on their way to a ninth place finish at nationals.

St Mary's College is aiming for gold next year after placing fifth at the national secondary schools 

East claim SS softball title

The Wellington East Girls' College softball team who won their third consecutive national secondary schools softball ...

Wellington East have won their third-staight national secondary schools softball title.

SPT duo win more Maadi gold

St Pat's Town rowers Josh Ngaia (left) and Daniel Ward celebrate winning the under-17 double sculls at the Maadi Cup ...

St Patrick's College duo Daniel Ward and Josh Ngaia won gold in the boys under-17 double 

Scots tennis lose by smallest of margins

The Scots College tennis team which narrowly lost the national secondary schools final to Saint Kentigern College.

Losses do not come any narrower than the one Scots College suffered in the national secondary schools teams tennis final.

Flying again in Jetstar Swim Squad

Togged up in their Christmas present wet suits, the Collins siblings - from left Pierce, Lauryn and Harrison - are ...

Two sets of Lower Hutt siblings are making their mark in ocean swimming, earning places in the Jetstar Super Swim Squad.

Edwards pushing for swimming records

Lower Hutt swimmer Chelsey Edwards is aiming to break New Zealand age-group freestyle swimming records.

Chelsey Edwards will take one last shot at the national 14-year-old swimming records in two weeks time. 

SPT look to break softball hoodoo

The St Pat's Town softball team celebrate winning the Wellington regional qualifier for softball nationals.

The St Patrick's Town softball team are aiming to win the national secondary schools softball title next week.

Aotea rower ready for gold

Aotea College rower Anna MacQuarrie won the North Island Secondary Schools under-17 single sculls title at Lake Karapiro.

An Aotea College student aims to be the first rower from her school to win a medal at Maadi

Aotea College rower making waves

Anna Macquarrie is rounding out this rowing season undefeated in her under-17 age grade, following another win at the ...

Anna Macquarrie is rounding out her rowing season on top and undefeated in the under-17 grade.

Sacred Heart off to volleyball nationals

The Sacred Heart senior A volleyball team celebrate with their Wellington regional volleyball gold medals.

A fourth Wellington regional volleyball title in five years has Sacred Heart College primed for nationals.

McKnight smashes 3000m record

Phoebe McKnight, on her way to smashing the girls' intermediate 3000m record, at College Sport Wellington athletics ...

Hutt Valley High School student Phoebe McKnight took 51 seconds off the Wellington girls' intermediate 3000-metre record.

Wellington College eyes elusive finals win

Wellington College first XI captain Jakob Bhula plays a cut shot against Tawa College in Wellington youth premier cricket.

Wellington College will try to win an elusive cricket final when they line up against HIBS in the regional qualifier for nationals on April 4.

SPT and WG futsal winners

Wellington Girls' College futsal player Elizabeth Crowe (right) eludes the tackle of Onslow College's Francesca Grange ...

It is quite an achievement to reach four futsal finals across two grades in the space of a week.

NI rowing medals for Wellington schools

St Pat's Town's Daniel Ward and Jordan Ngaia will look to win another Maadi Cup gold medal to go with their under-16 ...

Wellington's school rowing crews completed a solid preparation for the Maadi Cup by winning medals at North Islands.

WHS win volleyball title

Wellington High School's Lawrence Webster was named MVP of the College Sport Wellington senior volleyball championships.

Wellington High School and Sacred Heart were the winners at the College Sport Wellington Senior Regional Volleyball tournament.

Sky's the limit for Skelton

Samuel Marsden Collegiate high jumper Imogen Skelton competes at the 2016 national track and field championships in Dunedin.

Imogen Skelton will look to take her high jumping to the next level over the next 12 months to qualify for the world under-18 athletics champs.

Penese dreams of WNBA

Talented St Mary's College basketballer Sariah Penese in action for the New Zealand Basketball Academy.

Sariah Penese has her eyes set on playing in the WNBA.

Small team has big zone sport impact

Wa Ora Montessori year 9 pupils who did well at the Hutt Zone Athletics were, from left, Lily Wright, Taika Davis, Toni ...

 

Watson's five-gold kayak haul

Mana Kayak Racing Club's Danielle Watson competes on her way to winning five gold medals at the national canoe sprint ...

Danielle Watson have produced another impressive haul of medals at kayaking nationals.

St Mary's win top sevens title

The St Mary's sevens team celebrate winning the open girls division of the Sir Gordon Tietjens Sevens in Palmerston North.

The St Mary's College girls sevens team has beaten national champion Hamilton Girls' to win the Sir Gordon Tietjens tournament.

Wellington win McEvedy video

Wellington College captain Liam Webb lifts the McEvedy Shield after his school won the title on Tuesday.

Wellington College have retained the McEvedy Shield, romping to their 50th win in the traditional athletics meet.

Recap: McEvedy Shield live blog 2016

The end of last year's McEvedy Shield at Newtown Park.

Wellington College have done it again - see a recap here of the action.

Tit-for-tat vandalism hits St Pats

Wellington College woke up to graffiti all over the school last Monday morning.

Tit-for-tat graffiti addressed by principals ahead of Wellington's McEvedy Shield athletics competition.

St Mary's volleyball looking strong

St Mary's College junior volleyball team compete on their way to claiming the division one title at the North Island ...

Could St Mary's College be on the cusp of a purple patch of volleyball titles?

Carman's summer of personal bests

Wainuiomata High School runner Joel Carman wins the under-18 1500 metres at the Wellington Centre Championships earlier ...

Joel Carman has notched several personal bests this summer as he eyes a medal at athletics nationals.

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