College Sport

St Pat's Town ready to grab rare opportunity

St Pat's Town will meet Scots College in the Wellington premier one college rugby final on Saturday.

Five years since a final, 20 years since a win.

Scots College looking to reverse trend

Scots College prop Alex Fidow will be a key player when Scots meet St Pat's Town in the final of the Wellington schools competition on Sunday.

Scots College will have form and the law of averages on their side in the premier one rugby final.

Forman adds another title

Wellington East College student Kelsey Forman tracks Auckland's Kat  Badham before winning the women's under-18 title at the national cross-country championships in Christchurch on Saturday.

Kelsey Forman is in good company.

Rugby 'crash course' for Osaka teens

Tamaki Poki of Hutt International Boys tackles an Osaka opponent with fellow HIBS players Jack Whiteman and Rielly Edwards also looking to close down the attack.  
Japan Team v HIBS at Petone Recreation, Lower Hutt, New Zealand on Sunday 26 July 2015.Photo by Masanori Udagawa.

Former All Black fullback Christian Cullen is helping give teens from Osaka, Japan, a taste of New Zealand-style rugby.

Another final in sight for Silverstream

Silverstream hooker Asafo Aumua has been in outstanding form this year.

St Pat's Silverstream have made a habit of being part of the big show.

From Colombia to Canterbury

Wellington East schoolmates Phoebe Edwards, left, and Kelsey Forman relished their experience at the world youth championships in Colombia.

Cali one week, Christchurch the next.

Big roles for Wellington College skipper

Wellington College skipper Kemara Hauiti-Parapara will be a key player in the semifinal clash with Scots College on Saturday.

Kemara Hauiti-Parapara thrives with the ball in hand but it doesn't have to be a rugby ball.

Star players live up to billing

New Zealand secondary schools rep Colleen Faleafaga was a standout performer at the national under-17 netball tournament.

THE cream rose to the top at the national under-17 netball championships.

Big week ahead for Wellington College first XI

Futsal Whites representative Luc Saker is also making a mark for the Wellington College football first XI

THE Wellington College first XI will have their mettle tested in the next week.

Determined Donaldson returns for traditional

Talented sportsman Zac Donaldson is back in action with the St Pat's Town first XV, three months after breaking a leg.

ZAC DONALDSON has not allowed a broken leg to end his rugby season.

Judo pair look to Japan for Olympics

Wellington's top age-group judokas, Qona Christie (top) and Alex Rivett, have been training at the Australian Institute of Sport.

A pair of Wellington's best judo performers will look to train in Japan on their way to potential Olympic competition.

Twins make impact at Hurricanes U18 level

Scots College captain Peter Umaga-Jensen was also selected to lead the Hurricanes under-18 side.

Peter and Thomas Umaga-Jensen were twin threats in midfield for the Hurricanes under-18 team this week.

European success for Stoupe

Hutt International student George Stoupe has won a junior tennis title in Europe.

Hutt International student George Stoupe has had a tournament win in Europe.

One loss but little reward for Porirua

St Mary's College basketballer Sariah Penese made the tournament team at the under-17 national championships for a second time.

One sub par game proved costly for the Porirua under 17 girls basketball team at the national tournament.

Viard reunion to recall glory days

Bishop Viard College First XV, 1991.

The stories will flow at a Bishop Viard College rugby reunion this month.

Onslow College hooping along

Onslow College has made a good start to the premier one college basketball competition.

Onslow basketball coach Craig Freear wants his team to fly under the radar but his players are not making it easy.

Man for all seasons

HIBS sports captain Ben Sears is making a significant impact for his school across two sporting codes.

Ben Sears is proving to be a man for all seasons.

Solid Wellington under-17 netball squad

New Zealand secondary schools representative Mila Reuelu-Buchanan will have a key role for Wellington at the national under-17 netball championships next week.

NATIONAL representatives Colleen Faleafaga and Mila Reuelu-Buchanan will spearhead the Wellington under-17 netball squad for the national championships, which begin in Mt Maunganui on Monday.

Wellington College bounce back

Wellington College produced an improved performance when beating Rongotai College last Saturday.

The Wellington College first XV ensured that they finished a testing week on a good note when beating Rongotai College on Saturday.

Viard first-five leads by example

Bishop Viard 1st XV first-five Foliga Vaalepu-Austin is having an outstanding season.

Foliga Vaalepu-Austin is one of the leaders on the field for Bishop Viard's 1st XV.

HIBS duo hit hockey century

Hutt International Boys' School (HIBS) hockey players Troy Johnson (left) and Deevan Rama both brought up 100 games for the first XI in recent weeks

Deevan Rama and Troy Johnson both brought up 100 games for the HIBS hockey first XI within weeks of each other.

Quadrangular final counts down gallery

29062015. Sport.Kevin Stent/Fairfax. Quadrangular schoolboys rugby tournament at Wellington College. Wellington College v Christ's College. Centre Pio Lupo.

Wellington College beat Christ's College 36-8 in a first step towards their 13th-straight Quadrangular Tournament win.

Horan chasing Olympic dream

Hamish Horan is taking aim at the Olympics after just a year of competitive archery.

Hamish Horan has the Olympics in his sights after just a year of competitive archery.

Mudzekenyedzi's journey to Canes U-18s

Heretaunga College centre Brandon Mudzekenyedzi has made the Hurricanes under-18 training camp.

Brandon Mudzekenyedzi hopes to make the New Zealand Secondary Schools rugby team this year.

Fencers aim high at Commonwealths

Nick Henderson (blue) competing at the New Zealand under-23 Fencing Foil Championships on June 1.

Two of Wellington's top fencers will test their skills against international competition in Cape Town, South Africa.

HVHS basketball chasing dual titles

Hutt Valley High School captain, Grace Vaofusi, in action during her team's loss to Wellington Girls' College in the 2014 Sharp Cup final.

The Hutt Valley High School senior basketball teams are chasing dual titles in 2015.

Momentum building the aim for Wellington College

Wellington College coach Lincoln Rawles said year 11 Naitoa Ah Kuoi is now the "old fella" of the pack.

Wellington College's first XV are looking to build momentum after a slow start to the season.

Small statue, massive effort

Tawa Swimming Club's young champion Joel Crampton won gold at the recent national age group championships.

A 13-year-old Tawa swimmer's small stature belies his talent in the gruelling butterfly event.

Rugby kicked into touch at Naenae

Naenae College is the only school in the region without a first fifteen. The team folded after the players showed a lack of commitment. This photograph shows Jude Perez working with the players in April.

Naenae College has pulled the plug on its first fifteen rugby team.

Triumphant win for St Pat's gallery

Silverstream's Tovio Nasalio tackled by Ish Perkins-Banse Wellington College V St Pat's Silverstream first XV rugby match at Wellington College.

St Patrick's Silverstream has retained the Ken Gray Memorial Trophy with an exciting victory over Wellington College.

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