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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.

Loss after 98 wins a lesson

Underwater hockey.

Wellington Girls' College underwater hockey team lose their first game since 2012 to Nelson College for Girls.

Fox on prowl for Scots College

Englishman Sam Fox got his first taste of New Zealand rugby in Scots' 16-12 win over St Pat's Silverstream last Saturday.

Sam Fox played his first game in a Scots College jersey, after arriving here from southern England.

Rongotai send message with win

Rongotai College centre Denzelle To'o avoids the cover defense of St Pat's Town fullback Grayson Whitman to score.

Rongotai College have put the "big four" on notice with a tough win against St Pat's Town.

HIBS ready for strong football season

Last year's premier girl's football winners, Hutt Valley High School (pictured after their win), started their title defence with a 4-0 win over Queen Margaret College.

HIBS look set to press Wellington College and Hutt Valley High School in premier football competition.

St Mary's showing worth

St Mary's netball star Colleen Faleafaga.

There is no lack of depth in Wellington school netball

Forman performs well ahead of major assignments

Wellington East athlete Kelsey Forman has won the senior girls title at the Wellington secondary schools cross-country championships for the second time.

Kelsey Forman hopes to have two national championships and a world championship on her dance card this winter.

Allrounder seeks more fields to conquer

Silverstream head boy Kenneth Tuffin is spreading his sporting talents wide this year.

Kenneth Tuffin is grabbing every opportunity in his final year at school.

Town beat College in thriller

St Pat's Town v Wellington College, May 27, 2015.

St Pat's Town have beaten Wellington College 15-11 in a tight and tense traditional rugby clash.

Traditional rivals square off again

The Wellington College first XV performs a haka before the 2014 traditional against St Pat's Town.

St Pat's Town the narrow favourites against Wellington College in annual fixture on Wednesday.

Teenage bowler on international stage

Aotea College's Seamus Curtin will represent New Zealand at the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games.

SEAMUS CURTIN  could become a poster boy for the next generation of bowlers.

Cross-country, then the hockey final

Wairarapa College midfielder Wills Taylor and Wellington College goalkeeper Sam Dearsley collide during a penalty shootout to decide their premier one hockey match.

TOM CAUGHLEY and James Preston will be rivals on Wednesday and team-mates on Friday.

Cordwell rising up the rowing ranks

Wellington East Girls' College rower Bella Cordwell will get her first experience at an international level this year.

Bella Cordwell took up rowing after watching the best, now she is having a crack at joining the best.

More golden times for Edwards

Chilton St James pupil Chelsey Edwards won five gold medals at the national age group swimming championships.

It has been another golden month for Chelsey Edwards.

Moascar Cup returns to Wellington

St Pat's Town tight forward Penieli Poasa shows the passion associated with first XV rugby.

Andy Leslie had just become the All Black captain and Norman Kirk was Prime Minister the last time a Moascar Cup match was held in Wellington.

Tough week for Wellington Girls'

Wellington Girls' College player  Francesa Wotton.

Wellington Girls' College will attempt to defend their premier tournament title tomorrow, after a week of mixed fortunes.

Galloway taking a more relaxed approach

Hutt Valley High School's Scott Galloway

Scott Galloway has lifted his foot off the squash accelerator.

New challenge at home for Scots

Versatile back Peter Umaga-Jensen leads the Scots College first XV.

Scots College will not be able to ease back into the local rugby scene following their Japanese venture.

Wellington Girls' earn clash with Mt Albert

Wellington East netball captain Mila Reuelu-Buchanan.

WELLINGTON GIRLS' COLLEGE have earned a crack at the champs.

Bryant ready to make mark on international stage

Upper Hutt College's Kennedy Bryant will tour Thailand in July, with the New Zealand secondary schools football team.

KENNEDY BRYANT wasn't thinking about making the New Zealand secondary schools football team at the start of the year.

Scots College knocked out of world rugby tournament

Connor Garden-Bachop of Scots College

Scots College 1st XV have been thrashed 34-8 by Brisbane Boys College in their semi-final of the Sanix world rugby youth tournament in Fukuoka, Japan.

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