Private school students petition to be included in Wellington's annual McEvedy Shield tournament.
Watching the sunrise from on top of a mountain is one thing, but Jackson Rich's newest opportunity is something he is seriously looking forward to.
Aaron Phillips can't even drive yet but he's knows how to handle a gun.
The ITF Tecnifibre Tennis Central Championships in Wellington have reached the semifinals stage with a host of top talent still in the title mix.
Hutt International Boys' School team-mates Rachin Ravindra and Ben Sears will play for New Zealand at the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Bangladesh.
Hutt International Boys’ School cricketers made cricket history on Friday.
Australian cheerleading judges had high praise for Upper Hutt squad.
Hutt International Boys' School have overcome a sluggish start to record an 84-run win in their opening national secondary schools first XI cup match.
Wellington's four gold medalists at the Secondary Schools Athletics National Championships won with differing levels of ease.
Amelia Taylor only started competing in track and road cycling last year but has already proved herself as a talented cyclist.
A third title in a row has confirmed the powerhouse status of Hutt International Boys School in Wellington secondary school cricket.
Jacob Ellison has returned to Porirua and wants help the next generation of rugby players succeed.
Sarah Ward's success at motor racing might be considered a collision of three factors.
Christian Davey has capped an outstanding year of multisport with a fifth placing at the under-19 World Duathlon Championships.
Caitlin Georgantas is happy with how her year in the BMX saddle has gone.
Taane Samuel will look to keep impressing on the basketball court in the hope of securing a US university scholarship.
Ben Power is a star in rugby and athletics, but says the oval ball game will take over when he leaves Hutt International Boys' School this year.
Kiriana Wairau-Hunter aims for Black Sticks.
Jack Nelson-Murray, Zac Donaldson and Hannon Brighouse have signed for Hawke's Bay after playing for St Pat's Town in college rugby.
Troy Johnson will lead his HIBS side to the Gillette Cup in search of an illusive victory for a Wellington school.
Wellington East Girls' College netballer Mila Reuelu-Buchanan has a good chance of making the New Zealand under-21 team.
Noah Billingsley will take his considerable footballing talents to the United States where he will attend the University of California, Santa Barbara.
All the winners from the College Sport Wellington awards on Sunday night.
Daniel Hillier has ridden a wave of confidence on his way to an outstanding year in golf.
Phoebe Edwards' outstanding 2015 athletics year has won her the female Sportsperson of the Year award at the College Sport Wellington awards.
After a torrid time at the Canoe Sprint World Youth Championships, Tess Allen is hoping to get back into a boat with a more familiar partner.
Labour Weekend might
Wellington will be represented at the Gillette Cup national cricket finals by HIBS for the second consecutive year.
Hutt Internationals Boys' School sailor will compete for New Zealand at the Youth World Sailing Championships in Malaysia in December.