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    • Results – 2021 Indoor Bowls Tournament
      • 8 Jul 2021
      • College Sport Wellington
      • Please the results of the 2021 CSW Indoor Bowls Championships below: Championship Singles 1st Jordan Keen (Onslow College) 2nd Jesse Kibblewhite (Aotea College) 3rd Samuel Strachan (Aotea College) 4th Lucius Hartley (Aotea College) Championship Pairs 1st Tawa College 2nd Newlands College 3rd Aotea College 4th Sacred Heart Red (Novice Pair 1st) 5th Sacred Heart Black A big thank you to Kyle Waldron from North Wellington Indoor Bowls for running the event.\ The post Results – 2021 Indoor Bowls Tournament appeared first on College Sport Wellington.
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    • Ava and Amy Running Up a Storm in Cross Country
      • 24 Jun 2021
      • College Sport Wellington
      • Results from the NZ Secondary Schools Cross Country Champs below: Individual medals Ava Sutherland (Wgtn Girls) 1st U 16 Girls Amy McHardy (Wgtn Girls) 2nd U 16 Girls Will Anthony (Scots) 2nd Sen Boys Henry Beliveau (Wgtn) 3rd Sen Boys Team Medals Wgtn    1st Y9 Boys 3 person Wgtn    1st Y9 Boys  6 person Wgtn Girls 3rd Y9 Girls 3 person Wgtn    1st U16 Boys 3 person Wgtn    2nd U16 Boys 6 person Wgtn Girls   1st U16 Girls 3 person Wgtn Girls   1st U16 Girls 6 person Wgtn    3rd Sen Boys 6 person Top finisher in each grade Y9 Boys   Joe Martin (Wgtn) 6th Y9 Girls  Eva Green (HVHS)  9th U16 Boys  Max Poland (SPS)  4th U16 Girls   Ava Sutherland (Wgtn Girls)  1st Sen Boys   Henry Beliveau (Wgtn) 3rd Sen Girls   Lucy Jurke (Wgtn Girls) 18th Relay Results: Y9 Boys   2nd Y9 Girls   5th U16 Boys  1st U16 Girls  1st Sen Boys  1st Sen Girls  5th Y9 Girls were only 6 secs away from 2nd place, and Sen Girls were 9 secs away from 2nd place.   Following story courtesy of College Sport Media Ava Sutherland (left), Amy McHardy (right) While most of the country sought shelter from the shivering weather on Saturday, Ava Sutherland and Amy McHardy of Wellington Girls’ College were in their element. The pair finished first and second in the Junior Girls’ National Secondary Schools’ Cross Country Championships at the A&P Showgrounds in Hawera. Sutherland hadn’t beaten McHardy this year, but saved her best for the big stage. “Amy got in front before me. I was running and I was like ‘come on Amy, let’s go, we’re nearly there.’ I think I got a bit of adrenaline or something. I wasn’t expecting to win” Sutherland admitted. McHardy had led all the way. “We both like to take the start and it was a really fast start. We got to the front after about 600 meters. When there was 30-meters to go Ava said ‘well done’ and got past me. We work together, train together and bring out the best in each other. We managed to win the three-person and six-person team races as well which was awesome,” McHardy said. The final time for Sutherland was 11.25.50 with McHardy on 11.27.80. Gabrielle Healy (6th) and Kate McHardy (9th) ensured a Wellington Girls’ sweep of junior honours. A flat start was followed by a downhill section that narrowed out and a short, treacherous, hill climb due to the thick mud and driving rain. “It was really wet and muddy but that made it fun, a real cross country race, a real cool experience,” McHardy enthused. Louise Brabyn (Whanganui Collegiate) was seven seconds adrift in third place. “My favourite training course has eight river crossings and is really fun in the rain. I liked the course,” Sutherland concurred. Both girls are aligned with the Olympic Harriers club. They train and compete in a mixed environment on Tuesday and Thursday nights at Nairnville Park as well as racing most weekends. McHardy beat Sutherland for the Wellington Regional title, but both rely upon coach John Cope for their success. “He makes sure we enjoy it, but when it gets close to competition he challenges us and makes sure we’re putting in the grind,” McHardy said. McHardy first met Cope when she made the Wellington Interregional team while at intermediate. She was fifth in the 2019 Nationals in Timaru and has been the top junior runner in the capital. Sutherland’s parents are eager runners and their daughter got serious about it in 2018. “I had a long-time rival who kept beating me at intermediate. When I beat her the first time I continued to put a lot more effort into it, Sutherland revealed. The next big race on the calendar is the National Secondary Schools’ Road Race in Akaroa, Christchurch in October. The post Ava and Amy Running Up a Storm in Cross Country appeared first on College Sport Wellington.
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    • 2021 CSW Cross Country Champs – Results
      • 26 May 2021
      • College Sport Wellington
      • Results form the 2021 College Sport Wellington Cross Country championships held at Harcourt Park in Upper Hutt on Wednesday 26th May: Results – PDF version Results – Online version Congratulations to all students who took part. The post 2021 CSW Cross Country Champs – Results appeared first on College Sport Wellington.
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    • Paul Cameron Cup – Results
      • 14 May 2021
      • College Sport Wellington
      • Below is all the results from the Premier Netball Tournament (Paul Cameron Cup) Round 1 St Oran’s College 26 beat Upper Hutt 14 Hutt Valley High 32 beat Porirua College 10 Kapiti College 10 beat Chilton St James 6 Naenae College 11 drew Newlands College 11 Samuel Marsden 35 beat Whitby Collegiate 2 Wellington Girls’ 24 beat Aotea College 7 Heretaunga College 18 beat Taita College 12 Wellington East 21 beat Otaki College 7 Paraparaumu College 20 beat Tawa College 15 Sacred Heart 28 beat Onslow College 2 Round 2 Hutt Valley High 21 beat St Oran’s College 19 St Mary’s College 29 beat Upper Hutt 4 Newlands College 16 beat Kapiti College 6 Queen Margaret 22 beat Chilton St James 7 Wellington Girls’ 17 beat Heretaunga College 8 Samuel Marsden 21 beat Aotea College 12 Taita College 15 beat Whitby Collegiate 11 Sacred Heart 19 beat Paraparaumu College 18 Wellington East 25 beat Tawa College 11 Onslow College 19 beat Otaki College 7 Round 3 St Mary’s College 31 beat Hutt Valley High 8 St Oran’s College 31 beat Porirua College 5 Queen Margaret 27 beat Newlands College 8 Naenae College 14 beat Kapiti College 9 Samuel Marsden 22 beat Heretaunga College 6 Wellington Girls’ 29 beat Taita College 7 Aotea College 16 beat Whitby Collegiate 2 Sacred Heart 15 beat Wellington East 7 Paraparaumu College 15 beat Onslow College 10 Tawa College 23 beat Otaki College 9 Round 4 Hutt Valley High 21 beat Upper Hutt 6 St Mary’s College 32 beat Porirua College 3 Newlands College 14 beat Chilton St James 4 Queen Margaret 23 beat Naenae College 12 Aotea College 23 beat Heretaunga College 12 Wellington Girls’ 33 beat Whitby Collegiate 1 Samuel Marsden 31 beat Taita College 3 Sacred Heart 21 beat Tawa College 12 Paraparaumu College 21 beat Otaki College 5 Wellington East 15 beat Onslow College 2 Round 5 St Mary’s College 29 beat St Oran’s College 10 Upper Hutt 20 beat Porirua College 14 Queen Margaret 25 beat Kapiti College 14 Chilton St James 9 beat Naenae College 8 Samuel Marsden 13 beat Wellington Girls’ 12 Aotea College 24 beat Taita College 16 Heretaunga College 24 beat Whitby Collegiate 7 Wellington East 19 beat Paraparaumu College 4 Tawa College 20 beat Onslow College 12 Sacred Heart 33 beat Otaki College 7 SECTION PLAYOFFS St Mary’s College 21 beat Sacred Heart 14 Samuel Marsden 18 beat Queen Margaret 10 Wellington East 17 beat Hutt Valley High 11 Wellington Girls’ 23 beat Newlands College 8 St Oran’s College 21 beat Paraparaumu College 19 Aotea College 22 beat Naenae College 10 Tawa College 17 beat Upper Hutt 14 Heretaunga College 15 beat Kapiti College 9 Onslow College 11 beat Porirua College 8 Chilton St James 14 beat Taita College 6 FINAL RESULTS St Mary’s 15 beat Samuel Marsden 14 1st & 2nd Sacred Heart 23 beat Queen Margaret 10 3rd & 4th Wellington East 12 beat Wellington Girls’ 9 5th & 6th Hutt Valley High 18 beat Newlands College 15 7th & 8th Aotea College 20 beat St Oran’s College 17 9th & 10th Paraparaumu College 22 beat Naenae College 9 11th & 12th Heretaunga College 17 beat Tawa College 12 13th & 14th Kapiti College 23 beat Upper Hutt 14 15th & 16th Chilton St James 8 beat Onslow College 7 17th & 18th Taita College 12 beat Porirua College 7 19th & 20th Whitby Collegiate 21 beat Otaki College 17 21st & 22nd   The post Paul Cameron Cup – Results appeared first on College Sport Wellington.
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