Isobel Ryan's eyes are firmly set on the New Zealand open
championships next year.
The first XI hockey team was a fine second at the elite
Federation Cup in Dunedin, losing 1-0 to Wairarapa College in
the final, while the second XI finished ninth at the Jenny
McDonald tournament in Ashburton.
is not generally the done thing for a young New Zealand
athlete to look up to a South African.
McGlashan is proud to have nine New Zealand representatives
in a wide array of sports.
Described by his coach as a young, white Sugar Ray Robinson,
Alex Hanan is taking the New Zealand boxing scene by storm.
The Taieri College year 9 netball team produced a first for
the region over the school holidays.
The annual sports exchange with Central Southland College has
been completed for another year.
Georgia and Kate Heffernan have a bright future ahead of them
in their sports.
Kavanagh has experienced great success in two recent
Competitiveness - it shows in whatever Waitaki Girls' High
School pupil Rebecca Dellaway does.
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