Secondary Sport

Win culmination of five years' training

Kavanagh College's rowers again performed with distinction at the Maadi Cup.

Sacrifices starting to pay dividends

Sacrifices starting to pay dividends

Earnscleugh youth Kensa Randle and her family are on the edge of their seats.

Many Otago pupils to fore in athletics

King's sent 39 competitors to the Otago-Southland athletics championships.

Hard work brings success

Hard work brings success

Life is a balancing act for Otago Girls' High School pupil Kiano Pelasio, who knows how to successfully mix three sports with schoolwork.

Top performances on and off the water

Mt Aspiring success Mt Aspiring College has had an outstanding start to the sporting year with top results in the following South Island events:

Basketball Jaren's priority - at least for now

Basketball Jaren's priority - at least for now

When you are busy mapping out a future for yourself in basketball, the last thing you expect is a call from an Australian rules football club.

Tournament gives pair their chance to shine

Tournament gives pair their chance to shine

Caitlin Blakely and Polly Inglis like to lead from the front.

Successful season for Kings' cricketers

The King's High Junior First XI has played traditional rivals Southland Boys', Waitaki Boys' and Shirley Boys'.

Deans' sights set overseas

Deans' sights set overseas

A College pupil Caitlin Deans broke two New Zealand records last month and has emerged as one of the country's brightest swimming prospects.

Handball new at tournament

Year 11 PE pupils have recently been introduced to a new sport by handball enthusiasts Michael Laufiso, L. J. Apaipo and Augusto Telini.

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