Having a ball

Kahu Kahn (14), of Bayfield High School, takes aim in a dodgeball game at the Metro Indoor Sports...
Kahu Kahn (14), of Bayfield High School, takes aim in a dodgeball game at the Metro Indoor Sports Centre yesterday
Regan Reihana-Flett (15), of King's High School, looks to make an impact in a dodgeball game at...
Regan Reihana-Flett (15), of King's High School, looks to make an impact in a dodgeball game at the Metro Indoor Sports Centre
Logan Park High School's Grace Jones (15) looks to move the ball despite the the attention of...
Logan Park High School's Grace Jones (15) looks to move the ball despite the the attention of Jemma Mortimer (14), of Kavanagh College, in a handball match at the Edgar Centre. PHOTOS: GREGOR RICHARDSON
East Otago High School pupil Abagail Paton (13) shoots for the goal while trying to ward off the...
East Otago High School pupil Abagail Paton (13) shoots for the goal while trying to ward off the attention of Columba College's Mia Stout (14) in a handball match at the Edgar Centre

With exams over and the end of the school year not too far away, most junior secondary school pupils are entering a relaxed mode.

But they have a chance to put in some physical work this week as the end-of-year sports tournament takes place.

Yesterday, handball and dodgeball were played while 3x3 basketball will feature today.

Other sports scheduled for the week are volleyball, hockey, touch, indoor cricket, Ki O Rahi and pool.

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