Plenty of action on fields, courts

Columba College goal attack Harriett Cuttence (17) (left) looks to grab the ball ahead of...
Columba College goal attack Harriett Cuttence (17) (left) looks to grab the ball ahead of Craighead Diocesan defender Millie Ford (18) at Columba College. PHOTO: GREGOR RICHARDSON
St Hilda’s Collegiate football players (from left): Bee Park (17), Summer Cooper (15), Hannah...
St Hilda’s Collegiate football players (from left): Bee Park (17), Summer Cooper (15), Hannah Langsbury (15) and Belle King-Begg celebrate scoring a goal against Columba College at Logan Park. PHOTO: PETER MCINTOSH
St Hilda’s Collegiate player Ella Booth gets down low to hit the ball at the Mcmillan Centre...
St Hilda’s Collegiate player Ella Booth gets down low to hit the ball at the Mcmillan Centre yesterday. PHOTO: PETER MCINTOSH
Columba College, St Hilda’s Collegiate, Craighead Diocesan, from Timaru, and St Margaret’s College, from Christchurch, started a sports exchange yesterday.
 
Netball, badminton, hockey and debating traditionally make up the exchange while basketball and football have been added this year to give pupils more opportunities as some sports have had limited seasons. The exchange will conclude today.

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