Winter Tournament Week

Hockey Girls:
The Hockey Girls competed in the Federation Cup/Marie Fry Trophy in Whangarei. This is the top two tiers for Hockey in New Zealand. The girls finished the tournament 9th in Marie Fry after saving themselves from relegation through some outstanding Hockey.

Hockey Boys:
The Hockey Boys competed at Mayhill cup in Rotorua which is one of the three 3rd tier National tournaments. The boys finished 15th overall this year.

Football Girls:
The Football girls competed at Lotto Premiership in Taupo. This is the top Football tournament for girls with 32 teams competing. The girls had an outstanding tournament with it being their 2nd year in this tournament finishing 7th overall.

Football Boys:
The Football Boys Competed at Mayhill cup in Auckland which is one of the 2nd Graded tournaments. They did exceptionally well considering they had some injuries and only went with 14 boys finishing 11th out of 24 teams.

Basketball Junior Girls:
The junior girls Basketball was played in Tauranga and is a regional tournament. The girls had to move into the premier grade after the development grade having low numbers and they played well to finish 4th overall.

Basketball Senior Boys:
The senior boys competed in the Senior Boys AA Premiership tournament in Rotorua. The boys were a very young team and they finished 18th overall.

Netball:
The Netball girls competed at the Upper North Island Secondary Schools Tournament in Tauranga. The girls were in B Grade (of which there were 4 grades). The girls played outstanding and finished 12th overall.

Rugby:
The Rugby boys competed in the ‘Rugby by the beach’ tournament at Papamoa College. This is the second year this tournament has been running, but the first year during winter tournament. The boys finished 6th overall.

Underwater Hockey:
The underwater Hockey girls competed at the North Island Secondary Schools champs in Rotorua. After the girls went in as a late entry it was awesome for them to finish 7th overall.

 

 

 




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