Auckland Diocese: Baradene College, Auckland: The Baradene U17 rowing eight won the gold medal at the Maadi Cup. Lucy Burrell and Grainne Walsh were selected as NZ trialists. At the NISS Athletics Championships, Lillian Bing came first in the U16 Pole Vault, Penelope Salmon came first in the Intermediate 3000m, Macey Hilton and Rosa Taylor were members of the U16 4 x 400 relay team which placed 1st.
Carmel College, Auckland: Kiera and Leah Sinton have both qualified for the 420 Sailing World Cup to be held in Portugal. Bronte Rippin (Y7) won the NZ National No Gi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu tournament.
St Mary’s College, Auckland: Michaela Barry (Y13) had her composition Tēnei Whenua performed and recorded by the Auckland Symphony Orchestra. St Peter’s College, Auckland: Rower, Harry Fitzpatrick won gold in the U16 Singles at the Maadi Cup. Harry was seeded 8th for the event, taking the win from Lane 8.
Palmerston North Diocese: St Joseph’s School, Hawera: Reece Holmes has been selected for the NZ Junior Squash team. Francis Douglas Memorial College: Luke Weston wont he U16 2km steeplechase at the NISS Athletics Championships.
Hamilton Diocese: Campion College, Gisborne: At the NZ Surf Life Saving National Championships, Nathan Proctor came first in the U16 men board relay and second in the U16 men board rescue. At the NISS Athletics Championships, Jack Sadler wond the gold medal in the 300m, won silver in the junior boys 4x 100m relay and won a bronze medal in the 200m.
Wellington Archdiocese: St Patrick’s College, Wellington: The junior futsal team won the gold medal at the NZSS Futsal cometition, with Josh Apaapa-Preston winning the tournament MVP. Finbar Chesney won gold medals in the U16 beach race and in the four-man U16 tube rescue at the NZ Surf Life Saving Championships
Christchurch Diocese: Marian College, Christchurch: Jorja Tallot, Courtney Hogg and Porshia Ward were part of the Eclipse Marching team that came first in Technical, first in Display at the NZ Marching Championships and are the NZ Champion under 16 marching team.