College Sport Competitions for Students in Years 9 -13
Term 1: Athletics Champs, Kilikiti (seniors), Lawn Bowls, Softball (seniors), Swimming Champs, Tag Football (seniors), Touch (seniors), Tennis (seniors), Volleyball (seniors), Waka Ama (seniors) – majority term 1 sport is for Seniors
Term 2: Badminton, Basketball, Football, Cross Country, Netball, Rugby Union, Table Tennis, Ultimate Frisbee, Turbo Touch
Term 3: Basketball, Football, Netball and Rugby Union continues, Ki O Rahi (seniors), Quick Rip
Term 4: Kilikiti, Ki O Rahi, Lawn Bowls, Softball, Tag Football, Touch, Tennis, Volleyball, Waka Ama, Rugby 7’s – all term 4 sport is for Juniors
Central Zone Sport for Years 7 & 8
Sport for Year 7 and 8 is slightly different as students only compete in one day tournaments, against all of the other intermediates in our zone. There is no weekly league for Year 7 and 8 sports with netball being the only exception. If a Year 7 or 8 student is deemed to be talented enough, it is possible for them to play in the College Sport competitions with Year 9 and 10 students.
Term 1: Tennis, Softball, Swimming, Cricket, Orienteering, Tag
Term 2: Futsal, Rugby Union, Football, Table Tennis (Netball Season)
Term 3: Netball, Basketball, Cross Country, Volleyball
Term 4: Touch, Badminton, Athletics, Rugby 7’s
Full School Sports Events:
Full School Athletics day – Term One (on a school day)
Community Sports Day – Term One (on a Saturday)
Junior Swimming Sports Days – Term Four
Lunchtime and After School Social Sports:
Throughout the year there are a number of different lunchtime and after school social sport opportunities in which students can choose to participate. These include but are not limited to: Futsal, Badminton, Turbo Touch, Dodgeball, Tennis, Volleyball, Netball, 3v3 Basketball and Softball.
The Running Club: This is open to all students from Years 7-13 throughout the school year.