Our Orienteerers were fortunately one of the only sports to get to finish their season completely. 20 Newlands students took part in the inaugural Sprint Championship where students got to compete in 5 sprint series events with their best 3 results counting towards the championship points table. Under the guidance of Mr Riddle we had […]
Congratulations to Milly Mackey and her family as she was named women’s rugby player of the year at the College Sport Awards last Sunday. Congratulations also to Melvin Rumere who was a finalist in Futsal and Jonny Cottle who was a finalist in Table Tennis.
The Newlands College Celebration of Sport was another great success with 420 people crammed into the school hall to hear from ex-student and Wellington Cricket legend Luke Woodcock talk about his time at the College. The Premier Award winners for this year are as follows: STUDENT COACH OF THE YEAR: awarded to the student coach […]
Last month the Newlands College 1st Boys were part of the second Rongotai Invitational Tournament along with the Newlands College 2nd XI. In earlier games NC 1st XI beat Hutt Valley High Development, Kapiti 2nd XI before beating Wellington College 3rd XI 4-0 in the final. The Newlands College 2nd XI entering for the first […]
Miriama Kirby, Hannah Campbell and Amy Teekman competed in the 2019 Winter Championships, an annual, Regional, short course swimming competition. They achieved multiple top ten finishes including a total of 13 medal placings. Hannah’s haul included: 100 Fly – Silver 200 Fly – Gold 800 Free – Silver Amy’s haul included: 50 Free – Silver […]
Congratulations to Milly Mackey who was recently named in the NZ18 Maori Wahine side. Unfortunately the side currently doesn’t have any games to play this season but congratulations on this great achievement.
Lauren pictured 3rd from left at the back Congratulations to Lauren Smith who was part of the 21 and under NZ Netball team who won the WINA World Cup, Paarl 2019 Super 6’s and was also runner up in the Super 7’s final. In the Super 6’s event there was a double round robin competition […]
Kane Le’aupepe has made Newlands College history as the first student to play at a Rugby World Cup. So far he has started every game for Manu Samoa. Congratulations to Kane and his family!
This years Celebration of Sport taking place on Thursday 17 October is another sell out. We look forward to our students receiving recognition for all of their sporting achievements. The guest speaker is former student, cricketer Luke Woodcock. Doors will be open from 6.30pm.
(Kurtis is pictured on the right) Following up from the article on stuff, the NZ Olympic website have run an article on Kurtis and his dreams of competing with his sister at the Tokyo Games. Click here to read it.