Sports Coordinators Meeting 2020

Our Annual Sports Coordinators Meeting will be held at Alexandra Park, Hobson Room, Level 3 on Thursday 23 January 2020.   9.00am-9.30am Registration for new sports coordinators 9.30am-10.15am New Sports Coordinators Meeting 9.30am-10.30am Registration for all other sports coordinators 10.30am-10.55am Welcome and important information from CEO + Term 1 Highlights 10.55am-11.15am Workshop 1 (choose from the options below) 11.15am-11.35am Workshop 2 (choose from the options below) 11.35am-12.00pm Guest Speaker 12.00pm-12.30pm Lunch   Workshop 1 (10.55am – 11.15am) Bylaws: information around changes to the Premier Bylaws and requirements for Premier Registrations and Primary... Read More

Zheng pursues his golf dream in the USA

Times Online: The talent and hard work of golfer Jimmy Zheng has been recognised with the award of an academic and sporting scholarship to Duke University, one of the powerhouses of American Collegiate sport. Zheng, who plays off an impressive handicap of 2.6, captained the Macleans Premier Golf Team during their victory in the 2018 NZ Secondary Schools Championship and retention of the title this year. The team is also the Auckland 18 and 9-hole champions. He was named Macleans College Sportsman of the Year for 2019 at the recent senior prizegiving [and won the... Read More

Promising Kiwi basketball player Sam Mennenga gets scholarship to attend Steph Curry’s university

1 NEWS: One of New Zealand’s most promising young basketball players Sam Mennenga has confirmed he’s the latest to accept a university scholarship in the United States. After receiving over 30 offers from a host of US colleges, the Westlake Boys High student will study and play at Davidson College in North Carolina, where two-time NBA MVP Steph Curry went to school. “For me Davidson is the best of both worlds, academically it’s a really good school, basketball wise it really fits my style of play really well,” Mennenga said.... Read More

Junior Water Polo Season Wrap

The College Sport Auckland Junior A Water Polo finals were held over the weekend at Diocesan School. This wrapped up another successful Term 4 junior competition with 60 teams from 33 different schools competing across Auckland. On Friday evening, Diocesan A took out the Junior A Girls final against Rangitoto 11-2. Baradene defeated Western Springs Girls in a close game to take home bronze with a 5-4 win. On Sunday, both Junior A Boys medal matches were closely fought. King’s A played Sacred Heart A in the bronze medal game.... Read More

College Sport Auckland CEO Announcement 

The College Sport Auckland Board is pleased to announce the new CEO for College Sport Auckland will be Mr Mark Barlow. Mark is currently the Deputy Principal of One Tree Hill College. He has excellent experience in both educational and sports leadership over the last 20 years. Mark has wide respect in the education community, having leadership roles at both Mt Albert Grammar School and currently at One Tree Hill College. He is also currently Chair of the Auckland Secondary Schools’ Football Association. College Sport Auckland Chair, Mark Shanahan states... Read More

Young Sportsperson of the Year Winners

The 29th Annual Young Sportsperson of the Year Awards were held last night at Eden Park. Over 500 people attended to celebrate the outstanding sporting talent of our Auckland secondary school students. The Aorere College kapa haka group provided a great opening for the awards, Stacey Morrison was excellent as MC and World Para Swimming Champion, Cameron Leslie, shared his inspirational story with all the students and guests. The Rugby Union Boys winner – Aidan Morgan from King’s College spoke on behalf of all the finalists to thank everyone who... Read More