Student Spotlight: Valfh Sefuiva

Valfh Sufuiva is a year 12 student at Marcellin College. Over the past 12 months, Valfh has participated in a huge range of sports including Rugby, Netball, Volleyball, Basketball, Kilikiti, Softball, and Waka Ama. She is known as someone who can liven up any room and will always put a smile on your face. Valfh was nominated for our Student Spotlight feature by the Director of Sport at Marcellin College, Cameron Bitchener, who says “There is never a dull moment with Valfh in your team, and she is often making the team... Read More

Waka Ama Results

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Waka Ama Information

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Amazing Grace thrives on juggling four sports

NZ Herald: There are allrounders, and then there is Grace Lui. The 16-year-old Year 12 Kelston Girls’ College athlete is the epitome of the busy school sports girl. In summer she is full-on with athletics – she is a natural thrower of the discus, shot put and javelin – and waka ama, where she is a key member of the champion Kelston under-19 crew which won the Sport Waitakere sports team of the year. In winter, Lui’s sport diet consists of netball and rugby, but she is often pitching in... Read More

Success flows for waka ama teen

NZ Herald: Koha-Alofa Vitolio has fast established herself as one of the country’s top junior female waka ama paddlers. The 16-year-old Year 12 student at McAuley High School has her sights set on next year’s inaugural waka ama long distance world champs in Tahiti, where she will likely represent New Zealand at both junior (under-19) and senior levels. Vitolio’s progress has been rapid since she started paddling competitively five years ago in this growing sport. Already she has competed at two worlds and four club nationals, and her latest national... Read More