YSPOTY Overall Winners

Frances Jonas Cricket Baradene College of the Sacred Heart Frances was a member of the Baradene College 1st XI who were College Sport Auckland Premier champions and runners up at the Summer Tournament Week league. She is a member of the Premier Women’s team for the Cornwall Cricket Club who were runners up in the 50 Over competition. She was an integral member of the Auckland Hearts who made the semi-final of the T20 Super Smash competition and the final of the 50 over Hallyburton Johnston Shield. Frances was selected…

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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…

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Young Sportsperson of the Year Finalists

  College Sport Auckland is pleased to announce the finalists for our 29th Annual Young Sportsperson of the Year Awards. Congratulations to the following students who will be invited to attend the Awards on Thursday 14 November 2019.   Athletics Boys Connor Bell, Westlake Boys High School Dominic Overend, Auckland Grammar School Jayden Williamson, Rosmini College Athletics Girls Charlotte Holland, St Cuthbert’s College Lisa Putt, Saint Kentigern College Kaia Tupu-South, Westlake Girls High School Badminton Boys Ricky Cheng, Westlake Boys High School Joshua Feng, Westlake Boys High School Clive Luna,…

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Young Sportsperson of the Year Winners

The 28th Annual Young Sportsperson of the Year Awards were held last night at Eden Park. Eru Paranihi hosted an excellent evening acknowledging some of the top young sportspeople across the greater Auckland area. Commonwealth weightlifting gold medalist David Liti and his coach Tina Ball entertained guests and finalists as guest speakers. Girls Underwater Hockey winner, Mackenzie Buick (Mahurangi College) delivered a great speech on behalf of all the finalists. Footballer Hannah Blake (Saint Kentigern College) was named the 2018 Young Sportswoman of the Year. Finalists for this prestigious award…

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Young Sportsperson of the Year Finalists

Congratulations to all the 2018 Young Sportsperson of the Year finalists: Category Finalist School *Aktive Student Coach of the Year Cain Nuttall Westlake Boys High School *Aktive Student Official of the Year Ben Matthews Long Bay College *Aktive Student Official of the Year Devyn Showler Westlake Boys High School *Aktive Student Official of the Year Joseph Green James Cook High School *All Rounder Michael Graham Sacred Heart College *All Rounder Bernadette Doyle St Cuthbert’s College *All Rounder Jaymie Kolose Saint Kentigern College *All Rounder Lisa Putt Saint Kentigern College *All…

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Triathlete crowned junior sportsman of the year twice

Eastern Courier: Success is coming thick and fast for a East Auckland triathlete. In September, 17-year-old Daniel Whitburn won his under-19 division at the ITU World Triathlon Age Group Championships in the Netherlands. The Farm Cove local has now been crowned Young Sportsman of the Year at the College Sports Auckland Awards, and only days later he received the Counties Manukau Junior Sportsman of the Year prize. The Saint Kentigern College student is also NZ under-19 national champion over a standard distance, Erin Baker Cup champion, the Auckland secondary schools under-19 and Auckland Triathlon Club champion. Whitburn says…

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Award tops off great year for Kurtis

The Post – Franklin & North Waikato: Christmas came early this year for Waiuku College student Kurtis Shuker. Earlier last month, Kurtis received notice that he’d been named a finalist in the 27th Annual Young Sportsperson of the Year Awards. Judith Coe, Sports Coordinator at Waiuku College, had nominated Kurtis for his achievements in orienteering, which included thrashing the Australian field at the 2017 Australian Schools’ Orienteering Championships. Along with other finalists, Kurtis was invited to attend the awards ceremony at Eden Park. It was the first time he’d been…

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