The Dunedin Secondary Schools' Futsal competition came to an exciting end on Thursday. Unfortunately, junior tournament week and draw changes meant some teams were struggling to field a team.
This week we hosted the South Island Year 9 Cricket Tournament.
Last session for the term and it was an adventure out on the peninsula. With a number of boys away we only had 8 riding.
Despite recent rain, and a less than favourable forecast, the decision was made to ride on Wednesday afternoon.
Otago Boys' had three teams entered in the Junior Volleyball Otago Championships over the weekend. Here is how they went.
Finally some reliable weather during the Year 9 cricket option.
Congratulations to Year 10 student Torin Webb who last weekend competed at the National Weightlifting Championships in Auckland.
Kia ora, Malo ni, Talofa lava, Malo e lelei, Kia orana, Bula vinaka, Taloha ni and warm greetings.
With heavy rain falling on Wednesday morning it looked like mountain biking for Term 4 was going to have to wait another week!
Congratulations to Michael Manson who has been selected to take part in the RedBull Ignite 7 high performance programme which is designed to discover the next generation of sevens superstars.
The New Zealand Midget Ice Hockey League (U18 NZMIHL), is the national competition of the country's top under 18 players that runs from June to September annually.
Congratulations to Year 11 student Patrick Sefo-Cloughley who has been selected to go to the OTIP Training Camp in New Calendonia in December.
On Tuesday evening winter blues sashes were presented to recipients in front of their parents and whanau.
The season is over already, a whirl-wind three weeks of double-headers!
Below is a link which allows you to preview proof copies of the images.
Ditch your phone and get into the real stuff with a $60 youth membership at Unipol Recreation Services this summer!
Last week Eddie Wright, Ryan Dey, Danny Gilbert and Harry Summers competed at the New Zealand Secondary Schools Swimming Championships in Hamilton.
In slightly damp conditions the spirit of sportsmanship lived once again.
Senior futsal kicked off on Thursday night to the beats of Polyfest, and the games were high tempo too. The competition is being played over the last three weeks of the term, with two games played eac...
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