Sports News 1 June

Canterbury Secondary Schools’ Cross Country

On Wednesday, 18 students competed in the Canterbury Secondary Schools’ Cross Country Championships. The event was held at Ascot Golf Course/ QE2 and the results are as follows (Top placing’s from our students):

 

Para Athletes ( 2km – to prepare for Nationals later in June in Taupo):  Liam Pasfield – 2nd, Carl Te Tone Huia – 3rd, Reuben Anguisaca - Bland – 4th, Jacob Lowson – 5th, Joshua Jones – 6th.

June 1 Sport 1

 

June 1 Sport 3

 

Year 9 Boys ( 3km)

Reuben Williams – 14th

Senior Girls – Over 16 ( 3km)

Laura Clarke – 35th

June 1 Sport 2

 

  

 

Christchurch Netball Centre Representative Teams

Congratulation to Kyla Bartlett, who was selected into the Christchurch Netball Centre U17 Representative Netball Team. A huge achievement due to the number of players that trial for this age group.  She will be competing in the Queens Birthday Tournament on the 3rd and 4th June at Bishopdale YMCA. This tournament includes teams from all over the South Island. To view the draw follow the link :  http://www.sporty.co.nz/cnc/newsarticle/63286?enewsid=12261

 

Canterbury Secondary School Squash Individual Champs

Nathan Briggs competed in the Canterbury Secondary Schools’ Squash Champs on Sunday. There were many competitors from schools around the wider Christchurch area. The standard was very high, demonstrating the strength of the junior game in Canterbury. There was some tough competition but Nathan finished a respectable 3rd in the top division.

June 1 Sport 6

 

 

Health and Sport Committee – Balloon Stomp

Last Friday the Health and Sport Committee ran “Balloon Stomp” as their fortnightly lunchtime session. Good to see the number of students get involved and have a laugh.

June 1 Sport 5

 

 

 

Have you competed in a Sports Competition lately? Send your story and results (with pictures if possible) to Kirsten in the Sports Officehlk@papanui.school.nz

 

This is a great way to showcase what our students are doing outside of school in sport with our community.

 

 

Sport Results:

 

Thomson Trophy Boys – beat Ashburton 80-68

Whelan Trophy Girls – defeated by St Margaret’s

Saturday U17 Boys – defeated by North Canterbury

Saturday U15 Boys – beat Burnside 80-43

Open Boys – beat Christchurch Boys’ High School 30-11

Junior Girls – just lost to Rangi Ruru 66-67

 

Social Basketball Results Tally After Week 2

Win = 5 points

Win by 12+ = 1 bonus

Loss within 6 = 2 points

Tie = 3 points

Loss = 0 points

 

Senior

Played

W

D

L

Bonus

For

Agnst

Pts

Yr 13 Blue

2

1

 

1

3

137

112

8

Yr 13 Green

2

1

 

1

 

112

137

5

Yr 12 Blue

2

 

1

1

2

96

97

5

U17 Green

2

1

1

 

 

119

116

8

Yr 11/12 Green

2

1

 

1

 

90

115

5

U17 Blue

2

2

 

 

1

138

109

12

Mixed 1

2

 

2

 

 

43

43

6

Teachers

2

 

2

 

 

43

43

6

Junior

Played

W

D

L

Bonus

For

Agnst

Pts

Blue

2

2

 

 

 

132

110

10

Green

2

1

 

1

1

114

113

5

Yellow

2

2

 

 

2

120

97

12

White

2

 

 

2

 

97

135

0

Red

2

 

 

2

 

43

90

0

Orange

2

1

 

1

1

86

84

6

Football

Boys 1st XI – defeated by Rangiora

 

Hockey

Boys – beat Hornby

Girls – drew with Rangiora 1-1

 

Netball

Senior A – defeated by Marian

Senior B – defeated by Marist Albion

Senior C – beat CGHS 30-17

Junior A – beat Avonside 27-13

Junior B – defeated by Cashmere HS

 

International Table Tennis Competitions

Congratulations to Lydia Mercer-Beumelburg who qualified in the Table Tennis New Zealand cadet (Under 15) girls' trials in January, to represent New Zealand and compete at two upcoming events - the 2018 International Table Tennis Federation Oceania Junior Championships (1 - 2 June) and the World Junior Circuit Cook Islands Junior and Cadet Open (4 - 7 June). Both events will be held in the Cook Islands.

 

Lydia will play for New Zealand in teams events at each tournament (each team will consist of two players from each country), as well as compete in singles and doubles events at each. At the first event she will compete against teams from Australia, New Caledonia, Fiji, Papua New Guinea, and the Cook Islands. The second event has attracted entries from Belgium, Canada, China, Hungary, India, Iran, Ireland, Jordan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Portugal, Singapore, and the United States.