Sports Results 1-2 April


The following boys won the National Secondary Schools’ Senior Boys Rogaine
Bayley Stephens-Ellison (Y12)
Amos Plumpton (Y12)
Kingston Webb (Y11)

NZ Secondary Schools Triathlon Champs
Kairon Pimm who finished 14th out of 24 in the NZ Schools Triathlon Champs in Whanganui in the U14 Boys

2nd in pool play with notable win over Wellington College; struggled in post play losing to strong Wellington sides including eventual winners Rongotai College. A good start given it was their first time back at Nationals in 7 years.

Waka Ama
1st in the mixed WT12 race with Napier Girls
W6 A crew finished 4th and 6th in 500 m and 250 m respectively
W6 B crew won bowl final in 250 m
Tiaki Fabish 3rd in W1

3rd in division 3 NZSS nationals losing 3rd/4th playoff to Wellington College. Went unbeaten through pool play and this finish assures the school of a favourable seeding for the 2018 tournament.

U16 Double Scullers made it to the B Final finishing 2nd
U16 coxed four 6th in B final
U17 eight, U16 double scull 2nd crew and U17 coxed four did not progress to finals but improved their times on the whole
Connor Molloy won silver in the unofficial coxs’ race

Our team went away with high hopes to the NZ Secondary Schools tournament in which they finished 2nd last year. They cruised through pool play undefeated and fought their way to a 2nd consecutive national final. Unfortunately they couldn’t go one better but can be proud of their silver medals

Canoe Polo
Three teams went away to the NZ Secondary School nationals in Feilding. They showed significant improvement over the season and all three sides finished just outside the medals in 4th place

Colts white won their grade with a huge win over St. John’s College on Saturday – Samuel Pawson led the batting with 38 in NBHS’s total of 162. St. John’s all out for 37 with Jake Christian-Goss snaring 3-7
1st XI cricket finished off with a loss in a 20/20 match to Lindisfarne

1st XV played two matches in the last week and racked up big wins over:
Lindisfarne College 45-5
Aorere College (an Auckland 1A school) 41 – 14 with Dan Sharplin bagging 4 tries
2nd XV played Hastings BHS Development team first up for a 19 – 34 loss.