More Sports

Rugby vs Football

The 1st XV and the 1st XI meet in the annual fun match up on the top field where the two top boys teams went head to head in a game of football. (Read on to play 'spot the ball')

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Waihi College Inline Hockey Team

Good luck to the Waihi College Inline Hockey team who travel to Auckland on the 30th June to compete in the New Zealand Secondary Schools National Inline Hockey Championships.

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Wrestling Silver Medal

Congratulations to Jacob Harrison for winning a Silver Medal representing Waihi College at the North Island Secondary Schools Wrestling Championships in the last school holidays.

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BOP Amazing Race

On the 3rd of May 6 year 8 students travelled to Tauranga to compete in the BOP Amazing Race.

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Waihi College MotoX Team

On the 4th of May five students from years 9 to 11 went to Slater Park motorcross track in Huntly for the Hauraki Plains College invitational tournament.

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Waihi College Senior Triathlon Championships 2012

On the 6th March we held our senior school triathlon. This year saw the teams events with the most entries. The individual course was set to be achievable by a wide reange of competitors. We look forward to seeing more individual entries next year.

Congratulations to our 2012 Triathlon Champions:  

Junior Girl

Grace Clare

Junior Girl RunnerUp

Amy Fry

Junior Boy

Liam Cole

Intermediate Girl

Jasmin Tohaia

Intermediate Girl RunnerUp

Nicole Kerr

Intermediate Boy

Torge Schroder

Intermediate Boy RunnerUp

Aaron Kingsford

Senior Girl

Konagh Garrett

Senior Boy

Florian Blok

Senior Boy RunnerUp

Luke Kingsford

 We also saw records broken in the following sections:

Junior Girls Individual

– Grace Clare

20.10min

Intermediate Girls Team

– Gina Davis, Zoe Soutar, Alyssa Thurston

34.53min

Intermediate Boys Individual

– Torge Schroder

30.16min

Senior Boys Team

- Jaydon Buckley, Matt Surtees, Isaac Roche

35.40min

 House Points:

131      90        180      238

Ama    Dom    Emp     Roy

Unfortunately the Thames Valley Event was cancelled. We were very excited about our chances this year with a strong team of 26 ready to make the trek to Coromandel.   Outstanding effort by all of those students who put in extra training in preparation for this event. 

National Surf Boat Champions 2012

Congratulations once again to our fabulous Surfboat rowers Josh Williamson and Luke Kingsford who along with the rest of the Waihi Beach Under 19 Crew finished a great season with two gold medals and a four club series win.  They won both the long and short course at the Nationals in Gisborne a couple of weeks ago.  Both Luke and Josh are very dedicated sportsman who play a wide range of sports at Waihi College and are also very committed to their studies. Two great role models for our students.

K2 Cycing Race

This was the tenth anniversary of what is billed as the toughest one-day road cycling event in the southern hemisphere.

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Surf Life Saving

This year we would like to start a Waihi College Surf Lifesaving Team This team will compete in the NZ Secondary Schools Championship in early 2012.

 

There are a lot of facets to Surf Lifesaving and therefore many opportunities.  Junior and Senior Students from Waihi College have competed in the sport at regional and national level in swimming, boarding, sprints, flags, team rescue events, surf skis, surf boats and IRB racing. 

 

Some of our senior students have been paid as Regional Guards over the busy summer holiday period and have also been involved in educating children through the national Beach Ed programme.  There have been senior students involved in coaching and training the Junior Surf.  

 

"Really good experience, gives you good life experience, the sport is great to get into, helped me a lot, meet lots of people, sport keeps you fit, lifeguarding good for all ages and the qualifications you gain are great” Eden Bray

Current Seniors

Eden Bray - Regional lifeguarding for Waihi(paid), competed for Omanu at regionals and nationals (ERC – 1st U19 taplin, 3rd U19 tube rescue, board rescue & board relay, Nationals – Semis – relay)

Samantha Sanderson – taught Beach Ed, Regional lifeguarding

Ben Grant – Waihi Beach IRB racing team - competed in Nationals

Anna Whiteman – taught Beach Ed, Waihi Beach IRB racing team - competed at Nationals,

Petra Fransen– Waihi Beach IRB racing team - competed at Nationals, active Lifeguard 2010/11

Sofie Cope – active Lifeguard 2010/11

Luke Kingsford, Jack Kingsford, Josh Williamson won Gold at the U19 Surf Boat Championships. This team have also gained a 1st @ Red Beach, a 2nd @ Whangamata and a 2nd @ the NRC’s, short course. They were all active guards last season.

Current Juniors

Grace Clare – NZ U14’s(semi finals board race, semi finals beach sprints), Eastern Regionals Competion, Whangamata (1st beach flags, 1st beach sprints),

Katrina Pipe – NZ U14’s(semi finals beach sprints, finals for beach flags), Eastern Regionals

To become a regional lifeguard you can apply online at the nzsls website

More Sporting Opportunities

Waihi College has many opportunities for its student to participate in varied sporting arenas.

Please read on for more activities/sports that are on offer.

If you have any other activity that you would like to see in our school please contact

Rachael Roycroft – Activities & Sports Coordinator

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