Otago Daily Times : 2020-11-21

SPORT : 33 : 33

SPORT

SPORT 33 Otago Daily Times Saturday, November 21, 2020 @ FUTSAL NBL schedule lan Trophy for overall contributi­on to sport, Annalise Wilson; Bishop Boyle sportspers­on of the year, swimmer Erika Fairweathe­r for the second year in a row. The junior volleyball team performed creditably at the recent Otago champs at the Edgar centre. The school would like to take this opportunit­y to thank all its coaches, managers and staff involved in sport at Kavanagh College in 2020. OSS regatta, and Chelsea Saunders, Annabel Kelly, Ruby Anderson, Eleanor Baldi and Cassidy Tupuhi won the novice senior quad. The sportspeop­le of the year awards went to Liam Elder (junior boys), Emma Green (junior girls), Finn Cattaway (senior boys) and Mya Miller (senior girls). Alex Livingston­e won the Leighton Cup for best overall sporting achievemen­t for 2020. Sarah Donaldson were third in the 50% doubles division 1; Adi Davies and Brydie Fox third in division third and the under­16 quad of Nesbit, Edwards, Stedman, Donaldson with cox Hall won the race. Swimmer Ella McBride enjoyed a successful short­course carnival in Cromwell, achieving commendabl­e results in the 15­16 age group for 100m breaststro­ke, 100m medley and 50m breaststro­ke. Jodie Hyatt and Katie Child were named as the senior and junior best all­round sportswome­n for 2020, Aliyah Christos receiving the outstandin­g individual sporting achievemen­t award. It is also impressive to see the number of girls involved in sports outside of school. Girls are regularly competing in athletics, martial arts, table tennis, figure skating and surf life­saving to name a few. to play in the Southland under­19 cricket team which attended a tournament in Oamaru on October 24­25. Ruby is also in the under­15 Southland team. Year 9 pupil Hannah Stanley competed in the Southland trampolini­ng championsh­ips, coming away with some bronze medals. Year 11 pupil Olivia Hughes recently qualified to skate in the national ice figure skating championsh­ips, where she won bronze in her grade. Jonty Riordan, another year 11 pupil, competed in the veteran and women’s motocross nationals. He entered in a class for any rider who wanted to race but did not meet the criteria above and won his class overall. He also won a prize for the fastest rider around the first corner, winning $100. He was 11th overall, across all classes for the weekend. Jonty is third in the Southern Series. Year 12 pupil Keira Ferguson competed in the national dance sport championsh­ips over Labour Weekend, bringing home a haul of medals, including five golds. Chelsea and Blake Dew from years 12 and 10 respective­ly have been selected for Southland touch teams for their age­groups. Bayfield High School Year 12 pupil Caitlin O’Brien has recently been selected to represent New Zealand at the 2021 world triathlon champs in the Netherland­s. Caitlin’s performanc­e over recent months has led to her selection for the sprint duathlon event in Almere in September. Columba College The last tournament for the year is the SISS tournament for the junior girls volleyball team. The senior volleyball players wrapped up the season last Monday, the senior A girls finished second in premier one, the senior green boys second in premier one and the senior gold girls second in premier two. Some of the players ventured to Brighton for beach volleyball and had great results there. Jordan Spiers and Harris Wells won the junior boys pairs, Liberty and Natalie Copson were second in the senior girls pairs and Emma Green, Meg Wells, Elisa Condliffe and Bree Gillan were second in the senior girls fours. Cassidy Tupuhi and Ruby Anderson were second in the novice senior double sculls at the Last month, many outstandin­g sporting achievemen­ts were recognised and the evening was a highlight in what has otherwise been an uncertain year. While managing Covid­19 health and safety requiremen­ts, Columba College has safely and successful­ly hosted interschoo­l events and sent many teams away to national tournament­s. Special mention goes to year 13 pupil and deputy head prefect Maia Joseph, who received the sports personalit­y award, the Inspire, Strive, and Excel Cup for overall leadership and performanc­e, and the Hilary Sime Trophy for best all­round sportswoma­n of the year. Mount Aspiring College Queen’s High School The junior girls finished third­equal in the OSS junior volleyball tournament. The year 9 and 10 teams competed in the Central Otago touch tournament in Cromwell, finishing fourth. Despite all the interrupti­ons in 2020, pupils from Mount Aspiring College participat­ed in more than 27 different activities, broke nine school sports records, celebrated 25 national champions and had three pupils represent New Zealand at internatio­nal events. Academic classes might be winding down but sporting activities certainly are not following suit. The school still has nine junior volleyball teams playing on Fridays, as well as touch, futsal, cricket, tennis and water polo teams competing in weekly competitio­ns. A group of novice rowers competed in the recent OSS regatta on Otago Harbour. The first quad of Ella Nesbit, Emmy Stedman, Ella Edwards, Billie Askerud, and cox Neve Hall was second in the senior girls’ race. Askerud and Kavanagh College The annual sports awards took place in the evening for the first time in many years and this proved popular. Former Black Cap and current Otago rugby manager Shayne O’Connor was the guest speaker. 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