Sports Results for Term 2 Week 9
Wed June 27th
WBHS 1st XV 7 vs Massey 10 Loss
Sat June 30th
WBHS 1st XV 19 vs Westlake College 28 Loss
U16 WBHS 12 vs Hora Hora 29 Loss
U14 WBHS 48 vs Kaihu Valley Rugby Club 44 Win
U13 Manaia / WBHS 29 vs Hora Hora 19 Win
Wed June 27th
WBHS Premier Men 57 vs Benchwarmers 40 Win
Thur June 28th
WBHS KOURA 20 vs HUANUI 46 Loss
WBHS GOLD 37 vs WBHS BLACK 37 Draw,
WBHS PANGO 32 vs POMPALLIER 31 Win,
WBHS A Jr 39 vs RUAWAI RAPTORS 7 Win,
WBHS A SNR 38 vs KAMO A1’S 22 Win
WBHS SOCIAL 30 vs POMPALLIER 17 Win
Thur 28th June WBHS 2nd X1 1 vs Mangapai 2 Loss
Sat 30th June WBHS 1st X1 3 vs Mgk 5 Loss
Wednesday 27th June
Division 1 South/ North 1st X1 WBHS 7 vs 2nd X1 WBHS 0 Win to 1st X1
NSSSA Table Tennis: Tue 26th June
Ten WBHS students attended the NSSSA Table Tennis Championships
They were:- Yuma Aoki, Shion Cairns, Suryadeep Diwan, Garth Heenan, Josh Kenyon, Gary Kessell, Joshua Miedema, Maz Saunders, Ned Saunders, Nik Vasilic.
Gary placed second, Ned placed third and Joshua and Suryadeep placed fifth equal.
The WBHS team comprising Gary, Ned and Suryadeep went on to win the Teams championship.
Congratulations to the following WBHS Surfers on being named in the 2018 Northland Scholastics Surfing Team to compete in Gisborne in October:
U14 Boys Tai Erceg-Gray
U16 Boys Tom Robinson, Oscar Harper, Billy Gilbert
U18 Boys Max Brunker
Tom Robinson has been at the Surfing NZ High Performance Camp over the weekend. He also received sponsorship from Rip Curl which is an amazing achievement.
He is off to Gold Coast on Thursday for the Australian Occy Grom Comp then to Bali for another training camp. The NZ Junior Team travels to USA in October for the World Champs
Hockey Collegiate: Mon June 25th
WBHS Gold 1 vs Mangapai 2 Loss
WBHS Fideliter 4 vs Kamo 3 Win
WBHS Yellow 2 vs Hora Hora 6 Loss
WBHS Black 2 vs WGHS Red 4 Loss
WBHS Blue 2 vs Otamatea 1 Win
Toi Munroe and Carrell Morunga are attending the IVF 2018 World Sprint Championships in Tahiti 16- 26 July
With more than 2000 athletes expected, coming from about thirty delegations, the 18th IVF Va’a World Sprint Championships is the biggest international sporting event in Tahiti since the Pacific Games in 1995.
Thousands of paddlers will compete in Ta’aone bay and if only a few of them win a world title, all will have the opportunity to live a unique experience. All the best Toi and Carrell
Congratulations to Allan Craig and Walton Edwards who have been selected for the Blues U17 Rugby squad.