Staying in Touch


Staying in touch with our community is extremely important to us.
Please let us know of any news that you think might be of interest to the College community.



SCHOOL GIRL COXED QUAD SCULL OPEN DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONS!


SCHOOL GIRL COXED QUAD SCULL OPEN DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONS! College Girls Rowing team have brought home an amazing win this weekend, boldly entering the School Girl Coxed Quad Scull Open Division 2 section and surprising everyone with a first place win. Rowing against powerhouse rowing programs, these girls showed great ambition, resilience and confident futures, we couldn’t be more proud of these students.SCHOOL GIRL COXED QUAD SCULL OPEN DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONS! 
College Girls Rowing team have brought home an amazing win this weekend, boldly entering the School Girl Coxed Quad Scull Open Division 2 section and surprising everyone with a first place win. Rowing against powerhouse rowing programs, these girls showed great ambition, resilience and confident futures, we couldn’t be more proud of these students.



2019 U/14 CRICKET PREMIERS


The College U/14 Cricket team coached by Mr Phil Sanders and Mr Rob Drummond have been crowned the HDJCA U/14 Premiers after defeating the St Andrews in the Grand Final at Melville Oval this weekend. Setting St Andrews 168 to win, the College team needed to bowl well if they were to come away with a win. With Henry Bensch and Jock Barrie opening the bowling and attacking the stumps they gave College the best possible start claiming two early wickets to leave the score at 2 wickets for 6 runs after 7 overs. The St Andrews batsman settled and compiled a strong 60 run partnership before Max Hausler was introduced into the bowling attack. Bowling full and straight he found a way to sneak through their defence, destroying the stumps and claiming two vital wickets bringing the match back into College’s favour. Jock Barrie and Henry Bensch were both reintroduced to the bowling attack to close out the game. Jock Barrie (7 overs, 3 maidens, 3 wickets for 6 runs) and Henry Bensch (7 overs, 4 maidens, 4 wickets for 3 runs) then cleaned up the tail to dismiss St Andrews for 103, and claim the Premiership for the College Cricket Club.
.
The Hamilton District Junior Cricket Association held the league U/14 presentations at the conclusion of the match. A massive congratulations to those College Cricketers who won individual awards.
Batting
Aggregate – Jack Austin 183 Runs
Average – Jack Austin @ 61
Bowling
Aggregate – Tom Hindhaugh 10 Wickets
Average – Henry Bensch 8 wickets at 6.13
Wicketkeeping – Jack Austin (4 catches and 1 stumping)
Player of the U/14 Grand Final – Jock Barrie 43 runs, and 7 overs 3 wickets for 6 runs. 
The Spectator U/14 Player Of The Year – Henry Bensch