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YEAR 9 Max Hardacre Prize for Digital Technology Josiah Rofe Prize for Japanese Oscar Stove

Ben Crawford had a very successful cycling season, finishing 2nd overall in the U16 two-day southern tour after a 3rd in the individual time trial (ITT), and finishing 2nd in the criterium, hill climb, and road race. Ben's results included 3rd in the ITT, 2nd in the criterium (Silver in the National Schools Criterium), 2nd in the hill climb 2nd in the road race, and 2nd overall. He also competed in the Yunca Junior Tour of Southland and in the National Schools Track Championships. Yusef Elnahas was honoured by the Student Volunteer Army, receiving a Gold Award for completing 500 hours of service to the community. Yusef Elnahas and Angus Gifford were part of a group of College boys who received the Waimaero Fendalton- Waimairi–Harewood Community Board Certificate. They were recognised for their work tutoring children in the community who were affected by the mosque shootings. Oscar Stove was awarded Grade 8 with Distinction, for singing. He is now studying for Trinity College of Music Grade 7 on the trumpet. He showed his ability on the trumpet when performing Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue at assembly – an outstanding performance. HONOURS TIES AND SCHOOL COLOURS Honours Ties Yusef Elnahas – Choral Music, Debating Kevin Thiele – Choral Music Tom Whitteker – Choral Music Sports Colours Jordan Braithwaite – Basketball George Cochrane – Rowing Liam Jack – Basketball, Rugby

Education, Dr FG Westenra Prize for Medical Studies, Major Rattray Prize for Debating, Neave Memorial Prize for French, Neave Memorial Prize for Modern Languages, and Warden's Prize for Chapel Prefect Matthew Lewis R Blunden Cup for the Best Batting Average in the 1st XI Kevin Thiele Prize for Media Studies Angus Thorne Lesley Anderson-McKenna Senior Prize, and Old Boys' Cup for the Senior Athletics Champion. Thomas Whitteker Schola Cantorum Cooke Trophy SPECIAL PRIZES Yusef Elnahas The Maling Memorial Prize for Outstanding Service to the School. HOUSE PRIZE-GIVING AG Washer Cup For the best cricketer outside the 1st XI Finn McCormack-Young Quad Run Junior Bell For the winner of the annual Junior Quad Race Sam Cochrane Quad Run Open Bell For the winner of the annual Open Quad Race Josh Durant Third Form Cup (presented by the 1996 Prefects) For the Year 9 boy with the best academic endeavour based on the new format for IPGs throughout the year Oscar Stove Shovelling Shield For the Year 9 with the most House Spirit as voted by the current Year 10 group Rylind Wheeler Powerade Cup (presented by the 2007 Prefects) For the best all-round sportsman in Year 10 as voted by the current Year 13 group Henry Hiatt

Junior AK & DF Hancock Prize for Head Treble, and Junior Sedley Wells Award for Vocal Music YEAR 10 Hayden Douglass Academic Award Luke Hearne Academic Award Henry Hiatt JCN Grigg Prize for Year 10 Batting in Cricket Darce Terpstra Academic Award and Prize for Physical Education YEAR 11

Kieran Christey Academic Award Ben Crawford

Road Cycling Prize for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Cycling Josh Durant Prize for Drama Hunter Hartel

Academic Award Angus Whitteker

Academic Award, Barnett Prize for Biology, Barnett Prize for Chemistry, Le Cren Prize for Science, and the Tyndale Prize for Religious Education Each Year 11 student was also awarded their College Diploma – well done. YEAR 12 Angus Gifford Barnett Prize for Chemistry YEAR 13 Jordan Braithwaite Alpers Prize for Service to Cricket Benjamin Breitmeyer Prize for Physical Education, and the Hare Memorial Prize for Best All- rounder in the 1st XI. Yusef Elnahas Balfour Prize for Religious

Matthew Lewis – Cricket George Ryan – Cricket Angus Thorne – Athletics

COLLEGE PRIZE-GIVING Many achieved highly and performed well throughout the challenging year and were rewarded with prizes at their respective prize- givings, including:


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