College – Issue 39

team competed very well in the top grade and finished 6th for the season. The 14 Black side played in Division 1 and were Plate winners with Dion McCrostie claiming top goal scorer. Hockey The College 1st XI hockey side finished the season as winners of the Canterbury Schools’ Premiership and 3rd at the South Island schools’ championships. In the local competition the 1st XI side finished top of the league with only 2 losses from 11 games. This meant a semi-final match against Christchurch Boys’ High School which they won 1–0 and then a thrilling 4–3 victory over St Bede’s in the final, with top goal scorer Tim Seeto scoring twice in the final. In the South Island schools’ championship, College finished 2nd in their pool to King’s High who they lost to and then played St Bede’s in the 3rd/4th playoff which saw Zach May score from a stroke after fulltime, to win 3–2. During the season Zach May notched up 100 games for the 1st XI side. In other hockey the College Colts side played well in Division 2 and finished 2nd behind an unbeaten Christchurch Boys’ High School Colts side. In their most recent clash, College narrowly went down 2–1 to the Christchurch Boys’ High team. Nate Ovendale and Finn McCormack-Young were key goal scorers for the team and Zach Adams was outstanding in goal. In Division 3, the College Youth Black side made the semi-finals against Shirley Boys’ High School, but lost a close match in penalty shootout before winning their last match against St Bede’s to claim 3rd place. Racquet Sports – Badminton, Squash and Table Tennis Between the three racquet codes, College had 15 teams competing in the Wednesday Canterbury Secondary Schools’ competitions.

made the final of their competition but lost to Shirley Boys’ in the final. In Saturday football, the Ravens XI won the 17th Grade Division 1 league with an unbeaten run for the season. Unfortunately, their only loss for the season came in the last match in the Cup final.

Henri Murison scored over 20 goals for the team this season. The 3rd XI lost their semi-final by a penalty shootout before claiming 3rd with a win over St Bede’s. This year the top 14th grade side played in the Premier Grade in a combined project with Ferrymead Bays. The

In badminton, the top College

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