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Charlie Cameron 2nd U20 Pole Vault – 4.03m 3rd Senior Pole Vault – 4.53m (PB) Jasper Moss

Joseph Nash 2nd U16 200m – 23.02 3rd U16 100m – 11.39 Joseph Nash, Benji Ward, Angus Thorne, Sam Idiens 1st U19 4x400m – 3.33.43 Aston Nijjar 2nd U15 Triple Jump – 11.45m PJ Palamo 1st U14 80m Hurdles – 12.70 1st U14 Discus – 41.98m 1st U14 Shot Put – 12.27m Ryan Primus 3rd U19 Triple Jump – 11.86m 8th U19 Long Jump – 5.31m George Smith 5th U16 100m – 11.66 5th U16 200m – 23.65 Jack Smith 3rd U19 Hammer – 30.69m Charlie Stanley 4th U19 Pole Vault – 3.00m 8th U19 High Jump – 1.70m Jackson Thomas 3rd U19 Discus – 33.50m Angus Thorne 4th U19 400m – 55.53 4th 4x100m U19 Relay 4th 4x100m U14 Relay Benji Ward 6th U19 200m – 23.53 George Wilson 8th U14 Discus – 25.25m South Island Secondary School Championships Nga¯ Puna Wai, 9–10 April The South Island Secondary School Championships were held during the school holidays after being delayed by a change in Covid-19 Alert Levels. As a result, some boys were unable to compete because of previous commitments, including pre-season training camps. However, College still managed to field a strong group of athletes from the Canterbury Secondary School competition. While the weather was good on the opening day, the wind and rain arrived in full force the following day. Despite the conditions, College boys

5th U15 4x100m Relay Nikau Davies 4th U14 Javelin – 25.82m 4th U14 80m Hurdles – 13.98m Che De Luca 2nd= U14 High Jump – 1.50m Wil Donaldson 6th U14 Triple Jump – 9.61m James Drury 5th U16 Javelin – 34.36m William Gifford 4th U14 800m – 2.23.95 Marcus Hamilton 1st U19 Discus – 40.30m 1st U19 Hammer – 43.17m Henry Hiatt 6th U14 3000m – 10.38.41 Matty Hickman 3rd U15 800m – 2.08.44 3rd U15 1500m – 4.27.14 Sam Idiens 2nd U19 3000m – 9.04.52 Jack Jones 2nd U19 Hammer – 38.81m 2nd U19 Shot Put – 13.58m Rico Lemalie 2nd U14 Discus – 35.39m 2nd U14 80m Hurdles– 13.13 7th U14 100m – 12.73 Armani Lemalu 1st U15 Discus – 50.66m (Canterbury record) 1st U15 Shot Put – 12.56m Hopo Leota 2nd U15 Shot Put – 12.55m 7th U15 Discus – 32.57m AJ Madondo 1st U15 100m – 11.68 1st U15 Triple Jump –12.73m (Canterbury record) Finlay McCullough 6th U14 Javelin – 22.73m Jack McKeown 4th U15 400m – 57.77 Lachlan McVicar 3rd U16 100m Hurdles – 15.26 8th U16 Javelin – 33.06m 8th U16 Triple Jump –10.70m Jasper Moss 1st U19 800m AWD – 2.35.81 1st U19 1500m AWD – 5.32.05

1st 800m AWD (NZ record) 1st 1500m AWD (NZ record)

Canterbury Children’s Championships Nga¯ Puna Wai, 13–14 March (College boys compete for clubs. A top-eight placing is a finalist event.) Boys 13 Grade Rico Lemalie 3rd 80m Hurdles 3rd Shot Put 4th Discus 5th 100m 8th Long Jump

PJ Palamo 1st Discus 1st Shot Put 2nd 80m Hurdles 4th High Jump 5th Long Jump 8th 100m

Boys 14 Grade Armani Lemalu 1st Discus – 54.12m (Canterbury record) 1st Shot Put 8th 100m Hurdles PJ Palamo was selected for the Canterbury Interprovincial team while Rico Lemalie was selected as first reserve. Canterbury Secondary School Championships Nga¯ Puna Wai, 20 March Following the preliminary rounds, 35 College athletes progressed to the finals in 57 events. The calm, cool day was ideal for competition, with many personal bests recorded. Jake Abbiss 2nd U16 Pole Vault – 3.10m Henry Ansell 4th U16 Pole Vault – 2.15m Charlie Cameron 1st U19 Pole Vault – 4.00m Ben Campbell 5th U14 3000m – 10.35.69


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