Below are selected five Photos of the Week, highlighting some of the terrific secondary school sporting events and achievements over the past seven days
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1. The Christchurch Boys’ High School team won the Hayden Godfrey Challenge Cup for winning the Team Points competition at the South Island Secondary Schools Road Cycling Championships in the weekend. The top five finishing schools overall were: 1. Christchurch Boys’ High School (63 points), 2. Villa Maria College (24), 3. James Hargest College (23) 4. Christchurch Girls’ High School (20). 5. Burnside High School (14). Photo credit for this picture and Lots of great shots at Sandi Scott Photography: https://www.facebook.com/SandiScottPhotography/
2. The Hastings Boys' High School first XV is good form this year. The team is playing with a rarely seen flair, having scored 461 points and conceded just 91 on their way to winning all 13 of their games so far this season. Along the way they have claimed the scalps of Wellington College, St Pat's Town, St Pat's Silverstream, last year’s national champions Rotorua Boys' High School and most recently New Plymouth Boys’ High School. Photo credit: Eva Bradley via http://www.stuff.co.nz/sport/rugby/81844685/theyre-not-the-strongest-biggest-or-fastest-but-hastings-boys-first-xv-is-unbeaten
3. Junior riders gathering for the start of day two on Sunday of the North Island Secondary School Road Cycling Championships at Lake Karapiro in Cambridge. The top Girls School was Waikato Dio and top Boys school was Palmerston North Boys’ High School. The North Island Track Cycling Championships were at the nearby Avantidome on Monday. Photo credit https://www.facebook.com/CyclingNZLSchools/?fref=ts
4. On Saturday the 2016 Fullers Greatsights Bay of Islands BEAST was held in Paihia. The race blurb said: “You can run, walk or crawl the super tough 7km course over rolling countryside; navigating swamps, river crossings, a little bit of mud, some very steep hills and traverse rugged uneven terrain.” The secondary schools section was 4.5km and there were about 180 entrants. The winner was Kieran Swords in the U19 division. Trista Comer, in the Girls U14 division, was the first secondary schools female home overall. Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/sportnorthland/?fref=ts
5. The New Zealand Junior track and field team is currently in Europe preparing for the start of the World Junior Championships at Bydgoszcz, Poland, starting next week. The team is: Hamish Gill 200m), James Preston (800m), Jordan Bolland Gill, Jarvis Hansen, Ethan Holman, Jake Hurley, Jacob Matson (4 x 100m relay), Zoe Hobbs, Georgia Hulls, Lucy Sheat, Olivia Eaton (100m and 200m sprints), Alison Andrews-Paul (800m), Olivia Burdon (1500m), Eaton, Hulls, Hobbs, Sheat, Brooke
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