CSW Recap – Week 1

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Tawa's Ben Gold looks to dribble around his defender in the SS19 Semi-Final

The first week of College Sport Wellington grading took place on Friday night, and it felt different to past years. Maybe it was the lack of supporters, or the lack of energy, but we can't be too hard. All of the Premier matches were off-site, and there were some major games being played elsewhere. We're certain it'll pick up as the games progress back to the ASB Sports Centre in Wellington.

GIRLS DIVISION

FRIDAY 3RD MAY, 2019

WELLINGTON EAST GIRLS' COLLEGE VS HUTT VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

FINAL SCORE: WELLINGTON EAST 49 - 43 HUTT VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

SACRED HEART COLLEGE VS SHC 2

FINAL SCORE: SACRED HEART 2 11 - 98 SACRED HEART 1

NEWLANDS COLLEGE VS NAENAE COLLEGE

Newlands managed to take on opponents Naenae, and beat them soundly 80 - 48. The game saw four players enter double figures, with Lauren Smith top scoring in the game with 22 points, and Te Aratu Maihi and Keeley Waller taking 15 points each.

FINAL SCORE: NAENAE 48 - 80 NEWLANDS

HERETAUNGA COLLEGE VS TAITA COLLEGE

Heretaunga gain a closer look into the Premier division, taking a win against Taita 79 - 45. With Aotea also pulling out of their Pool, it makes the road to the top much easier, with only one more team in their way. Minnie Simpson top scored with 26, while Carley Brooking shot for a solid 14 points.

FINAL SCORE: HERETAUNGA 79 - 45 TAITA

BOYS DIVISION

FRIDAY 3RD MAY, 2019

ST PATRICK'S COLLEGE, SILVERSTREAM VS SPC TOWN 2

With a game that saw six players enter double figures, Silverstream managed to easily brush past St Pat's Town 2 with a score of 117 - 49. Jesse Palmer top scored with 19, followed by Josh Tutagalevao and Josh Te Moana with 17 points. SS19 MVP Sautia Misa contributed with a solid 15 points.

FINAL SCORE: SILVERSTREAM 117 - 49 ST PAT'S TOWN 2

UPPER HUTT COLLEGE VS WC 2

Wellington College 2 proved no match for a determined Upper Hutt side, with Upper Hutt taking the win 93 - 48. Tere-Hei Tamariki top scored with a massive 34 points, while Ben McEvoy cracked 11 to help push Upper Hutt over the line.

FINAL SCORE: WELLINGTON COLLEGE 2 93 - 48 UPPER HUTT

TAWA COLLEGE VS STREAM 2

FINAL SCORE: SILVERSTREAM (2) 27 - 127 TAWA

SS PLAYERS FROM OTHER SCHOOLS:

PARAPARAUMU COLLEGE VS ST ORAN'S COLLEGE (GIRLS DIVISION):

SERI ROKOTAKALA - 27 POINTS

FINAL SCORE: PARAPARAUMU 64 - 57 ST ORAN'S

PARAPARAUMU COLLEGE VS HUTT VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL (BOYS DIVISION):

PEARSON HUYSER - 23 POINTS

ARI HARTMANN - 21 POINTS

FRASER BEGGS - 14 POINTS

FINAL SCORE: PARAPARAUMU 83 - 93 HVHS