Newsletter Volume 17 December 12 2013
2013 Sports Prizegiving
Dear Students, Parents and Caregivers
A very busy three weeks in sport to finish our year. In closing for the year it was superb to be able to celebrate the successes of our students at our sports prizegiving last week. On reflection we can look back on 2013 with pride on the many achievements of our students, of particular significance the following:
Northern Districts Regional Cricket champions 55 Medals and 3 cups at the NZCT AIMS GAMES PB/BOP Boys Football Champs PB/BOP Touch Rugby Champs PB/BOP 1st XV Champs PB/BOP Boys Sevens Rugby Champs Inter-Intermediate Kayak Challenge Champs Jump Jam North Island Champions Jump Jam 3rd Nationals Argos Gym Gymsports Champs PB/BOP Tennis Champ
Sponsors of the Tauranga Intermediate School Sports Academy & School Cross Country
The list goes on. We can be extremely proud of our achievements and we look forward to 2014 with great optimism.
To those families and students leaving us we wish you the very best of luck for your future endeavours in sport and look forward with anticipation to reading of the many successes as you progress on through College and beyond. I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a safe enjoyable summer holiday.
Bake Carlin Head of Sport
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2013 ACTIVE POST NZ CUP CRICKET FINAL On Tuesday 26th November the Tauranga Intermediate 1st X1 cricket team travelled to Palmerston North for the Ac@ve Post Na@onal Cricket ﬁnals. At 4pm we pulled up to Massey University where we would stay in one of the hostels for the rest of the week. The next day, aKer the opening ceremony, we played our ﬁrst game against Belmont Intermediate from Auckland. They baMed ﬁrst and put on a very respectable 128 for 5 in their 20 overs. Tasman Carson was the best of the bowlers taking 2 wickets for 28 runs. Our run chase ended when we were all out for 94. Wiremu Leef was the top scorer with 22 runs. Other contributors with the bat were Beicjh Winter (19), Tasman Carsons (15), Liam MacFarlane (13). Our second game was against Heaton Intermediate represen@ng Canterbury. This @me we baMed ﬁrst and scored a solid 110 in 20 overs. Top scorer was Beicjh Winter with 23 runs. Alex Smith (22), Marcel ColleM (18) and Wiremu Leef (17) all managed to get into double ﬁgures. Heaton baMed very well and knocked oﬀ the 111 runs required with just one ball to spare. The best of the bowlers was Rhys Mischewski and Finn Sears who both recorded 0 for 18 oﬀ their allocated 4 overs. The loss was gu_ng for us, as we knew that it was next to impossible to win the tournament with 2 losses. It was important to pick ourselves up for our next game. The next day (Thursday) we woke with rain falling. The morning game against John McGlashan College (Otago) was called oﬀ without a ball being bowled. The rain stopped and the aKernoon game against Raroa Intermediate (Wellington) was on. Captain Finn Sears won the toss and elected to put Raroa into bat. Raroa scored 103 for 4. The highlight for this game was the sharpness in the ﬁeld, led by Eddie Johnson who took 3 run outs and a catch. Taylor BeMelheim took a great catch and a run out. The best bowlers were Wiremu Leef 2 for 21 and ScoM Ellerington 0 for 14 oﬀ their 4 overs.
NZ Cup Cricket Team
We managed to get to 104 runs with the loss of only 3 wickets, and with almost 3 overs to spare. Top contributors with the bat were Wiremu Leef (41 n.o.), Marcel ColleM (39) and Finn Sears (13 n.o.). The ﬁnal game on Friday morning was against Francis Douglas College represen@ng Central Districts. Once again we won the toss and sent the opposi@on into bat. The bowling eﬀort wasn’t the best as Francis Douglas raced to 135 for 2. Our best bowlers were Tasman Carsons 0 for 17, Rhys Mischewski 0 for 22 and Finn Sears 0 for 23. We struggled to keep up with the run rate required to win the game. Our ba_ng wasn’t the best. In the end we made 102 runs for 9 wickets. Wiremu Leef blasted a quick 49 runs to be our top batsman for the game, and our MVP for the tournament. In the end we ﬁnished 5th in New Zealand. We were preMy disappointed because we should have beaten Heaton Intermediate who ﬁnished 2nd and the only win we had was against eventual winners Raroa Intermediate. Thanks to Mr. JeKha and Mr. Hampton for coaching the team. The team had lots of fun mee@ng and playing against the best schools in the country.
TERM 1 2014 CALENDAR TIS Swimming Sports! ! ! PB/BOP Surfing! ! ! ! BOP Intermediate Golf Champs!! WBOP Surfing! ! ! ! WBOP Have a go Golf Day! ! PB/BOP Swimming!! ! ! TIS Tennis Champs! ! ! PB/BOP Touch Rugby! ! ! PB/BOP Open Water Swim! ! Sport BOP Future Champions! ! TIS Badminton! ! ! ! TIS Squash Champs! ! !
Monday 3 March! ! Friday 7 March! ! Tuesday 11 March!! Friday 14 March! ! Monday 17 March! ! Friday 21 March! ! Wednesday 25 March! Friday 28 March! ! Friday 28 March! ! Friday 4 April! ! Weds/Thurs 9/10!! Mon/Tues 14/15! !
Greerton Aquatic Centre! Mount Maunganui! TBA! Mount Maunganui! Te Puke! Rotorua! TIS Turf! Kaitao! Rotorua Lakes! Blake Park! School Gym! School Squash Court!
“Sport has the power to change the world…it has the power to inspire. It has the power to unite people in a way that little else does. It speaks to youth in a language they understand. Sport can create hope where once there was only despair. It is more powerful than government in breaking down racial barriers.”
PB/BOP ATHLETICS Following on from the success of our School Athletics Champs we took a strong team of 49 athletes to Tauranga Domain on Friday 29 November to compete in the PB/BOP Intermediate Schools Athletic Champs. We had a fabulous team of athletes representing us and our team did extremely well defending our title and winning the overall school competition with a total of 106 points, second place school being Whakatane Intermediate from with 57 points. I would also like to thank the families who hosted a Gisborne Intermediate student on Thursday evening. They were all very appreciative of your hospitality.
Congratulations to all athletes both winners and place getters, all contributing to this achievement. Special mention to Maka Ahio Rm 2 who broke the Year 8 Boys Discus PB/BOP Intermediate School Records on the day with a throw of 35.75m and Felila Simanu Rm 42 who broke the Year 8 Girls Discus record with 28.21m Individual results on the day as follows: Year 7 Girls Minardi Daniel Rm 40 3rd 800m 2.43.88, 1st 1500m 5.29.44 Zahle Bannister Rm 35 1st Cricket Ball Throw 47.64m Meila Eades Rm 30 3rd Discus 19.65m Courtney Kohi Rm 40 3rd Shotput 8.05m Nirai Ririnui Rm 9 Overall Year 7 Girls Champions 3rd= Minardi Daniel Rm 40 6 points
Year 7 Boys Zane Hamilton Rm 30 2nd 100m 13.21, 2nd 200m 28.80, 1st 300m 45.43 Tom Scott Rm 17 3rd 300m 46.71 Cooper Newton Rm 4 2nd 800m 2:35.69, 3rd 1500m 5.12.44 Noah Walker Rm 6 2nd Cricket Ball Throw 53.83m Tawera Ohia Rm 4 2nd High Jump 1.40m Nirai Ririnui Rm 9 3rd Shotput 9.61m Overall Year 7 Boys Champions 1st= Zane Hamilton Rm 30 11 points
Year 8 Girls Felila Simanu Rm 42 Jade Carter Rm 32 Kalais Going Rm 2 Danika Withell Rm 1
3rd 200m 29.42, 1st Discus 28.21m, 3rd Shotput 10.05m 2nd 300m 46.49, 3rd 800m 2.35.34 3rd 1500m 5.25.19 2nd High Jump 1.38m
Year 8 Boys Shi Jie Yong Rm 2 1st 1 0 0 m 1 2 . 5 0 , 1st 2 0 0 m 2 6 . 9 3 , 1st C r i c k e t B a l l nd Throw 64.66m, 2 Long Jump 5.30m, 3rd Discus 29.16 Rawiri Brown Rm 35 3rd 100m 12.89, 3rd Long Jump 5.19m Lachlan Haycock Rm 41 2nd 1500m 5.04.18, Logan Karauria Rm 21 1st 800m 2.24.30 Reuben Danen Rm 37 1st 300m 42.71, 2nd High Jump 1.50m Maka Ahio Rm 2 1st High Jump 1.53m, 1st Discus 35.75m, 2nd Shotput 14.12m Kale Adair Rm16 1st Long Jump 5.33m Overall Year 8 Boys Champions 1st Shi Jie Yong Rm 2 19 points 2nd Maka Ahio Rm 2 13 points rd= 3 Reuben Danen Rm 37 8 points st RELAYS 4 x 100m Year 8 1 54.30 
It has been a great season playing Kiwitag and topping it off with being the champions for the year 7/8 competition 2013.
! We won all our games and finals 3/2 making us the overall champions. !
Our players fumbled a bit in first half leaving us with that disappointment of 1 all, then Mr Carlin gave us the word of advice and we finished it with a win.
On behalf of TIS STEAMERS we would like to thank Mr Carlin for all his support to our team and for all the other teams from our school for making this competition happen.
TIS Steamers Kiwitag Team
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SPORT PRIZEGIVING TIS SPORTS PRIZEGIVING 2013 Thank you so much to those who came along and supported this special occasion acknowledging these very talented athletes. For those of you that couldn’t make our prizegiving, we have included a list of all prize winners below:
BASKETBALL TIS ANGELS TIS ROCKETS TIS KNICKS TIS THUNDER TIS GRIZZLIES TIS TIMBERWOVLES TIS BREAKERS TIS CLIPPERS TIS RAPTORS TIS BULLS
MOST IMPROVED PLAYER Meila Eades Sophia Fraser-Brown Neve Fraser-Brown Kate Wykes Sam Oliver Hoani Lawrence Tasman Carsons Cooper Newton Campbell Lucas Storm Roberts Roi Hiku
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Devon Bannister Mikayla Hall Megan Howard Reuben Danen Josiah Albert Dillon Martin Harrison Baldwin Edan McLeod Zane Hamilton Dublin Cundy Caleb Wingrove-Moore Jayden Sidwell Izaac Kershaw
WHITNEY WINIATA-CAIRNS TROPHY GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
HOCKEY GIRLS A GIRLS B BOYS A BOYS B RAIDERS PUMAS BLACKSTICKS
MOST IMPROVED Ashleigh Harley Ashlee Linn Nathan King Matthew Bielby Finlay Burke Rachel Weston Seunghyun Kim
HORSLEY CUP – GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BILL WOODMORE CUP – BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: NETBALL MOST IMPROVED PLAYER YEAR 7A Calie Strange YEAR 7B Daeshan Paki YEAR 7C Maya Palmer-Cannell YEAR 7D Jaydalove Akurangi YEAR 7E Alana Laurie MAGICS Kristiana Kato THUNDERBIRDS Chloe Turner FLYERS Makayla Harper
Felila Simanu William Clement
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Isla Johnson Hollie MacKay Nathan Hunt Kai Chalmers Liam Hawthorne Miela Loveland Koro-Boy Atutahi Leah Owens Scott Hitchcock MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Zahle Bannister Iritana Te Moana Payge Nicholas Meagan Howard Courtney Ryan Yvresse Tapiki Hannah Sadd Sarah Breingan
YEAR 8A YEAR 8B YEAR 8C YEAR 8D YEAR 8E STEAMERS BLASTERS PANTHERS SILVER FERNS
Skyla Brown Sattori Humphrys Kalais Going Bree Gerbes Janaya Hafoka Artera Smith Rose King Clara Chang Phoebe Edwardes
Jade Carter Rosilo Togotogorua Mele Folau Maddison Ranui Briar Brady Jessica Cox Emerald Coleman-West Gwyneth Ryan Steffanie Desmond
YEAR 7 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: YEAR 8 PLAYER OF THE YEAR: KERR-AIM CUP AIMS GAMES NETBALL:
Sheridan Harley Claudia Lamberton Angel Haeata-Burrows
VOLLEYBALL GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Felila Simanu Hoani Lawrence
WATERPOLO MOST IMPROVED PLAYER TIS MAKOS Olivia Summerville TIS SHARKS Jaamin Fuller Ross Baldry TIS DOLPHINS Nathan Hurst GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Marijke Hattingh BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Liam Moffatt CRICKET MOST IMPROVED PLAYER PREMIER BLUE Adam Davidson PREMIER GREEN Nathan King PREMIER BLACK Logan Brill PREMIER WHITE Dublin Cundy RESERVE RED Matthew Rolleston RESERVE ORANGE Karanpreet Singh RESERVE YELLOW Taylor Brierly
GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: FOOTBALL MOST IMPROVED GIRLS TEAM Georgia Hawes BOYS TEAM Edward Johnson
GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: BOYS PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Edward Johnson Beicjh Winter Tasman Carsons Rhys Mischewski Bradley Taylor Sahil Doel Matthew Taute Joshua Hamill
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Jessica Cox Liam Moffatt
Toni Power Oliver Valentine
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER Tamarau Kipa Kody Gorst
Toni Power Marcel Collett PLAYER
SOFTBALL PLAYER OF THE YEAR: GOLF PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Te Ao Billing Jared Ruwhiu-Bott
BOYS CHESS CHAMPION:
GYMNASTICS: GIRLS BOYS
MOST IMPROVED Lauren Herbison Kullen Burgess
INDOOR BOWLS: PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
DILIGENCE Nadia Snegirev Dillon Martin
BEST ALL ROUND FEMALE GYMNAST: Caitlin Fletcher BEST ALL ROUND MALE GYMNAST: Jack Niles RUGBY LEEF CRAWFORD RUGBY TROPHY FOR BEST AND FAIREST PLAYER: Kobe Rodger GIRLS PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Hope Garner TRIATHLON KILPATRICK AWARD FOR SCHOOL TOP TRIATHLETE: Campbell Browne
MULTISPORT ATHLETE OF THE YEAR:
ROAD CYCLING BROWN CUP FOR EXCELLENCE IN ROAD CYCLING:
SPECIAL AWARDS SPORTS ACADEMY TAURANGA PEUGOT CUP:
TIS OUTSTANDING SPORTSMANSHIP – PROFESSIONAL HEALTH SERVICES: Kalais Going
HIGGINS FAMILY TROPHY – ALL AROUND EXCELLENCE IN SPORT:
COACH/CONTRIBUTION TO SPORT FOR THE YEAR:
SCHOOL WIDE CHAMPS SWIMMING YEAR 7 GIRL YEAR 7 BOY YEAR 8 GIRL YEAR 8 BOY
CROSS COUNTRY YEAR 7 GIRL YEAR 7 BOY YEAR 8 GIRL YEAR 8 BOY
1ST Marijke Hattingh Adam Galdeman Caitlin Burns Benjamin Rowe
1ST Meila Eades Cooper Newton Kalais Going Lachlan Haycock
2ND 3RD Joy Zhang-Mitchell Olivia Summerville Noah Blackburn Luke Matthews Emily Kneale Felila Simanu Daniel Reyland Liam Moffatt
2ND 3RD Minardi Daniel Meagan Warren Andrew Creighton Campbell Browne Madeline Mear Amelia Kaiser Edward Johnson Oliver Valentine
ATHLETICS YEAR 7 GIRL YEAR 7 BOY YEAR 8 GIRL YEAR 8 BOY
Minardi Daniel Zane Hamilton Felila Simanu Shi Jie Yong
Meila Eades Cooper Newton Edan McLeod Danika Withell Rawiri Brown
BADMINTON GIRLS BOYS
Felila Simanu Troy Morrell
Oceana Whaiapu Sahara Urwin Kieran Von Holstein-Rathlou Matthew Brittain
SQUASH GIRLS BOYS
Anika Russell Taylor Harris
Danika Withell Meila Eades Matthew Brittain Mikaia House
TABLE TENNIS GIRLS BOYS
Kalais Going Ethan Larsen
Shaythony Smith Whaiapu Sophia Lawrence Scott Ellerington Anthony Ouellet
TENNIS GIRLS BOYS
Kalais Going Taylor Bettelheim
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Ashya Haeata-Burrows Kalais Going Maka Ahio
Caitlin Burns Grace Ede Anthony Ouellet Ethan Larsen
YEAR 7 GIRLS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORT Minardi Daniel Meila Eades Toni Power
YEAR 7 BOYS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORT Campbell Browne Cooper Newton Tawera Ohia
YEAR 8 GIRLS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORT Kalais Going Mikayla Hall Felila Simanu
YEAR 8 BOYS OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT IN SPORT Lachlan Haycock Benjamin Rowe Shi Jie Yong
Congratulations to all award winners – a fantastic effort. Sportsperson of the Year Awards will be announced at the year 7 and Year 8 final Prizegiving Assemblies.
OUT OF SCHOOL ACHIEVEMENTS WBOP CRICKET YEAR 7 REP TEAM FOR 2013 SEASON "
Congratulations to the following boys who will play over Christmas Break in tournaments in Hawkes Bay and several games against other Northern region teams in the coming months.! ! Taylor Bettelheim Rm 17" " " " Ross Baldry Rm 29" Logan Brill Rm 40" " " " " Jayden Cundy Rm 29" Cameron Templer Rm 29"" " " Nathan King Rm 17"
Coastland Crickets Primary Boys Team " Well done to the following boys who were selected for this team to play in the ND ! Primary Cricket competition held this week in Hamilton. The Coastlands team went ! on to win this tournament undefeated in five rounds.!
Marcel Collett Rm 19" " Taylor Bettelheim Rm 17" "
Rhys Mischewski Rm 19" Finn Sears Rm 13"
! ! ! U12 GREAT MURRAY RIVER BASKETBALL JAMBOREE 2013 " !
Well done to Tyzak Rhind Rm 40 and Logan Brill Rm 40 who were selected to represent Tauranga City Basketball at this event held at Albury Sports Stadium, Albury, N.S.W Australia earlier this month. This brings the best Boys & Girls U12 players from Australia and from parts of NZ, to be developed and to provide junior basketball players with an enjoyable experience that includes more than just direct head to head competition. The Jamboree concept includes social activities, coaching clinics and games.
Head of Sport
Blake Carlin: Email: email@example.com
Karen Hampton: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 578-4401 Extn:114