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Outstanding Sporting Achievements

Rector's Comment // Friday 21 September 2018

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Congratulations to the following students on their respective successes:

A fantastic result by our amazing Adventure Racing team who won the Canterbury Mixed Premier team competition, qualifying for the National finals on Great Barrier Island in December. The team of Molly Spark, Georgia Spark, Isabella Logie, Lotte Hope, Archie Reekie, Clayton Shadbolt, Rupert Shepherd (all Year 10) and Matthew O’Donnell (Year 9), competed in orienteering, mountain biking, kayaking and problem solving/team building activities. There were 24 teams from Christchurch, South Canterbury, Ellesmere and North Canterbury.

Adventure Racing


St Andrew’s College had a team of 14 swimmers in Wellington last weekend at the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ National Swimming Championships, finishing as the top co-ed school and boys’ relay team, and second boys’ school. Overall, it was a meet of personal bests and 30 medals won. Thanks to the team managers, Lynn Cowie, Carly Stewart and Mr Ian White.
Click here to view the results.

Swimming Championships


Canterbury Representatives

Ashleigh Brett (Year 10) has been selected for the Canterbury U18 Women’s team, playing in the South Island tournament over the holidays.

George Rutledge has been selected into the Canterbury Men’s rowing team as coxswain for the Men’s Open Coxed 8 in the 2018 Mainland Interprovincial Championships in early October.

New Zealand Representatives

Alys Scott (Year 9) competed at the New Zealand Youth Series Ski races, placing first in all five races; gold in both Super-G races, gold in Giant Slalom, and gold in both Slalom races. Alys is currently placed first U14 female in New Zealand.


From Rector's Comment // Friday 21 September 2018