Monday, 02 March 2020 08:58

News Update: Term 1 Week 5

In this week's edition:
-  Athletics Day
-  AON Junior Regatta Results - Karapiro 29 Feb & 1 Mar
-  Interested in Rowing?
-  16th Annual International Food Festival 27th March
-  Canoe Slalom Have a Go Day 15 March
-  Police Course
-  Community Project - Predator Free BOP
-  Community Night Market 13 March 

Latest Sports News

Athletics Day

Athletics Day was held on 26th February at the Tauranga Domain.
 
RECORDS:
Patrick O'Neil - 200m in 26.0secs beating William Raisbeck's record of 26.2secs from 2013.
 
CHAMPION RESULTS:
 
   CHAMPION  SECOND  THIRD
 JUNIOR BOYS  Patrick O’Neill  Caleb Paki Campbell  Ryan Speirs
 JUNIOR GIRLS  Paige Peters  Rebecca Parkes  Tiani Rae
 INTERMEDIATE BOYS  Robert Unsworth  Sam Kember  Jackson Runga
 INTERMEDIATE GIRLS  Kiana Rae  Charo Heijnen  Neisha Moore
 SENIOR BOYS  Connor Gregg  Liam Turner  Taran Ainsworth
 SENIOR GIRLS  Millie Tisch  Lilly Muspratt  Caitlin Byrne
 

YEAR 9/10 HOUSE RESULTS: Please note we are still yet to run the house relays at Colours Day Thursday 5th March. But this is where it stands now.

 

 MOTURIKI

 MAUAO

 MATAKANA

 KAIMAI

 TUHUA

POINTS

66

145

170

131

123

PLACINGS

5th

2nd

1st

3rd

4th


AON Junior Regatta Results - Karapiro 29 Feb & 1 Mar

Great start to the regatta with crews progressing through to 7 A Finals & 2 B Finals!

Unfortunately we had two rowers unwell on Sunday so the U15 Four was scratched as well as the U16 Boys Single & Grace stepped up into the U15 Quad and U15 double with Nina!

Results were:
Emma Averill - 1st in A Final U16 single, 4th in A Final U17 single
Rhianna Loughnan - 5th in B Final U17 Single; 8th in B Final U18 Single
Emma & Rhianna - 2nd in A Final U17 Double
Chloe Wright & Jenna Brangwynne - 4th in A Final U15 Double
Chloe, Jenna, Nina Turner, Grace Hutchinson, Camille De Ripainsel (Cox) - 4th in A Final U15 Quad
Nina & Grace - 8th in A Final U15 Double

Thanks to our coach Paul Clinton, Barry Holmes - our new teacher support for his help in the boat park, Shane Hutchinson for towing the boats, Ant Averill for the logistics and all our parents and supporters!

Big shout out to Grace Hutchinson who rowed in her first U16 single race - we so proud of you!

Next regatta is the North Island Secondary School Champs, Karapiro March 13 -1 5... Looking forward to seeing everyone there!


Interested in Rowing?

Starts Wednesday 4th March. Learn how to row and have FUN! Meet and make new friends from different schools.

Tauranga Rowing Club, Memorial Park, Wednesdays 4pm and Saturdays 8.30am.

To register or for more information email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


16th Annual International Food Festival 27th March

Save the date now! Our 16th Annual International Food Festival will be held at Otumoetai College on Friday 27th March. Come along and enjoy fantastic food from a variety of countries. Eftpos available - LIVE MUSIC - gold coin entry.

DownloadInternational Food Festival 2020 

Canoe Slalom Have a Go Day

HAVE A GO DAY... Sunday 15th March, 9am at Waimarino Water Park (36 Taniwha Place, Bethlehem). Register with Matt McKnight 022 0700817.

DownloadCanoe Slalom Have a Go Day 15-Mar-20 
 

Police Course

This year sees the inaugural Police course start in Tauranga. This has been developed by CATE (Careers Teachers Association) in association with the NZ Police.

The course has successfully run in other parts of NZ over the past couple of years and now Tauranga students have the opportunity to participate. Applications were strong over the city and Otumoetai has four places.

The course is one day a week and NZQA accredited at L3.The course is academic, informative and physical giving students a real insight to modern policing in NZ. Students are loving the course and all it provides.

Click here for the full article

 

Otumoetai College students Ellena Carter (back row, 3rd from the left), Siersha Wanger (middle row, starting 3rd from the left), Jade Wardrope & Elaraine Oakes


Community Project - Predator Free BOP

Predator Free BOP, is a community backyard trapping project aiming to bring back native birds by getting a rat trap into every 5th backyard in the Western Bay of Plenty Area. We distribute free traps and tunnels to households and only ask that these traps are checked and we are informed if people catch something!

We will have a trap distribution event in Otumoetai at Carlton Reserve Carpark this Saturday 7th March from 1pm-2pm where families can find out more about the programme and pick up a trap.

Click here to check out the facebook event.


Community Night Market 13th March

The Community Night Market will be held on Friday 13th March at the Bethlehem Hall, 239 SH2, Bethlehem. Opposite Countdown Supermarket. Plenty of onsite parking, free entry.

 
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