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Rosmini College’s Rosmini 1 Tennis team recently won the North Harbour School A Grade Competition in a closely fought final against Rangitoto College’s Rangitoto A Tennis team. Congratulations to Year 10 students Lawrence Hill, Filip KusAmesh Wijesinha and to Year 9 student, Kris Doria and their team manager, Mrs Ewa Kus.




The U16 tennis team has won their grade in the Saturday competition. Many of the players went through the entire competition without losing a game.The team won the final 7-2 against Mt Albert Grammar, despite some of our regular players being unavailable. This is a young team. All boys are able to play in the U16 competition again in 2017,so we look to the future with high hopes. Team members were Dexter Brick, Wynton Brick, Kris Doria, Matt Drury, Filip Kus, Finn Skogstad, Darryl Sutjiadi, Lachie Thorne, Angus Walkinshaw, Amesh Wijesinha.

Rosmini tennis has been very successful  in recent years with teams competing in A1 premier (top 6) grades, the highlight being Auckland Champions in the U16 Intermediate grade in 2014.

We are currently rebuilding with one team in the U16 A2 grade this year. It is a young team and the boys have made an impressive start to the season with three convincing wins by large margins against Kelston, St Peters and Kings.

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Four Yr 8 players competed in the Tennis Zone day last Thursday. The boys finished runners up in the special Plate grade for both the doubles and singles in what was a competition of very high standard.

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Rosmini's year 7 & 8 Tennis team had a great day's tennis on Tuesday at the Intermediate School Tennis Zone Day. They battled very hard in the singles, progressing through the rounds to the final. They had a real fight against TNIS who fielded a very strong team and were tied on matches 2 all at the end of the competition. After the count back Rosmini won by 4 points. Next was the doubles with Rosmini again battling hard to meet TNIS in the final.

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