This is a team that was created at the beginning of the year and included boys with a wide range of water polo experience to none. As the year has passed, the boys have worked hard at training and developed their water polo skills. The games are exciting and have demonstrated how much the boys have improved. This is a team to watch in the future. Well done boys and thank you to James and Ethan who have been the boys couches through out the year.Read more...
The senior Water Polo team were winners of the plate final vs Long Bay.
They are entered for the B Nationals in Hamilton during the Easter holidays. All the best.
2014 Gateway students taking place in work place safety courses in preparation for the beginning of term 2. They will then be placed with employers to gain work experience in their chosen career path.
The Year 7 team is a mix of experienced and new players all working together and having lots of fun. Our first game was a loss, but after a break with a bye, we have come back strong and secured two wins in a Our current team consists of Joshua Osbourne, James Scott, Duke Larsen, Kieran Gallagher, Connor Ashdown, Sam Charleton-Maunder, Perry Willimott, Mitchell Hallam, Ryan Conlon, Noah Jones, Sung Ju, Connor Morely, Lachlan Markovina, Issac Miller, Francesco Kayroux and Luke Gilbert and our game coaches are Ethan Breinhorst and James Clarkson.
A great start to the year. All the best!
Congratulations to the Rosmini Year 8 Waterpolo team, who won the development division of the NZ Waterpolo Winterfest tournament held in Auckland during August. The boys played seven, and won seven including a very hard fought final against Remuera to take out their division. The team plays in the North Shore league every tuesday night and is coached by a Rosmini year 13 senior, James Slessor-White who says they will now training hard for the North Island championships which is late October!
However, It wasn't all just waterpolo fun, with the boys deciding to initiate an "annual Rosmini winter swim" in between a couple of their pool games which were being held at Sacred Heart.
St Heliers was the closest destination beach!