Students Stepping Up:
Brooke Saggers – Hub2
Brooke competed in the Hellers Canterbury Golf Tournament on the 11th of October at Christchurch golf club. Brooke won the best net score for junior girls of 67! What a winner! That is an achievement to be proud of Brooke!
Brooke and her Lincoln Golf Team have been placed second in the Canterbury golf Interclub foursomes championship yesterday.
That is such a great achievement Brooke – well done!
Olivia Pons – Performing in The Nutcracker
Olivia will be part of Royal NZ Ballet production “The Nutcracker” end of this year.
She auditioned last June and she’ll perform in Chch for November shows 22-25.
Olivia will be busy doing rehearsal starting 1st Oct but very exciting of course!
Way to go Olivia!! What an awesome experience this will be for you.
Joey Pawson – Hub 1
A big congrats goes to Joey who was recently selected into the Canterbury Metro U48kgs rugby team! Way to go Joey! We look forward to hearing all about how your upcoming games go!
Cricket Rep 2019
Following the CJCA Boys Spring Tournament Joey has been named to represent the Christchurch Junior Cricket Association in the 56th South Island Primary Schools Tournament to be held in Oamaru from the 7th to the 11th of January 2019.
These teams will play warm up fixtures against Mid, South & Canterbury Country on the 2nd and 9th of December being a blend of 20/20 games and longer 40 over games reflective of the new format of the South Island Primaries.
Leah Kostic – Hub 2
Congrats to Leah who won the Step 4 Gymnastics competition at the Sound Island Tournament in Timaru last weekend! Well done Leah. We are all very proud of your achievements!
Football Cup 2018
We are extremely proud of our students Archie Docherty, Cam Landstra and Michael Cope who represented Parklands United football team in the Christchurch International Football Cup over 13-15 July.
Parklands coach Darren Clements has reported that Archie, Cam and Michael were integral members of the Parkland Huskies who finished as Christchurch International Cup CHAMPIONS. Along their journey in the Tournament the Parklands Huskies were able to overcome the three tournament favourites in some thrilling games.
Darren has advised the team has been building towards this tournament from last year and the Huskies have remained undefeated in the local A band competition throughout the year.
In the first 2 days after 3 games the Huskies were top of the group and still without a loss. They had a very tough game in the quarter finals beating Cashmere Technical 4-3 to move to the semi-finals the following day.
Finals day the Huskies overcame the tournament favourites Maori Hill 4-1 in the Semi-final and moved into the finals later in the day. The final was a great game and the Huskies really hit their straps white washing Aoraki 6-0.
Video High lights of the game can be seen on facebook link – https://www.facebook.com/christchurchinternationalcup/videos/2174402496130871/
Not only was the team successful but Queenspark are privileged to have one of the best age group football players in New Zealand.
2018 Weetbix Tryathlon – Sunday 26 February: