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With 2020 quickly winding down, Squash Waikato are pleased to present their Events and Coaching calendar for 2021.   Along with running annualised events – The Waikato Secondary Schools (Individuals & Teams) in June, Squash Waikato will look to run a Small Block Coaching opportunity (Club based)...

We congratulate from our region the following for their recognition of Long Service to Secondary School sport Peter Gilbert St Pauls Collegiate Tania Rata Putaruru College Iwi Bennion Forest View High School Greg Stewart Te Aroha College Glen Marsh Basketball Referee of Hamilton - Long serving Waikato referee to school...

Sport NZ’s Balance is Better philosophy is about keeping young people in sport. It focuses on meeting the needs of young people, and the reasons they play sport – to develop and improve, experience challenge, be part of a team, and most importantly have fun...

Taumarunui High School hosted the annual King Country Quad Sports Day yesterday and what a success it was! Te Kura o Ngapuke, Otorohanga College, Te Kuiti High School and Piopio College all attended, however it was the host's Taumarunui High School that took home the win! Quad...

Girls Twilight Sevens kicked off on October 28 with great rugby being played and will run until 25 November Teams for the next week: U16s Sacred Heart U16's (1) Putaruru U16's (1) Kaokaoroa (1) Cambridge (1) HGHS (1) Raglan (1)   U18s Sacred Heart U16's (1) Waikato diocesan (1) ...

In what has been an extremely testing year for everyone involved in the education space, the New Zealand Teachers Games can provide an opportunity for everyone employed within schools to “reengage with joy and value of sport” at a time when arguably it has never...

Waikato Secondary Schools Sports Association Chairman is  pleased to announce the following; “There has been controversy surrounding a basketball game played between Hamilton Boys High School and Fraser High School on Friday, 3 July 2020. After good faith discussions between the parties, all issues have been resolved...