05 Oct Te Aroha College claim the win for the ‘A’ North Island Invitational
Te Aroha College and Nga Taiatea Wharekura played off in the final of the ‘A’ North Island Invitational with Te Aroha coming home with a 72-66 win.
With what has been explained to be an exciting final it concluded and overall great tournament with outstanding sportsmanship.
The girls title was taken by Manukura Girls from Palmerston North
A number of games were livestreamed including the final so check it out below
SKY SPORT NEXT: Te Aroha vs Nga Taiatea
St Johns also had a great final winning the Mel Young Memorial Invitational Tournament. St Johns, in their home gym, beat Scots College 100-81.
In the 3rd/4th play-off game Rotorua Boys High School defeated Tawa College 63-57.
And with more outstanding basketball being played at the Central Energy Trust Arena, Palmerston North with the Central Girls Invitational Tournament the final was on Saturday that concluded with St Peter’s School, Cambridge Premier Girls winning the tournament.
St Peter’s School, Cambridge and Mount Maunganui College with the reigning Secondary Schools Champions St Peter’s winning 63-58.
Last week proved to be a great week of magnificent basketball for our region.
See our winners below
St Johns College Premier Boys take the title of winners of the ‘Mel Young Memorial Invitational Tournament’
St Peter’s School, Cambridge Premier Girls win the ‘Central Girls Invitational Tournament’