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School Sport Teams

Sport is an important part of life at PNINS. We offer all students a number of opportunities across a wide range of disciplines. Our competition matches are scheduled for after school during the week, or on Saturdays.

Summer Sports

  • Cricket
  • Golf croquet
  • Touch Rugby
  • Hockey
  • Volleyball
  • Cycling 
  • Water Polo

Winter Sports

  • Hockey
  • Basketball
  • Netball
  • Canoe Polo
  • Cross Country
  • Table Tennis
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Winter Sports Draws

 

Super Sport

The Super Sports Competition is unique to intermediate schools in the Wairarapa, Manawatu, Horowhenua and Wanganui Regions.

This competition is seen as a way of extending our top sports-people in an inter-school competition. We believe that involvement in this competition promotes;

  • high level skill development
  • understanding and application of the six principles of fair play
  • a strong sense of pride in representing one's school
  • the development of high standards in attitude, behaviour, and sports uniform

Below are the dates of each Super Sport event for 2018;

Term one

  • Softball - 28 February
  • Tennis - 9 March  
  • Triathlon - 21 March
  • Cricket - 04 April
  • Mountain Biking - 11 April

Term two

  • Volleyball - 09 May
  • Hockey - 23 May   
  • Badminton - 06 June
  • Basketball - 20 June  
  • Netball - 04 July

Term three

  • Rugby - 08 August
  • Football - 15 August  
  • Cross Country - 19 September  

Term four

  • Touch - 31 October
  • Athletics - 28 November
 
 

Aims Games

The Anchor AIMS GAMES have established themselves as the elite sporting competition for emerging adolescents in New Zealand and in 2018 offer 21 sports. It is an opportunity to compete on a national stage and our focus at PININS is to excel in this enviornment. PNINS has consistently sent a team for a number of years and intends to do so this year. In 2017, the PNINS team brought home 10 medals which was an amazing achievement.

Mr Ruawai will be the lead person selecting and organising the PNINS team to attend this prestigious event. We will be taking a team of approximately 40 athletes across a number of codes which we are yet to decide.