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Ki-o-Rahi Primary and Intermediate School Tournament

Over the past few years, Rutherford has made a name for itself with the West Auckland primary schools for its Ki-o-Rahi tournament, including winning the Sport New Zealand Initiative award in 2019. On Wednesday, 14 October, Rutherford hosted the primary schools to the Ki- o- Rahi tournament. The tournament consisted of teams from Tirimoana, Rutherford, Flanshaw, Peninsula and Freyberg Primary schools. This year we extended our invitation out to also include the local intermediate schools with Te Atatu and Rangeview attending. Ki-o-Rahi, being a new sport to most of the primary school students, the Mahi-ā-Toi students facilitated Ki-o-Rahi coaching sessions…

Kotuku G.E.M.S (Going The Extra Mile) Girls Ambassadors Project

Kotuku G.E.M.S (Going The Extra Mile) Girls Ambassadors Project

There is a need for change, so while traditional sport continues to have barriers because of COVID-19, an ongoing commitment to growing sport for girls is a no-brainer. Fun, enjoyment and the social aspects motivate females, so changes to traditional structures are essential to developing new participation and leadership opportunities. Traditional participation offerings for sport and recreational activities do suit many of our students, but they do not meet all the needs of our girls. We need to continue creating more sporting/recreational opportunities for young females in the secondary school sector. We need to find ways to ensure that sports…

Te Atatu Tennis Club Open Days

Te Atatu Tennis Club Open Days

The Te Atatu Tennis Club is holding two Open Days for the local community to ‘have a go’ at tennis on Saturday 10 and Sunday, 11 October at our clubrooms. Our address is: 572c Te Atatu Road, Te Atatu Peninsula https://clubspark.kiwi/TeAtatuTennisClub/Contact Please note:  The event going ahead is subject to Auckland dropping to Level 1 before those dates.

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Primary School Wrestling Tournament

The Rutherford College sports hall hosted a primary school wrestling tournament on Thursday, August. Local schools Rutherford, Flanshaw, Henderson North and Tirimoana Primaries contributed 70 contestants. Tirimoana recorded the most winners earning themselves the cup for top school and a pizza lunch provided by the good people at Domino’s Te Atatu Peninsula. The kids were initially slightly unsure of what to expect but quickly warmed to the task and got stuck in backed by their exuberant schoolmates. An exhibition bout was put on by national champs Tamia Gascoigne of 10PL and Kate Robinson of Kaipara College to show the primary…

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Winter Sports

After a forced interruption in sport caused by the Covid-19 lockdown, our students are happy to know that the school winter sports season is back in full swing with a huge number enjoying the competition. Given the green light, the gym doors have been sprung open, padlocks removed, playing fields opened and the hearing of whistles being blown seems to have reignited the students desire to engage in sports. Our senior students will certainly be loving being back with their teammates, as this will be one last shot for many to wear the Kotuku on their chest. Although this period…

Auckland Secondary Schools Ultimate Frisbee Competition

Auckland Secondary Schools Ultimate Frisbee Competition

Sunday, 26 July saw Auckland's largest-ever Ultimate Frisbee tournament take place in the Pulman Arena, Papakura. Rutherford competed as a mixed team in the 4-a-side competition in the highest competitive division. The Rutherford team kept their spirits and motivation high - all while demonstrating great sportsmanship and sharing the Rutherford love around. The squad of 12 players did their best throughout the tournament and thoroughly enjoyed getting into the true spirit of ultimate frisbee. The Rutherford team looks forward to competing in more competitions this year. The teams playing at the tournament showed me that not only had each individual…

Seth Stylianou Takes Out National Title

Seth Stylianou takes out National Title

A massive congratulation to Seth Stylianou who received 1st place in the 2020 New Zealand National Championship in Mountainbike Downhill. Seth also achieved 2nd place at the Oceania championships racing against a very competitive field Congratulations on your well-deserved victory. All your hard work, commitment and practice have paid off. We wish you all the very best in your upcoming events.

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Junior Sports Council Leadership Day

On Tuesday, 30 June the Junior Sports council attended a Leadership day at Adventure specialities trust. On the way, I was thinking about what fun stuff we were going to do. We arrived and we met with Kyle and Tom. They took us to a room full of rock climbing walls that went all the way up to the roof, my excitement levels rose the more I looked around. Before we could start and learn how to climb, we did a trust exercise where we got into pairs, one of us was blindfolded and the other had to lead the…

Contact Tracing Responsibility

Contact Tracing Responsibility

Following the announcement from the government that we are now in level 1, it is important to keep you updated. With the commencement of winter sports, school’s are operating under College Sport guidelines. We as a host school have certain procedures to comply with regarding contact tracing. As part of our Covid-19  public health measures, we are required to continue contact tracing for a period of 8 weeks. It is recommended that you download the Ministry of Health COVID Tracing app. There will be QR code posters for visiting people and spectators’ placed by field 1 for scanning purposes. Please…

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