SPORTS PORTAL 

Welcome to the Craighead Sports Portal. For all Sporting Achievements, Acknowledgements, Events, please let Mrs Surridge or Mrs Kayla Cunningham know as soon as possible so it can be celebrated on the Sports Portal.

Click here to download the sporty app. 

Any questions please contact:

Mrs Diane Surridge (Sports Coordinator)                        Phone: 6842268 or 0272512667                                    surridgedi@craighead.school.nz  

Mrs Kayla Cunningham (Director of Sport)                      Phone 6842268 or 0273202352                          cunninghamka@craighead.school.nz 

 PERMISSION FORMS ​​​​​​

If your daughter is competing competitions coming up, please go to the relevant permission form and submit.

All permission forms are on the Registration/Permission tab.

DRAWS: All draws are under the Draws/Results tab above. 

Click here for the Netball Draw 

Click here for the Basketball Draw 

Click here for the Rugby Draw 

Click here for the Hockey Draw  

Click here for the Touch Draw

Click here for the Volleyball Draw

http://www.scrfu.co.nz/Girls-Rugby​​​​​​​

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Aoraki Swimming

​​​​​​​The Festival was held on Friday 27 May in Ashburton. Our Craighead team of swimmers all did extremely well! Our team comprised of: Briar Annett, Marieke Black, Charlotte Connolly, Hyunji Kim, Amalia Cabrera-Martin, Victoria Kyle, Dimana Naydenova, Isobel Sharp and Olivia Walsh.

Isobel Sharp – 1st Girls 15 & Over 100m IM; 1st Girls 15 & Over 100m Backstroke; 1st Girls 15 & Over 200m IM; 1st Girls 15 & Over 200m Freestyle

Amalia Cabrera-Martin – 1st Girls 15 & Over 50m Breaststroke; 2nd Girls 15 & Over 100m Breaststroke; 1st Girls 15 & Over 100m Freestyle; 2nd Girls 15 & Over 200m Freestyle

Dimana Naydenova – 1st Girls U14 50m Butterfly

Briar Annett – 1st Girls 15 & Over 50m Freestyle; 2nd Girls 15 & Over 50m Backstroke

Victoria Kyle – 1st Girls U14 50m Breaststroke; 2nd Girls U14 100m IM; 3rd Girls U14 100m Breaststroke;

Charlotte Connolly – 2nd Girls U14 50m Freestyle; 2nd Girls U14 50m Backstroke; 2nd Girls U14 50m Butterfly

Marieke Black – 2nd Girls U14 50m Breaststroke; 3rd Girls U14 50m Freestyle

Hyunji Kim – 2nd Girls 15 & Over 100m Freestyle; 3rd Girls 15 & Over 50m Butterfly

Olivia Walsh – 3rd Girls U14 50m Breaststroke

Relays:

1st Girls U14 200m Medley Relay – Charlotte, Marieke, Victoria and Dimana;

1st Girls U14 Freestyle Relay – Dimana, Olivia, Marieke  and Victoria;

1st Girls 15 & Over 200m Medley Relay – Briar, Amalia, Hyunji and Isobel

A big thank you to Manager Andrea Cabrera-Martin and Official Clare Connolly.​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​Primary Cross Country

The future of cross country at Craighead was on display last week as 8 Craighead students made the annual pilgrimage to Waihi School to take on their difficult 3km course. The Waihi course is one that encompasses the best of cross country, with a range of water and jumps to navigate, compounding the exhaustion of the distance.

Once again our team were fantastic in their efforts with notable results in both races. Ruby Mahuika ran well in the Year 8 Girls race to achieve an outstanding 2nd place and with Georgia O’Sullivan (14th) Eve Andrews (16th) and Natalie Koster (17th), our athletes clustered well to take out the team placings. Fine runs in the Year 7 race by Lily Crosbie (4th) and Charlie Nichol (5th) and were complemented by a strong run by Neve Ball to come second in the teams race.

The full Craighead team:

Year 8: Eve Andrews, Natalie Koster, Ruby Mahuika, Georgia O’Sullivan, Jasmine Payne

Year 7: Lily Crosbie, Charlie Nichol, Neve Ball

Winter Quadrangular Tournament

On Monday 8th and Tuesday 9th August we had our Winter Quadrangular Tournament in Dunedin, hosted by St Hildas. This was the 64th year of the competition between Craighead, St Margaret's, Columba and         St Hilda's with our Senior A Hockey, Badminton, Debating and Hockey teams competing.

The girls had a great tournament and came away with some amazing results.

Netball: 4th                                                                      vs St Hilda's 20-48 (L)                                                      vs St Margaret's 28-47 (L)                                                vs Columba 28-39 (L)                                                      MVP Lucy Crawford

Hockey: 3rd                                                                      vs St Hilda's 0-3 (L)                                                          vs St Margaret's 3-3 (D)                                                    vs Columba 2-1 (W)                                                        MVP Izzy Sharp  

Badminton: 3rd                                                                vs St Hilda's 6-0 (W)                                                        vs St Margaret's 0-6 (L)                                                    vs Columba 0-6 (L)                                                          MVP Koko Kubota

Debating: 4th                                                                  vs St Hilda's (L)                                                                vs St Margaret's (L)                                                          vs Columba (L)                                                                  MVP Abby Lowe                                                                          

Aoraki Cycling

On Tuesday 14th June, five students had the opportunity to attend the 2022 Aoraki School Cycling Championships at Levels International Motor Raceway.

All the hard training paid off with some awesome results with everyone finishing close to or on the podium.

Zoe Spillane was 1st in the over 16 ITT (individual time trial). In the Under 16 ITT (individual time trial), Olivia Ewing was 2nd & Briar Allan placed 3rd. 

In the Over 16 RR (road race) Zoe Spillane had an outstanding race and managed to take 1st once again. In the under 16 RR (road race), Olivia Ewing dominated and placed 1st and   Briar Allan placed 3rd. 

In the TTT (team time trial) we had two teams, Craighead 1 team placed 2nd against Timaru Boys High with a time of 7.41.13 and the other team was a composite team. The wind made it extremely hard but the girls kept pushing and didn’t give up. This day wasn’t possible without our team managers.

Special thanks to Jeff Allan & Craig Domigan. 

Badminton

This Tuesday saw the end of the 2022 Timaru Secondary Schools Badminton Competition. This year has been another successful year for Craighead Badminton. We had a lot of new players sign up, taking our total number of teams from 7 last year up to 12 this year.

In the final week of play, we were competing in some big matches. While we did not win them all, we did still get some excellent results to finish off a great season.

Some of the key results were:

  • Junior CDS 3 won the Junior Girls Division. This team consisted of Honour Andrews, Islabelle Taylor, Ruby Gordon, and Annabelle Talbot. They had the assistance of Riley Pawsey helping out in the final as a substitute. Even more impressive with this being their first year playing!
  • Senior CDS 2 were runners-up in the Senior Girls B Grade Division. This team was made up of Skye Bowen, Camryn Porter, Pear Chantrasup, and Haruka Kato.
  • Senior CDS 6 won the Senior Girls C Grade Division. This team included Samantha Giddings, Mia Donaldson, Emma Campbell, Heather Miller, and Abby McLeod.

SISS Cycling

Over the weekend of 9-10 July, Olivia Ewing, Zoe Spillane and Isabella Inglis competed in the NZ South Island Cycling Champs at Ruapuna Raceway in Christchurch.                                                                                                On the first day the girls rode in the rainy weather with Olivia placing 5th in U15, Zoe 2nd in U17 and Isabella 9th in U20. On the second day the wind came up, but fortunately there was no rain. Olivia sprinted to 3rd in the U15 race and Zoe rode in a 3 person breakaway in the U17 race, sprinting to 3rd. Overall Craighead placed 12th equal in the total points out of 41 schools.                                                                                                                                        The weekend wouldn’t have been possible without our team manager, Ryan Spillane.