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Sporting Achievements

Sporting achievements by Wanganui City College: 
1930 - current

The following information is a record of students who have represented the school at local, regional and national and international level for different sporting codes.

Also included are teams that have achieved national rankings at secondary school level. Records first began in 1918, but representative teams were only established from the 1930's onwards.

2015
Waisake Ratunideuba was selected for the NZ All Blacks.
Roland Mead was selected for the NZ U20 Roller Hockey Team.
Jaqiya2k Kora was selected for the NZ U16 Indoor Netball Team.

2013
Sione Walker was the NZ Secondary School Open Champion and the NZ National 100kg+ Young Men's Judo Champion.
Waisake Ratunideuba was selected for the NZ Sevens Team.

2012
Harley Smith was the NZ U18 Mixed Pairs Darts Champion and the NZ U18 Pairs Darts Champion.
Waisake Ratunideuba was selected for the NZ Sevens Team.
Te Au Waaka was selected for the National W6 W.E.H.E Tu Kaha Waka Ama Team.

2011
Arama Wakefield was selected for NZSS Girls Ki o Rahi team, Jesse Taupa'u Rogan was selected for the NZSS Boys Ki o Rahi Team.
Waisake Ratunideuba was selected for the NZ U20 Rugby Team.

2010
Bradley Worsley was selected for the NZ U17 Raw Sox Softball Team.

2009
Tamati N.H. Karaitiana was selected to represent NZ in the U14 Muay Thai Boxing Championship.
Bradley Worsley was selected for the NZ U17 Raw Sox Softball Team.

2008
The school karate team won gold in the colour belt team Kata at the national champs

2007
Mr Garry Davies (staff) was selected to represent NZ at Judo. North Island judo titles won in the U73kg div and NSS boys U45kg div.

At the national Karate Champs Miss Natasha McKee (staff) gained first place in the Senior Team Kata.
School soccer teams finished 1st in both youth division 1 and 2 in the Wanganui League. Three players were selected for Wanganui 15th Grade rep team and five players for the U19 team.

2006
Records unavailable

2005
Hayden Holloway was selected for the Wanganui senior mens cricket team.
Chris Masoe was selected for the junior All Blacks.
Akapusi Quera was made the Fiji U21 rugby captain.

2004
Trassina Noble won 3 gold medals at the NZ division 2 swim champs.
The senior boys basketball team finished 7th at the NSS tournament.

2003
Wanganui U16 secondary school rugby reps: Stephen Kailahi, Akapusi Sorovakatini, George Fruean, Te Piwa Bullock, William Kabakaba, Pehira Huwyler, Josaia Navito, Viliame Pareti, Nacanieli Rakorako, Dylan Cossey, Fraser Hammond, Melbourne Epati, Ananaiasa Vucago, Harley Blake.
NZ Open mens touch team rep. Pehira Huywler.
Wanagnui U21 rugby rep team: Akapusi Quera, Melbourne Epati, Nacanieli Rakorako, William Kabakaba. Coach Jerome Nahnoa (staff).
The senior boys touch rugby team gained 2nd place at the NZSS nationals.
Steelie Koro and Pehira Huywler were selected for the NZSS touch team.
Mellissa Crothers and Kristen Ashworth gained a 3rd place at the NSS rowing champs in the U19 girls doubles.
Sam Weller was selected in the central region squad for badminton.
Mellissa Crothers and Aroha Henry were selected for the Wanganui womens U19 netball team and Melissa Henare for the U15 team.

2002
Steelie Koro was selected for the NZSS sevens and touch rugby teams and NZ U21 touch team. He was awarded the WSS senior sportsperson award and the Wanganui Junior sportsperson of the year.
Pehira Huwyler made the WSS rugby team, Hurricanes schools squad, Wanganui U21 touch rugby and the Wanganui senior NPC 7's squad.
James Paringatai made the Wanganui, Central North Island and NZ U18 basketball teams. He also played for the Wanganui senior mens team. Qio Vucago made the NZ U19 rugby training squad. Sam Weller was selected for the NZ U16 badminton team.
Wang Zi gained a number 2 ranking in NZ for both singles and doubles tennis.

2001
Nick Smith and Shane Clark were runners up in the inter-schools competition A grade badminton. Nathan Purvis won the mens white and yellow belt kata and kumite at the national Karate Champs held in Taupo.
The softball team won the Wanganui SS competition.
The sailing team won the Western districts Sailing regatta at Foxton.
Dale Stringer was selected in the NZ U16 boys soccer team.
The senior netball team won the 2nd div of the local club competition.
Mellissa Crothers made the Wanganui representative U17 girls netball team and Melissa Hapi the U19 girls team.

2000
In 2000, Glen Haddon was selected for the NZ mountain biking team after wining the North Island and NZSS Under 19 downhill titles. He achieved a 4th place at the Australian U19 nationals as part of the NZ team.
Jason Cressingham achieved a 12th in the senior boys 1500m and 7th in 3000m at the NSS athletics.
The Senior girls had an unbeaten season in the local basketball grade.
The senior boys cross country team took out the regional champs with Jason Cressingham 1st, Damion Howe 2nd and Joshua Hall 4th. They achieved 9th place at the NSS champs with the best placing going to Jason with 7th. The interschool road relays were held in Wellington with senior boys coming 4th.
Melissa Hapi and Leanne Te Waaka made the girls U19 Wanganui Rep netball team. The A2 team won the netball 3rd division title.
At the NSS rowing regatta (Maadi Cup) Nathan Jones gained 1st place in the U17 singles. Roy Pullins and Hamish Miller gained 2nd place U16 double.
Joshua Hall, Amby Perez and Shaun Thompson gained representative status in rugby at local level.
Joshua Hall was selected in the NZ U19 touch rugby team to compete at the world champs.

1999
The boys hockey team gained 1st place in the local secondary competition.
Jason Cressingham was placed 4th in senior boys 3000m and 10th 1500m at North Island secondary athletics champs. Mark Cressingham was placed 5th in the 3000m and 6th in the 1500m junior boys.
James Patea won 1st place at regional secondary golf champs.
The senior boys cross country team gained 3rd place at NSS champs. Jason Cressingham was named in the boys NSS team and gained 4th place overall at Nationals.
Jonathan Hamlin won 6 titles at the NZ track cycling champs and made the NZ squad to race at Oceania games. He also represented West Coast NI at NZ road champs and won the novice tour in Manawatu.
Glen Haddon gained 3rd place in U19 section at NSS down hill mountain biking event and won the U17 division.
The boys U16 rowing quad gained 5th place at NSS rowing champs and 4th place in the U16 doubles.
Dale Stringer was selected for the NZ U15 soccer team.

1998
Renata Hall won the 100m junior boys at NISS athletics champs. Daniel Paranihi came 3rd in 800m and 1500m. Jason Cressingham came 3rd in the intermediate 3000m and Wayne Graham 4th in the senior 3000m. Jason Rattray came 4th in the senior boys 100m and 300m hurdles.
Wayne Graham was placed 7th in the NZSS cross country champs and was selected for NZSS team.
Mathew Anderson won 2 gold and bronze at NZ track cycling champs. He gained 5th place at the junior world track cycling champs in the kilo time trial. Brendon Sharrott was selected in the NZ junior development road cycling team and finished 13th at the Australian junior road cycling champs and was the 1st New Zealander. The time trial team gained 4th place at the NZSS cycling event. Jono Hamlin won gold in the U15 points race at track cycling nationals. Brendan Sharratt got silver in the U19 points race.
Netball representatives included Leanne Te Waaka, Sarah Tauroa, Renee Chadwick, Rebecca Collins, Abby Hawkes.
Rugby representatives included Daniel Ruapita (Wanganui U16), Chris Tuapola (Wanganui U16), Daniel Hauraki (Wanganui U16), Joshua Hall (Wanganui U16), Shaun McLean (Wanganui SS team), Mitchell Bishop (Wanganui SS team), Chris Masoe and Shaun Mariner (Wanganui SS, Central regions teams, Wanganui U19, Wanganui Dev squad), Jamie Barry (Wanganui U16), Nathan Easton (Wanganui SS)
Ari Bullock represented the school in the Wanganui senior mens soccer team.
The boys touch team gained 6th at the National SS event. Robbie Potaka-Osbourne made the tournament team. Michelle Warner, Chris Patea, Daniel Raupita, Shaun McLean made the NZ youth touch teams to play Australia.

1997
Jarrod Bartlett played in the Wanganui senior mens cricket team.
Jason Cressingham was placed 10th at the NSS cross country champs.
Matthew Anderson gained a gold medal at the national junior track cycling in the mens sprint and to represent NZ at the Oceania Games.
Brendon Sharratt gained a silver in the novice boys 500m and bronze in novice boys sprint. He was also selected for the U17 training camp in Adelaide.
The school boys golf team gained 8th place at the NSS golf champs. Ben Cribb won the individual title.
Netball representatives included Sarah Tauroa, Daneka Patea, Leanne Te Waaka, Narelle Gray and Melissa Hapi.
The U17 boys quad won gold, silver in the U17 double and bronze in the U17 single at NSS rowing champs. The girls won gold in the U19 squad.
Daniel Raupita, Carl Tui and Jamie Berry made the U16 Wanganui representative rugby team.
Touch rugby winners at nationals were the youth girls and and youth boys (B Section). Michelle Warner was named in the NZ youth girls team.

1996
Janet Hiri and Kelly McLeod were part of the Wanganui U16 basketball team that took out the national title.
Sophie Chiet made the U15 wanganui representative netball team. Marinia Taumaunu made the Wanganui U17 representative team.
The boys U16 quad and the U16 double both placed 2nd at the NZSS rowing champs. Don McLachlan (staff) represented NZ at the Lucerne world cup regatta in the mens lightweight pair finishing 9th in the finals.
Tim Wrightson played in the Wanganui SS rugby team.
Brett Harrison, Carl Tui, Ryan Hill and Robert Evans made the Wanganui U16 rugby team.
Daneka Patea, Terina Rukuwai, Amy Cranston, Chandra Osborne played for the Wanganui SS girls representative rugby team.
Stuart Cawood represented NZ in the junior smallbore rifle team.
Sheralee Spencer and Kylee Randall played for Wanganui U19 soccer team. Sheralee was also selected for the NZ girls squad.
The table tennis team made up of Greg Smith, Mike Purvis and James Chapman, won the Commercial Union trophy for the top SS table tennis team at the Nationals.
The touch rugby team was placed 2nd at the NZSS touch tournament.

1995
Cycling team of Daniel Hill, Dale Cheatly Adam Gosney Craig Sharratt and Mathew Anderson were placed 2nd at the Annual Sir Bernard Fergusson trophy race. Dayle Cheatly won the intermediate boys title and Daniel Hill the senior boys event.
Alex Chiet made the NZ U18 soccer squad and the junior all whites.
The Table tennis team of Greg Smith, Ben Chapman and James Chapman won the NZSS title. Dayle Cheatly won 3 golds at the national track champs.
John Lockwood and Michael Price made the NZ junior roller hockey team to Australia.
Shea O'Neil won bronze at NZ judo champs.
Sam Brown was selected to represent NZ at the world junior rowing champs.

1994
Records unavailable

1993
Duncan Ross won the NZSS cross country running title (U20), 4th Australian U20 champs, 2nd NI U20 champs, 2nd NISS 3000m, 1st steeple chase 2000m, 1st Australian schools U18 3000m, 1st steeple chase 2000m. He was named Wanganui junior sportsman of the year.
Cade Englefield was selected for the Wanganui U18 and snr mens cricket team.
Daniel Scott came 11th in the NZ U20 duathlon champs.

1992
The boys U15 four were placed 2nd at the north island SS rowing champs.
Bevan Cheatly made the NZ junior road cycling team.
Duncan Ross was placed 2nd at the NZSS cross country and named in the NZ team.

1991
Bevan James made the Wanganui U18 soccer team, U19 central region team, and the NZ U19 development team.
Duncan Ross won the NZSS junior 3000m, Wanganui SS open 3000m and North Island schools intermediate 3000m.
Regan Sue made the Wanganui and NZSS rugby team to play Australia. Also played in the Wanganui SS touch rugby team, and Wanganui Senior Touch rugby team.
Warren Brown played in the Wanganui U20 basketball team.
Duncan Ross gained 3rd place at the NZSS cross country champs.
The boys quad placed 2nd at the NZSS Maadi cup rowing.

1990
Regan Sue and Amon Nepe made the Wanganui senior mens touch rugby team with Sue named senior player of the year. Mathew Haapu made the mixed rep team. Sue, Nepe, Haapu and Andre Thompson made the Wanganui SS team.
Steven Ray, Lee Haris, Aaron Phillips, Daniel Wallace, and Damian Brandon made the Wanganui U18 basketball team. Dennis Winterburn made the Wanganui U16A basketball team.
Gary Wake wasplaced 3rd at the NZSS indoor shooting champs.
Riki Broughton, Bevan James and Darren Kenny played in the Wanganui soccer team that toured Japan. David Gillum made the central region U17 soccer team.
The hockey team placed 3rd at NSS hockey tournament. Selected for national teams were Adrian Docherty, Karl Wilson, Stephen Benson (jnrs) and Clinton Parkes, Richard Wills, Daren Mallinder and Andrew Hacket (snrs)
Paul Hart was placed 11th at the NSS cycling champs, and 2nd in the Mansfield race for seniors. Bevan Cheatly represented West Coast NI in the novice grade.
Duncan Ross placed 3rd at the NSS athletics champs in the junior 3000m and 3rd at the nationals. He also gained 2nd place at the NZSS cross country champs for Juniors.

1989
At the NSS rowing champs, places in the finals included boys U19 8 (8th), boys U19 4 (4th) U19 pair (5th) U19 double (4th) U19 novice 4 (4th), U17 novice 4 (4th).
Craig Fairhall made the NZSS hockey team. Calum Davie, Richard Wills and Darren Mallinder made the U15 team.

1988
Ross Anderson was selected for the NZ U20 basketball team. He was also selected for the Wanganui team (2nd div) along with Mark McLean.
Calum Davie and Richard Wills made the NZSS hockey team. Clinton Parkes the Wanganui U15 team, and Calum Davie, Richard Wills and Darren Malinder the U14 team, Nigel Bates U17 team and Clinton Parkes the NZ Hatch Cup Umpire.
Car McGowwan, Mark Jackson and Lance Chalk made the Wanganui SS rep badminton team. The boys U16 4 finished 4th at NZSS rowing champs. The U17 double finished 3rd, the U16 8 finished 4th.
David Lamason made the Wanganui U18, emerging players and NZ development squad cricket teams. Ricky McIntyre made the Western Districts, Wanganui U18 and emerging players cricket teams. Other Wanganui U18 reps included Shorty Allum, Nick Olney, Nick Maslin, Richard Stewart, Jeremy Smith and Craig Little.

1987
The senior boys basketball team placed 2nd at the NZSS basketball tournament. Ross Anderson made the NZSS tournament team and the MVP award. Mr Bill Ashworth was named coach of the year.
Leon Atkinson and Craig Adams made the NZSS hockey tournament team. Leon Atkinson made the Wanganui colts, Clinton Parkes, Craig Adams, and Darryn Wilkins the Wanganui U15 team. The 1st 11 finished 3rd equal at the NZSS tournament. David Lamason made the Wanganui Snr rep cricket team, U16 team and U18 team. Wanganui U18 reps were Simon Hancock, Dean James, Ricky McIntyre, Gareth Allum and Richard Stewart. Nick Maslin U16 rep.
The boys U19 novice 8 finished 2nd at NSS rowing champs. The boys U19 novice 4 finished 2nd.

1986
Jason Laing won the junior slalomn and jump at the national water ski champs and represented NZ against Australia.
Shane Judson made the NZ youth weight lifting team to Australia. John Caldwell was runner up in the NZ wrestling champs.
Ross Anderson was named in the national SS basket ball team.
Brendon Follows was Wanganui-Manawatu senior golf runner-up and NISS and NZ tour of Australia.
Hemi Te Paki made the central region rugby team. Andrew Kaua made the NZ U17 rugby team.
Wiremu Townsend and Andrew Kaua were selected for the Wanganui senior athletics team.
The senior boys basketball team were placed 3rd at Nationals.
Mark Stroud made the national hockey tournament team as goalie.
The boys U19 double gained 4th place at NSS rowing champs. Boys U17 pair were placed 5th. David Tamou was placed 6th at NI swimming champs (100m butterfly). He was also placed 1st in the same event at the NZ age group champs.

1985
Jason Laing made the NZ junior water ski team to the world champs.
Nigel Aoake was named the best junior black belt for karate zen do kai in NZ.
Shaun Chadfield was runner up in the 50kg div at the NZ boxing champs.
Grant Dix and Michael were named in the NZSS hockey team.
Derek Lockwood achieved 1st place at the NZ BMX champs (amateur champion), 4th place South Pacific Oceanic titles and was a member of the NZ team. He placed 8th at world championships 16-17 years.
David Reay made the Wanganui U18 rugby team.

1984
Darrryl Follows made the NZ U18 and NZSS water polo team.
David Rea, David McIIroy, Phillip Gardner, Dion Maua, Brent Steed and Shane Wiiliams made the Wanganui U18 rugby team.
David McIIroy made the Wanganui senior rep cricket team.
Gavin Jones made the Wanganui colts hockey team.
The senior boys basketball placed 4th at the NZSS tournament. Andrew Rowan was named in the tournament team.
Seane Earnest placed 1st at NISS athletics (triple jump), Andrew Kaua 2nd long jump, D Walsh 4th steeplechase, 5th 3000m.
The boys U17 8 and 4 finished 3rd and 5th respectively at the NZSS rowing champs. The U16 8 were placed 5th and U15 8 6th.

1983
Wanganui hockey reps were Rod Journeaux (senior mens and NZSS team), Craig Glover and Roger Jones (colts), Gavin Jones (NZSS team).
Tony Cook placed 3rd in 100m and 4th in 200m at NI athletics champs, Dale Cobb (senior) placed 4th in 110 hurdles, 7th in long jump, 8th triple jump. Shaun Walsh (senior) 6th 3000m.
Danny Jonas placed 2nd and 3rd and Rod Journeaux a bronze at NZ age group swimming champs. Shaun Walsh made the WSS harrier team to tour Australia.
The boys U17 pair placed 3rd at NZSS rowing champs.
Gary Anderson WCNI road champion, A grade WCNI track champion for 4000m and 500m and was selected for the NZ junior track team to the world champs. He was named Wanganui Junior sportsperson of the year.

1981
Tom Bowater and Alistar Austin made the NI U18 rugby team.
Yogesh Ravji made the Wanganui colts hockey team.
The boys U16 4 placed 3rd at NZSS rowing champs, U17 pair placed 5th and U19 single placed 4th.
The senior boys basketball team placed 4th at national tournament. Robert Rowan made the national tournament team.

1980
Robert Rowan, Michael Russell selected for the NZSS basketball team. 
Robert Puklowski selected for the NZSS rugby team. Alistair Austin for the Wanganui and NI U16 rugby team. 
Scott Josling came 6th in the 100m butterfly, 3rd in the 200m backstroke, 1st in the 100m backstroke in the NZ swimming age group nationals. 
Barry Hurley came 3rd in the NZ gymnastics champs and was a member of the NZ team. 
Duncan Lints made the Wanganui colts hockey team and the NZSS team. 
Russell Aldridge was the NISS 400m record holder, NZ colts 400m champ.
Danny Hudson was the winner of Glaxo boys tour road race and 10th NZ boys road cycling champs. 
Peter Townsend placed 5th in the 100m at the NZSS athletics. Dean Crowe placed 2nd in the 1500m final, Richard Mooreland placed 3rd in the triple jump.
U16 rugby reps were Dale Cobb, Bryce Williams, Alistair Austin, Grant Rowan and Grant Hitchcock. U18 reps John Steedman, Russell Aldridge, James McLLroy. U19 reps Thomas Bowater, Robert Puklowski and Greg Lockett.


1979
Cycling team finished 4th NZSS cycling champs. Other results included Danny Hudson placed 4th in the Colts WCNI road champs, 2nd in the NZ colts TTT champs. B Glover 3rd NZ 4000m colts track champs, 7th in the junior WCNI road champs, 5th in the NZ junior TTT champs. 
U16 Wanganui rugby reps were S Blake, Greg Lockett, Alistair Austin, T Ngarurere, M Perrot, R Clarke, G Milne. U18 Wanganui rugby reps were C Marshall, M Stewart, R Blake, Peter Townsend. 
NZSS rep hockey players were Greg Mallet and Greg Rees. Greg Rees also made the Wanganui colts team with Mark Glover. 
NISS athletics. Peter Townsend 1st 100m. D Crowe 1st Snr 1500m. V Plumridge 3rd jnr 100m hurdles, R Aldridge 3rd Snr 200m, C Marshall 6th Snr 110m hurdles. NZSS athletics. Peter Townsend 1st 100m. 4 x 100m relay team placed 4th. D Crowe placed 4th in 1500m final. 
Ross Tong was a member of the NZ junior rowing 4 that competed at the world rowing champs in Moscow. The crew was placed 7th. 
Karl Johnson won the NZ junior 41 kg wrestling title, the NZ 40kg SS title and the NI jnr 41kg title

1978
Graeme Cox finished 6th at the NZSS cycling champs in the time trial. 
Dean Crowe placed 8th at the NZSS harriers champs. 
John Bennett made the National Central region schools rugby team. Wanganui U16 reps were Ian Minnell, George Potaka, Raymond Blake, and Scott Vazey. 
Wanganui SS basketball team included F Ashworth, R Ashworth, R Tong, K Hemara and D Holland. U16 reps were P McGrail, S Vasey, T Takuira, R Tihema, R Rowan, and M Russell.
NZSS rep hockey team = Eric Wilson. Wanganui colts, Greg Rees. 
Boys U19 4 placed 4th in Springbok shield at NSS rowing champs. Senior boys four won the youth fours at the Auckland rowing champs. 
NISS athletic champs. D Crowe 1st Snr 1500m, P Townsend 1st Int 100m, 2nd Int 200m, R Aldridge 4th Int 100m, 5th Int 200m. Townsend and Aldridge placed 1st in the 4 x 100m relay team. 
Scott Josling 1st NISS swimming champs U15 100m backstroke and 200m. 
Graeme Rivers made the NZ U20 wrestling team.

1977
U18 Wanganui rugby reps were C Dibben, J Bennett, T Blake, I Holloway, G Rivers and J Karatau. U16 Wanganui rugby reps were K Maniapoto, C Marshall, J Cook, D Simes, R Mete-Kingi and P McFater. 
Hockey team placed 3rd at the NZSS tournament. Bruce Burroughs selected for the NZSS team as captain.
Graeme Parr gained the NZ flyweight boxing title at the nationals. 
Senior boys 4 placed 4th in the Sprinbok shield and 4th in the intermediate 4 at the national SS rowing champs

1976
Graeme Tauri placed 5th in both 100m freestyle and 400m freestyle at NISS swim champs. 
NZSS rowing champs, colts 8 placed 5th, colts 4 placed 4th, Jnr 8 placed 5th, Jnr 4 placed 4th. 
NZSS hockey reps were A Lints, J Somerville and B Burroughs. School hockey ream placed 3rd at National tournament. 
R Richdale and C Morrison won the 1600m hard track cycling title at the NZSS champs. Richdale won the NZ road title, Morrison 2nd, I Johnson 4th and B Harrison 5th.
B Burroughs placed 5th in final of 100m at NZSS athletics. P Stoneman 5th final 300m. J Bennett 10th final 3000m. L Whenuaroa 8th final triple jump, D Visser 6th shotput final, K Luce 7th final high jump. 4 x 100m relay team placed 1st.
Tom Taylor, Kevin Hardy and Graeme Stone made the Wangannui SS basketball team.

1975
Scott Hood placed 3rd at NISS swimming champs for open dive. Graham Tauri placed 6th open 200m medley. 
Wanganui U16 rugby reps were John Bennett, Thomas Blake, Bert Bakk, John Corbett and Richard Jones.
Hockey reps were A Lints, N Bleasdale and B Burroughs to the NZSS team. Wanganui colts team were Lints, Burroughs, R Burgess and P Young. 
Cycling team placed 7th at the NZSS cycling time trial event. 
NZSS athletics champs results were B Burroughs 8th triple jump, Keith Luce 6th high jump, 7th triple jump, L Whenuaroa 6th triple jump, G Willis 7th 1500m, T Swain 8th 3000m P Malipaard 9th snr 1500m, relay team 4 x 100m 4th. 
John Bennett placed 4th at NZSS cross country champs. Team placed 9th.

1974
NISS swim champs, G Tauri placed 4th U15 200m freestyle, 6th open 200m medley, 8th open 100m butterfly. S Hood 3rd U15 dive.
M Gill made the Wanganui Snr rep and Wanganui SS cricket teams. B Tuffin and K Sloan Wanganui SS rep team. 
B Burroughs, A Jeram, and R Burgess made the NZSS hockey team. 
Boys Int 4 placed 2nd in final at NZSS rowing champs, 8 placed 5th. 
Team of 5 riders won the WCNI Hope Gibbens cycling team time trial. Also the team were placed 4th at the NZSS event.
NISS athletics, B Burroughs 4th 100m final, K Luce 5th high jump final, G Willis 5th 1500m and the relay team placed 3rd in final.

1973
NISS swim champs. S Hood 3rd U15 dive, G Tauri 4th open medley, 4th 100m backstroke final, P Morrison 4th 100m breaststroke final, 4th 200m breaststroke final. G walker 6th 100m freestyle final, 3rd 200m freestyle final.
Rugby reps were A Willis (NI U16) K Scanlon (Wanganui U16) U18 Wanganui reps were W Reweti, K Sloan, W Smith, S Phillips, M Gill. 
A Wagstaff made the NZSS and Wanganui snr reserve hockey team.  Wayne Hughes was also in the Wanganui team. 
Boys Jnr A4 placed 5th and Jnr B4 placed 2nd in the NZSS rowing champs.
G Lower placed 2nd in time trial at the NZSS cycling champs. 
M Wigmore placed 6th in national U19B grade gymnastics and D Worrall 7th in the U16 A grade.

1972
R Doyle placed 2nd in the open medley at the NISS swim champs.
N Bannister, B Sloan and B Kennard made the Wanganui SS cricket team. 
Wanganui hockey reps were I Williamson, B Kennard, K smythe, H Glenny and A Wagstaff. Williamson, Kennard and W Hughes selected for the NZSS hockey team. 
B Ryland and K Ratima and A Willis made the Wanganui U16 rugby team.

1971
B Blue placed 4th at NISS swim champs in 100m jnr freestyle final. R Doyle 2nd open 100m butterfly final, 4th 4 x 50 medley. Bruce Walker 2nd 200m freestyle final, 1st 400m freestyle final.
Phillip Sell 1st snr dive. 
N Hawke made the NZSS cricket team. G Thomas and N Banister the Wanganui SS rep team. 
Wanganui hockey reps were L Brider (B's) L Brider, I Williamson and G Gibbard (U21) and secondary schools reps were Gibbard (capt), L Brider, I Williamson, P Johnston, B Kennard, C Wright and G Mack. Clayton Wright also became the 1st person in Wanganui to become a NZ jnr umpire. 
Mark Brewer won the NZ open plate singles title for badminton, the Wanganui residential combined and mens doubles champs, King Country mens singles, doubles and combined doubles, Hawkes Bay jnr singles and selected for the Wanganui team to play Australia. John Lawson won the Horowhenua U18 singles title and the Wanganui colts team.
The cycling team placed 3rd at the NSS time trial event and R Perry won the reserves race. 
D Dalton won the national Jnr wrestling title for his weight div

1970
M Brewer won the NZ boys badminton title. 
R Blue won the NZ jnr wrestling title (U 123 lb) and trophy for most scientific wrestler. D Dalton won the jnr wrestling title (U 103lb). 
K Downer won the NI white and yellow karate titles. 
C Williamson captained the NZSS hockey team. L Brider was in the NZSS hockey team.
At the NISS champs P Snell 1st open dive, J Ingram 3rd U15 dive, R Doyle 7th U15 220yds freestyle, J Tindle 5th U15 220 yds breaststroke, B Walker 5th O15 110yds freestyle, J Tunnell 4th O15 220yds freestyle. 
N Hawke played for Wanganui snr rep cricket team, colts and secondary schools. J Bannister, A Buckman made the Wanganui SS cricket team.
M Brewer won the NZ jnr doubles badminton title.

1969
NISS swim champs J tunnel placed 1st U15 110 yds freestyle 2nd 220 yds freestyle 4th open 440yds freestyle. N Hope 2nd open 220yds medley, 3rd 110yds freestyle, 3rd 110yds backstroke (U15) A Katene 5th 220yds backstroke U15 years. P Sell 1st U15 diving event. 
Manawatu SS cricket team reps were M Brown, J Bannister and N Hawke. 
Wanganui SS rugby reps were G Sims, A Haden, N Hope, K Maivalili, T Meauke, C Whale, M Brown, L Holyoake.
Wanganui rep soccer players were T Chambers, P Clark, and D Jones (U18 team), M Brennan, M Bures, P Selbie, K Hassell, R Hubbard (U16 team) and A Katene (U14 team). 
The cycling team won the national teams time trial event for schools. 
A Haden, I Howells, and I Haden were chosen for the Wanganui U19 tennis team.
W Ashworth selected for the Wanganui snr mens basketball team.

1968
The fencing team of S Hope, I Ravenwood, and O Watson was unofficially the top team in NZ. At the NZSS champs, S Hope 1st boys foil, I Ravenwood 3rd boys sabre. 
At the NI swim champs N Hope placed 1st open 220yds medley, 3rd O15 110yds freestyle. J Tunnell 2nd U15 220yds freestyle. P Sell 2nd U15 dive. S Hope, 4th O15 220yds backstroke, 5th O15 110yds backstroke. B Walker 6th U15 110yds freestyle. P Selbie 7th U15 110yds backstroke. 
Wanganui SS rugby reps were M Lucas, N Tuffin, G Sims, D McKenzie, D Scunders, K Chamberlain, HA Haden, P Bellis, S Tanuvasa, N Bannister.
U18 rep soccer players were R Bartly, T Chambers, P E Clark, P J Clark, D Jones. U16 M Bures, D Jones. U14 P Selbie.
P Bevin selected for the NZSS basketball team. 
The U18 boys 4 placed 6th in Springbok shield finals at NZSS rowing champs. The int 4 placed 4th in the finals.
The cycling team placed 3rd at the NZSS cycling time trials event.

1967
Representative hockey players were NZSS team S Jackson, J Parag, A Skuja, K Palmer. Snr reserve team, S Jackson, P Bevin, K Palmer, A Skuja. Wanganui U21 team L Brider, S Jackson, P Bevin, K Palmer. Wanganui SS team, S Jackson (capt), A Skuja, G Willacy, J Parag, K Palmer. U16 team, D Earle (capt), C Williamson, H Wilkins, B Steele. 
Soccer reps were P Anderson, Wanganui snr team and U18. U18 reps were L Hastie, P Helm, A Coleman, B Brewer. U16 reps were R Bartly, T Chambers, P Clark, D Jones and W Cranston.
Boys snr 4 placed 6th at NSS rowing champs

1966
The gymnastics team placed 1st at the NSS festival. 
S Hope and O Watson represented the Wellington province at the NSS fencing champs.
Wanganui schools rugby reps were D Boswell (capt), B Christie, W Lawson, M Boaler, M Lucas, G McGill, I Sione, L James, G Ahern, B McKinnon, E Vakecegu and W Langdon. 
The school snr hockey team won the Snr reserve grade and the D McGillivary Cup and placed 2nd at the NSS hockey tournament. Hockey reps were F Mailman and J Jukes (NSS team and NI and Wanganui colts), P Andrews, Wanganui colts, U16 reps were P Hughes (capt), K Palmer, D Earle.
Rep soccer players were P Anderson (Wanganui U16, U18). Wanganui U16 team E Hastie, P Helm, A Colman, R Bartly, A Nicolas, K price, D Jefferies. U14 team R Hubbard, M Bures, D Jones, B Young, P Robieson, K Judson, J Judson, G Blacklaws.

1965
M Anderson placed 2nd on individual points at the NSS gymnastics champs. 
At the NISS swim champs D Gillbanks 4th 100yds freestyle, M Lowe 3rd 220yds backstroke, 4th 100yds breaststroke, N Hope 2nd 220yds freestyle, S Hope 1st 220yds backstroke (record time). 
J Huwyler selected for the Wanganui snr rep cricket side and took 5-70 in his first rep game against Wellington.
The hockey team won the snr reserve grade competition. They also won the H C Johnson Memorial Cup for secondary schools at the national tournament. NSS hockey team reps were W Boyd (capt) F Mailman, D Bowen and T Andrews. Boyd and Mailman were also selected to attend the NZ hockey coaching school. 
Soccer reps were: Wanganui U18 N Thompson, B McFarland, G Wansbrough, U16 P Anderson, P Wallis, L Hastie, B Healey, P Helm and K Hickman. U14 reps were D Jones, B Young, D Bonner, R Bartly, P Clark, P E Clark, G Limpus, J Judson, M Fletcher, P Green. 
Wanganui A grade basketball rep was J Greenwood. Colts reps were P Bevin, M Lucas.

1964
Wanganui Colts and snr reserve hockey reps were W Boyd, D Bowen, A francis, S lints, F Mailman, R Wysocki. 
S Jackson and J Jukes were selected for the NSS hockey tournament.Wanganui U18 soccer reps were W Thomas, T Paenui, D Feickert. U16 reps were D Limpus (capt), N Thompson, B McFarland, P Wallis, L Smith, J Hubbard, B Healey, G Wansborough. U14 reps were B Brewer, G Benseman, E Hastie, P Helm. 
The school 8 finished 3rd at the NSS rowing champs. The No1 4 finished 2nd.
The school basketball team won the NSS title in Wellington.

1963
The school 8 placed 3rd in the youth division at the NZ rowing champs. They were also placed 4th at the NZSS champs. 
N Dickie was selected for the Wanganui rep basketball side. 
NISS swim champs P Biard 2nd 220yds breaststroke, G Bethell 2nd 100 yds breaststroke, 3rd 133 yds medley, W Waugh 3rd 220yds backstroke.

1962
The boys snr 4 placed 4th equal at the NSS rowing champs. 
The school basketball team won the west coast NI schools tournament. N Dickie, H McGail and W Taepa were named in the Wanganui colts team.

1961
NISS swim champs Boys U15 L Mitchaiski 3rd 100yds and 220yds freestyle. W Waugh 3rd 100yds and 220yds backstroke. P Baird 1st 100yds breaststroke. Boys O15 J Crossan 3rd 100yds and 220yds backstroke. G Bethell 3rd 100yds and 220 yds breaststroke. D Butchart 2nd 220yds freestyle, 2nd 50yds butterfly. 
Wanganui snr rep hockey players were K Park, G Perfect, and D Percival. B Maxwell made the Wanganui Colts. 
R F Hicks was in the North Island schools soccer team.

1960
NISS swim champs. Boys U15 P Biard 1st 100yds breaststroke, 2nd 220yds breaststroke. R Johnson 3rd 100yds breaststroke, I Crossan 2nd 100yds and 220yds backstroke. Boys O15 G Bethell 3rd 100yds and 220yds breaststroke. G Wallace 2nd 220yds breaststroke, C Thomson 2nd 50yds butterfly, 1st 100yds freestyle (record). 
Wanganui soccer reps in the colts team were K Park and G Perfect, D Percival, C Somerville, J Maxwell and N Rohloff.
J Earles, E Mainwaring and J Quitta were chosen for the NSS basketball tournament team and the Wanganui snr mens team. 
W Mansfield and D Pennefather were chosen to represent the Wanganui snr mens tennis team. 
P Shaw and L Bell were selected for the Wanganui womans basketball team.

1959
NISS swim champs. Girls U15. D Porteous 3rd 220yds breaststroke. Boys U14 K Ratana 3rd 100yds freestyle, W Crossan, 2nd 100yds backstroke, I Johnson 1st 100yds breaststroke, I Crossan 1st 220yds backstroke (record), R Johnson 2nd 220yds breaststroke. U15 G Wallace 1st 100yds and 220yds breaststroke (records). U16 M Browne 1st 100yds and 220 yds breaststroke (records). D Butchart 2nd 220yds freestyle. O16. C Thomson 1st 50yds butterfly (record) and 3rd 100yds freestyle.
I Trott named in the NZSS basketball team.

1958
Wanganui colts rep hockey players were W Gould, G Holford, A Patel, K Hoskins and M Steele.
R Tuffin for rowing coxed the NZ mens four at the commonwealth games in Wales.
NISS swim champs. Girls U14. D porteaus 2nd 66yds breaststroke, 3rd 100yds breaststroke, 2nd 220yds breaststroke. Girls U16 J Jarman 3rd 66yds and 100yds breaststroke. Girls O16 E Copley 2nd 100yds backstroke, 2nd 100yds and 220yds freestyle. 2nd 440yds open. Boys U14. D Butchard 1st 200yds freestyle (record), 2nd 100yds freestyle, 3rd 66yds breaststroke. I Crossan 2nd 220yds backstroke. G Wallance 1st 66yds, 1st 100yds(record), 1st 220yds(record) breaststroke. U15 boys P Wadsworth 3rd 100yds backstroke, 3rd 220yds backstroke. R Mackie 2nd 66yds breaststroke, 1st 220yds breaststroke. N Browne 1st 100yds breaststroke. P Northover 1st 100yds freestyle, 2nd 220yds freestyle. U16. P Cagney 3rd 100yds backstroke, 2nd 220yds backstroke. C Thomson 1st 66yds freestyle (record) 2nd 220yds freestyle. O16. B Jeromson 3rd 100yds freestyle. J Gurr 1st 66yds backstroke (record), 1st 100yds backstroke, 1st 220yds backstroke (record). R Begbie 1st 220yds freestyle (record) 1st open 440yds freestyle (record). 
Girls snr reserve basketball reps for Wanganui were M Skelsey, L Good and D Shaw.

1957
A Morris and R Vine selected for the NZSS hockey team. 
The boys 8 placed 4th at the NZSS rowing champs, Maadi Cup race.

1956
B Watt (capt) and K Savell played for the Wanganui colts rugby side.  
I Archer, W Gould, A Morris and G Smith played for the Wanganui B hockey team. A Matson represented the school in the Wanganui snr womens hockey team.
The school 1st XI soccer team placed 2nd at the national U16 tournament. 
The school 8 placd 2nd in the Maadi cup rowing race. 

1955
E Doble played for Wanganui in the snr mens hockey team that played India. S Spragg played for the Wanganui snr womens hockey team.

1954
H Cuttell was goal keeper for the NZSS hockey team. E Doble, D McCullam and H Cuttell played in the Wanganui A hockey team. B Elston, E Bayley, P Biard and L MacLean played in the snr reserve Wanganui womens hockey team.

1953
Boys 8 placed 3rd at NZSS Maadi Cup race.

1952
R A Calkin made the NZSS hockey team. Wanganui Colts reps were Calkin, E Doble, S Wilson, L Smaller, and L Kent. E Black selected for the Wanganui B womens hockey team.
M Billinghurst selected for the Wanganui B womens basketball team. 

1951
Boys 8 placed 2nd at Maadi cup rowing champs. 
A lints made the NZSS hockey team. R Calkin played for NZSS B team and the Wanganui A team. N Kingi, P Bennett, W Gedge, J Anderson, M Billinghurst and E Webby made the Wanganui snr B rep womens hockey team.

1950
Boys 8 won the Maadi cup race at the NZSS rowing champs.

1949
Boys 8 won the Maadi cup race at the NZSS rowing champs. L Edwards was in Youth 8 that placed 2nd at nationals. B Lawless was in the maiden 8 that placed 5th at nationals. R Weenick was in the youth 8 that won and 2nd in the youths 4 at nationals. 
A Hall made the NZSS hockey team.

1948
No representative honours

1947
School 8 placed third in the Maadi Cup race contested at Wanganui for the first time. 
G Buxton and Mr Keats (staff) played in the snr mens hockey team. 
J Mutimer played in the Wanganui senior mens soccer team.

1946
The school 4 won the annual interschool rowing races in Auckland. 
G Buxton and D Cate represented Wanganui in the snr mens hockey team.

1945
G Buxton and R Crutchley represented Wanganui in the snr mens hockey team. 
B Murdoch placed 2nd at the NZ swim champs in the int 100yds breaststroke.

1944
Representative hockey players were D Jeffery, G Buxton and R Crutchley (unknown grade). 
B Murduch won the jnr 100yds breastroke and 2nd 75yds breaststroke at NZ swim champs. J Dixon placed 3rd 50yds backstroke.

1943
M Dixon and R Goodwin placed 1st and 2nd in the int boys dive at NI swim champs

1942
No representatives named

1941
The boys 8 won the trophy race against Mt Albert Grammer

1940
No representatives named.

1939
T Harris was the west Coast NI rep to the NZSS athletics champs

1938
M Guy played snr representative cricket for Wanganui. 
A Paul made the NZSS soccer team and P Emosi and D Boss, Wanganui reps. 
K Naidu and J Liddell represented Wanganui at hockey

1937
K Naidu represented Wanganui at hockey

1936
No representatives named.

1935
Wanganui girls rep basketball players were J and B Goldsbury and J Withers.

1934
No representative players named.

1933
Wanganui snr hockey reps were Connett, Revell, Ginn, Sherriff and Byres.

1913 -1932
No representatives named from students at the school.
The sporting codes were limited to rugby, soccer, hockey cricket and basketball.