|HVHS Boys #1 in Wellington|
| 30 Mar 2003, 8:13pm||item # 107|
The HVHS Senior Boys water polo team has reached another milestone - No. 1 Wellington team.
Last night they defeated Wellington College 5 - 4 in the final the Wellington Secondary Schools Competition.
Nationals start at Huia this week 3 - 6 April, and it would be great to see you all at the pool to support the valley boys.
Thursday, 3 April
1.50 pm vs St Kentigerns
8.30 pm vs Rangitoto
|Keri & Rebecca in National Junior Team|
| 1 Jan 2003, 6:00pm||item # 49|
Keri James and Rebecca McGuinness have been selected in the National Junior Womens team competing in a test series against their Australian equivalents in January.
|Several Hutt members to Play Against Aussie Schools|
| 1 Nov 2002, 5:56pm||item # 48|
Ben Pye and Chris Naylor have been selected in the National Schoolboys team and
Ashleign Wootton, Keri James, Kirsten Hudson and Lucy Miller have been selected in the National Schoolgirls team
Both teams are competing in a test series versus their Australian counter-parts in December
give them a taste of Kiwi guys - well done !
|Rebecca and Lauren - National U19 Reps|
| 10 Sep 2002, 5:54pm||item # 47|
Rebecca McGuinness and Lauren Hudson have made selection in the National Under-19 Team that'll be competing in the North Island Open Champs over the coming Labour weekend in Hamilton
keep up the good work girls and go get'm !
|Two Hutt Girls in National U17 Team|
| 6 Aug 2002, 5:44pm||item # 4|
Keri and Ashleigh are in the National Under-17 team competing in a tri-nations tournament between NZL, USA & AUS.
... read more
|Ben, Chris and Paora Off to Santos|
| 1 Jul 2002, 5:52pm||item # 46|
Congrats to Ben Pye, Chris Naylor and Paora Morrison who have been selected for the NZ Under-17 Team to compete in the 1st International Youth Championships (unofficial).
Good stuff guys !
|Three Girls in Under-15 National Team|
| 1 Jun 2002, 5:50pm||item # 45|
We're proud of our Haley Duffy, Kelly Gilmer and Kirsten Hudson who have been selected in the National Under-15 Team that will be competing at the Pan Pacs tournament to be held in Auckland over late June and Early July.
The team will also compete in a series of games against the New South Wales combined schools team.
Well done girls.
|Sacred Heart are National Champs|
| 10 May 2002, 10:22am||item # 17|
Check out the Photo Gallery of our very own Sacred Heart Lower Hutt, who won the National Schoolgirls Champs !!!.
|Liz Featured in Newspaper Article|
| 8 Dec 2001, 10:25am||item # 19|
The Dominion has has an ongoing series of articles on "Women in Sport". One of those articles features our Head Coach and International Referee - Liz Burman.
Check out the full story.
|November Club Newsletter|
| 20 Nov 2001, 10:24am||item # 18|
Check out the latest news scooped by Mary Wootton.
|August Club Newsletter|
| 20 Aug 2001, 10:27am||item # 20|
Check out the latest news scooped by Mary and John Wootton.
|Under 20 Men's National Championships in Christchurch|
| 10 Aug 2001, 11:28am||item # 41|
The Hutt U20 Men's team, ably led by Josh Keenan, was very competitive in Christchurch and improved from game to game.
Glenn Benge commented that he was impressed with the attitude of the boys in their application within the game, their behaviour out of the pool and their obvious respect for each other as individuals and as a team unit.
A big thank you goes to coach, Chris Pennell for his commitment and creating a productive team environment.
Josh Keenan deservedly earned our team Player of the Tournament with Mark Rumble and Sam Keenan jointly earning the Most Improved Players. Goalie, Chris Naylor, was competitive against opposition 3 or 4 years older than himself.
Overall, the trip was a great success for the boys who have made significant strides forward this year.
The Team was :
|Megan Makes All-American|
| 5 Jul 2001, 10:29am||item # 21|
In the first year of a sports scholarship at Hartwick College, New York, Hutt's Megan Thomson has been named in the All-American team.
Check out the full story.
|Speedy Recovery Mark|
| 20 May 2001, 11:31am||item # 42|
For those who don't know, prominent club member Mark Willis was involved in a serious motorbike accident some weeks ago.
Mark spent about a week in hospital and has come out with a few extra bits of metal in his arms.
On behalf of Hutt Club Mark, we wish you a speedy recovery and all the best in your attempts to regain full fitness in order to secure another contract with the Coelacanths.