Best Youth Cricket Initiative
The Auckland Cricket Association selected Kelston Girls' College as the ‘worthy recipient of the trophy’ for the best youth cricket initiative in Auckland.
Head of PE/Sport at Kelston Girls' College, Haidee Tiffin, who was captain of the winning New Zealand Women’s Cricket team which achieved World Cup success several years ago, attended the ceremony at Eden Park to receive the award, on the 12th April 2012.
A cricket pitch has been built and with the support of Haidee and Assistant Head of PE/Sport, Francois Coetzee, the girls’ cricket team won the competition this year.
Feala Vaelua a member of the cricket team has been named the non-travelling reserve for the Samoan Women’s Cricket team.
As the Auckland winner, Kelston Girls' College have been nominated as a candidate in the 2012 New Zealand Cricket Development Awards. The national winner will be announced later in the year.
Congratulations to Feala Vaelua who has been selected to play in the Auckland Secondary School Girls Cricket team. This is a massive achievement for her in her first year of cricket. Best wishes Feala for the Cricket season. The team toured Australia in January 2013
Saba Isaac and Berekia Mayenikini presented their personal stories regarding their academic achievement and integration into the school community at the Refugee Education Conference AUT 2011.
Papua Taumate, Year 13, won a Science Scholarship to attend a summer camp at the University of Auckland.
Our Junior Volleyball Team earned 1st Place amongst West Auckland schools for 2011. It is the combined effort of the Year 9 and 10 girls with the training style of Fuzi Tuilagi and coaching techniques of Mrs. Elena Bernardo.