The Rosmini College Sports Awards Dinner was held at QBE North Harbour Stadium on Thursday, 13th October. The Guest Speaker was Cameron Leslie (MNZM). The Sportsman of the Year was Patrick Haybittle.
The Junior Sportsman of the Year was Marvin Williams-Dunn.
The Intermediate Sportsman of the Year was Keano Kini.
The Sporting Performance of the Year was awarded to the Rosmini College 1st XI Hockey team. The Sports Team of the Year was the Senior Premier Basketball team.
Year 12 student, Callum Prime represented New Zealand at the Australian State Teams Champs where he won a silver medal in the 200m Individual Medley. Callum also won three gold medals at the New Zealand Short Course Champs held at the Millennium Institute in early October.
Year 9 student, Sung Ju Kim won four gold medals at the New Zealand Secondary School Swimming Champs held on the 9th – 11th September at the Wellington Aquatic Centre.
Year 10 student, Sam Reinen took part in the Surf Life Saving New Zealand National Pool Champs held at the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre on the 7th – 9th October. Sam came first in the U16 Men’s Medley Relay, U16 Men’s 50m Obstacle Relay, U16 Men’s Line Throw and U16 Men’s Manikin Relay. In addition his Manikin Relay team broke the New Zealand record.
The Rosmini College Lacrosse team are the winners of the Auckland Northern Division and on Friday, 16th September, they beat Mount Roskill Grammar School to win the Greater Auckland title. Lacrosse is a relatively new sport at Rosmini College, but this year, the fourth, has seen the team balloon out to twenty-six players. The team is coached by Andrew Muir and Rosmini Old Boy, James Clarkson. Year 11 student, William Clarkson (15) of Kumeu is the team’s captain.