• Rosmini 1st XI cricket team.
  • Kisione Cocker-Valu
  • Rosmini and Carmel College's Stations of the Cross cast.
  • Stations of the Cross 2019.

Huge Cricket Win for Rosmini

The Rosmini 1st XI Cricket team played the game of their lives to qualify for Nationals as the Auckland representatives at the end of this year. The boys fought a fiercely contested game against Westlake Boys High School and came out on top. A great team effort with special mention to Daniel Winter and his 127 not out off 101 balls with three sixes consecutively to win the game. 

Waka Ama: National Champions
Rosmini College sent two teams to compete in the Under 19 section of the New Zealand Secondary Schools Waka Ama Nationals Competition on Lake Tikitapu in Rotorua. The New Zealand Secondary Schools Waka Ama Nationals competition this year had 123 schools taking part in 206 races.  

The Rosmini College boys, aged from 15 to 17, not only made the Championship Finals for the first time, they also came away with Rosmini College’s first national title for the year. ‘Hold the 90’ crew consisting of Ben Clarke, Jarmon Nui, Kisione Cocker-Valu, Caleb Tanner, Alex Matthews and Kyle Kennedy joined with Auckland Girls Grammar School to win the New Zealand W12 U19 mixed championship race. The ‘Prefect No More’ crew consisting of Keama Aniheta, Ihiraia Hogg, Metui Telefoni, Carlos Phillips, Jacob Franich and Niwa Wiki also joined together with AGGS to win the gold in the plate final.

Overall, the boys competed in the W12, W6 500m, W6 250 and individual 250 and came away with a Championship gold medal and two plate gold ribbons. The boys would like to thank their coach, Ben Finau, Matua Noah Meggitt for his guidance and the whanau for their support, talitonuga (belief) and ofa (love).

Stations of the Cross
Rosmini College and Carmel College’s annual re-enactment of the World Youth Day’s version of the Stations of the Cross was held at Takapuna’s St Joseph’s Church on Wednesday, 10th April at 7pm.

Issue 98 May 2019