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Celebrating 50 years of Secondary Schools Basketball Championships in New Zealand

Celebrating 50 years of Secondary Schools Basketball Championships in New Zealand

The Schick Championship tip off next week and will celebrate 50 years of New Zealand secondary schools basketball championships. The trophies of the AA events dates far back, but what is the earliest and official championships for each?

New Zealand National School Boys’ Tournament

The inaugural New Zealand National Schoolboys Tournament was played in 1968.  The tournament consisted of the top four teams from across New Zealand: Otago Boys High School, Mt Albert Grammar School, Nelson College and Tokoroa High School. They all assembled in Palmerston North to play for the Doug Harford Memorial Trophy.

Tokoroa and Otago met each other in the final. Tokoroa got away to a flying start leading 14-0. Otago fought back trailing behind by four points at half-time. After the furious pace of the first half both teams began to feel the effects, but it seemed as though the fitness of the team would carry the day, but unfortunately a number of near misses and a hot spell of long shooting by the Tokoroa players led to take the win 52-57.

The Doug Harford Memorial Trophy is presented in memory of former New Zealand player Doug Harford who was tragically killed in a car accident in 1967. Harford was in his prime just before his passing having represented the New Zealand the previous year. Harford represented Nelson and the South Island until 1962 when he moved to Wellington and represented Wellington and the North Island teams. He was a recipient of the Keith Carr Trophy for Outstanding Guard at the 1962 Senior National Championships and debuted for New Zealand the following year. The trophy was purchased from funds kindly donated by the Harford family.

Church College of New Zealand won 14 titles of which 5 were consecutive wins from 1984 to 1988.
 

New Zealand National School Girls’ Tournament

The New Zealand National Schoolgirls final was played in 1969. The final was between the South Island winners Waimea College and Western Heights College.  Waimea College won the final 31-26.  The result was documented in the N.Z. Women’s Indoor Basketball Association minutes from an executive meeting held on Monday, 1 September 1969.

The C.A. Clarke and Stone Trophy is presented annually to the Secondary Schools Girl’s AA National Champions and was first awarded to Waimea College at the 1969 Championship played in Rotorua.

The trophy is steeped in tradition as the donars (C.A. Clarke and Stone Ltd) were at the time producing aerated water and cordial, and had been doing so since 1883. It is believed that it was the only cordial factory in the world operating on geothermal steam.

The factory was on Tutanekai Street in Rotorua, now the site of the Novotel hotel where the Tall Blacks have stayed prior to their World Cup Qualifying games against Hong Kong and Lebanon earlier this year.

Church College of New Zealand won 20 titles of which 10 were consecutive titles from 1990 to 1999. Mairehau High School was the next best school with nine consecutive titles from 1972 to 1980.

2007 was the inaugural year of the A Secondary Schools Nationals won by Taumarunui High School boys’ team and Paeroa College girls’ team.

 


 

New Zealand Secondary Schools NATIONAL CHAMPIONS

New Zealand ‘AA’ Boys' National Champions 

2017 Rosmini College
2016 Rangitoto College
2015 Rangitoto College
2014 Otago Boys High School
2013 Westlake Boys High School
2012 Westlake Boys High School
2011 Rosmini College
2010 Hamilton’s Fraser High School
2009 Westlake Boys High School
2008 St Patricks College, Kilbirnie
2007 St Patricks College

New Zealand Nationals School Boys' Tournament Champions 

2006 Westlake Boys High School
2005 Westlake Boys High School
2004 Avondale College
2003 Church College of New Zealand
2002 Church College of New Zealand
2001 Hutt Valley High School
2000 Nelson College
1999 Avondale College
1998 Aranui High School
1997 Church College of New Zealand
1996 St John’s College
1995 Palmerston North Boys’ High School
1994 Palmerston North Boys’ High School
1993 Church College of New Zealand
1992 Napier Boys’ High School
1991 Church College of New Zealand
1990 Church College of New Zealand
1989 Christchurch Boys’ High School
1988 Church College of New Zealand
1987 Church College of New Zealand
1986 Church College of New Zealand
1985 Church College of New Zealand
1984 Church College of New Zealand
1983 Kelston Boys’ High School
1982 Church College of New Zealand
1981 Timaru Boys’ High School
1980 Rongotai College
1979 Auckland Grammar School
1978 St Patrick’s College (Wellington)
1977 Church College of New Zealand
1976 Christchurch Boys’ High School
1975 Mairehau High School
1974 Mairehau High School
1973 Mairehau High School
1972 Church College of New Zealand
1971 St Patrick’s College (Wellington)
1970 Church College of New Zealand
1969 Hutt Valley Memorial Technical College
1968 Tokoroa High School

New Zealand ‘AA’ Girls' Nationals Champions

2017 St Marys College, Wellington
2016 St Peter’s School, Cambridge
2015 St Peter’s School, Cambridge
2014 New Plymouth Girls High School
2013 Christchurch Girls High School
2012 Hamilton Girls High School
2011 Hutt Valley High School
2010 Hutt Valley High School
2009 Church College
2008 Church College
2007 Church College

New Zealand National School Girls' Champions 

2006 Northcote College
2005 Avondale College
2004 Avondale College
2003 Church College of New Zealand
2002 Church College of New Zealand
2001 Christchurch Girls’ High School
2000 Christchurch Girls’ High School
1999 Church College of New Zealand
1998 Church College of New Zealand
1997 Church College of New Zealand
1996 Church College of New Zealand
1995 Church College of New Zealand
1994 Church College of New Zealand
1993 Church College of New Zealand
1992 Church College of New Zealand
1991 Church College of New Zealand
1990 Church College of New Zealand
1989 Nayland College
1988 Sacred Heart (Hamilton)
1987 Logan Park High School
1986 Logan Park High School
1985 Church College of New Zealand
1984 Church College of New Zealand
1983 Church College of New Zealand
1982 Church College of New Zealand
1981 Church College of New Zealand
1980 Mairehau High School
1979 Mairehau High School
1978 Mairehau High School
1977 Mairehau High School
1976 Mairehau High School
1975 Mairehau High School
1974 Mairehau High School
1973 Mairehau High School
1972 Mairehau High School
1971 Colenso High School
1970 Selwyn College
1969 Waimea College

New Zealand ‘A’ Boys' National Champions

2017 Stratford High School
2016 St Kevin’s College
2015 Melville High School
2014 Kavanagh College
2013 St Kevin’s College
2012 Te Aroha College
2011 Ngaruawahia High School
2010 Logan Park High School
2009 Nga Taiatea Wharekura
2008 Taumarunui High School
2007 Taumarunui High School

New Zealand ‘A’ Girls' National Champions

2017 Opunake High School
2016 Opunake High School
2015 Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Te Kura Kokiri
2014 Buller High School
2013 Melville High School
2012 Te Aroha College
2011 Opunake High School
2010 Buller High School
2009 Rotorua Lakes High School
2008 Church College
2007 Paeroa College

 


SCHICK CHAMPIONSHIPS:

‘A’ SCHICK CHAMPIONSHIPS
Tournament Dates: October 1-4, 2018
City: Palmerston North
Host: Basketball Manawatu
Venue: Central Energy Trusts Arena

‘AA’ SCHICK CHAMPIONSHIPS
Tournament Dates: October 1-6, 2018
City: Palmerston North
Host: Basketball Manawatu
Venue: Central Energy Trusts Arena

More information on the Schick Championships here.


 

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