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Summer Tournament updates

Here’s the latest from our Summer Tournament Teams:

PREMIER TENNIS (NZSS Tennis Championships)
Semi-final 6-0 win against Palmerston North Girls High School. The team will play St Kentigern College in the final today. 


PREMIER VOLLEYBALL (NZSS Volleyball Championships Division 1)

Wednesday (am)             3-0 win against Bethlehem College
Wednesday (pm)             3-0 win against Whakatane High School

Unbeaten and in the Division 1 Quarter-final against Auckland rivals Aorere College.


SENIOR A VOLLEYBALL (NZSS Volleyball Championships Division 3)

Wednesday (am)             1-3 loss against One Tree Hill College
Wednesday (pm)             3-2 win against Nelson College for Girls B

Will now play Waimea College Gold in the 9th-16th bracket of Division 3. There are a total of 6 Divisions at the tournament.


BASKETBALL (NZSS 3 x 3 Basketball Championships)

Westlake Senior 1         Senior Girls Elite Grade

Wednesday (Game 1)    12-3 win against Sacred Hearth Girls College New Plymouth
Wednesday (Game 2)    7-8 loss against St Marys College Ponsonby
Wednesday (Game 3)    18-9 win against Mount Maunganui College Whero
Wednesday (Game 4)    13-11 win against Ashburton College

Westlake Senior 2         Senior Girls Open Grade

Wednesday (Game 1)    17-13 win against St Kentigern Girls
Wednesday (Game 2)    11-6 win against St Peters School Cambridge
Wednesday (Game 3)    6-3 win against Hamilton Girls High School B

Westlake Junior 1         Junior Girls Elite Grade

Wednesday (Game 1)    19-8 win against Tai Wananga
Wednesday (Game 2)    18-12 win against Melville High School
Wednesday (Game 3)    17-5 win against Mount Maunganui College Kikorangi

Westlake Junior 2         Junior Girls Open Grade

Wednesday (Game 1)    15-6 win against Nayland College
Wednesday (Game 2)    20-4 win against Howick College
Wednesday (Game 3)    10-15 loss against Waihi College
Wednesday (Game 4)    11-9 win against Pukekohe High School Black


ROWING (NZSS Rowing Championships)

Note: Wednesday afternoon small boats were being escorted off course due to high winds.

U18 Double Sculls through to C Final
M Howarth, T Morrison

U17 Coxed Quad Sculls through to semi-final
O Anderson, S Leadley, D Thorpe, N Bunyan + cox J Whittaker

U15 Coxed Four through to A Final
A Holmes, S Kerse, S Dykgraaf, S Greenhalgh + cox M Harvey

U15 Coxed Four through to B Final
I de Zwart, C Snelling, M Couch, I Burge + cox J Hanrahan

U16 Coxed Eight through to A final
H Marshman, O Anderson, A Clements, C Rawlings, T Andrew, K Booth, B Insull, P Allen + cox C Ram

U18 Single Sculls through to quarter-final
M Howarth

U17 Coxed Eight through to A Final
H Marshman, S Leadley, D Thorpe, O Anderson, A Clements, O Swann, B Insull, N Bunyan + cox J Whittaker

U16 Coxed Four through to semi final
T Andrew, C Rawlings, Maloney, P Allen + cox E Patterson

U15 Coxed Eight through to A Final
H Marshman, S Kerse, S Dykgraaf, S Greenhalgh, A Clements, M Couch, A Holmes, I Burge + cox M Harvey


SENIOR SOFTBALL (NISS Division 2 Softball Championships)

Wednesday (am)             15-1 win against Bishop Viard College
Wednesday (pm)             6-7 loss against Hamilton Girls High School (after being drawn 5-5 at the end of the regular innings the team went into a tie-breaker)


CRICKET (Auckland 1A T20 Tournament)

Tuesday                                Win against Mt Roskill. Batted first and reached 165 for none with Brooke James on 71 and Ellie Blount on 68.
                                             Bowled them out on the last ball of the game for 116. With Olivia getting 3/18 after only starting to play cricket this season.

Wednesday (am)                 Win against Howick College. Leah Watton had bowling figures of 4/8 with Howick all out for 83, this was chased down easily by
                                            openers Ellie Blount and Brooke James (who hit two massive sixes).

Wednesday (pm)                 Loss against a very strong MAGS team in the final. The team received silver medals for 2nd in the 1A Grade.

Open Evening

Open Evening for students wanting to enrol at Westlake Girls for 2025

We will be holding an Open Evening for those considering enrolling at Westlake Girls in 2025 on Tuesday, 23 July. There will be a brief talk at 4 pm and repeated at 6 pm in our Event Centre. These talks will then be followed by guided tours of the school. All are welcome. No need to book; just come along.

Online enrolment opens 1 July.