Year 13 student Bobbi Gichard is a talented backstroke swimmer who having gained significant success at the World Champs in Budapest is now aiming for Commonwealth Games selection.
This weekly report is a summary of the sporting action over the last week - based on the information received from coaches and managers.
There are a number of teams in different sporting codes representing Northcote College at Winter Tournaments around the North Island this week. Results will be posted here as they come to hand.
Two Year 9 students Heidi Lin and Pania Matthews represented Northcote College at the College Sport Rhythmic Gym Sport Competition recently and acquitted themselves well.
Always encouraging and giving positive feedback to the students, Alysha Burgess is a worthy recipient of the Harbour Sport Student Volunteer of the Month Award.
The poor weather at the end of Term 1 meant the scheduled school cross country had to be abandoned. Well done to the keen runners took to the fields and streets on Wednesday 3 May. Their results are below.
Former Northcote College Deputy Head Girl and Victrix Ludorum, Tabi Porter has been named as Metropolitan State University 2017 Women's Tennis Player of the Year. Tabi has a sports scholarship to study at MSU in Denver Colorado.
Bobbi Gichard 13KDY will compete at the World Swimming Championships in Budapest from July 23-30 this year.Bobbi's specialty is backstroke and she took out two gold medals and a silver at the New Zealand Championships.
The annual Northcote College Swimming Sports saw records tumble on Friday 24 February with some outstanding performances from Lily Zhang and Bobbi Gichard.
Connor Westbury in Year 10 was victorious at the recent Kartsport Auckland Club Championship.
Elijah Neblett in Year 12 has been selected to play in the Oceania Football World Cup to be held in United Arab Emerates in October this year.
Northcote College was the Duty School for running the Benefitz NNH Secondary Schools Senior Tournament at the AMI Netball Centre recently.
Former student, Julian Debruyne is in the NZ U19 Underwater Hockey team competing against the world's best in Hungary.