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New Zealand Representatives 2022

Regulus // Issue 3 // November 2022

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Congratulations to the following students who were selected to represent New Zealand in Academic, Cultural, and Sports pursuits in 2022.

Academic

International Mathematical Modeling Challenge Tom Edwards, Toby Harvie, Luke Zhu and Corin Simcock (all Year 13) represented New Zealand at the International Mathematical Modeling Challenge and won one of only three Outstanding Team awards.

Future Problem Solving – Hannah Withers* (Year 9) and the Year 9 team  Matthew Bluck, Katie Foot, Charlotte Kyle, Teresa Steiner and Ania Kuziel*, represented New Zealand at the Future Problem Solving International Competition.

Cultural

Choral – Estée Wilke (Year 13) was selected for the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Choir.

Orchestra – Grace Lawrence (Year 13) was selected as Concertmaster of the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ Symphony Orchestra for 2022. Miu Kim, Jasmine Hooker* and Hansen Hong* (all Year 10) were also selected for the NZSSSO.

Pipe Band – Tayla Eagle (Year 10), Lucas Paterson (Year 11), Georgia Eagle, Connor Higgs (both Year 12) and Rachel Holyoake (Year 13), were selected for the National Youth Pipe Band of New Zealand.

Sport

Basketball – Karereatua Williams (Year 13) was selected for the New Zealand U17 basketball team at the FIBA World Cup Asia Qualifying in Jordan. Lauren Whittaker (Year 12) was also selected for the New Zealand U17 team but could not travel due to injury. Mitchell Corkery* (Year 12) was selected for the New Zealand Basketball U17 3X3 team. Madeline-Rose Morrow (Year 13) was selected for the New Zealand U18 Women’s National Team at the FIBA Asia Championships in India.

Cricket – Rory Sloan (Year 13) was selected for the New Zealand Māori Secondary Schools’ cricket team.

CrossFit – Alys Scott (Year 13) represented New Zealand at the CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin, USA.

Equestrian – Gemma Lewis* (Year 12) was selected to represent New Zealand at the World Dressage Challenge in the Senior (16 and over) class. Georgia Lewis* (Year 9) was selected to represent New Zealand at the World Dressage Challenge in the Youth (12–16 years) class.

Fencing – Ryan Stewart (Year 13) represented New Zealand at the World Junior Fencing and Cadet Championships in Dubai, and was a member of the New Zealand Junior Men’s Epee team which competed at the Commonwealth Fencing Championships in London.

Football – Noah Cole (Year 10) and Megan Simpson (Year 11) were selected for the New Zealand U17 football teams.

Golf – Sebastian May* (Year 12) was selected for the New Zealand team to compete at the IMG Junior World Championships.

Hockey – Penelope Taulafo (Year 12) was selected for the New Zealand U21 Women’s Māori hockey team and the New Zealand Māori Women’s Team.

Jet Skiing – Jonte Butterfield (Year 11) was selected for the New Zealand jet skiing team to compete in Australia.

Karate – Scarlett Gray (Year 10) represented New Zealand in the Female Cadet Individual Kumite division at the Oceania Karate Championships in New Caledonia.

Netball – Sienna Stowers-Smith (Year 12) was selected for the New Zealand Secondary Schools’ netball team.

Race Walk – Jonah Cropp (Year 12) represented the New Zealand athletics team in the race walk at the Oceania Track and Field Championships.

Rowing – Georgia Thomson (Year 13) represented New Zealand at the World Junior Rowing Championships in Italy.

Rugby – Penelope Taulafo (Year 12) was selected for the New Zealand U18 Māori Women’s rugby team.

Volleyball – Tineke Hinton (Year 12) and Pippa Henderson (Year 13) represented New Zealand in the Junior Women’s Volleyball Test Series against Australia.

*Absent.

Congratulations our 2022 New Zealand representative students who have excelled in their academic, cultural or sport area.

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