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Jun 142017
 
Kuranui football team aims to strike gold

Kuranui College’s 1st XI Boys football team is aiming to regain the Wairarapa Secondary Schools football title after narrowly missing out in a tight final last season.

The boys held the Wairarapa Secondary Schools trophy in both 2014 and 2015 and are determined to bring it home in 2017. They … Read More >

Jun 132017
 
Hard Fought Netball Win 17-15

In a tough game for our girls this week, Kuranui A defeated Wai Col B 17-15.

Kuranui showed a lot of spirit and teamwork to come away with the win.

Notable efforts from the defensive pair of Tylah Higgison and Wanita Namana, with Tylah being named Player of the Day. … Read More >

Jun 122017
 
Kuranui Students take the Lead

Kuranui College students were once again awarded the coveted Student Leadership Award at the recent Stage Challenge competition held at Te Rauparaha Arena in Porirua.

Out of a strong field of 16 schools from the Greater Wellington region, Kuranui came out on top for leadership. This is the only award … Read More >

May 232017
 
Kuranui 1st XI Comeback - 20 May 2017

In bitterly cold conditions, the Kuranui 1st XI footballers found themselves down 1-2 at halftime to a motivated Rathkeale 2nds team.

Coach Wayne Brasell made some key adjustments and the Kuranui boys romped home to a 5-2 win!
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May 192017
 
Kuranui Women's 1st XI football win

The Kuranui Women’s 1st XI won against WaiCol 2nds 4-0.

A great demonstration of teamwork by the Kuranui girls last night against a good WaiCol team. Some superb runs and goals which resulted in a good boost of confidence.

Player of the day: Amelia Oconnell.

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May 172017
 
Kuranui Women's 2nd XI football win

The Kuranui Women’s 2nd XI football played the Waicol 3rds at Wairarapa College tonight, winning 3-1.

Great coaching by Casey Shanaye Scott, and fantastic support by Mr Hands and parents!

3 points: Maya Templer – Player of the match
2 points: Brooklyn
1 point: Briar

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May 172017
 
Kuranui 2017 Cross-Country Results

2017 Kuranui College Cross Country Results

U14 Boys- 1st Bryce Cummings, 2nd Jayden Hume, 3rd Rowan Higgins

U15 Boys- 1st Connor Turton, 2nd Manu Didsbury

U16 Boys- 1st Anthony Rowe-Penny, 2nd Oli Hammat, 3rd Lachlan O’Connell

U14 Girls- 1st Amelia O’Connell, 2nd Aaliyah Keys, 3rd Summer Didsbury

U15 Girls- 1st … Read More >

May 152017
 
Kuranui Football's Winning Weekend

Kuranui Football had a great weekend with the three boys’ and two women’s teams all recording wins.

Women’s results:
Kuranui 1st XI 11-1 vs Makoura
Kuranui 2nd XI 5-1 vs St Matts Seniors

Boys’ results:
Kuranui 1st XI 9-1 vs Waicol 2nd XI
Kuranui 2nd XI 8-1 vs Rathkeale 4th … Read More >

Apr 142017
 
Kuranui win a place at Shakespeare Festival finals

Kuranui students tackled the rarely-performed ‘Pericles: The Prince of Tyre’ to win a place in the national finals of the 26th Sheilah Winn Festival of Shakespeare in Schools.

Adapting the Shakespearian drama to fit modern times proved to be a winner for the senior drama students. Alexander Southey (Pericles), Grace … Read More >

Mar 222017
 
Sweet smell of success for Kuranui’s international programme

Wander down the corridors of the technology block at Kuranui College this term and you may be forgiven for thinking you’re in culinary heaven given the pleasant aromas emanating from the school’s food tech classroom.

Nine students from around the globe have enrolled in the South Wairarapa college, each bringing … Read More >

Mar 192017
 
Kuranui Cricket - short by 34 runs

The Kuranui 1st Xi faced Wairarapa 2nds in bitterly cold conditions on Saturday 18th March, 2017.

A close game demonstrating some great batting (especially from Toby Wilkinson who got 40) but resulting in a loss to Kuranui.

Wairarapa college showed some great fielding and batting. Waicol batted first and achieved … Read More >

Mar 142017
 
Swimming records smashed!

A total of 6 records were broken at the Kuranui College Swimming Sports held last Friday at the Greytown Memorial Pools.

Amelia O’Connell broke 4 records in the Under 14 girls Section:

1 Length Freestyle in 17.78s in the heats (Amelia’s own record broken last year in 17.84s). 2 Lengths… Read More >
Mar 092017
 
Outstanding Kuranui Results Lead to Higher Honours

Kuranui College students continue to set new academic standards, with outstanding NCEA results and an impressive number gaining top university scholarships.

The Level 1 results are the best the college has ever produced, with an achievement rate of 92%. A large number of senior students also achieved endorsements and the … Read More >

Mar 092017
 
Double joy for Kuranui College musician

A Kuranui music student has landed an opportunity of a lifetime after being selected to play double bass for the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra (NZSO) National Youth Orchestra.

William Taber will be performing to huge audiences during two high profile concerts, the first on 14 July at the Michael Fowler … Read More >

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