AIMS 2015 Results

2015 Daily Results and Highlights


Tiaki turns Tauranga into the Silver City


Holding his nerve and continuing his consistent all-round play, Tiaki carted an 8 over par 80 to finish second overall in the Gross Competition.

Congratulations on a brilliant effort and your silver medal!

We would like to acknowledge Taylor’s impressive shot making in his final round, and for his consistent improvement throughout the course of the tournament. Well done!

Wet and wild Tauranga turns on the tropics

Just when you think the netball games couldn’t get any closer…think again! Our girls battled, demonstrating amazing comradery and should be extremely proud of their efforts today.

  • Tauranga Intermediate defeated Heaton (31-27)
  • Whakatane Intermediate defeated Heaton (25-24)

Our hockey girls marched on to progress to tomorrows B-Grade final, producing a convincing 4-0 win against Northcross Intermediate.


The division playoffs begin!

DSC_0218Another brilliant performance from our hockey girls resulted in a 3-1 win against Samuel Marsden College.

Our netball team, who qualified for the A-Grade finals series produced two gutsy performances against the strong and dynamic Hastings Intermediate and Hutt Intermediate. Unfortunately, Heaton were narrowly beaten in both of these encounters ( 29 – 21 and 28 – 26).

Our golfers continued their climb up the leaderboard with excellent round of 76 (Tiaki) and 89 (Taylor).

Multisport Madness

Widely recognised as the toughest discipline in the Aims Games, Harry completed gruelling run, bike and kayak legs through the McLaren Falls Park. He finished a very respectable 58th of 77 competitors, completing the course in a time of 38 minutes and 11 seconds. Well done Harry!



Tiaki continued to show poise and precision shooting a 79 and Taylor made huge strides on the tricky Otumoetai Golf Course shooting an impressive 84.

Heaton brings the heat!

It was an absolutely brilliant day for our netball and hockey teams with our girls coming out firing on all cylinders. Our teams went a perfect 5 from 5!

Netball Results

  • Heaton defeated Whangarei Intermediate (45-23)
  • Heaton defeated Opotiki Primary (39-29)
  • Heaton defeated Kerikeri High School (26-22)

Hockey Results

  • Heaton defeated St Mary’s College (3-0)
  • Heaton defeated Bethlehem College (3-0)
Jermaine catches fire!

CongratulationDSC_0317s on three fantastic swims for Jermaine in her backstroke finals.

200 meter backstroke – 5th overall

100 meter backstroke – 4th overall

50 meter backstroke – Bronze Medal


Super Swimming

Jermaine got off to a fantastic start and smashed three personal records today. Bring on the finals tomorrow!

  • 100 IM – 1:16.32 (15th overall)
  • 200 meter backstroke – 2:35.54 (qualified 7th fastest overall for the final)
  • 100 meter backstroke – 1:10.89 (qualified 5th fastest overall for the final)
  • 50 meter backstroke – 32.05 (qualified 3rd fasted overall for the final)
Golfing Greatness

On a glorious sunny day at Omokoroa, our golfing superstars Tiaki and Taylor played a fantastic round and battled the fast greens to produce great performances. Tiaki will go into todays play sitting joint top of the leaderboard after his 3 over par round of 75.

Terrific Team Play

Our Hockey team battled an early start and tough schedule to finish today with one win and two losses. Our girls played some brilliant hockey and are looking to take this momentum into their next two fixtures. Two wins tomorrow would give our girls the best chance of progressing to the A-Grade final series. Keep up the amazing work and go Heaton!

  • Otumoetai defeated Heaton (3-1)
  • Heaton defeated Albany Junior High School (6-0)
  • Cobham defeated Heaton (1-0)

Our netball team also had a difficult start to the competition, however responded with a brilliant performance in their second game. They go into tomorrows second round on a high and will look to produce three consistent performances against difficult opponents. Keep up the great work girls!

  • Holy Cross Henderson defeated Heaton (32-22)
  • Heaton defeated Ruawai College (32-7)

 DAY 1

Cross Country Success

What a fantastic way to start the tournament! Our very own Rosa put in a brilliant performance in the opening event of the games to secure a silver medal. Well done on an absolutely superb effort!

Cross Country (Yr.7 Girls)

1st Maia Flint   Rudolf Steiner (Tauranga) 11:25
2nd Rosa Blake   Heaton Normal Intermediate 11:43
3rd Isabella Richardson   St Cuthbert’s College 11:48