Summer Tournament Day (Yr.8) – 2020

Please ensure you read the following tournament information carefully so you are prepared for a great day of fun, improvement and competition. A huge thank you to all staff and parent helpers for their efforts in making this opportunity possible for our year 8 students.

DATE: Tuesday 10th March

CODE OF CONDUCT: All participating students must ensure they read and follow our school representative sports Code of Conduct (please select the link below to access):

Sports Code of Conduct (CARE)

PARTICIPATION LIST (who is taking part in each sport?): 

If you are sick on the day or you cannot attend the tournament for any reason, please communicate this directly with your coaches or supervisors via email (not Mr Evers) as he will be offsite running an event and will not have access to email.

COMPETITION VENUES:

  • Girls Cricket:Hospital Corner (Hagley Park)
  • Tennis: Wilding Park
  • Orienteering:South Hagley Park (meet at the car park behind the netball building)
  • Golf:McLeans Island Golf Course
  • Boys Cricket: South Hagley Park (Polo Grounds)
  • Softball and Touch: South Hagley Park
  • Lawn Bowls: Bowls Papanui (181 Condell Ave)

RULES:

Summer Tournament Rules 2020

SPORTS DRAWS & COMPETITION INFORMATION: 

PITCH MAPS:

STAFFING ORGANISATION (Teachers I.C of sports):

  • Orienteering: Miss Rogers
  • Tennis: Mr Greaves
  • Girls Cricket: Ms Knipshild
  • Boys Cricket: Mr Evers
  • Softball: Ms Green
  • Touch: Miss Just and Ms Clarkson
  • Golf: Mrs Dore
  • Bowls: Mr Brown

COST: As an opt-in sporting opportunity, participation in this tournament will incur a cost that covers transportation e.g. Advance bus bookings and/or tournament entry fees (if applicable). These costs will be added to your Heaton school accounts and must be paid before the end of term one. 

STUDENT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS: All participating students will require the following equipment for this tournament.

  • Packed lunch with plenty of healthy snacks
  • Water Bottle
  • Heaton PE kit with Heaton Cap
  • All Orienteering Students will require a pencil or a pen
  • Appropriate Footwear
  • Any personal sports equipment (tennis racquet, cricket kit etc.)
  • All personal medication you require (Ventolin, epipen etc.)
  • Sunscreen
  • Boys Cricket Students: If possible please wear your whites with your Heaton PE top, and bring your personal cricket bag with all equipment.
  • Golf Students: As discussed at our meeting, students can share clubs amongst their team. Mr Evers also has a set the group can borrow, and a box of golf balls that Mrs Dore will provide.

STUDENT MEETING TIMES AND TRANSPORT ORGANISATION:

TOUCH: Please meet Miss Just and Miss Clarkson in the hall promptly at 7:50am for the roll. All touch students will be on 1 x 49 seater bus, which will depart school at 8:10am. The touch bus will collect students from Hagley at 2:30pm

CRICKET (BOYS & GIRLS) & SOFTBALL: Please meet Mr Evers, Miss Knipshild and Ms Green in the hall quad promptly at 7:50am for the roll. Students will be on 1 x 49 seater bus, which will depart school at 8:10am. The Cricket and Softball bus will collect students from Hagley at 2:50pm. The expected time back at Heaton will be 3:15pm

LAWN BOWLS & ORIENTEERING: Please meet Mr Brown and Miss Rogers on the outdoor basketball court promptly at 8:00am for the roll. Students will be on 1 x 49 seater bus, which will depart school at 8:10am. The bus will drop the bowls students off first (181 Condell Ave) and then take the Orienteering students to their meeting place (Hagley Netball Centre). At 2:00pm, the bus will collect the Orienteering students first, followed by the Bowls students. It is expected that students will be back at Heaton by 3:00pm.

TENNIS: Please meet Mr Greaves & your transport helpers (Kyla Watson- both to/from venue, Mrs Smeele to the venue / Kris Inglis – return journey back to Heaton) by the Heaton Flagpole at 8:00am for the roll. Students will be transported in a Heaton van and by 1-2 parent helpers, and will depart school at 8:10am. Students will leave the venue to return to Heaton at 2:40pm. 

GOLF: Please meet Mrs Dore at the round tables outside the LRC at 8:10am for the roll. Students will be transported in a Heaton van and will depart promptly at 8:20am. 

Girls’ National Cricket Tournament 2019

A huge congratulations on qualifying for the 2019 National Tournament ladies, we are so excited to see you compete and are very proud of your achievements. Please ensure you read all the following information carefully, and contact Mr. Evers via email if you have any questions or concerns. Please be aware that some information may be subject to change so please check the blog regularly over the next week.

Tournament Dates: 

Students are required on the afternoon/evening of Wednesday 20th November (Opening Ceremony / Dinner), and the competition dates are Thursday 21st – Saturday 23rd November (inclusive)

Timetable:
Wednesday 20th November

All players are required to attend the pre-tournament function (Opening Ceremony and Players Dinner). The girls’ are required to meet  in the canteen foyer after school. At approx. 3:30 pm, Barry and Mrs Edge will transport the students out to Lincoln and will supervise them for the duration of the afternoon / early evening. Students will have an opportunity to walk around the venue, familiarise themselves with the grounds, and participate in an optional filmed session organised by Cricket NZ (consent notes will be distributed and must be returned if you would like to take this opportunity).

Students will not require any money, cricket equipment or specific gear on the Wednesday. Students must be wearing their Heaton PE uniform, Heaton hat and jacket (which will be supplied).

  • Managers/Coaches Meeting: 5:30pm @ Bert Sutcliffe Pavilion
  • Opening Ceremony: The opening ceremony will take place at the Lincoln University Food Hall after the pre-tournament meeting (6.15pm)
  • Players Dinner: There will be a BBQ Dinner at the Lincoln University Food Hall for all teams immediately after the opening ceremony (6.30pm). Food will be supplied by New Zealand Cricket.

At the conclusion of the dinner (approx. 7:15 pm), students will be transported back to school, where they can be collected from Heaton. Barry will send out a group text when we are leaving the venue so we can ensure prompt collection from school.

Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd November

All players are required to meet at the Heaton flagpole 8:00am each morning. We will be departing promptly at 8:15am so please contact Barry if you are stuck in traffic or have any concerns.

No lunch is required on competition days as this is supplied by NZ Cricket. We will provide healthy snacks, however all players must have a named drink bottle and sun tan lotion for all competition days.

Following Thursday and Fridays matches there will be team dinners and a debrief for the girls: Thursday evening @ Lexie’s and Friday evening @ Lucy’s.]

Heaton Supervision: Miss Caygill will be looking after the girls on Thursday, Mrs Edge on Friday, and Mr Evers on Saturday.

Saturday 23rd November

All players are required to meet at the Heaton flagpole 7:45am. We will be departing promptly at 7:55am so please contact Barry if you are stuck in traffic or have any concerns.

Again, no lunch is required on Saturday as this is supplied by NZ Cricket. We will provide healthy snacks, however all players must have a named drink bottle and sun tan lotion for all competition days.

  • Closing Ceremony: The closing ceremony will take place on completion of the final round of games. Teams need to make their way to outside the Bert Sutcliffe Pavilion promptly after their match. Following the closing ceremony there will be a dinner at Cam’s and all parents are welcome to attend.
Additional Important Information
  • All personal medication e.g. Ventolin, must be packed and with your daughter on each competition day.
  • All girls must bring any personal cricket equipment they require (bat, pads, gloves etc.) If you require any additional kit, please see Mr. Evers as he can assist with this
  • The team will compete in their new Heaton cricket polo, whites (trousers) and Heaton cap. Please ensure you also have your Heaton PE top with you just in case
  • Please ensure any additional snacks/drinks you provide are healthy i.e. no fizzy and no chewing gum
  • Mrs. Edge, Miss Caygill and Mr. Evers will be your Heaton contact/manager/support people. Please touch base with them if you have any questions or concerns leading up to or during the tournament
  • Live Scoring: All games will be live scored on the NZC application along with cricHQ. Please make sure you download one or both of these before the tournament begins
  • WhatsApp (Managers/Coaches): For each tournament Cricket NZ create a Whatsapp group. This provides a medium for questions to be asked and the answers be shared across all teams. If you don’t have it already, please download the app from your app store and in the coming days I will load you to the tournament group. Please feel free to ask any questions you have through the app.

Tournament Resources (please read carefully)
2019 Playing Conditions & Rules
National Primary School Shield Draw
National Primary School Shield Handbook 2019
Venues, Maps & Parking

Heaton Girls’ Qualify for Nationals 2019

Canterbury Finals 2019 – Coaches Report

This year the Canterbury finals were contested between Heaton, Craighead (Timaru), Waimea (Nelson) and STAC (Christchurch)

Game 1 : Heaton 190/2 beat Craighead 7 in 6.1 overs.

The girls were actually quite nervous coming into this game. We lost the toss and Craighead asked us to bat and they grabbed their first wicket in the second over. Emily D came in early and scored a decent 17 before being bowled. Kate C opened the batting and along with Lexie took us through to the 15 over with about 150 on the board (Kate C 34* and Lexie Rouse 40*) – they were both retired allowing the rest of our batters a chance to impress. Lily and Ava were given 3 overs and scored 10 and 9 respectively. Eden and Kate S were given 2 overs and scored 6 and 4 . We ended the innings on 190.

Although Craighead were dismissed for a very small score, the Heaton bowling was actually outstanding and possibly the best all round bowling attack the school has ever had. Millie S took a great catch at first slip, 1 run out and 5 bowled accounted for the remaining wickets. Ava Finished with 2 overs 3 wickets /4 runs, Eden 2/1/1 and Lexie 1/2/0.

Game 2 : Heaton 143/5 beat Waimea 35 all out in 16 overs

Waimea had just finished a nail biting game with STAC losing in the last ball, we got a glimpse of their fielding and bowling and they looked very useful. We won the toss and batted first. Kate C batted through the innings unbeaten on 38*. She was supported by Lexie with an aggressive 28, Lily 13, Ava 17 and an impressive quick-fire 11* by Millie S.

Our goals were a run out and 2 catches as well as bowling great lines. Ava continued her fine form collecting 4/3/5 including a great catch by Emily at Silly Mid On. Captain Lucy bowled well with 3/1/3  but combined beautifully with Lexie for 2 well executed run outs. Eden and Millie each got a wicket.

Game 3 : Heaton 126/5 beat StAC 44 all out in 13.1 overs

A perfect morning and both teams undefeated, crunch time with the victor going on to represent Canterbury in the nationals.

The toss was won by captain Lucy who opted to bat first. We got off to a cautious start wanting to ensure that our openers did their job when really needed. Kate (13) and Lucy (37) did just that. Lexie came in with a quick fire 27 and Emily with a solid 20. Lily (9) continued her good form and Millie S again came in and continued the attack with 3 off as many balls. We were happy with the total of 126 and confident it was defendable.

Our bowling attack is the strongest I think Heaton has ever had. Ava opened the bowling and got instant success with their opener out caught (Emily) first ball. Second ball – dot, third ball LBW, 4th ball LBW and the game was as good as over with STAC’s top 3 batters back in the pavilion without a run on the board. Captain Lucy and Lexie decided to maintain the pressure and soon STAC were dismissed for 43 in 13.1 overs. Ava produced an amazing spell 3.1 overs 4 wickets for 16 runs. Her seasoned opening  bowling partner, Eden, also bowled beautifully with 3/2/3 and Lucy 3/2/3. The other pleasing thing was our fielding with 2 more run outs and no dropped catches.

A proud coach, a delighted team and a proud supportive group of parents and family.  All looking forward to attending nationals in the hope of playing some great cricket, having fun and meeting new friends. Let’s see if we are good enough for a 6th title in 8 years for Heaton Intermediate.

National Primary Cricket Shield – Canterbury Regional finals 2019

The location and timings have now been finalised for The Canterbury Regional Finals. A huge thank you to Barry and our students for their continued dedication and hard work, we are really proud of you all. Please ensure you read the following information carefully with your parents/caregivers, so you are up to speed with all relevant tournament details.

Tournament Dates: 

Thursday 31st October and Friday 1st November 2019

Venue:

Hagley Polo grounds – All games are played on artificial pitches, no spikes to be worn. Please note Pitches 3 and 4 are the ones nearest the tree-line which will provide the best shelter and parking.

Game Start Times:

Morning games commence at 10.30am and afternoon games at 1.30pm (if both teams agree to start the afternoon game earlier that is okay)

Finish Time (Thursday):

The second game on Thursday is expected to finish at approx. 4:00pm. Students can be collect by their parents/caregivers directly from the venue at this time, or students can be transported back to Heaton. If you do collect your daughter from the venue, please ensure you sign out with the Heaton staff member before leaving

Meeting Time/Location:

Students are required to meet in the canteen foyer (outside the LRC entrance) at 8:40am on both competition days. Please note, students should arrive at school in their cricket whites, Heaton cricket top and be wearing their Heaton cap. Students will be transported to and from the venue in the Heaton vans.

Resources:

Tournament Information 2019
Draw for 2019 Primary Shield

Injuries / Availability: 

If you have any injury concerns, sickness or you cannot participate on either Thursday or Friday, please contact Mr. Evers or Barry asap.

Participants (who is taking part):

  • Emily D (Room 2)
  • Lily Y (Room 5)
  • Kate S (Room 7)
  • Lucy E (Room 7)
  • Lexie R (Room 9)
  • Eden N (Room 10)
  • Kate C (Room 17)
  • Ava D (Room 18)
  • Aiofe M (Room 18)
  • Millie M (Room 18)
  • Millie S (Room 19)

Equipment Requirements:

  • All relevant cricket equipment e.g. pads, bat, gloves
  • Cricket Kit (whites, Heaton PE Top and Heaton Hat)
  • Heaton PE top to have as a spare
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen
  • Packed lunch with plenty of healthy snacks (no chewing gum, fizzy drinks etc.)
  • All relevant personal medication e.g. EpiPen, Ventolin etc.
  • Sunscreen

Questions?:

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Mr Evers via email (everst@heaton.school.nz) as he will be out of school on Thursday with the Heaton athletics day.

Aims Games Championships 2019

 

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The 2019 Anchor AIMS Games was an event of epic proportions. There were over 11,500 competitors who were representing 365 schools from throughout New Zealand, Asia and the Pacific. These staggering participation numbers place it ahead of the number of athletes that competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio!

Heaton were superbly represented by two sports teams (Girls’ 11-a-side Hockey & Boys’ Basketball) and 9 individuals who competed in BMX, Squash, Cross Country, Swimming, Gym-sports, Golf and Multisport. Our Heaton athletes have worked tirelessly over the past six months to prepare for this tournament, and have been wonderfully supported by their coaches, parents, family and teachers. I would  personally like to take this opportunity to thank Miss Seales, Mrs Dore and Mrs Newton for all of their efforts, energy and expertise. Without you, this opportunity would not be possible for our athletes.

I would like to congratulate all of our students for their individual and team success. We are extremely impressed with both the personal and sporting development that occurred during your week in Tauranga. You have all made yourselves, our school and your families very proud! We are so pleased that all of your hard work, sacrifice and efforts have been rewarded.

Our Heaton Hockey Team (affectionally dubbed the frogs) have been crowned Aims Games Champions, bringing home the 11-a-side Hockey cup with a perfect 8 wins from 8 games. Lauren S (Room 8) has also added to her impressive national tournament successes with a bronze medal win ( only .3 points behind the gold medal). With other personal best performances, many top 10 finishes and amazing improvements, this years Aims Games was a spectacular success.

Being on 2020!

CAIMS 11-a-side Hockey & Rugby 7’s Tournament 2019

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What a brilliant way to end the winter sport season!

The Canterbury Aims 11-a-side Hockey and Rugby 7’s tournament was a huge success this year, with 68 Heaton students involved across five teams. We are extremely proud of the improvements that each team made throughout the tournament day, and for the positive way in which they approached all games.

We would like to congratulate our Heaton Gold Rugby and Heaton Girls’ Hockey teams, who won their respective tournaments without losing a match. We would also like to recognise the brilliant performances of our Heaton Green Rugby team who finished in 4th place, and Heaton Gold Mixed hockey team who finished in 3rd place.

A big thank you must also go out to our staff and parent/caregiver coaches for their continued support. Your efforts throughout the whole winter season have been absolutely fantastic!

2019 Invitational Rugby 7’s & Hockey Tournament Day

Date: Tuesday 20th August

Structure: Full day tournament (during the school day)

Heaton Teams (Who is taking part?): 

Heaton Rugby 7’s & Hockey Teams

Meeting Time: All participants are required to meet promptly at 8:00am in the school hall for the morning roll. Students will return to Heaton by the end of the school day.

Draws: Draws (Hockey and Rugby)

Location: Nunweek Park

Representative Sports Code of Conduct: Heaton Code of Conduct (CARE)

Supervising Adults:

  • Rugby: Marc, Jane & Ms Clarkson 
  • Hockey: Mr Evers, Mrs Dore, Miss Seales & Mrs Cumming

Equipment Requirements:

  • Packed lunch with plenty of healthy snacks
  • Water bottle
  • Mouthguard
  • Warm Jacket to wear in between games
  • Appropriate Footwear (Rugby Boots / Hockey Shoes)
  • Representative Heaton Sports Kit (Rugby Kit or Hockey Kit)
  • All personal medication e.g. Ventolin, Epipen
  • Bag to store any muddy equipment (Rugby)

Production Students: All highlighted production students will begin the day at school  as you will have a rehearsal. You will then be collected by Mrs Dore at 11:00am so you can attend the tournament for the remainder of the day.

Cost: Participation in this tournament will incur a cost that covers return transportation and tournament entry fees. This cost will be added to your school account. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Anne Marie Grigg (grigga@heaton.school.nz)

Heaton A Make a Splash at 2019 Canterbury Tournament

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We would like to recognise the brilliant efforts of our Heaton A Water Polo team at this years Canterbury Water Polo Championships. Our Heaton team produced some absolutely fantastic performances across the two competition days, finishing in 3rd place in the A-Grade Competition. A huge congratulations to all of our players and coach Vanessa for the continued progress and development of this great group of athletes.

 

 

Canterbury Yr.7/8 Water Polo Tournament 2019

TOURNAMENT DATES: Friday 9th and Sunday 11th August

DRAW AND LOCATIONS: Games will be running across two pools (Jellie Park and Taiora QE2). Please check the draw below for specific game venue and timings:

Tournament Draw 2019

MEETING TIMES: Players are required to meet Vanessa directly at Jellie Park on Friday 9th @ 8:30am. If you are having difficulty with transport organisation, please contact Vanessa and Mr Evers via email

 ADDITIONAL TOURNAMENT INFORMATION:

  • Games will be 30mins 4×5 Min Quarters. There will Limited warm up time but longer game time
  • All of our Friday games will all be held at Jellie Park
  • Our Heaton team will also have duty responsibilities throughout the tournament (similar to Monday evenings where 5 players and 1 adult are required)
  • Our Team must meet Vanessa poolside 20 minutes before each game and 10 minutes before each duty
  • When not competing, students must be wearing their Heaton PE kit over the top of their togs, so they are easily identified throughout the competition
  • Medals will be awarded to 1st place teams only in both A and B grades, with Most Valuable Players selected in both grades
  • By entering the Canterbury Water Polo Year 7&8 Canterbury Championship parents/caregivers agree to a media release where CWP may use photo’s taken for promotional material in the CWP circles and media platforms. If any of our Heaton parents/caregivers do not consent to the CWP media release, you must contact Tim Evers (everst@heaton.school.nz) before Wednesday 7th August
  • Our Heaton A team will be supervised for the duration of the tournament by Vanessa (parent coach), who will be provided with parent contact details, emergency contact details and medical information. During the Friday games at Jellie Park, students will remain at the venue in between games and for the duration of the day. If you need to leave the venue, it must be with your parent/caregiver and this must be communicated with your coach

TEAM LIST (WHO IS TAKING PART?):

  • Niamh I (Rm 9)
  • Robbie C (Rm 10)
  • Eve N (Rm 11)
  • Ana W (Rm 14)
  • Matilda O (Rm 15)
  • Josh F (Rm 16)
  • Anika T (Rm 16)
  • Dallas I (Rm 17)
  • Kate C (Rm 17)
  • Zavier T (Rm 18)

Term 2 Korfball Tournament 2019

Date: Monday 1st July

Meeting Time: Students are required to meet Mr Evers in the hall promptly at 8:20am for the roll. Students can arrive to school in their PE uniform so they are ready for the tournament, and will not require their full school uniform to change into after the tournament has concluded

Transport: Students will be transported to/from the venue in our two Heaton vans. We are however requiring one parent/caregiver helper who can assist in dropping 3-4 student to the venue and bringing them back to school at the conclusion of the tournament. If you can assist in anyway, please contact Tim Evers via email (everst@heaton.school.nz)

Tournament Time: The tournament will run from 9:30am to approx. 2:30pm.

Venue: Cowles Stadium (210 Pages Road)

Participation List:

Heaton Green Team
Heaton Gold Team

Cost:Participation in this tournament will incur a cost that will be added to your school account. This cost covers tournament entry fees.

Equipment Requirements: Students are to ensure they are wearing their Heaton PE uniform when they arrive to school and have all of the following equipment:

  • All relevant medication e.g. ventolin
  • Water bottle
  • Packed lunch with plenty of healthy snacks
  • Warm jacket and/or tracksuit pants as it will be cold in the stadium when you are not playing

Tournament Organisation (Draw, Rules etc):

Korfball Tournament Information Draw, Rules and Information 2019