• Inspirational oldie helping AIMS shortage

    Inspirational oldie helping AIMS shortage0

    Maureen Habgood has always been a problem-solver so when she heard about Tauranga’s accommodation shortage during September’s Anchor AIMS Games, she sprung into action. The vibrant 78-year-old has galvanised fellow residents in Welcome Bay’s Greenwood Park lifestyle village into opening their homes to students from St Bernard’s College in Wellington for the week-long intermediate-aged tournament.

  • Huge milestone for AIMS Games0

      September’s Anchor AIMS Games has breached two significant milestones, with more than 10,000 athletes from over 300 schools heading to Tauranga. When registrations closed at midnight last night, 10,139 intermediate-aged competitors had entered, from 302 schools around New Zealand and the Pacific. Entries have been received from Indonesia, Tonga, the Cook Island and Australia,

  • Warm ups key in AIMS Games buildup1

      All Black Nehe Milner-Skudder has launched the build-up to this year’s Anchor AIMS Games – as well as his own comeback – with a training session in Wellington this week. The World Cup-winning wing and Hurricanes star took a training session with the Titahi Bay Intermediate girls’ and boys’ sevens teams, who are among

  • Huge hits as AIMS Games goes global

    Huge hits as AIMS Games goes global0

    Last week’s NZCT AIMS Games in Tauranga reached an international audience, following the move to live stream many of the 21 sporting codes and provide daily video highlights. Figures released today showed 502,775 views of the live stream feed of the annual intermediate-aged tournament, which attracted 9300 athletes from 275 schools. Included in those figures

  • Sevens symphony sees Te Puke home

    Sevens symphony sees Te Puke home0

    See more final photos here! Joseph Vueti and Josese Vukataki play rugby like most people dance; a joyful expression of movement and beat. With their teammates moving equally in harmony, the Fijian pair helped Te Puke to an historic 17-7 win over Tauranga Intermediate in the final of the NZCT AIMS Games boys sevens tournament.

  • Money shot gets Tauranga basketballers home

    Money shot gets Tauranga basketballers home0

    See more finals photos here! Lachlann Clement got the glory but his entire Tauranga Intermediate basketball got the title in a thrilling basketball finale in the NZCT AIMS Games today. Tauranga pipped Rosmini 55-51, needing extra time before claiming their first-ever basketball crown. With the scores locked up at 49-all at the end of regular