• Bowls champion found

    Bowls champion found0

    The 2016 NZCT AIMS Games indoor bowls singles champion was found at ASB Baypark Arena today, following two days of intense competition.  From a field of 250, representing 28 schools from around the North Island, 88 players qualified for post-section play. In the semifinals, Ethan Hill (Somerville Intermediate) beat Sa Leaupepe from Papatoetoe’s Holy Cross

  • Table tennis finalists found0

    The NZCT AIMS Games table tennis title contenders have been found for Friday’s finals. In the boys draw, Takapuna Normal – featuring Gavin Ding, Sunny Ang and Daniel Ottenhoff – will face the might of Wairau Intermediate, comprising Nathan Xu, Yu Yang Sun and Thomas Liang. Both teams proved too strong for their semifinal opposition.

  • Big Dey for southern AIMS swimmer

    Big Dey for southern AIMS swimmer0

    He spends three hours just getting to swimming training and back, four days a week, so Ryan Dey’s first trip to Tauranga for the NZCT AIMS Games wasn’t such a big deal. That’s despite the 11-year-old hailing from the southern-most school – Catlins Area School in Owaka – at the NZCT AIMS Games this week.

  • Magic memories for former AIMS Gamer

    Magic memories for former AIMS Gamer0

      It’s been eight long years since Magic netballer Sam Sinclair was last at the NZCT AIMS Games and while much has changed, some things haven’t. Sure, there are now double the amount of athletes at the Tauranga-based games – up to a record 9300 this year – and the 21-year-old’s netball career has soared

  • Double delight for AIMS Games runners

    Double delight for AIMS Games runners0

        Twin grins lit up the opening day of the NZCT AIMS Games in Tauranga today, as local intermediate-aged runners led a record-breaking clean sweep of cross country races, with a massive field of nearly 800 athletes. Katikati College identical twins Daniel and Sean Nicholson led the way, coasting to victory in the Year

  • Free bus services for AIMS Games week

    Free bus services for AIMS Games week1

    No fuss – take the bus. That’s the message to NZCT AIMS Games athletes and their supporters as the week-long tournament kicks off in Tauranga on Sunday. As the population of a large town descends on Bay of Plenty – the games have a record 9300 competitors alone – Tauranga City Council and Bay of