"2009 College Basketball League Schedule"
2009 College Basketball League Schedule Friday Prem Boys Sen Boys 1 Sen Boys 2 Prem Girls Sen Girls 1 Sen Girls 2 Tuesday Jun Boys 1 Jun Boys 2 Jun Boys 3 Jun Girls 1 Jun Girls 2 Jun Girls 3 MAY 01 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 APRIL 28 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 Rd 1 - 1 08 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 MAY 05 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 Rd 1 - 2 15 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 12 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 Rd 1 - 3 22 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 19 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 Rd 1 - 4 29 Rd 1 - 5 Rd 1 - 5 Rd 1 - 5 Rd 1 - 5 Rd 1 - 5 Rd 1 - 5 26 Rd 1 - 5 Rd 1- 5 Rd 1- 5 Rd 1 - 5 Rd 1- 5 Rd 1 - 5 JUNE 05 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 JUNE 02 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 Rd 1 - 6 12 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 09 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 Rd 1 - 7 19 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 16 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2- 1 Rd 2 - 1 Rd 2 - 1 26 Rd 2 - 2 Rd 2 - 2 Rd 2 - 2 Rd 2 - 2 Rd 2 - 2 Rd 2 - 2 23 Rd 2 - 2 Rd 2- 2 Rd 2- 2 Rd 2 - 2 Rd 2- 2 Rd 2 - 2 JULY 03 Rd 2 - 3 Rd 2 - 3 Rd 2 - 3 Rd 2 - 3 Rd 2 - 3 Rd 2 - 3 30 Rd 2 – 3 Rd 2 – 3 Rd 2 – 3 Rd 2 – 3 Rd 2- 3 Rd 2 – 3 SCHOOL HOLIDAYS 24 Rd 2 – 4 Rd 2 – 4 Rd 2 – 4 Rd 2 – 4 Rd 2 – 4 Rd 2 – 4 JULY 21 Rd 2 - 4 Rd 2 - 4 Rd 2 - 4 Rd 2 - 4 Rd 2 - 4 Rd 2 - 4 31 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 28 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 Rd 2 - 5 AUG 07 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 AUG 04 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 Rd 2 - 6 14 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 11 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 Rd 2 - 7 21 Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final 18 Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final Semi Final 26 FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL 25 FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL FINAL 26 Aug 26 Aug 26 Aug 26 Aug 26 Aug 26 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug 25 Aug AUG 31- **WINTER TOURNAMENT WEEK** SEPT 4 * Premier Boys & Girls games will be at Te Rauparaha Arena LEAGUE CONVENOR Tracey Devereux College Sport Wellington Tel: 939 1102 Fax: 939 1103 Mobile: 027 2477 578 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RESULTS It is critical that our league tables are current – for that to occur all schools need to ensure their weekly results are entered through the on-line facility, into the College Sport database. No later than 10.30am on the day following games – Monday for Senior games. DEFAULTS T be advised no later than 12 noon on day of play to: 1. Opposition School's Convenor. 2. College Sport Wellington Tel: 939 1102 Fax: 939 1103 Email: email@example.com UNNOTIFIED OR LATE DEFAULT FEE IS $20 COMPLAINTS & PROTESTS These must be lodged in writing through the School Convenor and on the appropriate form, available in this handbook, to College Sport Wellington within 72 hours of the match. ASSOCIATION CONTACTS Wellington Basketball Association Voldi Simi Tel 389 8004 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Hutt Valley Basketball Association Alicia Wharewera E-mail: email@example.com Porirua Basketball Association Michelle Hippolite E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Kapiti Basketball Association Angelo Robinson Email: email@example.com LEAGUE PLAYING CONDITIONS The By Laws of College Sport Wellington shall apply to any situations not covered within the Basketball League playing conditions. In particular the eligibility criteria contained within the CSW By Laws should be noted. These By Laws are copied at the conclusion of this section. 1. GENERAL i. Through player registrations, the League shall be affiliated to Basketball New Zealand. ii. The League shall, if required, have a set up meeting in March and a wind up meeting within a fortnight of the conclusion of the Finals at which any remits for consideration for implementation the following year shall be considered by delegates.. iii. The conduct and eligibility of schools’, players and coaches shall be in accordance with the Constitution and By Laws of College Sport Wellington & rules of Basketball New Zealand. iv. League games shall be scheduled as follows: Juniors – Tuesdays’ commencing the first Tuesday of term 2, and Seniors – Fridays’ commencing the first Friday of term 2 both divisions concluding no later than the first week in September. 2. PLAYER ELIGIBILITY & REGISTRATION All players must: i. Be verified by the Principal as bona fide students of their school of representation. In this respect, players must be enrolled and attending a full time programme provided by the school of representation as defined by the Ministry of Education for capitation purposes. This should also include International and Alternative Education students declared by their Principal as bona fide students of the school they represent. ii. Students from “attached schools” (generally small secondary schools who have a formalised arrangement with a secondary school) are eligible to play for a “host school” (both definitions according to NZSSSC). Such students will on application to NZSSSC & BBNZ be considered to play at BBNZ sanctioned events. iii. The age eligibility criteria shall be: Seniors: under 20 on 31 December in the year of competition. Juniors: Year 9 & 10 (under 16) on 31 December in the year of competition. iv. School convenors are responsible for ensuring all birth dates are validated against the school’s pupil files and are accurate on the official BBNZ team registration form. v. A College may, apart from the Premier Grade and at the sole discretion of the League Convenor, enter more than one team in a grade. The League Convenor will need to be assured of the viability & resourcing of any additional team. 3. BIRTH DATE VERIFICATIONS All players are to have their birth date validated against school records and this citing ratified by the Principal or their official appointee, who should sign the official BBNZ player registration form. 4. BALL SIZE All Boys matches use Size 7 ball, Girls Size 6 ball. 5. FEES i. The League fee shall be $20 per team payable on invoice to College Sport. ii. There is no longer a BBNZ levy but schools will be required to supply player details for BBNZ. iii. Referees fees are individual school’s responsibility and are outlined in condition 10 6. DRESS i. All schools should ensure their teams are correctly numbered in tops 4-15 [or the numbering may include 20-22, 30-32, 40-42, 50-52]. Tops need to be numbered front & back. ii. Teams should also be presented appropriately dressed in their registered school playing colours. iii. Where there is a clash of colours it is the responsibility of the home team to wear an alternative strip. iv. Singlets of the same colour front & back are to be worn by all players of the same team. Shorts of the same solid colour shall be worn by all players of the same team. Shorts shall not have a zip or button pockets or tassels. This League has agreed to allow players to wear T-Shirts, conditional on them being the same colour as the dominant colour of the players’ singlet. Players in other contrasting colours will not be permitted on court. Players inappropriately dressed will not be permitted on court. 7. SPECTATOR CONTROL i. To assist referee and player safety, schools must provide some means of ensuring spectators are kept well back from the court. ii. Referees may call off matches where such measures are not taken and the home team shall forfeit. iii. Host schools are additionally responsible for ensuring the behaviour and management of the spectators in their gymnasium. iv. Where issues of unacceptable spectator control /behaviour are reported, the League Convenor may cancel any future home games at that school until sureties are given. 8. VENUES, SAFETY & SUPERVISION - PLEASE NOTE i. All teams must be under the control of an adult coach/manager responsible to the school for the team’s appearance, behaviour & safety both on the court and within the environs of the venue at which they are playing. ii. Teams without such supervision will not be permitted to play and will have their game forfeited & future participation in the League reviewed. iii. All schools are responsible for ensuring that “safe and proper” playing conditions are provided. This shall include: • a clean court with all appropriate line markings, • secure & level hoops with nets • access to clean changing & toilet facilities • Electronic timing & scoring plus a 24 sec shot clock (are all mandatory for Premier & Division 1) & desirous for other grades. • All Semi Finals and Finals for all grades shall be played on a court which complies with this section In addition to this College Sport reserves the right to move any semi-finals & finals from a school’s court if it deems it not appropriate. iv. Coaches/managers are responsible for ensuring that any injured player is cared for until such time that medical attention is provided or until a parent/caregiver can take over. v. In the case of any emergency, host schools should ensure there is access to a telephone. 9. START TIMES & DURATION OF GAMES i. Unless advised otherwise, Junior games start at 5.00pm or 6.30pm on Tuesdays and Seniors at 6.00pm or 7.30pm Friday. ii. Senior Boys & Senior Girls: 4 x 10 minutes (stop clock) iii. Junior Boys & Junior Girls Divisions 1 & 2: 4 x 10 minutes (stop clock) iv. Lower Junior Divisions 3 & 4: 4 x 12 minutes (running clock – stop clock only in last 2 minutes of final quarter) 10. OFFICIALS i. It is the responsibility of each school to provide an official to officiate at each of their team’s matches whether home or away. Failure to do this can result in the game being defaulted by the team who has not provided an official. ii. Where there is an official BBNZ accredited referee present at a game and available to officiate, they must be invited to do so in preference to a non accredited referee. iii. Unless schools’ have individual arrangements with referees they contract, the schedule of payments to referees shall be based on the following: • Registered and badged referees [Grade C minimum & must be able to show validation]: Officiating game on own: $20 by each team [total $40] Officiating game in tandem with non accredited official: $10 by each team [total$20] Officiating game in tandem with accredited official: $20 to each official Non accredited referee no payment If a visiting team does not provide a referee to a Senior game their payment to the referee is $20 whether they are accredited or not. Payment to referees must be paid prior to the start of the game – NO PAY NO PLAY iv. Dissent from players &/or coaches in any form will not be tolerated. Any reported abuse of officials’ authorities may result in the offending player/team or management, appearing before a league judiciary who may take action in accordance with the BBNZ disciplinary guidelines or as deemed appropriate under the College Sport disciplinary authorities – this may include exclusion from the league v. Scorebench Duty – the home team is to run the scorebench but the visiting team may put someone on scorebench to assist if they so desire. 11. COMPETITION FORMAT i. Upon the receipt of entries, teams shall be placed in divisions according to their ranking from the previous year’s league results. ii. Based on this detail & any special requests from school’s wanting to move down a division [or up] the league convenor will formulate the divisions. iii. Any upward promotion of teams shall be done based on rankings from the previous season. iv. Divisions will where possible be of 8 teams. They will play a single round robin, at the conclusion of which the bottom two teams will be relegated to the division beneath & the top two promoted to that above. Please note this is an automatic promotion/relegation. v. At the end of the 2nd round robin, a seeded semi final will be played. The format for this is 1 v 4 & 2 v 3. In each case the highest seeded team will be accorded the home court conditional on it meeting requirements vi. In order to differentiate between tied teams: • where two teams are tied, the result of the most recent game between the two shall determine the winner. • where three or more teams are tied the team with the best record in games between the tied teams shall be the winner. • If teams are still tied, then the team with the highest points differential in games between the tied teams shall be declared the winner. vi. For the following year, rankings shall be done based on end of season placing’s, and with automatic promotion & relegation having been applied in all grades. 12. DRAW i. An official draw will be e-mailed to all school Convenors each week – Seniors on Monday’s and Juniors on Wednesday’s. This will be replicated on the College Sport Wellington website along with season’s draws, results & points tables – www.collegesport.org.nz College Sport Wellington reserves the right to alter any team placements, match venues or make draw adjustments it considers necessary. .13. DEFERRALS Refer to By Law 15 14. DEFAULTS i. All defaults must be advised to both the opposing school and College Sport Wellington no later than 12 noon on the day of play. ii. College Sport Wellington policy is to fine schools who do not notify a default by the due time, at the set rate of $20 per team. 15. RESULTS Refer to By Law 19 16. COMPLAINTS & PROTESTS i. All complaints & protests must be directed through the College Convenor to College Sport Wellington on the form provided within 72 hours of the match being played. The procedure for dealing with disciplinary matters is outlined later in the handbook. ii. Any player sent off or ejected from a game is under suspension from all Basketball until they appear before the College Sport Wellington Basketball Judiciary. 17. ZONE DEFENCE To avoid “confusions” that have arisen in the past, coaches of Junior League teams should familiarise themselves with the following extracts from the BBNZ Operations Manual. (8.2)Under 16 Zone Defence As there is general acceptance that the consistent use of zone defences in the younger age groups adversely effects the development of both defensive and offensive skills in younger athletes the use of zone defences is banned at BBNZ Under 16 Finals and Under 14 Zonal Tournaments. This exclusion is extended to include all Junior League matches (8.2.1) Definition - Zone Defence Any defence played in the half court which does not incorporate normal one on one defensive principles shall be considered to be a zone. For this purpose trapping defences which rotate back to one on one defensive principles shall be acceptable. (8.2.4) Penalty a) 1st and 2nd Violation - warning to team and coach and a loss of possession. b) 3rd Violation - Technical Foul Personal Unsportsmanlike on the Head Coach c) 4th Violation - Technical Foul Personal unsportsmanlike on the Head Coach and consequent disqualification. 18. PLAYER & TEAM DISCIPLINE The Basketball New Zealand penalties for offences schedule shall apply to all teams playing in the League. In this respect any player sent off shall be required to appear before a school’s judiciary in the week following their transgression and shall be ineligible to play in any game until such time that they have appeared. The disciplinary sub committee shall consist of a representative from each of the 3 zones & the League Convenor. Procedures: The Judicial Convenor will upon receipt of the referee’s report: • Notify the player’s school convenor that a report has been received. • Convene a discipline committee hearing for the incident. • Notify all parties of the date, time & venue of the hearing. Where the nature of the transgression is deemed “serious“, the Judicial Convenor may refer the case to one of the region’s associations for its determination. Hearing procedures. • The offending player(s) and his/her coach or manager is to appear. • All parties are to have the referee’s or any other report to examine. • The player & coach/manager are interviewed together. • The player and or coach/manager are then given an opportunity to present their side of the case. • The coach/manager may then address the committee (with or without the player being present). • The committee deliberates in private and then deliver their ruling to the player & coach/manager. The results of any hearings will be communicated to the player’s school, Principal and Association as soon as practical after the hearing. Basketball New Zealand Penalties for Offences Schedule Suggested Minimum Suggested Maximum PLAYER TO PLAYER Kicking 6 weeks 52 weeks Attempt to kick 2 weeks 10 weeks Elbowing 6 weeks 40 weeks Attempt to elbow 2 weeks 5 weeks Fighting (including wrestling, several players involved) 5 weeks 52 weeks Fighting (two players involved, including wrestling) 5 weeks 24 weeks Striking with clenched fist 5 weeks 24 weeks Attempt to strike with clenched fist 2 weeks 6 weeks Striking with open palm 3 weeks 20 weeks Striking opponent with the ball or other objects 1 week 5 weeks Deliberately tripping an opponent 2 weeks 7 weeks Moving in under a player who is in the air 2 weeks 7 weeks Playing unduly roughly 2 weeks 7 weeks Using abusive or offensive language or signs 1 week 15 weeks Adopting a threatening attitude 1 week 5 weeks Participating in basketball whilst suspended 1 week 10 weeks Unsportsmanlike conduct 1 week 5 weeks MISCONDUCT TOWARDS OFFICIALS Unsportsmanlike conduct disputing decisions 1 week 24 weeks Striking, kicking or elbowing 10 years Life Intentionally tripping 5 years Life Attempting to strike, kick, elbow or trip 4 years Life Adopting a threatening attitude 15 weeks 5 years Adopting a fighting attitude 20 weeks 10 years Using abusive, threatening or obscene language 5 weeks 21 weeks Pausing with open palm or shoulder or hip 52 weeks 10 years Striking with the ball or other objects 52 weeks 10 years BY LAWS OF COLLEGE SPORT WELLINGTON INCORPORATED Established 1990 Updated Dec 2008 These By Laws are binding on all member schools [and any affiliate schools] as defined in the College Sport Wellington Incorporated Constitution and prescribed in 1.7 and 1.8 below. Ultimately, the Principals of member and affiliate schools shall be responsible and accountable for exercising due diligence in the application of them. 1. INTERPRETATION OF BY LAWS Within these By Laws the following interpretations shall apply. 1.1 “CSW” shall mean College Sport Wellington Incorporated. 1.2 “NZSSSC” shall mean the New Zealand Secondary Schools Sports Council Incorporated. 1.3 “NSO” shall mean National Sports Organisation. 1.4 “Executive” shall mean the members of the Executive appointed under rule 10.1 of the constitution. 1.5 “Chairperson” refers to the appointed Chair of the Executive prescribed in 1.4. 1.6 “Year” means the financial year of the Association, which shall extend from 1 January in any year until 31 December of that same year. 1.7 “Member School” [also referred to as “Host School”] means any school in the Wellington region [bounded by and including Otaki in the northwest, across to and including Upper Hutt in the northeast and south to Cook Strait] that is registered with the Ministry of Education as an accredited secondary school and who have paid the annual financial dues required by CSW. This interpretation shall include state, integrated and private secondary schools. 1.8 “Affiliate School” [also referred to as “Attached School”] means any secondary school who, while not a full time member, has a relationship with a member school [Host School] under the protocols of NZSSSC‘s Host School - Attached School guidelines [see rule 5]. Such schools may not necessarily be Ministry of Education accredited. 1.9 “Home School” refers to students who are schooled / educated at home and who are not registered or enrolled at a recognized Ministry of Education secondary school. 1.10 “Sanctioned Sport” refers to those sports that are totally administered and delivered under the jurisdiction of CSW. 1.11 “Affiliate Sport” refers to those sports administered and delivered by regional sports bodies or their appointees which may be so administered in partnership with CSW and which preferably but not necessarily exclusively meet the requirements of these By Laws. 1.12 “First Team” level refers to a member school’s registered first [top] team squad playing in any of the sports listed in 4.1 of these By Laws irrespective of the division they play in. A squad shall be the maximum number of players eligible to be registered in that code at a New Zealand Secondary School Sport Council sanctioned competition or tournament. 1.13 “Commissioner” refers to a person appointed annually by the Greater Wellington Secondary Schools Principals Association, charged with arbitrating any dispute or appeal that may from time to time be referred to them by the Executive Director of College Sport Wellington. 2. STUDENT ELIGIBILITY In order to be eligible to participate in activity under the jurisdiction of CSW, students must meet all of the following criteria: 2.1 Be under the age of 19 on 1 January in the year of competition. 2.2 Be enrolled as a bona fide student at the school of representation and studying at least 80% of a programme that is part of the timetable provided by the school – [exception rules 6 & 8 may apply] 2.3 Have continuous regular attendance at the school of enrolment or conform to the official attendance policy of that school. The Ministry of Education’s “20 Day rule” shall apply. 2.4 Be on the official roll of only one school [see rule 3.1] 2.5 Not be under suspension or any other disciplinary action by the school. 2.6 Be registered on the school’s official team list for their team of representation – [see rule 16] 2.7 Year 7 and Year 8 students from those member schools who provide for such levels, will be eligible to participate conditional on them being identified [Y7 & Y8 as appropriate] on team registration lists. 3. STUDENTS NEW TO OR TRANSFERRING SCHOOLS Before a student who moves to or transfers schools is eligible to participate in CSW sanctioned activity, with particular reference to first teams (as prescribed in 1.12). 3.1 They must have been removed from the roll of the school they are departing [Exit school] and be on the roll of their new school [Entry School]. The Ministry of Education do not allow students to be on the rolls of two schools simultaneously [apart from the Correspondence School exemption]. 3.2 They need to be added to the official First Team list held by CSW and this may only be initiated from the first date of full time attendance at their “entry” school. 3.3 Schools are not permitted to register students retrospectively. 3.4 If any student is new to or transfers schools and is added to any team once a season has started, they must play a minimum of 4 CSW sanctioned competition games for that team before they are eligible to play in a semi-final and/or final. 3.5 A “Resident” student refers to a student categorised as: • New Zealand citizen • Holder of a residence permit • Australian citizen • New Zealand passport holder (Cook Islands, Tokelau & Niue) • Dependent of a work permit holder • Those on Ministry of Education recognised student exchange programmes (e.g. AFS, Rotary) • Or as further prescribed by the Ministry of Education All such students are subject to the protocols prescribed in 3.7 and 3.8 3.6 A “Non–Resident” student refers to any other student outside of the classifications in 3.5. This includes Foreign Fee paying students. All such students are subject to the protocols prescribed in 3.9 and 3.10 3.7 Any “resident” student who in an academic year enrols in a new member school and is selected in a first team squad for that school, shall, unless a written waiver has been received (from their exit school Principal) by both their new school and College Sport Wellington, be placed in the quota for that sport. The quota is prescribed in 4.1 of these By Laws. 3.8 Any “resident” student (excluding Year 9 who are exempt) placed in a first team quota for a sport listed in 4.1 shall, unless they are deregistered from that team, remain in that quota for two years. Thereafter, they may continue to play without “quota status”. 3.9 Any “non resident” who in an academic year enrols in a member school and is selected in a first team squad for that school has no waiver rights and is automatically placed into the team quota as prescribed in 4.1 of these By Laws. Unless they are deregistered from that team, they remain in that quota throughout their time at that school. 3.10 In all First Team squads in any CSW sanctioned competition, the number of resident (without waiver) and/or non-resident students new to or transferring school is limited to a maximum as specified in schedule 4.1. This maximum for each code shall include no more than two non-resident students. 3.11 Summary of student status – those new to or transferring school. Year Level Status Entitlement Year 9 Resident No eligibility application Non Resident Automatically Into quota – maximum of 2 in quota Year 10 Resident Waiver available, otherwise into quota for 2 years Non Resident Automatically Into quota – maximum of 2 in quota Year 11 Resident Waiver available, otherwise into quota for 2 years Non Resident Automatically into quota – maximum of 2 in quota Year 12 Resident Waiver available, otherwise into quota for 2 years Non Resident Automatically into quota – maximum of 2 in quota Year 13/14 Resident Waiver available, otherwise into quota for 2 years Non Resident Automatically into quota – maximum of 2 in quota 4. SCHEDULE OF MAXIMUM NUMBERS – THE QUOTA 4.1 The following schedule prescribes the number of resident students (without waiver) or non-resident students permitted in any First Team Squad participating in a College Sport Wellington sanctioned sport (or any North Island or New Zealand sanctioned sporting tournament or competition). Within this number, there shall be no more than two non resident students (see 3.5 & 3.6 regarding non residency). Code Quota Code Quota Badminton 1 Rugby League 4 Basketball 2 Rugby Union 4 Cricket 3 Soccer 3 Football 3 Softball 3 Golf 1 Squash 1 Hockey 3 Table Tennis 1 Netball 2 Tennis 1 Rowing [8/Octuples] 2 Touch 2 Rowing [any other boat] 1 Volleyball 2 5. HOST SCHOOL – ATTACHED SCHOOLS A member secondary school [host school] may offer sporting opportunities to students who attend community secondary schools [attached schools] not, by themselves, capable of entering normal secondary school events [e.g. special character schools with a secondary roll lower than 50]. The school may enter teams of students from both host and attached schools in CSW sanctioned activity, [and with the prior approval from NZSSSC and the appropriate NSO, in Island and National school events], provided that before any participation occurs: 5.1. All other eligibility rules regarding age and attendance of the students are met. 5.2. The Principals of the schools complete a written agreement on the terms that allow students from the ‘attached’ school[s] to play for a team[s] of the host school, the terms to include agreement that the student[s] from the ‘attached’ school will be part of the team[s] for the season and not selected only for certain fixtures. 5.3. No later than six weeks prior to the implementation of the proposed shared participation, the agreement[s] will be provided to CSW. 5.4 In the case of any application for a host school - attached school arrangement to be promulgated at any level beyond CSW, the appropriate documentation must be processed through to NZSSSC via CSW no later than eight weeks prior to the event. The NZSSSC will make a recommendation to the NSO or organising committee which will consider, but is not bound to accept, the recommendation of NZSSSC. 5.5 The principal of the host school accepts responsibility for the team. 5.6 The team[s] will compete under the name of the ‘host school’. 5.7 Students will be named as representatives of the ‘host school’. 5.8 An attached school will have only one host school [or one girls’ school and one boys’ school] for any/all of its students who participate in CSW sanctioned Island or National secondary school events. This does not prevent the attached school entering students under its own name in sports where numbers may be viable [e.g. individual sporting codes]. 5.9 Any such agreements will only be effected when the appropriate documentation is signed by the Principals of both [host and attached] schools, sighted and approved by CSW. 5.10 All such host – attached school agreements are valid only for the calendar year in which they are made and at an Island or national level for the event for which application is made. 6. HOME SCHOOLED STUDENTS 6.1 Such students [who are not on the roll of any member school] are ineligible [Rule 2] to play at any level of CSW sanctioned competition unless an exemption is granted as prescribed in 6.2. 6.2 CSW may however consider a written request from the parent/caregiver of a student for an exemption if it receives from the Principal of the school for whom the student wishes to play their written affirmation. 6.3 Any such exemption shall apply to CSW sanctioned activity only and exclude such a student playing for a school’s first team in any code. 6.4 In considering such applications, the availability of alternative community competitions will be considered. 7. STUDENTS PLAYING FOR OTHER SCHOOLS 7.1 Only if a student’s school does not provide a code that a student wishes to play, may that student, on a case by case basis be considered by CSW to play in a team from another school, apart from in any Premier grades where qualification for NZSS Tournaments or Finals is involved. 7.2 In the first instance the request should be made, with the Principal’s support, by the student’s school of origin to the school for which they wish to play. This should include an acceptance by the student to pay all code dues to that school and accept all the authorities of that school. 7.3 If there is an acceptance by the Principal of the school for whom the student wishes to play, this acknowledgement should then be forwarded in writing to CSW for final endorsement. 7.4 CSW may on written application grant a waiver to this in sports where the application of 7.1 would preclude any two [or more schools] combining to present a composite a team. Any such waiver granted would be for the current year only and would automatically disqualify such a [composite] team, from participating in any regional or national schools competition or tournament, unless the tournament organisers grant such permission. 8. SCHOOL LEAVERS 8.1 Any student who leaves the school in which they are enrolled is no longer eligible to play for that school at any level. To this end, the Ministry of Education’s “20 Day rule” shall apply. 8.2 CSW may however consider a written request from the parent/caregiver of a student for an exemption if it receives from the Principal of the student’s most recent school, their written affirmation. 8.3 Any such exemption shall apply to CSW sanctioned activity only and exclude such a student playing for a school’s first team in any code. 8.4 In considering such applications, the availability of alternative competition in sport the student played at their most recent school will be considered. 9. PENALTIES 9.1 Any complaint relating to a breach of any eligibility criteria must be received by CSW in writing, from the Principal [or their appointee], of the complainant school within 5 days of the completion of the fixture in which a breach of the By Laws is alleged to have occurred 9.2 Such complaints shall be in the first instance be investigated and resolved by the CSW Executive Director in consultation with the Principals [or their appointee], of the involved schools. 9.3 If deemed necessary or more appropriate, the Executive Director may refer the matter to the Commissioner for final resolution and/or determination. 9.4 The results of all CSW competitions, tournaments and events in which ineligible player(s) are proven to have participated shall be forfeited, along with a deduction of twice the maximum competition points available from that fixture and/or forfeiture of any medals, trophies, records given to the team or individual[s] who transgressed. 9.5 If an ineligible student participates in any CSW sanctioned activity which is part of any National or Island qualification or elimination, then CSW shall have the right to revoke that school’s qualification and advise the appropriate organising body. 9.6 In the case of any breach of these By – Laws, the Executive Director of CSW, the CSW Commissioner or the CSW Executive reserves the right to impose any other sanction it deems appropriate. This may include, but not exclusively, suspension from the competition, forfeiture of Premier level rights or censure. 10 SANCTIONED SPORTS 10.1 A sanctioned sport shall actively involve the participation of at least 25% of Member Schools in either regular Interschool competition or a one off Championship event or tournament in any one Calendar year. 10.2 Unless by gender exception specified by any code, all member schools should be eligible to compete. 10.3 Competition for all sanctioned sports shall only be interschool and operate under the jurisdiction of CSW. 10.4 Unless an invitation has been extended by CSW, such competition shall only be for member schools. 10.5 Competition in affiliate sports is at the discretion of the affiliate, but should where possible be interschool. 10.6 Safe and appropriate venues as prescribed by individual codes must be available. CSW retains the right to not use any venues that do not meet such minimum requirements. 10.7 The administration of the sport in Member Schools must be under the direct control of the school or an appointee of the school. 10.8 Levies must be a true reflection of actual delivery costs and not be a source of revenue to sustain the activity of that or any other body. 10.9 All sanctioned or affiliate sports promoted in conjunction with or by a parent body or association or appointee, should always give priority to school and student interests. 11 OTHER SPORTS 11.1 Those sports not classified as “sanctioned” or “affiliate” will be considered for inclusion in the CSW Calendar, either annually or on a one off or trial basis, subject to them being approved by the Executive Director in liaison with the deliverer and according to Rule 10 12. COMPETITIONS – REGULATIONS & CONDUCT 12.1 Competition will be according to the rules or code of conduct of the particular sport subject to the provisions of these By-Laws, which will take precedence in the event of any conflict or ambiguity. 12.2 All teams or individuals participating in any CSW sanctioned activity must be under the direct supervision of a Coach or Manager authorized by the Principal [or appointee] of their school of representation and responsible to the school for the welfare and behaviour of those students in transit too, from and at any such activity. 12.3 In any of the codes listed in 4.1, a school can have only one (1) team playing in the top grade/division of that code; unless there are exceptional circumstances demonstrated and CSW approve a waiver 12.4 When a male coach is assigned to a girls team or female coach to a boys team, it is preferable that an adult [non student] of the opposite gender should be present at any activity. Individual schools should address this issue through their own school policies. 12.5 Individual schools are exclusively responsible for the behaviour, safety and general demeanour of their teams or individuals both on and off the playing arena and in transit too and from such venues. 12.6 All participants and teams must observe the highest standards of sportsmanship. 12.7 All participants must accept and respect the referee/umpire as the sole adjudicator and appropriately acknowledge their contribution to any fixture. 12.8 The transportation-conveyance of any teams to sports events is the sole responsibility of individual schools and the Principal of that school and should be in accordance with Ministry of Education protocols. 13 PLAYING SEASONS 13.1 In order to protect the interests and welfare of students, all CSW sanctioned sports competitions will be defined by a start date and completion date. • Summer Season: Term 1 and Term 4 [from week 1 in tem 1 until the end of March and from week 2 in September until the last school week in December] • Winter Season: Term 2 and Term 3 [from week 1 in Term 2 through to the end of the first week in September] 13.2 When exceptional circumstances arise, CSW may grant a variation to any of the start or completion dates prescribed. 13.4 Competition should as far as possible not encroach into school time. 13.5 At the regional level, no one sport should seek more than two school days for CSW approved regional championships or regional tournaments. 13.6 Where possible, such championships or tournaments should be scheduled as a preparation for Island or National secondary school championships or tournaments. 14. LEVELS OF COMPETITION AND CHAMPIONSHIP EVENTS 14.1 Age will be determined as at 1 January (i.e. midnight on 31 December/January 1) in the year of competition and unless otherwise prescribed by an individual code, the levels shall be: Junior: Years 9 & 10 only Senior: Years 11-14 [and Under 19] 14.2 In CSW sanctioned individual Championship or Tournament events, unless specified otherwise in the entry conditions, Junior Tournaments are for year 9 and 10 students only (plus the Year 7 & 8 waiver in 14.3), and Senior Tournaments are for Year 11-14 students only. 14.3 Composite Schools with year 7 & 8 students may include students from those year levels in any CSW sanctioned competition. Such students need to be identified on team lists as Y7 or Y8 14.4 Schools should note that not all NSO’s or body’s delivering a secondary school event at a national or island level allow Year 7 & 8 students involvement. In such cases Year 7 & 8 students should be excluded from any qualifying activity for such tournaments or events. 14.5 In consultation with CSW, other age, year level or weight groupings may be specified by some codes. 15. PROMOTION – RELEGATION Unless prescribed otherwise by any CSW sanctioned code, the protocols for promotion – relegation shall be: 15.1 Grades at the start of a season shall be constituted based on rankings at the end of the previous season. 15.2 The bottom team in any grade will be relegated and replaced by the top team in the grade immediately below it. 15.3 Some codes (e.g. Basketball & Football) may additionally have mid season promotion-relegation. 15.4 If team entries required to fill any top grade quota are not met, CSW reserves the right to promote teams from the next listed grade (based on the previous season’s ranking) to fill these vacancies. 15.5 CSW reserves the right, in consultation with schools, to consider any application for a variation to these protocols. 16. TEAM REGISTRATION LISTS & TEAM COMPOSITION 16.1 Students may only be officially registered in one team per code. 16.2 Any student who plays, in whatever capacity, three matches for a team other than that they are officially registered in, is then deemed to have moved teams and should then be re-registered in their new team. If they wish to return to their original team, the convenor of that code must on the student’s behalf, apply to CSW for a regrading before they can return to their original team. Any such regrading requests must be received at least 4 competition matches prior to any Semi Final or Final. [See also 3.4] 16.3 All member schools should note the criteria for Premier team selection and are required to submit to CSW on the official Team Registration Form no later than 1 week after the commencement of that code’s competition, a schedule of all team personnel including: student’s full name, date of birth, year level and the year they enrolled at that school. All “Non resident” students, should be identified [NR]; and students “new to a school”, as prescribed in rule 3, should be identified [NS] 16.4 All member schools participating in other CSW sanctioned sports - competitions in grades below Premier level - are required to present a list of all their teams – student name, date of birth and year level, no later than 2 weeks after the commencement of that code’s competition. 16.5 Failure to supply such lists may result in the forfeiture of competition points from games played where no such lists are available by the time requested. 16.6 Corrections, additions and deletions to team lists are to be submitted to CSW on an updated team list BEFORE such players can play for their “new” team. 16.7 Unless specified otherwise or an exemption granted in writing approved by CSW, the composition of all CSW sanctioned codes shall be gender based. 16.8 Schools may on behalf of an individual, make a written submission with supporting evidence requesting a variation to this [16.7]. In this respect, the determination of CSW shall be absolute. 17. DEFERRALS . Any competition match may only be deferred if: 17.1 CSW approves such a request being asked of another school. 17.2 The request is made at least 2 weeks prior to the scheduled fixture. 17.3 The rescheduled game is to be played within the week of that round of scheduled competition. 17.4 There is mutual agreement between the two schools. 17.5 If there is no agreement or approval is not granted by CSW, then the school seeking to reschedule the fixture can either play at the time published on the draw or default. 17.6 Unless there are extenuating circumstances, neither Semi Final nor Final matches shall be deferred. 17.7 If there are any extenuating circumstances relating to any request, then CSW will rule – its decision being absolute. 18. DEFAULT POLICY Procedure to default: 18.1 Ring at least and email if possible the Convenor or Sports Coordinator at the opposing school and CSW by 12 noon. Ensure you actually speak with the person directly – if uncertain whom, then ask for the Sports Coordinator. If this is not possible, relay the message in person to someone at reception. AVOID LEAVING MESSAGES ON VOICE MAIL. They may not be cleared. 18.2 Midweek: Defaults must be registered with the opposing school and CSW no later than 12.00 noon on the day of play. 18.2 Weekend: Defaults must be registered with the opposing school and CSW no later than 12.00 noon Friday. Procedure if defaulted against: 18.4 If you receive late notification [after 12 noon] or no notification of default, advise CSW office via email or phone within 24 hours. Consequences: 18.5 If late or no notification is received from a school, the mandatory CSW default fee will be imposed. 18.6 If non-notification occurs a second time, the default fee will apply and CSW will reassess the offending team’s place in that competition and reserves the right to withdraw it or impose some other sanction. 19. CANCELLATIONS 19.1 Where, through weather or other intervention, games are cancelled or postponed; CSW will endeavour to re-schedule such games within the competition window available and where possible on the same playing day. 19.2 At Premier level at least, all round robin games will be completed before any semi-finals or finals. 19.3 In all other grades if, after cancellations, there are insufficient playing days to play semi-finals, then the top 2 ranked teams at the conclusion of completed competition matches shall contest the final. 19.4 Given circumstances that may prevail, CSW reserves the right to vary any of these cancellation conditions. 20. DIFFERENTIATION OF TIED TEAMS Unless prescribed otherwise by any code: The process for differentiating two teams tied on round robin competition points shall be: 20.1 The team who won the most recent competition match between those 2 teams shall be afforded the higher rank. 20.2 If that match was drawn or no result is available, then the team with the better point’s differential in all competition matches in that particular “round” is afforded the higher ranking. The process for differentiating three [or more] teams tied on round robin competition points shall be: 20.3 The team with the better point’s differential in all competition matches between the three [or more] teams in that particular round shall be afforded the higher ranking. 20.4 If any of the three [or more] teams have defaulted a game(s) in the round robin competition being considered for differentiation, they shall be disqualified from consideration. 20.5 In the case of semi finals and finals not scheduled at neutral venues [as prescribed by that code]; pending the provision of appropriate facilities, the higher seeded team shall be afforded the home venue. 21. RESULTS 21.1 Schools are responsible for entering the results of all their College Sport competitions through the CSW website – www.collegesport.org.nz.. 21.2 This process is password protected for individual schools. 21.3 Individual schools are responsible for ensuring they have a process in place to ensure that this occurs. 21.4 To ensure accurate tables are available & subsequent draws promulgated, all competition results should be entered no later than 10.30am on the day following play, apart from weekend sport when all results must be entered no later than 10.30am on the Monday immediately following play. 21.5 With the exception of 21.6, if results are not entered within a week of any fixture being played, then no competition points from that fixture will be awarded and the score will be recorded as a “No Result”. 21.6 In the last round robin fixture of any grade, results must be entered within 48 hours of the fixture being played. 22 FEES 22.1 All Member Schools accept that a pre condition to CSW membership or continuing membership is the ‘Fee Structure’ established under the constitution. 22.2 In this respect, each Member School shall pay an annual membership fee as determined by the Executive’s recommendation to the AGM. Such fee shall be in the form of a per student levy and based on each schools Year 9-15 RS40 [or equivalent] March MOE roll return. Currently this is $4.75 per student. Such fees shall on invoice be paid in 2 instalments - March and August of the prescribed year. 22.3 Additional to the annual membership fee, schools’ are required to pay the individual code or athlete fees levied by CSW or any affiliate code in whose activity they participate. 22.4 CSW code fees will recognize & reflect the annual membership fees that schools pay. 22.5 National Sports Organization’s team or individual affiliation fees and/or levies shall be the responsibility of each member school. 22.6 Levies and costs associated with Island or National events shall be the responsibility of individual member schools. 22.7 Non-payment of membership or code fees of any participating school may result in disqualification or exclusion of that school’s team[s]. 23. UNIFORM 23.1 It is a requirement that all team members in any code present themselves in an appropriate sports uniform as prescribed by that code and in the officially registered colours of their school. 23.2 Playing in school day uniform or any other casual type clothing is not acceptable. 23.2 Tracksuits are not deemed appropriate for competition play. 23.3 Failure to comply with uniform standards may result in: [i] the player being defaulted [ii] the team being defaulted or [iii] team points being forfeited. 24 SPONSORSHIP 24.1 Sponsorship arrangements for member schools are the responsibility of the school and should be signed off by the Principal. 24.2 Sponsorship should be for the purpose of supporting and developing the school’s sports programme. 24.3 School sports uniforms may display the official manufacturer’s logo, the official school crest and team name/level or emblem, number(s) and any sponsors logo as outlined in 24.4. 24.4 The size of any sponsors advertising or logo, excluding recognized manufacturers logo, must be subordinate to any school branding and must not interfere or impose on any uniform numbering required by the rules or requirements of any code. 24.5 Schools should discourage sponsorship or association with companies, retailers or outlets associated with products or services, which could be considered objectionable or inappropriate. 24.6 CSW reserves the right to censor any member school if the sponsorship or proposed sponsorship is unsuited to the secondary school environment or is in any other way deemed inappropriate. 25 RECRUITMENT 25.1 No employee or other person associated with coaching or managing sport in a member school shall initiate any communication, written or verbal, formal or informal, with a prospective student, parents of a student, guardian or family member, in person or through a third party prior to enrolment. 25.2 A prospective student shall not be offered or accept any inducements other than that which is available by application to all students. 25.3 Any student who expresses a valid reason for wishing to leave a school shall not have any threat issued or penalty imposed upon him or his family. 25.4 If it is established that a member school knew or ought to have known that a person associated with the school, used undue influence on a student to transfer or remain in a school for sporting purposes, it may cause the student to be ineligible upon transfer and could jeopardize the status of the school within CSW. 25.5 Any such allegation should be referred in writing with substantiated “proof of allegation” to the CSW Executive Director who shall then if appropriate refer it to the Commissioner for determination. Updated December 2008 COLLEGE SPORT WELLINGTON BASKETBALL COMPLAINT FORM All complaints must be lodged through the School Basketball Convenor Fax to College Sport Wellington (939 1103) within 72 hours of the match From: ________________________________________________(School) Person lodging complaint: ________________________________________________(Status) Complaint concerning 1. Ineligible Player(s) 2. Player Uniforms 3. Playing Facilities 4. Changing Facilities 5. Player behaviour 6. Spectator behaviour 7. Other (identify) Match detail Grade: __________________________________ Teams: _________________________________v_______________________________ Venue: _________________________________Date:____________________________ Complaint: _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Coach: __________________________________ School Basketball Convenor: __________________________________ CODES OF CONDUCT Schools should promote the following codes of conduct with the appropriate groups. PLAYERS CODE 1. Play for the "fun of it". 2. Commit yourself to practices or tell your coach if you are unavailable. 3. Play by the rules. Never argue with the Referee's decisions – like you they will make mistakes. Let your captain or coach ask any necessary questions. 4. Control your temper - no "mouthing off", at the referee or other players. 5. Work equally hard for yourself and your team - your team's performance will benefit and so will your own. 6. Be a good sport. Acknowledge all good play, whether your team's or your opponents. 7 Treat all players and officials, as you yourself would like to be treated. COACHES CODE 1. Be reasonable in your demands on the young players' time energy and enthusiasm. Remember that they have other interests. 2. Teach your players that rules of the game are mutual agreements that no one should intentionally evade or break. 3. Avoid over-playing the talented players. The "just average" players need and deserve equal time. 4. Remember that teenagers play for fun and enjoyment and that winning is only a part of it. Never ridicule or yell at the children for making mistakes or make excuses for losing a match. 5. Ensure that player equipment and facilities meet safety standards and are appropriate to the age and ability of the players. 6. The scheduling and length of practice times and competition should take into consideration the maturity level of the children. 7. Develop team respect for the ability of opponents, as well as for the judgment of officials and opposing coaches. 8. Follow the advice of a doctor in determining when an injured player is ready to play again. 9. Remember that players children need a coach they can respect. Be generous with your praise when it is deserved and set a good example. 10. Make a personal commitment to keep yourself informed on sound coaching principles and the principles of growth and development of children OFFICIALS CODE 1. Control the game in a fair and positive manner, respecting the abilities of the participants 2. Modify your approach to suit the level of the teams. 3. Be consistent in your decisions and your interpretation of law. 4. Help players understand decisions by explaining your decisions where necessary. 5. Encourage fair play & do not tolerate foul play. 6. Remember you are there to facilitate a game, not to dominate. SPECTATORS CODE 1. Remember that children play organised sports for their own fun. They are not there to entertain you and they are not miniature "pro athletes". 2. Be on your best behaviour. Don't use abusive language or harass players, coaches or officials. 3. Acknowledge good play by your own team and the visiting team. 4. Show respect for your team's opponents. Without them there would be no games. 5. Never put down or abuse a player for making a mistake during a game. 6. Condemn the use of violence in all forms. 7. Respect the referee’s decisions. 8. Encourage players always to play according to the rules. PARENTS CODE 1. Remember, children are involved in organised sports for their enjoyment, not yours. 2. Encourage your child always to play by the rules. 3. Teach your child that honest effort is as important as victory so that the result of each game should be accepted without undue disappointment. 4. Never ridicule or yell at your child for making a mistake or losing a game. 5. Remember that children learn best by example. Acknowledge good play by your team and by members of the opposing team. 6. Do not publicly question the referee's judgment and never their honesty. 7. Support all efforts to remove verbal and physical abuse from children's sporting activities. 8. Recognise the value and importance of volunteer coaches. They give of their time and resources to provide recreational activities for your child. Team Information Player Home Tel Singlet # Other League Match Result Summary Date Opposition Score Notes PREMIERSHIPS Year Premier Boys -Pohlen Cup Premier Girls - Sharp Cup Junior Boys – Thompson Cup Junior Girls - Mayer & Toye Cup Year 1982 Rongotai College Mana College St Pats Town - 1982 1983 Wellington College Upper Hutt College Mana College - 1983 1984 Wellington College Mana College Upper Hutt College - 1984 1985 St Pats Town Upper Hutt College Naenae College - 1985 1986 Mana College Naenae College Onslow College Aotea College 1986 1987 Wellington College Wellington East Girls Wellington College Onslow College 1987 1988 Porirua College Porirua College Heretaunga College Naenae College 1988 1989 Wellington College Aotea College Mana College Mana College 1989 1990 Upper Hutt College Porirua College Wellington College Naenae College 1990 1991 Wellington College Aotea College Upper Hutt College Onslow College 1991 1992 Rongotai College Porirua College Rongotai College Wainuiomata College 1992 1993 Rongotai College St Mary’s College Aotea College St Catherines College 1993 1994 Rongotai College St Mary’s College Naenae College Hutt Valley High School 1994 1995 Wellington College Wellington Girls College Rongotai College Hutt Valley High School 1995 1996 Naenae College Wellington Girls College Hutt Valley High School St Catherines College 1996 1997 Rongotai College Wellington Girls College Naenae College Hutt Valley High School 1997 1998 Rongotai College Aotea College Hutt Valley High School Sacred Heart College 1998 1999 Onslow College Wellington Girls College St Pats Town Sacred Heart College 1999 2000 Hutt Valley High School Wellington Girls College St Pats Town Naenae College 2000 2001 Hutt Valley High School Sacred Heart College Hutt Valley High School Sacred Heart College 2001 2002 Hutt Valley High School Hutt Valley High School Wellington College Hutt Valley High School 2002 2003 Hutt Valley High School Sacred Heart College Mana College Wellington Girls College 2003 2004 Mana College Hutt Valley High School Mana College Mana College 2004 2005 Mana College Mana College St Pat's Town Onslow College 2005 2006 St Pat's Town Wainuiomata High School Wellington College Hutt Valley High School 2006 2007 St Pat’s Town Wainuiomata High School Wellington College Wellington East Girls 2007 2008 St Pat’s Town Mana College Wellington College Mana College 2008 MINOR PREMIERSHIPS Sen Boys 1 Sen Boys 2 Sen Boys 3 Sen Boys 4 Jun Boys 2 Jun Boys 3 Jun Boys 4 Sen Girls 1 Sen Girls 2 Sen Girls 3 Jun Girls 2 Jun Girls 3 Jun Girls 4 1992 St Bernard’s - - - - - - - - - - - - 1993 Kapiti - - - Onslow - - - - - - - - 1994 Petone Viard - - Onslow - - Onslow Tawa - - - - 1995 Kapiti Viard - - Hutt Internat Kapiti - Bishop Viard Kapiti - Kapiti - - 1996 Raphael House Wellington High - - Wainuiomata Heretaunga - Tawa Bishop Viard - Kapiti Chilton - 1997 Viard Tawa - - Mana Kapiti - Bishop Viard Newlands - Porirua St Oran's - 1998 Wellington High Taita - - Aotea Porirua - Newlands Mana - Wainuiomata Viard - 1999 Raphael House Paraparaumu - - Hutt Internat Newlands - Wainuiomata Qn Margaret - Chilton Marsden - 2000 Tawa Newlands - - Tawa Raphael House - Viard Porirua - Otaki Porirua - 2001 Kapiti Mana - - Rongotai Taita St Pat's Town 2 HVHS Otaki Porirua Porirua Paraparaumu - 2002 Rongotai Taita Scots - Newlands Kapiti Porirua Otaki Porirua Aotea Taita Heretaunga - 2003 Wellington High Tawa 2 St Pat's Town 2 - Hutt Internat St Pat's Town 2 - Wainuiomata Kapiti Wgtn Girls’ 2 St Mary's Porirua 2 - 2004 Naenae Heretaunga Wgtn High 2 - Taita Wellington High Aotea Wellington East Taita St Catherine's Wainuiomata Wgtn Girls’ 2 - 2005 Aotea St Pat's Town 2 Upper Hutt - Newlands Aotea Mana 2 Wellington Girls’ Naenae St Oran's Bishop Viard Wainuiomata 2 - 2006 Porirua Otaki Kapiti Aotea Newlands St Bernard’s Taita St Catherine's Paraparaumu Taita St Oran's Heretaunga Chilton 2007 Wainuiomata Upper Hutt Heretaunga Rongotai 2 Taita St Pat's Town 2 Onslow 2 Wellington East Paraparaumu St Mary's 2 Wainuiomata Kapiti - 2008 St Bernard’s Aotea Porirua Tawa 3 Paraparaumu Upper Hutt Wgtn Coll 3 St Oran's Mana 2 Upper Hutt Paraparaumu St Catherine's St Mary's 2