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Resources to keep Secondary School Students Active

Resources to keep Secondary School Students Active

 

RESOURCES TO KEEP SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS ACTIVE

This document is a collaboration between Sport NZ, School Sport NZ and the RSD Network with information drawn from a wide range of Sporting Organisations resources. 

 #tssatrickshot challenge

#tssatrickshot challenge

#TSSSA TRICKSHOT CHALLENGE

TSSSA Suspends the remainder of Term 1 Events

 

Taranaki Secondary Schools Sports Association wish to advise that all Taranaki Secondary Schools Sports Association (TSSSA) events are suspended until the end of Term 1, 2020. 

First Gas partners with Secondary School Sport

First Gas partners with Secondary School Sport

First Gas partners with secondary school sport

2019 Future Champions Announced

2019 Future Champions Announced

Swimming and Surf Life Saving superstar Sasha Reid and devoted rugby player Blair Murray are amongst the Future Champions selected for the 2019 programme.
Now in its thirteenth year, the Future Champions Programme is designed to give outstanding Taranaki secondary school athletes the opportunity to be the best they can be.
 
The group of ten selected athletes represent a range of individual and team sports, from road cycling and swimming, to rugby and volleyball.
This year’s selection includes swimming and surf life saving star Sasha Reid, now in her third year of the programme. Sasha recently returned from the World Surf Life Saving Championships in Adelaide, Australia where she was a member of the NZ Junior Black Fins and medaled in both individual and team events, with the Junior Black Fins taking out the World Championship. She is also a national title holder in both sports across multiple events, and holds several Taranaki records in swimming and surf life saving.
Sasha is joined by three second-year champions – surf lifesaver Claudia Kelly, volleyballer Keegan Joe, and Jacob Kneepkens who specialises in rugby.
Six newbies have also been selected this year, they include:
 
Blair Murray (NPBHS) Rugby
Caitlin O’Connell (SHGC) Basketball
Fletcher Moles (NPBHS) Canoe Racing
Henri Lehrke (FDMC) Road Cycling
Lucy North (NPGHS) Swimming and Surf Life Saving
Tom Butland (NPBHS) Surfing
 
Sport Taranaki & TSSSA are excited to announce the 2019 Future Champions.
 
The programme, coordinated and run by Sport Taranaki and the Taranaki Secondary School Sports Association - TSSSA, starts in term two and runs through to the end of term three, with a series of workshops to develop and support the athletes with nutrition, mental skills, leadership and more. The programme also provides wrap around services to ensure they can compete at their best.
 
The 2019 programme was officially launched on Monday 8 April at the Sport Taranaki offices
 

Regional Sports Director Appointed

It is with great pleasure that Taranaki Secondary School Sports Association (TSSSA) announces Rebecca Scott as our new Regional Sports Director (RSD). Rebecca, who has a degree in Food Marketing and Management from Otago University, joins us from a varied and high performing background across numerous fields, including holding various roles in marketing and sales, experience as both a freelance and staff photographer (Taranaki Daily News), company director for QP Sports, an innovative protective sports clothing manufacturer, and recently demonstrated innovation and delivery through the design and build of a successful online company.

STUDENTS EARN NCEA COURSE CREDITS AT WIL SPORT NZ SCHOOLS TRIATHLON NATIONALS

STUDENTS EARN NCEA COURSE CREDITS AT WIL SPORT NZ SCHOOLS TRIATHLON NATIONALS

STUDENTS EARN NCEA COURSE CREDITS AT WIL SPORT NZ SCHOOLS TRIATHLON NATIONALS

2018 TSSSA Calendar Concluded

2018 TSSSA Calendar Concluded

The TSSSA Calendar of Events has concluded for 2018.

18 year partnership comes to a close

18 year partnership comes to a close

With the 2018 TSSSA Calendar coming to a close and the sale of Shell Taranaki to OMV on the horizon, the 18 year partnership the Taranaki Secondary Schools' Sports Association has had with Shell Taranaki (formally STOS) comes to an end. 

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