Friday, August 23, 2019

Results Winter Sports Tournament 2019

A fantastic day with 183 teams participating in this tournament in Christchurch in excellent sunny conditions. Our Hockey A team and Football A doing St Albans Proud.


Congratulations!!





Hockey


1st St Albans

2nd Allenton (Ashburton)

3rd Fendalton


Football


1st Harewood

2nd St Albans

3rd Parkview







Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Weekly Winter Sport

We have had a successful and fun winter sport season without too many cancellations, our last day of winter sports is Friday 23rd August.

Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Canterbury Winter Tournament 22nd August (pp 27th and 29th August)

Our football A team and Hockey A  team performed brilliantly at the North Zone Winter Tournament last term and have qualified through to the Canterbury Winter tournament  to be held on the 22nd August.

 Hockey will be played at Nga Puna Wai  Park  ( Augustine Drive Wigram)  and football at English  Park. 10.30am reporting time with a 11am sharp start.

Family and friends welcome to come and support our teams on the day !!! draws and maps on Primary school Canterbury.

Wednesday, July 3, 2019

North Zone Winter Tournament Results

 A great day on Tuesday at our North Zone Winter Tournament held at Hagley Park, our Football A team and Hockey A team are  both going through to the Canterbury winter tournament held in term 3.
Thank you to you all for your great participation and to friends family and teachers for supporting our children.



Football A

St Albans 1st 40

Waimari 2nd 36

Elmwood 3rd 32

Football B


Elmwood 1st 20

St Albans 12
Waimari 12


Netball A

St Francis 1st 29

Elmwood 2nd 24

Paparoa 3rd 26


Netball B

Belfast 1st 27

Waimari 2nd 24

Elmwood / Paproa 3rd = 22


Hockey

1st St Albans A

2nd Elmwood A

3rd Waimari A

4th St Albans B


Rugby

Paparoa 1st 20
Belfast/St Fracis 2nd= 10
St Albans 3rd 5












Wednesday, June 26, 2019

North Zone Winter tournament Draws 2019

NORTH ZONE WINTER TOURNAMENT 2019

TUESDAY 2ND JULY 10-1PM  PP: 7TH AUGUST 9AM -1PM

The North Zone Winter Tournament is held at Hagley Park and is an event run by schools from the North Zone. Our weekly winter sports teams participate, it's a one off event where the teams play short games against other schools from the North Zone. The school team who wins each sport goes through to the CanterburyWinter Tournament held in term 3.

Rugby, Netball will be played at South Hagley.  Football will be played at Carlton Corner (North Hagley) and Hockey will be played at Hospital Corner (South Hagley).

North Zone Winter HockeyTournament draw

Information
  • 6 a-side mixed teams (minimum of 2 girls on the field at any one time)
  • Games to be played on a half pitch
  • 2 forwards, 2 halves, 2 backs (NO Kicking backs or goalies)
  • Briefing at 9:50am
    • Teams to be warmed up for first game ready at 9.55am
  • Game one begins at 10am
  • A bell will signal the beginning, and end of ALL games’
    • PLEASE PLAY TO THE BELL AT ALL TIMES


Semi Finals and Finals
Year 5&6
  • Semi finals at 11.50pm  
  • Year 7 and 8 straight final at 12:15pm


All players must wear a mouth guard and shin pads - NO GEAR. NO GAME


Each team to provide:
  • own hockey sticks
  • 5 cones
  • hockey ball
  • first aid kit


EACH TEAM MUST ALSO PROVIDE A COMPETENT REFEREE
WITH A WHISTLE AND PEN.


  • Scores to be recorded on scorecards provided. 
  • At the end of every game Referees must hand these to the co-ordinator please.
  • Teams should not use any subs during the game unless there is an injury.  
  • There is no time allowance for injuries.
  • If the final results in a draw, the result will be based on goal differentials for the teams involved.
  • Foul play or verbal abuse will not be tolerated and players or supporters may be sent from the field for the remainder of the game.


Scoring


  • Win:  5 points
  • Draw: 3 points
  • Loss: 1 point


Year 5 & 6 Hockey Tournament
Section 1


Teams
  1. Belfast A
  2. Redwood C
  3. St Albans Catholic A
  4. Waimairi A
  5. Elmwood B
  6. St Albans B


GAME TIMES…
  • Year 5 and 6 teams will play 5 minute halves, 5 minute to rest & change ends at half time and 5 minutes change over.  There will be no bell to change ends so Referees need to keep time please. Sorry but due to time restrictions there will be no half time break.



Field
Round
1
2
3
1

10.00 - 10.15am
Redwood C
v
Belfast A
St Albans Catholic A
v
St Albans B
Waimairi A
v
Elmwood B
2

10.20 - 10.35am
St Albans Catholic A
v
Waimairi A
St Albans B
v
Belfast A
Redwood C
v
Elmwood B
3

10.40 - 10.55am
St Albans B
v
Waimairi A
Redwood C
v
St Albans Catholic A
Belfast A
v
Elmwood B
4

11.00 - 11.15am
Waimairi A
v
Belfast A
Elmwood B
v
St Albans Catholic A
St Albans B
v
Redwood C
11:15-11:30   15 minute break: food/water/toilet
5

11.30 - 11.45am
Elmwood B
v
St Albans B
Belfast A
v
St Albans Catholic A
Waimairi A
v
Redwood C


Year 5 and 6 Hockey Tournament 
Section 2
Teams
  1. Elmwood A
  2. St Albans A
  3. St Francis of Assisi A
  4. Redwood B
  5. Paparoa St A
  6. Waimairi B


GAME TIMES…
  • Year 5 and 6 teams will play 5 minute halves, 5 minute to rest & change ends at half time and 5 minutes change over.  There will be no bell to change ends so Referees need to keep time please. Sorry but due to time restrictions there will be no half time break.



Field
Round
4
5
6
1

10.00 - 10.15am
St Albans A
v
Elmwood A
St Francis of Assisi A
v
Waimairi B
Redwood B
v
Paparoa St A
2

10.20 - 10.35am
St Francis of Assisi A
v
Redwood B
Waimairi B
v
Elmwood A
St Albans A
v
Paparoa St A
3

10.40 - 10.55am
Waimairi B
v
Redwood B
St Albans A
v
St Francis of Assisi A
Elmwood A
v
Paparoa St A
4

11.00 - 11.15am
Redwood B
v
Elmwood A
Paparoa St A
v
St Francis of Assisi A
Waimairi B
v
St Albans A
11:15-11:30   15 minute break: food/water/toilet
5

11.30 - 11.45am
Paparoa St A
v
Waimairi B
Elmwood A
v
St Francis of Assisi A
Redwood B
v
St Albans A



Year 5 & 6 Semi-finals


Semi Finals: 11:50-12:05
  • The semi final will be 15 minutes
    • 5 minute halves, 5 minute to rest & change ends(referees please change ends at half way) 


Game
Field
Draw
1
1
Section 1 1st vs Section 2 2nd
2
2
Section 2 1st vs Section 1 2nd
3
3
Section 1 3rd vs Section 2 4th
4
4
Section 2 3rd vs Section 1 4th
5
5
Section 1 5th vs Section 2 6th
6
6
Section 2 5th vs Section 1 6th


Finals: 12:15-12:30
  • The final will be 15minutes
    • 5 minute halves with a 5 minute break in the middle
  • Please stick to the bells


Game
Field
For placing
Draw
1
1
1st & 2nd
Winner Game 1 v Winner Game 2
2
2
3rd & 4th
Runner Up Game 1 v Runner Up Game 2
3
3
5th & 6th
Winner Game 3 v Winner Game 4
4
4
7th & 8th
Runner Up Game 3 v Runner Up Game 4
5
5
9th & 10th
Winner Game 5 v Winner Game 6
6
6
11th & 12th
Runner Up Game 5 v Runner Up Game 6



North Zone Rugby
Tuesday 2nd July Postponement Thursday 7th August
South Hagley Park 10am-1pm


All teams must be at the briefing at 10am to start the first game at 10:30am


Organisation
  • Meet between Grounds 6 & 7 (refer map).
  • 10-a-side.
  • Mouth guards are compulsory – no mouth guard, no play!
  • Games will be 20 minutes in length ta allow time all games to be played. All games will commence and finish on the bell. There will be no bell for half time. You are to make your own arrangements regarding swapping ends if you choose to have a half time.
  • There is a 10 minute break between games
  • Rules are the same as stated in CPSSA handbook. Please ensure your team coach/supervisor is familiar with these.
  • You need to supply your own first-aid kit.
  • As a minimum, referees must hold a Rugby Smart certificate. Refereeing is by mutual consent. You may wish to referee half a game each.
  • Points
    • 5 win
    • 2 draw
    • 0 loss
  • There are no Finals. The teams with the most points at the end of Round Robin play will be the winners. If teams are tied on points – the team which scored the most tries will be the winner.
  • At the end of the scheduled games please feel free to organise friendly matches.


Yr 5-6 A Section Draw

Time



Ground
Round 1
10.30
Belfast
v
Elmwood
5


Paparoa St
v
St Albans
6


St Francis
v
Waimairi
7












Round 2
11.00
St Albans
v
Waimairi
5


St Francis 
v
Elmwood
6


Belfast
v
Paparoa St
7












Round 3
11.30
St Francis
v
Belfast
5


Paparoa St
v
Waimairi
6


St Albans
v
Elmwood
7












Round 4
12.00
Elmwood
v
Paparoa St
5


Waimairi
v
Belfast
6


St Francis
v
St Albans
7












Round 5
12.30
Waimairi
v
Elmwood
5


Belfast
v
St Albans
6


St Francis
v
Paparoa St
7

















Yr 5-6 B Section Draw

Time



Ground
Round 1
10.30
Paparoa St 2
v
Redwood
8


Waimairi 2
v
Mairihau
2












Round 2
11.00
Paparoa St 2
v
Waimairi 2
8


Redwood
v
Mairihau
2












Round 3
11.30
Redwood
v
Waimairi 2
8


Paparoa St
v
Mairihau
2














North Zone Winter Tournament: Football
Tuesday 2 July, Carlton Corner, 10am-1pm
Briefing 10am
PLAYERS: Teams may be mixed. There is no requirement regarding the number of any one gender. Unlimited squads, of which 5 shall play at any one time. Rolling substitutions (let the referee know). 
EQUIPMENT: 
-Size 4 ball. 
-Shinpads are compulsory.
-Players are strongly advised to wear mouthguards. 
-Goals: Senior football - Each school shall provide one set of goal posts/poles (1.8 metres). It is the schools responsibility to bring these to the tournament and set up. Goals shall be 3 metres wide. Each school shall be responsible for the supply and set up of cones (enough for 1 field). 
UNIFORM: Players not involved in the game must wear a top or jersey over their team shirt so as not to confuse teams on the field or the referee. 
FIELD SIZE: All games are played either on: -A junior field played across each half, 2 pitches (see diagram below). -An intermediate field divided into 4 pitches or - A senior field divided into 6 pitches. 5 aside pitches should be marked out in three thirds, by cones on the outside of the sidelines. 
RESULTS: If teams are tied for places in pool play, a score differential will decide places,
i.e. the difference between total goals scored and total goals scored conceded.
A positive number is obtained if the teams scored more than has scored against them, and a negative
number if there are more scored against the teams than what they score. 
RULES: All the normal rules of football shall apply except for the following: 
1. No offside 
2. There are no goalies in 5 aside. 
3. No corners to be taken because of the time factor. Referees shall keep count of corners in case of a draw.
Play shall re-start with a goal kick. 
4. Goal kicks to be taken from goal-line, level with the goal 
5. In the event of a draw the team with the most corners is awarded an extra goal (e.g 1-1 draw.
Team A have been awarded 4 corners, team B have been awarded 2. Team A wins 2-1).
This will determine a winner for each game with the emphasis on scoring goals. That is, there are no draws. 
6. A player can only score once they are in the final third of the pitch.


Highlighted Schools are responsible for setting up the field.
 If each school could bring a set of goal posts/poles for the day these are much appreciated. 
Mark thirds using cones; remember third shooting zone.
Year 5/6 POOL A


Round 1
10:10am
Belfast
St Francis of Assisi

:

Field 5a
Elmwood
St Albans Catholic

:

Field 5b
Mairehau
St Albans

:

Field 3a
Paparoa Street
Redwood

:

Field 3b
Round 2
10:30am
Waimairi
St Albans Catholic

:

Field 5a
Belfast
St Albans

:

Field 5b
Elmwood
Redwood

:

Field 3a
Mairehau
Paparoa Street

:

Field 3b
Round 3
10:50am
St Francis of Assisi
St Albans

:

Field 5a
Waimairi
Redwood

:

Field 5b
Belfast
Paparoa Street

:

Field 3a
Elmwood
Mairehau

:

Field 3b
Round 4
11:10am
St Albans Catholic
Redwood

:

Field 5a
St Francis of Assisi
Paparoa Street

:

Field 5b
Waimairi
Mairehau

:

Field 3a
Belfast
Elmwood

:

Field 3b
Round 5
11:30am
St Albans
Paparoa Street

:

Field 5a
St Albans Catholic
Mairehau

:

Field 5b
St Francis of Assisi
Elmwood

:

Field 3a
Waimairi
Belfast

:

Field 3b
Round 6
11:50pm
Redwood
Mairehau

:

Field 5a
St Albans
Elmwood

:

Field 5b
St Albans Catholic
Belfast

:

Field 3a
St Francis of Assisi
Waimairi

:

Field 3b
Round 7
12:10pm
Paparoa Street
Elmwood

:

Field 5a
Redwood
Belfast

:

Field 5b
St Albans
Waimairi

:

Field 3a
St Albans Catholic
St Francis of Assisi

:

Field 3b
Round 8
12:30pm
Mairehau
Belfast

:

Field 5a
Paparoa Street
Waimairi

:

Field 5b
Redwood
St Francis of Assisi

:

Field 3a
St Albans
St Albans Catholic

:

Field 3b
Round 9
12:50pm
Elmwood
Waimairi

:

Field 5a
Mairehau
St Francis of Assisi

:

Field 5b
Paparoa Street
St Albans Catholic

:

Field 3a
Redwood
St Albans

:

Field 3b


Year 5/6 POOL B


Round 1
10:20
Elmwood B
St Albans B

:

Field 2a
Paparoa Street B
Redwood B

:

Field 2b
Round 2
10:40
Redwood B
Elmwood B

:

Field 2a
St Albans B
Waimari B

:

Field 2b
Round 3
11:00
Waimari B
Redwood B

:

Field 2a
Elmwood B
Paparoa Street B

:

Field 2b
Round 4
11:20
Paparoa Street B
Waimari B

:

Field 2a
Redwood B
St Albans B

:

Field 2b
Round 5
11:40
St Albans B
Paparoa Street B

:

Field 2a
Waimari B
Elmwood B

:

Field 2b


Year 7/8 POOL A


Round 1
10:20
Belfast
St Joseph's

:

Field 1a
Mairehau A
St Francis of Assisi

:

Field 1b
Round 2
10:40
St Francis of Assisi
Belfast

:

Field 1a
St Joseph's
Mairehau B

:

Field 1b
Round 3
11:00
Mairehau B
St Francis of Assisi

:

Field 1a
Belfast
Mairehau A

:

Field 1b
Round 4
11:20
Mairehau A
Mairehau B

:

Field 1a
St Francis of Assisi
St Joseph's

:

Field 1b
Round 5
11:40
St Joseph's
Mairehau A

:

Field 1a
Mairehau B
Belfast

:

Field 1b





North Zone Winter Tournament Netball Draws and Info


NOTES: WINTER TOURNAMENT  rules in Primary Sport Directory. Remember:
All games are 5 minutes each way with NO half-time break. Half time is a quick change of ends.
Teams will be penalised with a loss by default if they are perceived to be time wasting.
There is to be no extension of time for each 5 minute half (including rugby – no completion of phases
of play can occur as time does not allow this). 


Points will be awarded on the basis of 5 for a win, 2 for a draw and 0 for a loss. 


Bring an adult who can ref. 


Rules
  • As rules in Primary Sport Directory: 


NETBALL PLAYERS: 


Teams can be mixed. 


If they are, no more than 3 boys to be on court at any one time and one in each court area –
ie one in the defence circle, one in the attack circle and one in the midcourt area. 


EQUIPMENT: 


All teams must wear regulation bibs ie positions named. Both teams to provide a match ball-
size 4 for Year 5&6, size 5 for Years 7 & 8. Please remind players: No jewellery, no taped earrings,
no cycle pants, short nails, correct footwear. 


RESULTS: 


If teams are tied on points for places in the sections, positions will be decided on goal ratio -
ie the total number of goals scored divided by the total number of goals scored against.
If teams are tied in quarter or semi-finals the game will continue without stopping until one team
has a two goal advantage, to determine the winner. Finals may have joint winners. 


RULES: 


International rules apply. Years 7 & 8 - 7 aside. Years 5&6 - 6 aside. 


Years 5 & 6 netball will be played using Future Ferns netball height goal rings.
See basic rules below for 6 aside. 


Players: 


1. Teams shall have a maximum of 10 players (8 is preferable). 
2. Mixed teams-maximum of 2 males on court at any one time. 
3. 6 players on court at any one time: 2 x centres, 2 x defence, 2 x attack (the bibs shall have A, C and D). 
4. Substitutions – rolling subs and also at intervals and stoppages. 
5. Players participation time – minimum of half the total time played throughout the whole tournament. 
6. Players to rotate to ensure equal opportunities in all positions. 


Playing/Defending the ball: 


1. Players are encouraged to pass or shoot within 5 seconds. 
2. Defending the ball – enforce 1metre distance to allow player space to pass. 


Centre Pass: 


1. Team captains use paper, scissors, rock to determine which team has the first pass. 2.
After a goal is scored the non scoring team shall have the centre pass. 
3. One Centre in possession of the ball shall stand wholly within the Centre circle and the opposing
Centre standing within the Centre third. The other two Centres stand on the sideline in the Centre third.
These two Centres may enter the game can enter the court once the first pass has been made and they
can enter anywhere they like. 
4. The Centres in each team take alternative centre passes. 


Scoring: Shots at goal may be taken from anywhere within the team’s goal circle by the 2 attacks. 


Throw In Players take turns - eg if it is a defence throw-in in the goal third – one defender throws
in and then the other defender takes the next throw in.
Year 5 / 6 Netball A Grade Draw


Teams


Belfast B
Elmwood E
Mairehau M
Paparoa St PS
Redwood R
St Albans SA
St Francis of Assisi SFA
Waimairi W


Start Time
Netball Courts in South Hagley
10:00
Briefing  Near CC

Court 2
Court 5
Court 6
Court 7

10:30
W v R
B v SFA
PS v M
SA v E

10:50
SA v PS
B v M
W v SFA
R v E

11:10
R v SFA
W v M
SA v B
PS v E

11:30
PS v B
SA v W
R v M
SFA v E

11:50
SFA v M
SA v R
PS v W
B v E

12:10
B v W
PS v R
SA v SFA
M v E

12:30
SA v M
PS v SFA
B v R
W v E

12:45
Results Near CC


Year 5 / 6 Netball B Grade Draw
Teams


Belfast B
Elmwood E
Mairehau M
Paparoa St B PSB
Paparoa St C PSC
Redwood R
St Albans SA
Waimairi W


Start Time
Netball Courts in South Hagley
10:00
Briefing  Near CC

Court 3
Court 4
Court 8
Court 9

10:30
W v R
B v PSC
PSB v M
SA v E

10:50
SA v PSB
B v M
W v PSC
R v E

11:10
R v PSC
W v M
SA v B
PSB v E

11:30
PSB v B
SA v W
R v M
PSC v E

11:50
PSC v M
SA v R
PSB v W
B v E

12:10
B v W
PSB v R
SA v PSC
M v E

12:30
SA v M
PSB v PSC
B v R
W v E

12:45
Results  Near CC