Local Sport

Smail NZ amateur golf champ

A Tamahere local and former St Peter’s student has made the biggest achievement in his young golfing career winning the 2018 New Zealand Amateur Golf Championship. Twenty-year-old Charlie Smail secured the title after defeating Wellington’s…

Local youngest Kiwi ever in Mongol Derby

Year 13 St Peter’s student Elise Stables has been selected as the youngest ever New Zealander to ride in the Mongol Derby — the longest, toughest horse race in the world. Riders cover 1000km of Mongolian wilderness…

Duo a fitness inspiration

Danny and Mel Burt returned to the New Zealand Fitness Model Search over October 27 – 28, a year after they competed in the 2017 edition, and came away with even better results than expected….

CMS Athletics Day biggest yet

Cambridge Middle School held their annual school Athletics Day at the Cambridge Athletics Grounds on Vogel St for the first time this year. With the student roll at its biggest yet, the school had to…

Local claims sailing title again

Tamahere’s Isaac McHardie has claimed bragging rights over the rest of the world alongside NZ team mate William McKenzie after the pair won the 2018 Red Bull Foiling Generation World Champions in Miami over last…

Gaze grabs second win at nationals

Cambridge mountain biker Sam Gaze defended his road honours at the Criterium National Championships over the weekend with a stunning performance around the streets of Takapuna. The double under-23 world champion pushed clear for a…

Aussies win Trans-Tasman golf

Cambridge golfer Jill Morgan has returned from a golfing stint in Adelaide, representing New Zealand in a clash against the Aussies for the 2018 Women’s Seniors Trans-Tasman Cup – the first fixture of its kind….

BMX champions of the island

A 40-strong team of riders from the Cambridge BMX Club gave it their all at the North Island BMX Champs in Pakuranga recently, with 23 locals making their finals and eight winning their age groups….

Our Champions of the Codes

A regional secondary school competition has once again proven Cambridge’s reputation of producing excellent sports people. The Champion of the Codes competition run by Wintec’s Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance, which tested athletes…

Weekend of learning for Davison

It was a weekend of learning for 13-year-old Toyota 86 driver Connor Davison of Cambridge, following the first round of the championship at Pukekohe over last weekend, November 2 – 4. Connor’s weekend was hampered…

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