There were eight schools who participated from this cluster with a total of 18 teams entered. Congratulations to Te Aroha College 1 who placed first followed by Katikati College 1 in second place and Waihi College placing third. Thank you to the staff, volunteers and referees for your commitment, positivity, passion and resourcing for the day.
 
The second event on the calendar for Term 4 was the Junior Volleyball Tournament hosted by Katikati College. All teams displaying great sportsmanship and enjoyed a fun filled day. Congratulations to Katikati College A for winning the Girls section followed by Mercury Bay Area School in second place and Katikati College B in third place. Mercury Bay Area School won the boys section followed by Katikati College in second place and Waihi College in third place.

Thames Valley Secondary Schools cluster events

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