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Under 20 Men's National Championships in Christchurch
Megan Makes All-American
Speedy Recovery Mark
Club Achieves Two Players in Under 15 Team
May Club Newsletter
Hutt Girls Named in National Schools Squad
Hutt Boys Make Final 17
Three Hutt Women Aiming for Japan
2001 Hutt Womens Programme
Three Members Make National Under-15 Squad
Two Members Make National Under-17 Squad
February Club Newsletter
Hutt Under-16 Girls are National Champions
RESULTS: Central Under-14 Tournament
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Under 20 Men's National Championships in ChristchurchTop of Page
  10 Aug 2001, 11:28amitem # 41

The Hutt U20 Men's team, ably led by Josh Keenan, was very competitive in Christchurch and improved from game to game.

Glenn Benge commented that he was impressed with the attitude of the boys in their application within the game, their behaviour out of the pool and their obvious respect for each other as individuals and as a team unit.

A big thank you goes to coach, Chris Pennell for his commitment and creating a productive team environment.

Josh Keenan deservedly earned our team Player of the Tournament with Mark Rumble and Sam Keenan jointly earning the Most Improved Players. Goalie, Chris Naylor, was competitive against opposition 3 or 4 years older than himself.

Overall, the trip was a great success for the boys who have made significant strides forward this year.

The Team was :
Josh Keenan
Eddie Paul
Liam Shanahan
Sam Gruschow
Steve Paul
Graeme Sharman
Sam Keenan
Matt Dolden
Hamish Pepper
Mark Rumble
Nick Maarhuis
Chris Naylor
Kieran Davies

Lindy Naylor
Team Manager
Megan Makes All-AmericanTop of Page
  5 Jul 2001, 10:29amitem # 21

In the first year of a sports scholarship at Hartwick College, New York, Hutt's Megan Thomson has been named in the All-American team.

Check out the full story.
Speedy Recovery MarkTop of Page
  20 May 2001, 11:31amitem # 42

For those who don't know, prominent club member Mark Willis was involved in a serious motorbike accident some weeks ago.

Mark spent about a week in hospital and has come out with a few extra bits of metal in his arms.

On behalf of Hutt Club Mark, we wish you a speedy recovery and all the best in your attempts to regain full fitness in order to secure another contract with the Coelacanths.
Club Achieves Two Players in Under 15 TeamTop of Page
  20 May 2001, 10:36amitem # 23

For the first time ever, our club has had two of it's members selected for the national under 15 boys team.

Eamon Lui and Ben Pye will be travelling with the team the the Hawaiian Invitational Tournament in August. A big congratulations boys !
May Club NewsletterTop of Page
  20 May 2001, 10:32amitem # 22

Check out the latest news scooped by John Wootton.
Hutt Girls Named in National Schools SquadTop of Page
  30 Apr 2001, 10:37amitem # 24

As a result of a great showing at the recent National Schoolgirls champs four Sacred Heart (and Hutt Club) members were named in the National Schoolgirls Squad.

Congratulations to:

Zara Kljakovic,
Keri James
Lauren Hudson
Ashleigh Wootton.
Hutt Boys Make Final 17Top of Page
  12 Apr 2001, 10:47amitem # 25

Eamon Lui and Ben Pye are still in the hunt for the National Under 15 Team, to compete in the Hawaiian Tournament.

Good luck for final selections boys !
Three Hutt Women Aiming for JapanTop of Page
  30 Mar 2001, 10:47amitem # 26

Three Hutt women have been selected for the NZ Womens Squad from which the national team will be selected to compete at the 9th FINA World Championships, Fukuoka, Japan in July.

Congratulations to:
Amy McGuinness
Rebecca McGuinness and
Megan Thomson
2001 Hutt Womens ProgrammeTop of Page
  20 Mar 2001, 10:51amitem # 29

The womens Under 20 and Senior squads are training to attend the Senior National Champs (starting 31st May in Auckland) and the Under-20 Champs (starting 28thJuly in Christchurch).

Alberto Bertolotti, the NZ Womens coach, runs our trainings on Sunday nights with the help of our own coach, Liz Burman. The girls are lucky to have the opportunity to learn some new skill from Alberto.

Cheryl McGuinness, Womens Programme Manager
Three Members Make National Under-15 SquadTop of Page
  19 Mar 2001, 10:49amitem # 27

Well done to Ben Pye, Eamon Lui and Bernard Gruschow who have been selected to take part in the next stage of the Under 15 Boys National training programme towards selection of an Under 15 Boys team for Hawaii in August.

With three members being selected, Hutt become the most represented Wellington team in the squad - a great sign for the future !
Two Members Make National Under-17 SquadTop of Page
  8 Mar 2001, 10:50amitem # 28

Well done to Nick Maarhuis and John Shanahan who have successfully acquired a spot in the final training squad for the National Under 17 Boys team that will play at the Hawaiian Tournament in August.
February Club NewsletterTop of Page
  20 Feb 2001, 10:53amitem # 30

Check out the latest news scooped by John Wootton.
Hutt Under-16 Girls are National ChampionsTop of Page
  20 Oct 2000, 10:54amitem # 31

Check out the details !
RESULTS: Central Under-14 TournamentTop of Page
  30 Nov 1999, 10:55amitem # 32

Fantastic results from the tournament held at Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre and Naeane Olympic Pool.
All five Hutt teams topped their grades!


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