College Sport Auckland Non-Principal Board Member Nominations

Nominations are now called for three non-Principal positions on the College Sport Auckland Board. This governing body is currently made up of six Principal members and three non-Principal members who usually meet approximately 8 times per year. The Board oversees the operations of College Sport Auckland and has the power to do all things (consistent with the College Sport Auckland Rules) which in the Board’s view are necessary or desirable to achieve the objects of College Sport Auckland. For more information, see the About Us and Rules & Bylaws sections of our website.... Read More

Aktive Coach Developer Training

Within Aktive’s Auckland Regional Coach Developer Training programme you will work with their handpicked trainers to upskill and immerse yourself in the role of a coach developer while moving towards mastering the skills of facilitation. As a coach developer you will be equipped to go out and deliver inspiring development workshops and provide other support opportunities for coaches. After attending the training course you will be nationally recognised as someone who can create and lead quality coach development environments. When: Wednesday 27 March – Thursday 28 March 2019 Location: AUT... Read More

Sports Coordinators Contacts

The 2019 sports coordinators contacts have been updated under ‘Sports Coordinator Resources’. You must log in to view this information. All new sports coordinators should have received an automated email asking them to set a password for their account (note: it may be in your junk mail). If you haven’t received an email and can’t reset your password, please email Read More

Water Polo Rule Changes for 2019

The following rule changes shall be adopted for the 2019 College Sport Auckland Water Polo competitions: The possession time to be reset to 20 seconds after a) a corner throw awarded; b) a rebound after a shot which does not cause change of possession and c) after an exclusion (Premier, Senior A & Junior A only, and only at pools where the possession clock has been adjusted to 20 seconds). Inside the 6m area, when a player is swimming with and/or holding the ball and is impeded (attacked) from behind... Read More