Interchanges

Taieri College has a proud interchange tradition with the following schools.
South Otago High School - Summer and Winter
James Hargest High School - Winter
Central Southland College - Cricket
Kavanagh College  Dunedin- Year 7 & 8 
Longford Intermediate Gore - Year 7 & 8

SOUTH OTAGO HIGH SCHOOL - SUMMER 2018

This year Taieri College travelled to South Otago on a sunny day in April.  We played Softball, Touch, Tennis, Volleyball, Cricket and Theatre Sports.  Taieri came away with the overall Victory with a win in Softball, Tennis and Volleyball.  We had narrow loss in cricket losing to South Otago on the 2nd to last ball.  Touch saw an epic battle with 6 games played and three draws, 2 losses and 1 win. Theatre sports also ran a close 2nd.  Well done to all those that competed.  We look forward to defending our title on the Taieri Plains in 2019.

SOUTH OTAGO HIGH SCHOOL - WINTER 2018

Due to us having a number of sports as part of our annual winter exchange we decided to have the Senior Sports at Taieri College and Junior Sports at South Otago High School.  We were very lucky that a frosty start meant a nice sunny day to play sport. In the rugby games we had an agonising loss by one point in the clash of the first XV.  The juniors also had a big encounter with our Under 15 teams losing and our Under 14 team winning.  Football Taieri College showed its dominance with a clean sweep of all 3 games and some lovely goals being scored.  Netball had 6 games to get through and Taieri College won 4 games with our 10A team losing by that niggly 1 point and our Senior B also having a narrow loss.  Hockey was played in a the McMillan Turf and ended up a draw with both schools winning a game each.  Our senior Basketball teams piled on the pressure by both having good wins in the boys and girls games.  Badminton and Theatre Sports both conceded to our Southern Neighbours on the day.  Overall Taieri College won the interchange 11 games to 7.  Counting down to next time!

Thanks to Coaches and Umpires for giving up their time to come and officiate. We appreciate your support.
JAMES HARGEST HIGH SCHOOL - TERM 3 2018