Six Cook Island Junior badminton players will represent their schools and their country at this year’s Anchor Association of Intermediate and Middle Schools (AIMS) Games International sporting championships from September 10-15 in Tauranga, New Zealand.
In contention for the top spot in the Prime Foods Mixed Social League volleyball, team Kangahua’s winning streak came to an end during Round 11 games when Goofam beat them by eight points.
The best performing golfers in the Palm Grove sponsored net tournament played over three weekends were veterans Murray McDonald and Taiora Henry.
The Cook Islands Aere Moe Jiu Jitsu team will be the only Pacific Island team to compete in the New Zealand Grappler tournament in Auckland in October.
Two young Cook Islands boys were the toast of the tennis scene earlier this week after being presented with their winners’ medals for their achievements at the Pacific Oceania Junior Championships.