TGHS Maadi Cup Squad
They say success doesn't come without a lot of effort and pain and nowhere is this more exemplified than with Timaru Girls High School's 2014 Maadi Cup Rowing Team. Training for this event began way back in September 2013 and continued unabated to the Maadi Cup event in March 2014.
Maadi Cup Rowing Gold for TGHS Team
The Timaru Girls’ Under 16 Quad (consisting of Tarina Crampton, Tayla Brown, Michaela Watt, Madison Gillespie and Brooke Clemett (cox)) with the training and guidance of their coaches Dan Kelly and Aleeshia Wilson, became the National Secondary Schools Under 16 Quad champions and winners of the Bethlehem cup by 0.42 seconds over their rivals in the 2014 Maadi Cup held on Lake Ruataniwha near Twizel. This is another special moment in Timaru Girls' High Schools fine sporting tradition and ranks right up there amongst the best with it being our first ever national Rowing Title! As any rowing competitor will tell you that success at this level is only achieved through a lot of hard work and pain so congratulations to all our rowers on a very successful Maadi Cup.
TGHS Board of Trustees Governance Manual
Christchurch OGA News and Calendar
Helen McCaul, President of the Christchurch Branch of Timaru Girls High Old Girls Association has provided us with the Associations list of events for 2013 and a very newsy April newsletter. It is pleasing to read of the comraderie and friendships, that were formed through their high school years, continuing on long after High School has become a distant fond memory for some.
Many thanks Helen
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Timaru Girls' High School Chorale won the Isabel Chetwin Cup for the most improved Choir at the Big Sing held in Dunedin on Wednesday 18 June 2014. Along with this award our Teacher in Charge of Music, Suzanne White, was awarded a $500 conductors award to attend a chorale conference. We are extremely proud of our Chorale.