Celebrating Outstanding Achievements at Winter Tournament Week

Friday 8th September 2023

Our boys had an incredible time during Winter Tournament week, and their performances were outstanding. This week of intense sporting competition showcased their athletic prowess and unwavering dedication to representing our school with pride. We want to extend our heartfelt appreciation to the dedicated staff and parents who played an instrumental role in making this event possible. Your commitment, tireless efforts, and endless support drove the success our boys achieved during this memorable week. Winter Tournament week is a testament to the power of teamwork and the spirit of sportsmanship that defines our school community. It's a time when our boys compete, forge lasting friendships, and create cherished memories that will stay with them for a lifetime. As we reflect on the remarkable achievements of our students and the collaborative efforts of our staff and parents, we can't help but feel immense pride in our school community. Thank you all for your unwavering support, and congratulations to our boys for their exceptional performances. Together, we continue to nurture a culture of excellence in sports and camaraderie at our school.

John McGlashan College Updates for Winter Tournament Week 2023

Junior Basketball was 8th out of 16 At SISS Jun Bball A Grade comp in Dunedin

St Kevin's College 34 – 54 John McGlashan

John McGlashan Juniors 45 - 58 Timaru Boys High School

John McGlashan Juniors 75 - 72 St Bede's College

ChCh Boys High School 73 - 68 John McGlashan

Waitaki 54 - JMC 43

Lost to Rolleston

Lost to Burnside in Playoff for 7th and 8th

Senior Basketball SISS Zone 4 AA Prems in Dunedin

Lost Cashmere

Lost Nelson

Won 73-64 Waitaki Boys

Lost Timaru Boys

Won Christchurch Boys

Lost to Rangiora

Won vs Southland Boys

Finished 15th out of 24 which is the best we have done for a few years

Hockey 1sts - Rankin Cup in Wellington

8-1 Win against Rathkeale College

5-1 Win against Taradale High School

4-1 Win JMC 1st XI v St Kentigern's 1st XI

3-0 Loss JMC 1st XI v St Bede's 1st XI

3-0 Loss Westlake 1st XI

4-0 Win HIBS 1st XI

Won HBHS to finish 14th in NZ JMC has come along way in last eight years when we finished about 90th in NZ

Hockey 2nds - 7th Galletly Cup - Stratford

0-4 Loss JMC 2nd XI v New Plymouth 2nd XI

2-1 Win JMC 2nd XI v Wellington College 2nd XI

Won 8-1 JMC 2nd XI v Marlborough 2nd XI

Won 8-1 Marlborough 2nd XI

Won 6-1 Tauranga Boys

Finished in 7th spot

Football 1sts - 3rd Place - Nelson

Jim Wishart Tournament - Saxton Fields, Nelson Wishart Tournament

CBHS Won 3-0

Wakatipu Won HS 3-0

Rolleston Won 6-1

Lincoln Won 2-1

Won vs. Garin College

Whanganui Lost in Penaty shot out


3rd place overall

Golf - Pleasant Point Golf Club

10/19 at Nationals

Rugby U15 Hurricanes Comp in Wellington

Lost to Kelston 49-7

Won vs Ronotai 50-12

Lost St Thomas 30-21

Lost Gisbourne Boys 28-12

Lost St Thomas 28-26

Finished 8th

Ice Hockey - South Island Secondary Schools in Dunedin

Wakatipu Gold Lost 6-4

MacKenzie Combined Won 4-1

Wakatipu Gold Won 10-3

Win Semis

Won Finals vs Wakatipu Gold - South Island Champs.