​​​​​​​Sport at NGHS

The latest information on trial dates and sports offered for 2024 can be found on the NGHS Instagram Page nghs_sports


  • 13th February - School Swimming Champs
  • 8th March - School Athletics Champs
  • 18th - 22nd March  Summer Tournament
  • 7th May - School Cross Country Champs
  • 17th May - Tauranga Girls' College Exchange  at Taupo
  • 20th June - Palmerston North Girls' Exchange at NGHS
  • 2nd - 6th September - Winter Tournament

How to sign up for sport at NGHS

  1. Fill out the Registration of Interest Form by clicking on the above blue box and tick all sports you are interested in finding out more about. (Open from 1 Jan 2024)
  2. Further information or trial sign up forms will be sent via email during the year.

Additional areas to go to find out about sport

  • School notices
  • School Assembly
  • School Gym noticeboard
  • NGHS Sport Instagram  @nghs_sport​​​​​​​


At Napier Girls' High we offer the following sports... Select a code for information about dates, schedules, training and games!

At Napier Girls' High School we have a long and proud tradition of excellence in sport. 

Despite the recent challenges, in 2023 we had many Napier Girls' High School students selected to represent various regional teams, and 18 who were selected into national squads or achieved nationally.

Current NGHS Students 2023​​​​​​​

In 2023, Graecyn Parahi made the New Zealand U16 Basketball team and travelled to Jordan in July to compete in the FIBA Asian Championships.

Grace Henricksen was selected for the Junior Paddle Ferns (U21) to play in the Oceania Champs in Dec 2023.

Wikitoria Tamati toured the USA with the Junior White Sox, in July 2023.

Meg Ronberg was selected for the NZU18 Canoe Polo team to play in the Oceania Champs in Dec 2023.

Isla Cleall-Harding made the NZU16 Football Ferns to play in the OFC U16 Women's Championship in Tahiti.

Lily & Poppy Tarrant were selcted for the NZ U18 Mounted Games team to travel to Dubai to compete at the Worlds in Dec.

Previous NGHS Students

Sisters Hannah (debuted 2023) and Kaitlin Cotter (2022) for the Black Sticks NZ hockey. 

Kimiora Poi - Silver Ferns Player and Captain of the Tactix in 2023.

Josie Trousdell (née Stockill) bebuted for the Tall Ferns on the tour of China in 2014

Renee Baarspul - 3 gold medals in weightlifting at the Pacific Games 2023

Parris Petera has been signed to the Te Wānanga o Raukawa Pulse for 2024!

Charlotte Lancaster played football for NZ U20 in 2022 & is contracted Wellington Phoenix FC

For more information contact Mj Durkin, Head of Sport