NORTH HARBOUR TOURNAMENTS
Venue: Albany Football Club Rosedale
Y7 boys Tuesday 10th May
Y8 Boys Wednesday 11th May
Draw yet to be advised.
FOOTBALL AT NX
Northcross expects all players and parents to represent themselves, your family, the school and the community in an exceptional manner. Please refer to our Sports Code of Conduct Form for more details on our expectations.
How does Football work at NX?
The NX Boys Football teams play in mostly one-off tournament days which take place during school time. Therefore, you can continue to represent your Club team with no disruption to either team. We may select 2 teams of mixed year level based on skill, ability and experience - A team 1 and 2.
A reminder to all Players and Parents that the selection of players is very difficult given the quality and numbers of lads wishing to play here at Northcross. A player’s position in any team will be determined by the coach, manager and guest selectors and where they see the player best serving the TEAM. It is very important that players and parents are aware of this before making the decision to play. Please refer to and read our Sports Selection Policies on the School Website. All Boys Football teams will have a minimum of 2x trials before squads/teams are selected. Trials may take place before school and lunchtimes.
Important information will go up on the Daily Notices and this school website page, which may include trials, training days/times and any changes. We will also use the smart phone app TEAM REACH - let me know if you need the group code to join up.
I really look forward to catching up with you all on the sidelines at some stage throughout Term 2 of 2022. Please do not hesitate to contact me should you need any clarification on any details.
Boys Football Manager
Northcross have a proud legacy in Boys Football. We have won the NZ AIMS Football Title 7 times. In the last 5 years we were the New Zealand Aims Boys Football Champions for 2 years running 2016 and 2017. Our talented young side made it to the final four in 2018 and then went on to take out the title in 2019. (picture above). Of course we believe we would have retained the title in 2020 and 2021 if it had not been for a certain global pandemic. Looking forward to seeing what 2022 brings!
Picture below of our 2017 AIMS Champions.