Category: Stockley Cup

  • Stockley Cup and Dunsheath Plate 2014

    The Stockley Cup and Dunsheath Plate Public Speaking competitions were held on Monday 23 June at Samuel Marsden Collegiate, with nine speakers competing in the junior section for the Dunsheath Plate, and thirteen speakers in the senior section for the Stockley Cup. The competition grows every year, with this year’s being the largest Stockley Cup and Dunsheath […]

  • Intercollegiate Debating – Full List of Results for 2010

    Here is a full list of the results in intercollegiate debating and public speaking events this year. Premier A Grade for the Henning Cup Winners: Sacred Heart College Runners-Up: Scots College Premier B Grade for the Fred McComish Trophy Winners: Chilton St James School Runners-Up: Tawa College Senior Certificate Grade for the Rennie Cup Winners: […]

  • Stockley Cup 2010

    The Stockley Cup Public Speaking competition was held on Wednesday 20 October at Samuel Marsden Collegiate School, with six speakers competing in the junior section for the Dunsheath Plate, and seven speakers in the senior section for the Stockley Cup. The range of speech topics varied from racism, domestic abuse, mothers, war crimes, and a […]

  • Stockley Cup 2009 Results

    This evening the Stockley Cup public speaking competition was held at Turnbull House, with junior students competing for the Dunsheath Cup and senior students for the Stockley Cup. The competition was adjudicated by Rosemary Dixon (life member of the WSU) and David Dewar, a former champion schools debater. In the junior section the following prizes […]

  • Stockley Cup – SHC and Wellington College take the spoils

    The Stockley Cup prepared speaking competition was held tonight at Turnbull House. Six speakers entered in the junior competition, and five entered the senior competition. The runners-up in the Junior competition were: 3rd: Stephen Petris – Scots College 2nd: Rayhan Langdana – Wellington College And the winner of the Dunsheath Trophy for the best junior speech was […]