Please join us on Wednesday evening to help celebrate the sporting achievements of our students.
Silver Fern, Canterbury Tactix/Northern Mystics
Erikana is an ex-student of Mount Albert Grammar, and her skills on the netball paved her way for selection in the Northern Mystics Netball Team. She made the move from Auckland to Christchurch in 2015, the regular court time with the Mainland Tactix throughout 2015-2018 helped Pedersen, which was recognized with her inclusion in the Silver Ferns Development squads of 2016, 2017 and 2018. A winner with the NZU21 team at the 2013 Netball World Youth Cup in Scotland, she also played for the FAST5 Ferns in 2017. Erikana made her debut for the Silver Ferns in 2018 against the Australian Diamonds. Erikana’s 2019 was cut short, rupturing her anterior cruciate ligament in the early part of the season forcing a full year out of competition and a gruelling rehabilitation process. Away from the netball court, Erikana is an academic, having completed her Bachelor in Business, majoring in Accounting.
Samoan Netball International
Seiafi (Afi), is also an ex-student of Mount Albert Grammar, a late bloomer to the netball scene, Afi has been fortunate to have been a part of the national Samoan Netball team since 2017. Where she has taken part in three tours, which include Scotland, Wales and the Oceania qualifiers. In addition, she has also competed in her very first Netball World Cup (held in Liverpool earlier this year). Like Kana, away from the netball court, Afi has had success in the academics field, having completed her Bachelor of Health Science, Majoring in Population Health.