19 November 2015
Well done to the Firsts softball team: first on the ladder after their first round, defeating The Peninsula School 27-8.
Congratulations to Genevieve Ryan for winning our player of the day award for the last two rounds of tennis.
It's the last round this week for all teams but the Firsts tennis. The first round back in 2016 is Saturday, February 6. Click on the documents below for results from the last two rounds.
Jade Rose - Director of Girls Sport
Saturday, November 7 was the bye round for our boys firsts teams. The cricketers organised a friendly against St Kevin’s from the APS. Unfortunately they went down, but it was a good experience for all. Some positive results were seen across the board, namely with wins from the Thirds, Year 10 and Year 9 tennis teams.
Round 3 was successful, with the Firsts basketball team recording their first win of the season against PEGS. There were also solid wins from the 9A and 10B tennis teams. Click here for results from the last two rounds.
Cricket on the Carroll
Our First XI took on the Victoria Police in their annual cup match on Remembrance Day. Bowling first, the Blue got off to a good start, taking two early wickets. The wickets continued to fall, but this was not enough to stop the police posting over 200.
The chase began well, and the boys were in a winning position right until the end of the game but, unfortunately, the experienced heads of the police secured possession of the shield for another year.
The tennis player of the day program continues to develop. James Parkin (year 10 team) was the recipient on November 7, and Cody Treanor-McQueen, also in year 10, received the award on November 14. Both boys have won a one-on-one tennis lesson with a professional coach. Congratulations! This is a fantastic achievement.
Alex Timms – Director of Boys Sport