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Sports Wrap Up

23 June 2023


The Year 7 SACCSS Premier League Season wrapped up on Wednesday 21 June. Four of our eight teams progressed to their respective Semi Finals with one, our Girls Basketball Team, making it to the Grand Final. Our girls came up against a strong Penola outfit, and although the girls gave it their all, they went down 40 – 19 against Penola. Even in defeat, our girls showed great sportspersonship and were gracious in defeat. The loss was hard for the girls, however, we know that they will use the pain of losing to their advantage next year in the Year 8 season.

Congratulations to all teams on a fantastic first season of SACCSS. You all represented our College with such pride and determination.

Term 3 will see our Year 9 teams take to their competitions in their chosen sports. We wish our Titans the very best of luck for their upcoming season.

Student Achievements
Keira Eckley – Taekwondo

On 21 May, Keira competed in the Victorian State Championships in the Senior Female – 49kg Division. She won her first fight 2 – 0 rounds, which saw her advance to the finals. In her second fight she was sadly defeated 2 – 0. After a great learning experience, Keira ended up finishing in 2nd place.

In early July, Keira will be competing in the Oceania/Presidents Cup in the Female Senior – 49kg (Olympic weight division) and the AUS Open in the Female Senior – 46kg division in Brisbane. We wish Keira all the very best for this tournament.

Caitlin Dennis – Water skiing

At the start of the year, Caitlin competed at the Australian Junior Masters where she came 2nd in Slalom, Trick, Jump and overall. 

She also competed at the Australian Masters where she placed 2nd in Slalom, Trick, Jump and overall.

Caitlin was also lucky enough to be selected to compete at Moomba Masters on the Yarra River back in March where she competed in the Slalom event. 

 At the Victorian State Championships, she finished 1st in Slalom, Trick and 2nd overall in Jump.

Caitlin also competed at the Nationals, where she was selected as the Junior Team Captain which was an amazing opportunity that she cherished. She placed 3rd in Slalom and 4th overall. Well done Caitlin, we are very proud of your achievements!

Ms. Margie White
Sport and Co-Curricular Leader