From the Secondary Sport Coordinator

From the Secondary Sport Coordinator

Ms Meg Henderson
Secondary Sport Coordinator

Winter Sport Wrap Up

Term 2/3 Secondary Sport comes to an end this weekend, with play-off finals to take place across netball, badminton and soccer. AFL teams also competed in play-off finals this week, with our Senior girls coming up against Cabra on Wednesday afternoon for the B-grade grand final. It was a hard-fought game, and our girls played their signature, pressure-style footy to give a stacked Cabra team a real run for their money. In the end, it was Cabra who were able to capitalise on their forward opportunities and take out the win. We are so proud of the girls’ efforts and thankful for the support of coach Mr Michael Heath year in and year out.

We wish all of our teams good luck for their games tomorrow, particularly those playing off for a premiership. A reminder that all teams are expected at games 20 minutes prior to match start time to get a good warm up in.

Intercollegiate Netball – 14 August

On Monday 14 August, St Aloysius College hosted the first Intercollegiate match against Kildare College. This was the first time the two schools have come together for an event like this, and being the first of it’s kind the schools agreed a Netball Game would be a great kick-off to hopefully a long-standing tradition in years to come.

Year 12 students from both schools came along to spectate, support and cheer on their schools. The atmosphere was electric! In the end Kildare proved too strong for our girls, winning by a convincing 20-point margin. We look forward to evolving the intercollegiate competition next year and adding a wider variety of sports to the playing calendar. We congratulate both teams on their conduct, teamwork and skill.

Term 4 Sport Nominations

Nominations for Term 4 sport are now open!
Online nomination and payment close Friday 25 August 2023 (end of Week 5). 

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Sporting Spotlight – Short Course State Championships

Several St Aloysius College students recently competed in the State Short Course Championships. Claire Borgmeyer, Diana Rezaei, Lucinda Lugg, Lavender McMahon & Amelia Williams were amongst some of the talented SA swimmers at the event, who all achieved great milestones on the day including medals, PBs and national qualifying times.