Whilst most of us were enjoying the sunshine, sleep-ins and lazy days to begin our school holidays, two of our Secondary sports stars were sweating it out whilst competing at the NSW All Schools Athletics Carnival held in Sydney’s Olympic Park. Montana Monk competed in two events on the day, with incredible success. Montana won the 16 yr old girls 800m in a time of 2:08.24. Not only was this a meet record, but it is the third fastest 800m ran of all time at this event! Her next race saw her win the 16yrs 1500m in a time of 4:30.30. Congratulations on your amazing success Montana. Ryan Bonham competed in the 14 yrs 3km walk, for which he won in a time of 14:04.00. Congratulations on your amazing achievement Ryan!! As the National Athletics Carnival was cancelled due to COVID, both students were selected in the honorary NSW All School Athletics Team for 2020.
In other Sports news, Secondary have been busy making their sport choices for Term 1, eager to attend Surfing, Ice Skating, Genesis Fitness, Ocean Bath Swimming, Volleyball and College Sport. These sports will begin next week, Wednesday 10 February.
Primary have been enjoying participating in sports that build teamwork, communication and social skills. It has been great witnessing their engagement with the activities and skills development. We look forward to our Cricket Program starting in Week 4, for students in Year 1-6.
You would have received an email about College Netball Registrations from Mr Cruickshank. If you have not registered yet, please do so shortly, as we look forward to nominating teams for the Newcastle competition.
A friendly reminder that the College Swimming Carnivals are on in Week 4, at Wallsend Pool. More communication will come shortly in regards to whether spectators are allowed to attend the event.
Secondary Swimming Carnival – Wednesday, 17 February
Primary Swimming Carnival – Thursday, 18 February
Infants Swimming Carnival (Novelties and small races) – Friday, 19 February.
College Sport Coordinator