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Round 1 of Winter Activities
Welcome back to all students, parents and carers to Term 2, and the commencement of our full winter activities program. We have our first full round of co-curricular fixtures this weekend.
Congratulations to our Cadet Unit who proudly represented us at the Coogee and Waverley Council Services on Tuesday for ANZAC Day, and at our own school service on Monday.
Thank you to all students who have engaged in all training sessions this week and during the holidays in preparation for the upcoming winter co-curricular fixtures. A reminder to all parents/carers and students, that selections are not final and remain fluid for the entire season. Coaches will continue to make selections and changes after this weekend. All students are also required to reserve the fixture following their own, where appropriate.
Expected Protocols and CAS Code of Conduct
It is essential that all students are fully attired in the correct playing gear, and that they arrive at each fixture a minimum of 30 minutes prior to the start of each match.
Any student who requires leave for a weekend fixture, must ensure that a request is submitted as early as possible before a weekend. Any absence due to injury or illness will require a medical certificate.
When students are supporting the 1sts or other teams, they should be dressed in full PE sports uniform or school uniform.
A reminder to all students that the school hoodies can only be worn to training and sporting fixtures and must not be worn at any time whilst at school. The College PE jacket and hoodie are at no stage to be worn with academic attire.
All players, parents/carers and spectators are reminded about the importance of sportsmanship and respect for the opposition and officials. All stakeholders are bound by the CAS Codes of Conduct for respect of officials and the opposition, and must follow staff instructions at each venue.
Click here to view the CAS Code of Conduct on the CAS website
A big thank you to all the students, staff and coaches involved in a wide range of activities over the holidays. We had training and activities for Volleyball, AFL, Track & Field, Cadets and the Rugby and Football tour to Japan. Many students and staff gave up a lot of hours in their holidays in preparation for Term 2.
Achievements Over the Holidays
- Cadets (ATA)
Congratulations to these students who successfully completed the Adventure Training Award: WO2 Luca Patrick-Watkins; SGT Jack Ryan; SGT Jett O’Halloran; SGT Charles Thompson-Owens.
Congratulations to Jake McEvoy who won the intermediate show jumping program at the state interschools championships.
- Track & Field
We had a large number of students represent the College at the recent 2023 Australian Junior Championships. The following students competed: Evan Rowbotham; Jack Richardson; Alexander Bissell; Ryan McNamara; Asher Asher Thomasyu; Evan Rowbotham and Ricardo Zanapalis.
Top 3 placings: Men 4x100m U14 Final: 1st NSW (Ryan McNamara 1st leg) 47.22s; Men 1500m U14 Final: 2nd Evan Rowbotham 4:18.68; Mixed 4x200m Relay U14 Final: 1st NSW (Alexander Bissell 4th leg) 1:42.42.
- Australian Little Athletics Championships
Congratulations to Alexander Bissell and Evan Rowbotham who had some very strong performances at the Little ‘A’ Championships: U13 200m Hurdles Prelims: 3rd Alexander Bissell 27.86s; U13 800m Final: 2nd Evan Rowbotham 2:09.33; U13 1500m Final: 1st Evan Rowbotham 4:32.95.
- State Pool Lifesaving Championships
These students competed for South Maroubra SLSC: Ned Panlilio; Owen Lloyd-Jones; Owen Roorda and Ryan McNamara. They achieved some excellent results. Relay Team Results: 1st U13/14 Medley Relay; 1st U13/14 Obstacle Relay; 2nd U13/14 Brick Carry Relay.
Congratulations to all of these students.
Winter Co-curricular Captains and 1sts Teams
We also presented our Winter co-curricular captains and 1sts teams this week at the Winter Co-curricular assembly on Thursday. Well done to the following students on their appointments as captains:
AFL: Vasili Vertsonis – Captain; Sam Stewart – 1sts Captain
Debating: Harrison Rimell – Captain
Football: Jett McTavish – Captain; Charles Hely-Hammond – 1st Captain
Rugby: Felix Turinui – Captain; Jonas Dowling – 1sts Captain
Tennis: Charlie Farrington – Captain
Cross Country: Hugo Morgan – Captain; Campbell Groves – 1st Captain
Volleyball: Anderson Franulovich – Captain; Sean Foley – 1st Captain
Table Tennis: Lenny Joseph – Captain
Chess: Mitchell Marsh – Captain; Jamie Khov – 1st Captain
Judo: Paul Muir – Captain
Sailing: James Birbas – Captain