Co-curricular News

T3W6 Sport Fixtures

T3W6 Co-curricular Programme

Rugby

Over the past weekend, SCOTS PGC hosted the Matthew Flinders Anglican College from the Sunshine Coast. Matthew Flinders brought 3 teams U13, U15 and Open age groups. The boys were accommodated in the boarding houses and this enabled many friendships to form over the weekend. The games on Sunday were played in great spirit but were tough and uncompromising.

Matthew Flinders U13 team showed great cohesion stemming from a full season of rugby and ran out comfortable winners. Hamish Swift was the best player for SCOTS PGC.

SCOTS PGC U15 team continued to show its class with a 24 -17 win. Toby Rozynski was the best on the ground for SCOTS PGC.

The Open game was a close affair with the lead changing several times. The final score Matthew Flinders 34 SCOTS PGC 32. Best player for SCOTS were Tom Winter, Mitch Mack and Charlie Brennand. SCOTS PGC looks forward to a return round of matches with Matthew Flinders in 2019.

Netball

Our Junior Netball girls have almost come to the end of their season. It has been great to see the girls’ enthusiasm for netball continue to grow over the last seven months.

There are many things to celebrate. SCOTS PGC Under 13 Junior Netball teams (A and C division) have made the semi-finals and will both play this Saturday. Congratulations girls! Your hard work and perseverance have paid off. You are all to be commended for your superb performance, dedication and contribution to the team.

We would also like to acknowledge and thank our parents and supporters. Your role greatly contributed in helping your daughter to improve and succeed on the netball court!

U13 Players: Andi Cooke, Mackenzie March, Macey Edgar, Lucy Bourke, Amelia Cook, Annabel Cory, Makybe Edwards, Charlotte Ellis, Tayah Prince, Rosie-May Proudlove, Alexandra Rickert, Mohini Sarkar, Tia Saunders, Maddison Taylor, Sophie Tweddell, Bridget Hardy, Jekeira Major and Bryoni Marshall.

 

Athletics

At the Southern Downs Carnival, Hayley Wainwright emerged as a potential future star with her age championship for the 9 years girls and her big brother Samuel claimed the 12 years age champion.

We are also pleased to announce that the following students have gained selection to attend the Darling Downs Championships on August 28th 2018:

Alyxis McDonald – Shot Put

Alerah Ross – 200m, 800m

Briana Groves – High Jump

Hayley Wainwright – High Jump, Long Jump, 80m, 200m, 800m

Harry Mayall – 100m

Samuel Wainwright – 100m, Long Jump, 200m, Multi (100,LJ, SP, 800)

Tanner Henley – Shot Put, Discus

Riley Wainwright – Multi (100,LJ, SP, 800)

Ellyse Kruger – Multi (100,LJ, SP, 800)

Under the guidance of Mr Tom Bradbury, the College’s Athletics programme has really excelled this season. There are exciting times ahead for this co-curricular activity.

Strength and Conditioning

Numbers are continuing to rise at the early morning Strength and Conditioning sessions. Gym Supervisor, Cahal Davis, is pleased to report that the girls’ only session on Friday is being well supported with 12 girls participating last Friday.