Co-curricular News

Senior Athletics Championships

Mr Tom Bradbury | Assistant Director of Co-curricular Activities

This week our annual Senior Athletics Carnival was held in excellent conditions on Briggs and Dunning Ovals. Over 210 students contested the five age divisions across the six field events and seven different track events in a very comprehensive program. We congratulate all students on their participation and results. We particularly congratulate our award winners below on their massive performances across the two days.

P.F.A Cup – 13 years champion 1st Elliza Moore-Kirkland Mackay 118
2nd Sarah Morris Mackay 96
P.F.A Cup – 14 years champion 1st Phoebe Sellick Leslie 120
2nd Ashleigh Jamieson Leslie 78
H.M. Green Cup – 15 years champion 1st Jessica Angus Macinnes 108
2nd Alyxis McDonald Leslie 74
Phillipa Filmer Trophy – 16 years champion 1st Makybe Edwards Leslie 93
2nd Kaysan Miles Macinnes 91
Fletcher Trophy – 17 years & over champion 1st Shona McFarland Leslie 94
2nd Chloe Wainwright Cameron 80
Cruikshank Trophy – Open Girls 1500m   Shona McFarland Leslie  
Dorothy Hamilton Trophy – Senior Girls – Sprint Champion   Chloe Wainwright Cameron  
Gail Imhoff Trophy – Senior Girls – Field Events Champion   Chloe Wainwright Cameron  
Mutch Trophy – Champion Girl Clan 1st LESLIE 927
2nd MACKAY 686
3rd CAMERON 653
4th MACINNES 502
Douglas Trophy – 13 years champion 1st Bailey Harm Macinnes 106
2nd Tanner Henley Macinnes 94
R.C Esther Cup – 14 years champion 1st Riley Wainwright Cameron 86
2nd Alec Blunden Mackay 81
Harold Marlton Cup – 15 years champion 1st Samuel Wainwright Cameron 118
2nd Benjamin Carey Cameron 108
Pacholke Cup – 16 years champion 1st Daniel Hughes Leslie 72
2nd River Taylor Mackay 52
Dr. Blackburn Cup – 17 years & over champion 1st William Gilmore Leslie 94
2nd Mackenzie Mayall Cameron 81
Phil Doyle Trophy – Open Boys 1500m   Ewan McFarland Leslie  
Godfrey Watson Memorial Trophy – Senior Boys   Ewan McFarland Leslie  
Crombie Trophy – Senior Boys Sprint Champion   Geoffrey Warren Macinnes  
Bruce Pyke Trophy   Cooper Seng Mackay  
Scott Rundle Cup 1st CAMERON 913
2nd LESLIE 662
3rd MACKAY 637
4th MACINNES 630
Boys & Girls  
Kay Reardon Trophy 1st CAMERON 26
–          Interclan Relays 2nd LESLIE 22
3rd MACKAY 16
Rosemary Grieve Cup 1st CAMERON 959
–          Interclan Field Events 2nd LESLIE 809
3rd MACKAY 728
4th MACINNES 630
Staff Shield – Interclan Aggregate 1st LESLIE 1589
2nd CAMERON 1566
3rd MACKAY 1323
4th MACINNES 1132


Following this Championship, the College Team will be selected for the upcoming Border District, Warwick All Schools, QCIS and Darling Downs Championships to be held in Term 3. Information regarding the Team will be forwarded over the latter part of the school holidays and training will be available from the beginning of Term 3, on Monday Wednesday and Thursday afternoons, with Mr Bradbury, Mr Davis and Miss Carey.


Senior Netball Results

After a slow start in the first quarter with no goals scored for the Open team, the girls rallied for a much stronger performance for the rest of the game, although they were unable to catch the more experienced A Grade Aftershocks team.  The final score of 53 v 29 was not indicative of the effort from the girls which was most admirable.


Junior Netball Results

We beat the Funky Monkeys, 27 to 20 and we just had enough players! Jekeira Major’s shooting was spot on and Lizzie Caton and Summer Jacks played out of their skins in a very professional display. Makybe Edwards does not know what it means to slow down, and she intercepted one ball after another to keep us in the game. The twins, Laney and Keely Thompson played an amazing game, with Laney making several turn overs during the course of the game.


Senior Hockey Fixture Results

In the final round before the holidays, the SCOTS TEAM finished the Term undefeated with its biggest win of the term defeating the Black Team 10 – 2 in an impressive display. Tanner Henley demonstrated great composure at the back and when called upon into a more attacking role he appeared equally as comfortable. Lachlan Nolan is developing very well and used the transfer much better than previously. Krystal Petersen returned to the pitch after an extended injury with several good touches at the inner position. Sam Bourke, Nick McGahan and Ewan McFarland were solid across the midfield. Millie Groves is firming as a potential striker after a double early in the second half after spending the first half at the back.


Upcoming Events

  • Junior Athletics Carnival (postponed) (5-12yrs)– Week 2 – Wednesday 21st July Period 5-6 and Thursday 22nd July all day including the Junior School Colour Run
  • Term 3 Arranmore Activities commencing Week 3 – Monday – Cricket, Tuesday – Basketball, Wednesday – Golf